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Special events at the National Preservation Conference

 

Fun events that also provide networking opportunities add to the collegial atmosphere at National Preservation Conferences. Three events are open to the general public—LGBT-A Dance Party!, Halloween Candlelight Tour, and Speakeasy on the Circle (purchase your tickets from Indiana Landmarks). Click to find out more about each event.

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30

 

A Legacy Restored: Circle City Walking Tour

Walking tour of the historic downtown core. Repeated on Thursday and Friday.

Free, conference attendees only

 

Opening Plenary with Henry Glassie

Renowned scholar Henry Glassie on the importance of vernacular architecture.

Free and open to the public

 

Opening Reception at The Athenaeum

Friends, food and music in the Kellerbar, Kellersaal, and Biergarten.

Free, conference attendees only

 

LGBT-- A Dance Party!

Dancing, costume contest, honor to an LGBT preservationist, grant announced to local LGBT project. Allies welcome!

Tickets available to public

 

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31

 

A Legacy Restored: Circle City Walking Tour

 

Halloween Candlelight Home Tour

Trick-or-treat at some of the very best houses in the Old Northside.

Tickets available to public

 

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1

 

A Legacy Restored: Circle City Walking Tour

 

Richard H. Driehaus National Preservation Awards

Come for inspiration and to cheer the winners!

Free and open to the public

 

Speakeasy on the Circle

A party with a soundtrack drawn from Indiana’s jazz heritage. Come to the cabaret!

Tickets available to public


 

 

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