Change happens every day in our lives, our community, and in the universe. Without change life would be boring or even nonexistent. But our past, like historic buildings, help tell our story of where we began and what to either repeat or do better in the future.
Milwaukie Museum’s next Ledding Library Lecture Series entitled Preservation: Three Experiences is Wednesday, June 1st at 6:30 PM inside Ledding Library or on Zoom.
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This Milwaukie Museum program focuses on topics that help preserve our historic places that we endear in our community and our lives. A State Historic Preservation Office representative will discuss the ins and outs on how to list and take advantage of preserving a historic building, Steve Bennett, Milwaukie Museum records specialist, will teach home research and how to find those unique stories you may not know about your property, Michael Schmeer, a long time resident and owner of an Oatfield property, will share his thoughts and feelings of living and taking care of a historic home, and a special address by Councilor Lisa Batey.
Thanks to our great partners: City of Milwaukie, Ledding Library, and Willamette Falls Studio, it will be live, on Zoom, and taped for future viewing on You Tube. Seating is limited inside the Ledding Library, so come early to reserve your seat. Please check Milwaukie History Museum Facebook page and the City Calendar for more details and links to the event.