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6A - Update MemoJuly 21at, 2010 TO: Landmarks Board FROM: James Hewat, Jessica Vaughn SUBJECT: Update Memo Staffing In June, Jessica Vaughn began work as the half -time historic preservation planner. Jessica has a master degree in planning with a certificate in historic preservation from the University of Colorado at Denver. She has been working as a current planner with the city for several years and will continue to do current planning on a half -time basis. Landmarks Board Retreat The Board's annual retreat will take place on Friday, July 23rd at the Community House at Chautauqua from 12 -4 PM to discuss issues, assess the historic preservation program over the past year, and to plan for the upcoming year. An agenda for this meeting forthcoming. Landmarks Board/City Council The City Council has indicated interest in having a study session in the fall with the Landmarks Board to discuss issues related to historic preservation and sustainability. Update at meeting. Regional Transit District (RTD) Facility adjacent to Union Pacific Depot Work is proceeding on the design of a 7.8 million dollar multi -modal transit facility just south of the depot in the Transit Village area. Update at meeting on an option to include the depot in a design/build rfp for the RTD facility. Union Pacific Depot With assistance from Slater -Paull architects, staff has submitted a grant application to the State Historical Fund for a grant to undertake historic structure assessment grant of the depot this fall. Update at meeting. Valmont Mill and Depot Architect Belinda Zink is under contract to complete a historic structure assessment grant for the Valmont Mill complex. The work is being funded by a State Historical Fund grant and completion is expected this fall Landmark Alteration Certificate application revisions Staff is continues work on revisions to the Landmark Alteration Certificate application to reflect compatible development changes to the code. Post WW -I1 Residential Subdivision Survey and Context The survey and context will be on the Board's August meeting agenda. Dushanbe Teahouse A landmark designation application for the Teahouse will be on the October Board meeting agenda. Green Shield Building Landmark Nomination Second reading of the ordinance to designate the property is scheduled for July 20"'. Pl annin g Board Calendar See attached. Stay -of- Demolition Status Summary None New and Pending Land Use Review Applications Update at meeting. Information: 2010 Austin National Historic Preservation Conference, October 27'" -30's, Preliminary Program. FIN NEXT AMERICAN CITY NEXT AMERICAN LANDSCAPE NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION' ATION Preliminary Program www.PreservationNation.org /conference JOIN HUNDREDS OF GRASS -ROOTS VOLUNTEERS, SKILLED PROFESSIONALS, AND PRESERVATION EXPERTS EXPLORING 3 Special Events: PRESERVATION TODAY —in urban and rural settings across the Keynotes, general United States. We'll focus on the conventional and the controversial sessions and networking issues that arise every day, and share the most effective tools and 5 Education Sessions: practices for fostering preservation in any community. go- minute interactive Field sessions highlighting Austin, the Texas Hill Country, and San Antonio learning for all levels Prepare yourself for a completely new National Preservation Confer- by partners and affiliates ence experience! To complement our future - focused Austin theme, 7 Field Sessions: Hands - we've planned dynamic new programs that encourage conversation on exploration of Austin, San Antonio and the and interaction, and spotlight 21st - century preservation imperatives. Texas Hills Conference features include: 11 Partner Sessions: 1 Daily general sessions complemented by in -depth breakouts Statewide and Local permitting you to focus on your interests Partners 1 Abundant interactive education sessions with lively audience 12 Affinity Sessions: participation Business meetings and Field sessions highlighting Austin, the Texas Hill Country, and San Antonio networking sponsored by partners and affiliates 1 More learning units offering continuing education credits from AIA 27 (HSW, SD, and general), APA (ethics, law, and general), and USGBC. 