Whether you serve on a local historic preservation commission, work in local government, live in a historic district, or just have a passion for historic architecture, Forum will be a great opportunity to meet your counterparts and learn about preservation success stories in the Tidewater region. We look forward to seeing you in Norfolk this summer! Register online here!
Certified Local Government Scholarships: Check with your state CLG coordinator for more information.
Forum 2012 Highlights
View a clip from the film The Greenest Building that will be screened at Forum 2012 followed by a panel discussion which will include the producer, Jane Turville. See more at www.thegreenestbuidlingmovie.com.
Donovan Rypkema and the ACHP will be presenting their economic study. See the full report here: www.achp.gov/docs/economic-impacts-of-historic-preservation-study.pdf.
Rising Sea Level Kayak workshop will explore, from the water, the issues Norfolk is facing with climate change. Watch a PBS video, The Sea Also Rises, on the topic here.
Our opening reception will be a the D’Arts Center. Learn more about the center and artists whose studios you will visit, here.
The Sustainability Preservation Process & Practice Workshop will be led by the National Preservation Institute. Learn more about their educational opportunities here.
Forum 2012 week is Restaurant Week in Norfolk. Get a delicious 3-course dinner for either $20 or $30 at participating restaurants. Some locations also offer a 2-course lunch for $10.
Forum 2012 week is also the week of the Norfolk Jazz Festival!
While in Norfolk find local events, dining options, attractions and more on your smart phone at m.DowntownNorfolk.org or scan the Quick Response (QR) code.