Be a valentine times two!
Place a bid on The Landmark Society’s eBay auction and you may win a pair of diamond earrings for the love of your life.
Forsythe Jewelers donated a pair 14K Yellow Gold .75TW GH/SI diamond studs for our Diamond Jubilee silent auction. They also offered to reset them in a 14K white gold 4 prong basket at no additional charge. But we didn’t receive the type of bid that was worthy of these stunning earrings. So we decided to offer our friends a valentine of our own!
By supporting your favorite organization you have the chance to surprise your special someone with the valentine of their life.
Tax Credit Workshop
AIA Rochester and The Landmark Society present a new workshop designed with architects, developers and property owners in mind: The Historic Tax Credit Program & Appropriate Design. Grab your lunch and head over to Erdman Anthony’s offices at the Culver Road Armory for an insider’s view of the historic tax credit programs. Experts from the Buffalo-based historic preservation firm, Preservation Studios, will present an overview of the state and federal historic tax credit program with a specific focus on designing within the Department of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation. Visit AIA Rochester’s website to register. Hurry–space is limited! AIA/CES credits available.
Tuesday, February 18th | 12:00 p.m. | $5 | Visit AIA Rochester’s website to register.
Walk the Walk February Performances
Walk the Walk: Encounters with Rochester’s African-American Ancestors is a theatrical presentation that is entertaining, funny, touching – and all based on the real lives of past Rochesterians. A free performance for the general public will be held in February. Please visit our website at www.landmarksociety.org for details on the date and time of this once a year opportunity. If you are interested in the morning school programs, contact Cindy Boyer, Director of Public Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org or 585 546-7029 x12.
RIT Student Project Highlights Five to Revive
When Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) students, Jenny McCabe and Mariah Lamb, contacted The Landmark Society regarding a collaborative project featuring one of our Five to Revive selections for 2013, we jumped at the chance. Jenny and Mariah wanted to do a feature on the pedestrian bridges that span the Erie Canal in Genesee Valley Park. Visit our website to read more about this project and to see the final results.