19 Conference-at-a- A listing of approved sessions will be online once final, and in the final Glance: schedule of program distributed at the conference. events in chronological order Two days of Exhibit Hall, culminating in the Preservation Action Reception and Auction on Friday afternoon 23 Plan Your Trip: Hotel "Nosh & Network" breaks In the Exhibit Hall and airline information Preservation Bookstore 24 Registration: 1 Mad About Mod Party on Friday night, including the live Preservation Instructions, form, and online resources Action Auction Checkout the "conference -at -a- glance" below and on pages 19 -211 WWW.PRESERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 1 TUESDAY, OCT. 26 WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27 THURSDAY, OCT 28 FRIDAY, OCT. 29 SATURDAY, OCT. 30 8:00A.M. 9:oUA.M. Education Sessions 8:45 -10:15 m _ 10:00A.M. a f — a Closing Session 11:OOA.M. a o` c 12 Q c 9 NOON O Forum Luncheon N N i C y Q LL Q O d pi I:OOP.M. Education a Erlu'eitt0iti' m Sessions t w Sessions 0 0 -6 -6 F°- C, y 1:30 -3:00 m IL 1:30 -3:00 & Z 2:00 P. M. n 3:15 -4:45 0 Affinity Y , z Events ORA Education Sessions 3:OOP.M. 4:00P.M. 3:45 -5:15 Awards Ceremony 3:OOP.M. 6:00 P.M. Opening The Next American City Salon 7AOP.M. opening Reception Candlelight House Tour Mad About Mod Party and 9:00P. LGBT Event Preservation Action Auction WWW.PRESERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 1 Carved from prairie forests in 1839 as the frontier capital of a new republic, Austin —named for early colonizer Stephen F. Austin, the father of Texas —has a diverse and colorful history that continues to guide its vibrant future. As the Live Music Capital of the World, it is home to world- renowned performers and artists. As the hub of the Silicon Hills, it lives on the cutting edge of technology. As home to one of Texas' earliest preservation initiatives, Austin continues to cherish and protect the historic cultural fabric and rich architectural past for future generations. In keeping with its forward - thinking history, as the seat of government for a state with a can -do spirit as big as its size, Austin champions its unique past to guide its future as a leader in sustainability, conservation, preservation, and smart growth, Austin offers the warmth and hospitality of a small town yet has the sophistication of a big city. It's diverse, smart, green, and unique —there is no place like it. Austin's population historically doubles every 20 years, a growth rate unheard of in other cities. Come to Austin to see how this growth has contributed to its famed vibrancy, and how the preservation community has responded. a 2010 NATIONAL PRESERVATION CONFERENCE 2 46,J60 go 44W 6- �3O 46%03 a r.. NY V 60 p ry 1 vl..I ls� D �►�O! '!. Yv ru , ✓e.uule�r!, YO YY Goat, 4A l►b _ YN3i a.0 air V Q, -job i OPENING PLENARY SESSION Wednesday, October 27,5:00-7:00 p.m. legin the conference by hearing from Paul Goldberger (invited), Architecture Critic for The New Yorker, where since 1997 he has written the magazine's celebrated "Sky Line" column. Author of two new books, including Why Architecture Matters, and 3uilding Up and Tearing Down: Reflections on the Age of Architecture, a collection of his architecture essays. He also holds the Joseph Urban Chair in Design and Architecture at The New School in New York City and was formerly Dean of the Parsons school of design. He began his career at The New York Times, where in 1984 his architecture criticism was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Criti- cism, the highest award in journalism. Mr. Goldberger's experi- ence and perspective will set the tone for the Next American City and the Next American Landscape. OPENING RECEPTION Preservation FIESTA! Wednesday, October 27 7:30 -9:30 p.m. ;%E x � Join us in Brush Square Park, just across the street from the Hilton Austin, for music, food, and drink celebrating Austin's Latino heri- tage and unique vibe. You'll be able to tour two small museums, enjoy mariachi, make new friends and catch up with colleagues from around the country. THURSDAY GENERAL SESSION Next American City Thursday, October 28 8:30 -10:00 a.m. Sponsored by the 7772 Foundation What will the next American city look like? How will preservation affect the city of the future, and what role will it play in revital- izing and stabilizing sustainable growth? Join moderator Ken- nedy Smith, one of the nation's foremost experts on commercial district revitalization and develop- ment, in a fast -paced and interac- tive session on what smart cities are doing to ensure their contin- ued growth and success. NOSH AND NETWOR IN THE EXHIBIT HALL '� Join your colleagues for a snack, the opportunity to network, to visit with exhibitors and browse the bookstore. Oct 28: 10:00 -10:30 a.m. 3:00 -3:45 p.m. Oct 29: 10 :00- 10:30a.m. Plus a special Preservation Action reception in the Exhibit Hall on Friday, 4.45 -5 :30 p.m. NEXT AMERICAN CITY SALON PoRi yM, I lY O Connecting History to 21st Century Urban Policy: Preservation's Part in the Future of American Cities Thursday, October 28 5:00 -7:00 p.m. NextAmerican City magazine NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The Annual Membership Meeting of the National Trust for Historic Preservation is held in conjunction with the Opening Plenary