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2012 NHPT Annual Meeting

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2012 NHPT Annual Meeting

Time: May 23, 2012 from 5pm to 8pm
Location: Hopkins School, Heath Commons
Street: 94 Knollwood Drive
City/Town: New Haven, CT
Website or Map: http://g.co/maps/xkuwe
Phone: 23-562-5919
Event Type: annual, meeting
Organized By: Anita Buckmaster
Latest Activity: May 23, 2012

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Event Description

Please join us for the 2012 Annual Meeting of the New Haven Preservation Trust.

5:00 – Silent Auction Preview
6:00 – Annual Meeting and Election of Officers, followed by remarks by Errol C. Saunders II (Assistant Director of Breakthrough New Haven and Faculty Member, Hopkins School) and Karyn M. Gilvarg, A.I.A. (Executive Director, New Haven City Plan Department) on the subject of “Our Industrial Legacy: History and Adaptive Re-Use in New Haven.”
7:00 – Reception and Silent Auction

The Trust encourages current members to attend and to bring friends who would be interested in learning more about historic preservation in New Haven. Reduced-price memberships will be available for new members during the event.

This event is free and open to the public ($10 suggested donation). Free on-site parking; please enter from 94 Knollwood Drive.

The Trust is grateful for the generous sponsorship of The United Illuminating Company and Southern Connecticut Gas and The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven.

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