Monday, June 12, 2006

Preservation Month Review

May Preservation Month has come to a successful end. Nearly 300 people participated in preservation workshops, walking tours, forums and other activities. Ultimately, the goal of the month is to raise awareness of preservation issues. How do you think it went?

Please take this chance give your feedback to enable organizers to enhance the experience in coming years. Post your comment here or email me directly at fulmore_runner@msn.com

Below are a few pictures from various events during the month.





2 comments:

ceece said...

Because of scheudling stuff, I was only able to attend one workshop, but it was so worth it. I attended the historic home research workshop, and learned more then I could have hoped.

I was impressed with the turn-out, the organization and the presenters.

I know week-ends are extremely busy, but maybe in the future consider doing some of these workshops on a Saturday morning or afternoon, this way if people have questions afterwards or want more time to put want they learned into practice. Plus it gives some time for (most) people to get home from work.

Anonymous said...

A terrific effort, highlighting some of New Albany's great strengths. We'll turn this around yet!

Way to go!