of the National Preservation Conference on Wednesday, October 27, at 5:00 p.m. The agenda of the annual membership meeting includes the election of trustees and such other business as presented before the members by the chairman. The slate of candidates for election as trustees will be published in the September/ October 2010 issue of Preservation magazine. V z H presents a salon -style discussion about historic preservation's role in the development of our country's cities. With the Obama administra- tion's renewed focus on American cities, is there a distinct opportu- nity to link the historic preservation and urban policy communities' work? Policy and preservation ex- perts from around the country will talk about how preservation has helped to revitalize American cities in the past and present, and how it will help achieve the urban policy goals of social equity, economic opportunity, and environmental sustainability in the future. Food and drink with a big helping of smart thinking will be served. �I WWW.PRESERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE ,3 A W. 'ad a Candlelight House Tour National Preservation Honor Thursday, October 28 Awards Ceremony 7:30 -10:30 p.m. Friday, October 29 Overlooking downtown Austin from a tree - shrouded promi- nence, the historic Judges' Hill neighborhood was first settled before the Civil War —so -named in later years because it was home to dozens of prominent judges and attorneys. Now, the inner -city oasis stands as an architectural stylebook featur- ing restored Greek Revival, Four Square, Victorian, Arts and Crafts, and Mid - Century Modern homes, among other styles, that make for a delightful candlelight stroll back in time. SESSION #STH103 —$45 FRIDAY GENERAL SESSION Next American Landscape Friday, October 29 8:30 -10:00 a.m. The growth and proliferation of alternative and renewable energy sources is inevitable, but how will these technologies affect the natural and built environ- ment, and how will we achieve a balance between the green movement and preservation? This general session will frame the issues and spark discussion and debate during panels and interactive sessions during the rest of the day. To set the stage for this important conversation, James Schwartz, editor -in -chief of Preservation magazine, will moderate a panel of experts in alternative energy and land- scape preservation. This session will be a terrific way to spark debate and dialogue with a na- tional audience on this impor- tant, timely topic. 6:00 -7:00 p.m. Join us at the fabulous Para- mount Theatre for the 2010 National Preservation Awards —a gala tribute to the best in pres- ervation as award recipients are announced and celebrated. FRIDAY NIGHT FLING ° ° E yORR,R° Mad About Mod Party and Auction A Party Partnership of the National Trust and the Center for Preservation Initiatives /Preservation Action Friday, October 29 7:30 -11:00 p.m. Whether you are mad about Mod, mad about "Mad Men," or just mad for preservation, "Don" your pill- box hats and skinny ties and come to mid - century themed restaurant The Belmont to swing the night away to critically acclaimed Austin swing band The Lucky Strikes. Enjoy classic cuisine and cocktails on the patio, then bid on the great vacations and valuable items that have always been on offer at the Preservation Action Auction. SESSION #SFR103 —$75 FORUM LUNCHEON Saturday, October 30 12:30 -1:30 p.m. Join your Forum colleagues for a festive lunch at the end of your week. Mary Means, a nationally - recognized consultant in com- munity revitalization, heritage development, and strategic planning, will provide a wrap -up of the week to keep the confer- ence momentum going —the fresh ideas, inspiring stories, and lively debates —as you head home. SESSION #AST101 —$40 CLOSING PLENARY SESSION Saturday, October 30,10:30-Noon Sponsored by Bud LightJohn and Bobbie Nau Return to the Paramo Theatre to wrap up the conference surrounded by the lyrical land- scapes of Texas and the American West. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar (invited), a fifth generation Coloradan, served as Colorado's 35th U.S. senator. Earlier in his career, as execu- tive director of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, he crafted reforms for oil, mining, and gas operations to better protect the environment and the public. Hear how he plans to promote pres- ervation of our landscapes and our cultures through the National Park Service and other services within the Department of the Inte- rior. Secretary Salazar will be followed by Juan Hernandez, a native Texan and the only American to have served President Vincente Fox in the Mexican cabinet, heading the President's Office for Mexicans Abroad. Dr. Hernandez will explain the history of Mexicans and other Latin cultures in Texas, and put into perspective their influence and contributions to American and Texas culture. Described as one of the most brilliant men in the world (Fortune 2001), named Humani- tarian Man of 2001 by Latin Trade Magazine (2001), and classified as one of the 100 most influential Hispanics in the U.S. (Hispanic Busi- ness Magazine 2001), he is known for his passion for the defense of the rights of immigrants. 