Kentucky Preservation Series: A FREE two-day training and educational outreach conference focused on heritage tourism, place making and economic development through historic preservation is planned Aug. 1-2 in Pikeville. It is the third entry in the 2014 Kentucky Preservation Series. “Capitalizing on Culture” is presented by our partner, the Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office (KHC), as well as Shaping Our Appalachian Region (SOAR) and Community Trust Bancorp Inc. Preservation Kentucky's Executive Director Betsy Hatfield will be speaking about non-profit preservation advocacy and hosting a roundtable on Friday. Learn more.
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Saturday, September 20, 2014
1782 Frankfort Road-U.S. 460 West
Georgetown, Scott County, Ky
Ward Hall is an 1856 Greek Revival Antebellum plantation home. Considered one of the finest examples of Greek Revival style mansions in the country, the building and its surrounding 40 acres are under the care of The Ward Hall Preservation Foundation, Inc. It operates as an educational and cultural center, and features beautiful decorative finishes and furnishings, one of the most intact pre-Civil War basements in the country, a garden and several original outbuildings.
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The official 4th Annual Preservation Pedal: A Bike Tour of Historic Winchester and Clark County Poster, which features the unique Preservation Pedal pennyfarthing logo and a historical ca. 1877 map of Winchester and Clark County, evokes a sense of whimsy and the soidity of time and place. This handsome poster is a rich terracotta color and is suitable for framing. It is the perfect souvenir to remember your ride and celebrate the heritage of Winchester and Clark County.
This very special poster was created by Kentucky designer, Hayward Wilkirson, exclusively for Preservation Kentucky. All proceeds benefit Preservation Kentucky.
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