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June 17, 2020

We have all discovered the joys of virtual meeting platforms, like Zoom and GoTo Meeting.  It's allowed us to meet despite social distancing, but it has also allowed meetings to easily be recorded and accessed again and again for reference or by those unable to attend...

June 10, 2020

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Our Commonwealth: June 2020

A Different View

When we last saw this view from Cole's Hill overlooking Plymouth harbor, it was very different. It was mid-March, cold, dreary and we had no idea it would be nearly three mo...

June 8, 2020

Our Preservation Conversations will take place weekly throughout June! See below for our topics (some are still tentative), connection details and scheduling for the summer months.

  • June 3 "Show Me The Money - Preservation Grants" - Special Guest Participants - MHC G...

Like so many, we are struggling to come to terms with what we are witnessing across the United States.  Words do not convey our sorrow and dismay at the events that have led us here, from the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis to the violent outbursts overshadowing t...

May 15, 2020

How is it possible that May is already half-way over? There is still a LOT going on in the preservation community all across the state.  We've all become a little more creative in how we work, advocate for and connect and that is a great thing to celebrate this Preserv...

May 14, 2020

If you've been joining us live or watching later on YouTube, our Preservation Conversation series has been hosting some great discussions and presentations over the past seven weeks. During some of these conversations, we have referenced documents, websites or articles...

April 30, 2020

Preservation Conversations were so popular (and we hope beneficial!) that we are extended this weekly virtual gathering all throughout Preservation Month! Here are the May dates and upcoming topics of discussion. Guest speakers and participants will be announced soon!

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April 28, 2020

Storytelling is an integral part of history. Stories teach, they inspire, they motivate, they caution.  Stories tell where you have been and where you are and where you hope to go in the future.  Through Storytellers we  share local preservation stories that can serve...