2010 NATIONAL PRESERVATION CONFERENCE REFER TO CHRONOLOGICAL LIST Cr EVENTS ON PAGES 19 -, away to critically acclaimed Austin swing band The Lucky Strikes. Enjoy classic cuisine and cocktails on the patio, then bid on the great vacations and valuable items that have always been on offer at the Preservation Action Auction. SESSION #SFR103 —$75 FORUM LUNCHEON Saturday, October 30 12:30 -1:30 p.m. Join your Forum colleagues for a festive lunch at the end of your week. Mary Means, a nationally - recognized consultant in com- munity revitalization, heritage development, and strategic planning, will provide a wrap -up of the week to keep the confer- ence momentum going —the fresh ideas, inspiring stories, and lively debates —as you head home. SESSION #AST101 —$40 CLOSING PLENARY SESSION Saturday, October 30,10:30-Noon Sponsored by Bud LightJohn and Bobbie Nau Return to the Paramo Theatre to wrap up the conference surrounded by the lyrical land- scapes of Texas and the American West. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar (invited), a fifth generation Coloradan, served as Colorado's 35th U.S. senator. Earlier in his career, as execu- tive director of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, he crafted reforms for oil, mining, and gas operations to better protect the environment and the public. Hear how he plans to promote pres- ervation of our landscapes and our cultures through the National Park Service and other services within the Department of the Inte- rior. Secretary Salazar will be followed by Juan Hernandez, a native Texan and the only American to have served President Vincente Fox in the Mexican cabinet, heading the President's Office for Mexicans Abroad. Dr. Hernandez will explain the history of Mexicans and other Latin cultures in Texas, and put into perspective their influence and contributions to American and Texas culture. Described as one of the most brilliant men in the world (Fortune 2001), named Humani- tarian Man of 2001 by Latin Trade Magazine (2001), and classified as one of the 100 most influential Hispanics in the U.S. (Hispanic Busi- ness Magazine 2001), he is known for his passion for the defense of the rights of immigrants. 2010 NATIONAL PRESERVATION CONFERENCE lip la Qj 0 0 Z G a THURSDAY OCT. 28 10:45 a.m. -12:15 p.m. Building the Bridge: Preservation and Changing U.S. Demographics Intermediate SESSION #ETH102 Everyone Wants to Live Within Walking Distance: What Does This Mean for Preservation? Intermediate SESSION #ETH100 Integrating Sustainable Design into the Adaptive Use of Historic Industrial Structures Advanced SESSION #ETH1OI There's No Place Like Houston: Creative Solutions and Self- Determination for Historic Preservation Sponsored by the Houston Endowment Intermediate SESSION #ETH103 1:30 -3:00 p.m. Adopting and Using Demolition by Neglect Ordinances Advanced SESSION #ETHIOS Form -Based Coding: Tools for Sustainable Community Design Intermediate SESSION #ETH110 Hands -on Help for Historic Window Weatherization Intermediate SESSION #ETH108 Preserving Public Housing Intermediate SESSION #ETH104 ONS Re- creating a Historic Habitat Advanced SESSION #ETH109 Revolving Funds: Part One Sponsored by the 1772 Foundation Advanced SESSION #ETHRFI Saving and Preserving the Texas Governor's Mansion Advanced SESSION #ETH106 The Urban Density Debate: Good Density, Bad Density, and the Role of Preservation Advanced SESSION #ETH107 3:45 -5:15 p.m. Deco Delights and Miami Modern Buzz: Packaging Miami's Modern Architecture Intermediate SESSION #ETH112 Mixed Income, Mixed Use and Mills: Financing Innovative Award - Winning Rehabilitation Projects Advanced SESSION #ETH114 Preservation Strategies In Low - income Urban Neighborhoods Advanced SESSION #ETH113 Preserving and Promoting Public Murals Intermediate SESSION #ETH118 Revolving Funds: Part Two Sponsored by the 1772 Foundation Advanced SESSION #ETHRF2 ■ r -a_ I= _m Soft Speak, Big Stick: Successful Strategies for Enforcing Preservation Ordinances Intermediate SESSION #ETH116 Solar Panels, Wind Turbines and More: Is Preservation Ready? Intermediate SESSION #ETHICS Sustainability Begins with Preservation Advanced SESSION #ETH111 FRIDAY OCT. 29 10:30 a.m. -Noon Energy Development in Your Back Yard and on Our Landscapes Intermediate SESSION #EFD1O1 Historic Preservation as an Economic Engine: Just the Facts Sponsored by the National Trust Board