Indiana Landmarks Holiday Open House in New Albany

Enjoy refreshments and the company of Indiana Landmarks members, staff and board at New Albany’s Kunz Hartman House.

Thursday, December 12, 2019

5-7 p.m.
Kunz Hartman House, 911 State Street, New Albany

Enjoy refreshments and the company of Indiana Landmarks members, staff, and board at our New Albany Holiday Open House, one of five open houses we’re offering around the state for members.

Our last holiday open house of the season on December 12 shows off the 1899 Kunz Hartman House, new home of our Southern Regional Office in New Albany. In buying the Queen Anne house in 2017, Indiana Landmarks saw an opportunity to bring an ailing, fire-damaged landmark back from the brink and inspire investment in the surrounding neighborhood, working with a coalition of community partners. A grand opening in May celebrated the house’s turnaround following a 20-month restoration that repaired damage and brought its exquisite details—parquet wood floors, butternut staircase, stained-glass and leaded bevel-glass windows, and historic fireplaces—back to their former glory. Learn more about the restoration.

See the results for yourself! The open house is free for Indiana Landmarks members with reservation in advance—online at newalbanyHOH19.eventbrite.com, using the form below, or by calling 317-639-4534. (Registering more than two people? Contact our Member Events Manager at 317-822-7923, cdellarocco@indianalandmarks.org.)

Feel like traveling? Indiana Landmarks’ New Albany Holiday Open House is one of five—go to one or all: Dec. 4 at City Center in Rushville; Dec. 5 at Riverside High School in Indianapolis; Dec. 6 at the Lofts of Haute Maison in Terre Haute; and Dec. 7 at the Speakman House in Rising Sun.

 


With thanks to our sponsors:

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State Representative Ed Clere, New Albany
RCS + Associates, Floyds Knobs

HBS Insurance, Jeffersonville
Don Smith and Sid Spear, New Albany

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