Farmville Preservation Celebration

Farmville, NC
Saturday May 4
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Lady Turnage Lofts & Commercial Spaces
(3730 N. Main St, Farmville NC)

Uptown Properties is celebrating five years of renovation in downtown Farmville with a special event to benefit Preservation North Carolina!

The former Farmville Hardware Store, originally built as the Turnage Department Store (1900) and Lady Turnage Opera House (1902), was renovated in 2019 by Uptown Properties as upstairs residential lofts with commercial spaces below.

  • Ribbon Cutting at 4pm, followed by reception and building tour
  • Tour the building’s residential and commercial spaces
  • Local beer from Duck Rabbit Brewery and light bites
  • From 5-7, walk over to Church Street for a self-guided tour of 4 stately historic homes:
    Special thanks to our tour hosts, and artist and historian Roger Kammerer for his drawings.

$30 per person (includes 1-year PNC membership)

Register by Thursday, April 25!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


Founded in 1939, Preservation North Carolina is our state’s only private statewide historic preservation organization. PNC acquires endangered historic properties and then finds purchasers willing and able to rehabilitate them. It has protected nearly 900 properties, generating an estimated $500+ million in private investment. Your support for this fundraising event will directly benefit PNC’s work to save endangered historic properties throughout North Carolina.

Questions? Contact Mary Frances Wilson at mfwilson@presnc.org or 919-832-3652 ext. 224.


Thank you to all of our Sponsors to date!
Add your name to the list at the registration link above!

SPONSORS
Jaime Holbrook, Farmville Carl R. Nold and Vicky L. Kruckeberg, Chapel Hill
FRIENDS
Linda and Chris Burti, Farmville Dee Congleton, New Bern Suzanne and Todd Edwards, Farmville
Farmville Hardware, Farmville Lester Lowe, Raleigh Frances and Mac Manning, Greenville
Ole Mansion, Farmville Kathleen Rafferty, Farmville Woodside Antiques, Farmville
Cindy Wooten, Greenville