of Advisors Intermediate SESSION #EFD102 Protecting Historic Resources and Natural Resources with Easements and other Stewardship Strategies Intermediate SESSION #EFD100 Rethinking How We Nominate Large Cultural Landscapes to the National Register of Historic Places Advanced SESSION #EF0103 CONTINUES > WWW.PRESERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 5 SESSIONS FRIDAY OCT. 29 continued 1:30 -3:00 p.m. Heritage & Climate Change: Strategies for Adaptation Advanced SESSION #EFD109 Online Toolkit Guides Homeowners In Making Repairs and Saving Money Beginner /New to Preservation SESSION #EFD106 Preserving African American Cemeteries and Sacred Spaces Advanced SESSION #EFD108 The Changing Landscape: From Ranching to Land Conservation in the American West Beginner /New to Preservation SESSION #EFD10S You're Entering the Preservation Zone!! Or, How to Save a Building Beginner /New to Preservation SESSION #EFD104 3:15 -4:45 p.m. Building Reuse: Environmental Friend or Foe? Intermediate SESSION #EFD113 Closing a House Museum: From Lemons to Lemonade Intermediate SESSION #EFD118 Culinary Agritourism: Eating One's Way to a Distinctive Sense of Place Advanced SESSION #EFD112 Elisabet Ney Museum: A Cautionary Tale Intermediate SESSION #EFDIII What Happens When Dates Don't Matter? Advanced SESSION #EFD107 Incorporating Sustainability Guidelines In Your Preservation Program Intermediate SESSION #EFD119 On the Right Track: Historic SATURDAY Preservation Opportunities OCT. 30 and Challenges in High- OF Speed Rail Corridors 8 :45 -10:15 a.m. Intermediate SESSION #EFD110 Raising Barn Preservation Awareness Through Youth Engagement Intermediate SESSION #EFD11S A 21st Century Vision for the National Park Service and the National Historic Preservation Act Advanced SESSION #EFD114 The National Preservation Conference's Commitment to Green Meeting Practices REDUCING PAPER USE AND WASTE by putting more program content online. In this book, you will see the full range of education and networking options in Austin, and for more detail, visit www.PreservationNation.org /conference. STILL USING YOUR WATER BOTTLE FROM LAST YEAR? Bring it along, and fill it at the water stations. BUYING LOCAL in the host city whenever possible. DONATING LEFTOVER CONFERENCE BAGS to groups that serve children. MAKING HANDOUTS AVAILABLE on the conference website. REUSING CONFERENCE MATERIALS such as signage as much possible. REGISTERING ONLINE and getting an instant confirmation saves paper. We welcome your suggestions for more ways we can reduce our carbon footprint. E -mail conference @nthp.org. Advantages of Small Duct High Velocity HVAC for Historic Homes Intermediate SESSION #EST104 The Long Black Line: How to Develop an African American Heritage Tour Intermediate SESSION #EST101 Preservation Education in the 21st Century — What's Needed? What's Next? Intermediate SESSION #EST103 Music, Community, and Sense of Place: Learning from the Texas Legacy Intermediate SESSION #EST100 Preservation 2.0: Using Social Media to Save Places Intermediate SESSION #EST102 Surviving the Disaster: When the Worst Happens How Can Existing Preservation Tools Help? Intermediate SESSION #EST1OS 2010 NATIONAL PRESERVATION CONFERENCE TO :�EVE REFER 7NTS OGICAL LIST OF N PAGES 1 2010 NATIONAL PRESERVATION CONFERENCE r I SDAY, OCT San Antonio's long history of preservation has contributed to its uniqueness. A visit to the Alamo highlights preservation efforts dating to the 19th century, and then a visit to Villa Finale, the first National Trust Historic Site in Tex- as, and the King William Historic District illustrate the push for revi- talization in the 1970s and 1980s. Contemporary adaptive use is showcased at the Pearl Brewery and the hip office and loft area known as SoFlo. Registration lim- ited to 45. Lunch provided SESSION #FTU100 —$75 WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27 Historic Fort Sam Houston & San Antonio's Eastside 8:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m. I Bus Visit a National Historic Land- mark Military Post including more than 640 individual historic buildings dating from the Indian War era to WWII and beyond. Learn about public, private, and nonprofit partnerships at a mili- tary installation experiencing tre- mendous growth pressures. Then visit the adjacent neighborhood, including the city's first exclusive 19th - century residential suburb. See the traditionally African - American hub of commerce and activity and a collection of public and private burial grounds span- ning over a century. Registration limited to 45. Lunch provided. SESSION #FWE101 —$75 S Enjoy touring the biggest and best that Austin and Texas have to offer San Antonio's Spanish Culture: Missions to Murals 8:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m. I BUS