3 YEARS, 2 HISTORIC HOUSES MOVED AND RENOVATED, 1 BIG CELEBRATION!
Preservation North Carolina is celebrating the opening of its new headquarters at the Hall and Graves-Fields Houses on Oberlin Road in Raleigh with three unique events. Join us for any or all!
• FALL SYMPOSIUM 2-day educational event at Shaw University filled with speakers and topics related to the headquarters renovation project. November 7-8, Raleigh. Dix Park and Historic Oberlin Village tours are also part of the symposium. Prices vary, registration required. Click HERE for more or to register.
• HISTORIC BLOUNT STREET TOUR & RECEPTION Get social with us and tour several of the newly renovated grand old houses of Blount Street, including: Norris House, Lewis-Smith House, Higgs-Coble-Helms House, Lamar-Brown-Arthur House and more! November 7, 6-9pm. $40 per person, registration required. Click HERE for more or to register.
• OPEN HOUSE TOUR of NEW HQ November 17, 1-5pm. $10 suggested donation at the door.Donate
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PNC 2019 Fall Symposium- Registration is OPEN!
Join us on Nov 7-8 in Raleigh as we celebrate the renovation of our new headquarters at the Hall and Graves-Fields Houses! Plus everything else you’ve come to expect at a Preservation NC event — dynamic speakers, training sessions, tours, parties and more!
Historic Blount Street Tour and Reception
Loray Mill rebirth
Center of infamous 1929 strike now a symbol of Gastonia revitalization. “Preservation North Carolina said we needed to save that mill,” said Lucy Penegar. The nonprofit worked with developers to make sure the mill building was saved in a way that both honored its past and allowed for a lucrative future.