Experience two of the larg- est intact clusters of Spanish Colonial architecture, Missions Concepcion and San Jose, cur- rently under nomination to the World Heritage List. Enjoy lunch at a colorful Mexican restaurant on the banks of the beautiful and historic San Antonio River, and then journey to the artistic and cultural mecca known as the Westside of San Antonio for a kaleidoscope of Hispanic cultural experiences, so prevalent and yet blended in the South Texas region. Registration limited to 45. Lunch provided. SESSION #FWE100 —$75 All the Way with LBJ: The Texas President in Texas 8:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m. I BUS President Lyndon Johnson cre- ated a personal myth as big as Texas. This tour will take you past places where he began his career and into those where he used the lore of Texas as a political tool and wove his own Texas leg- end. See the newly opened and restored Texas White House and Secret Service compound at the LBJ ranch, his untouched private office suite in the downtown Austin Federal Building, and have a special tour of the LBJ Library and Museum. Registration limited to 45. Lunch provided. SESSION #FWE1O5 —$75 Planning Successful Rehabilitations Using Federal Tax Incentives 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. I BUS The federal historic preserva- tion tax incentives program is the nation's most effective program promoting community revitaliza- tion. Join National Park Service and state historic preservation of- fice program administrators in this interactive field session that will use an extraordinary building as a case study: the Austin Woman's Club, built as a residence in 1874, designated as a Texas Historic Landmark in 1965, and placed on Texas' Most Endangered Places List in 2010. Learn all about the program, the application process, and meeting the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabili- tation. Registration limited to 30. Lunch provided. SESSION #FWE102 —$75 WWW.PRESERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 7. Preservation Successes in San Antonio 8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. I BUS Folld r;:: ;ricers enliven Austin's culture. IONS WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27 CONTINUED Austin Bike Tour —from the Biergarten to Freedman's Town 12:30 -3:30 p.m. Bike through Austin history from Scholz Biergarten, the oldest business in Texas, to former slave quarters in the first Freedman's Town west of the Mississippi, Clarksville, founded by freed slave Charles Clark for the Governor's plantation slaves. We'll stop by the Texas State Capitol, the Pease Mansion, Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church and many other historic delights unique to amaz- ing Austin, Texas. Three hours of riding includes docent -led historic details, two 15 minute refresh- ment and restroom breaks, and a comfortable easy pace through downtown Austin. Please pro- vide gender and height in space provided on registration form for proper fit of bike. SESSION# FWE104 —$55 Austin Overview 12:30 -4:30 p.m. I BUS Get to know the other American city (along with Washington, D.C.) designed to be a national capital. Austin was laid out as the capital city of the new Republic of Texas In 1839. The region's lovely hills and valleys attracted settlers then, and have continued to draw new residents ever since. On this tour, see a creative mix of old and new —from early rough -hewn structures to charming Victorian neighborhoods to a brand -new residential complex rising from the tarmac of an abandoned city airport; from spring -fed swimming holes to Art Deco wonders to el- egant, modern parks. And this be- ing Austin, the Live Music Capital of the World"°, you'll also discover performance venues where you can kick back and have a good time. Registration limited to 45. SESSION #FWE103 —$45 Mexicans and Mexican Americans in Downtown Austin Heritage Tour 1:00 -5:00 P.M. WALKING / BUS From the 1870s through the 1920s, Republic Square in down- town Austin was the site of the Mexican community's cultural, political and family events and, in particular, the Diez y Seis celebration which commemo- rates Mexico's Independence from Spain. The tour will start in the square and participants will have the opportunity to visit Mexican and Mexican American businesses, churches, schools, a tortilla factory, as well as venues for Mexican music and dances. Tour -goers will then go by bus to East Austin to visit Plaza Saltillo and enjoy margaritas in the old Mexican American busi- ness district. SESSION# FWE106 —$45 THURSDAY, OCT. 28 Bastrop —A Distinctive Destination 10:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m. I BUS Experience small town Texas at its best, and see for yourself why the National Trust named Bastrop a Distinction Destination. Discov- er all that this community offers to the heritage and nature trav- eler: a restored and revitalized mid - 19th - century downtown with thriving businesses, riverfront parks, historic homes opened to visitors, a state park minutes from downtown, events that draw travelers from all around, and delightful people who exemplify true Texas hospitality. Registra- ti on limited to 45. SESSION #FTH101 —$55 Downtown Deco 10:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m. WALKING/BUS Discover downtown Austin's sur- prisingly large collection of Art Deco and Art Moderne architec- ture, including buildings con- structed by every level of govern- ment. Learn about the different 2010 NATIONAL PRESERVATION CONFERENCE styles of modernistic design, and the cultural and political changes that influenced their develop- ment. A bus will take participants to the starting point for a walk- ing tour covering approximately one mile of downtown Austin, ending at the Hilton Austin. (Wear comfortable shoes, down- town Austin is somewhat hilly.) Registration limited to 40. SESSION #FTH102 —$45 Georgetown Square: An Award- Winning Preservation Story 10:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m. I BUS Explore the Williamson County Courthouse National Historic District in Georgetown, featuring some of the finest Victorian archi- tecture in the state, and learn how preservation is used there as a redevelopment catalyst. George- town utilizes different tools to create an award- winning pres- ervation story (honored as the first Texas city to win the Great American Main Street Award and the inaugural First Lady's Texas Treasures Award). Tour the recently restored 1910 William- son County Courthouse and the former Farmers State Bank that is now the Williamson Museum. Registration limited to 45. SESSION #FTH103 —$55 University of Texas at Austin's "Forty Acres" —from Its Founding to Today 10:30 -2:30 p.m. I BUS The University of Texas at Austin is one of the leading universities in the world, and the design of its campus in the early 20th cen- tury both expressed and helped realize its institutional ambition. Cass Gilbert and Paul Cret laid out the original Forty Acres and designed many of its buildings. See how these buildings, and the landscape of outdoor "rooms" and live oaks, continue to serve as the heart of UT- Austin. Regis- tration limited to 45. SESSION #FTH107 —$45 Restored Courthouses of Texas 10:30 a.m. -5:30 p.m. I BUS Texas has more historic county courthouses than any other state, and dozens have been restored in recent years with help from a state grant pro- gram administered by the Texas Historical Commission. Tour several sites to see the impres- sive results of this award- winning program. Registration limited to 40. Lunch provided. SESSION #FTH100 —$65 Austin's History Center and Downtown Historic Corridor 1:30 -5:30 p.m. I WALKING Austin's four -block "Historic Cor- ridor" features a wealth of heri- tage homes and public buildings constructed between 1860 and 1933, all listed in either the Na- tional Register or State of Texas Registry of Historic Places. Visit the Austin History Center, built in 1933 as a public library in the Renaissance Revival style, the Bremond Block of historic homes, Wooldridge Square, and the Travis County Courthouse. Step back in time and savor ex- quisite architecture. Registration limited to 25. SESSION #FTH105 —$25 Austin Overview 1:30 -5:30 P.M. I BUS See description on page 8. Registration limited to 45. SESSION #FTH106 —$45 George Washington Littlefield Home (James Wahrenberger, architect, 1984) Green Makeover at the University of Texas, Austin 1 :30 -5:30 p.m. I BUS Learn about approaches to green practice in preservation settings through tours of three historic campus buildings: Battle Hall (1910, Cass Gilbert), Main Build- ing and Tower (1933 -37, Paul Cret), and George Washington Littlefield House (1894, James Wahrenberger). The tours will be preceded by an orientation and conclude with a lively question - and- answer session. Registration limited to 30. SESSION #FTH109 —$45 Pioneer Farms Living History Park —A Grassroots Volunteer Success 1:30 -5:30 p.m. I BUS Struggling under various volun- teer and government agencies for 25 years, Pioneer Farms was shuttered in 2003 as a consistent money - loser. What has happened since is a story of can -do spirit, a successful organization of volun- WWW.PRESERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 9 REFER EV N E 12 ! C AL.LISr Nis PgGEs 19 -Z F styles of modernistic design, and the cultural and political changes that influenced their develop- ment. A bus will take participants to the starting point for a walk- ing tour covering approximately one mile of downtown Austin, ending at the Hilton Austin. (Wear comfortable shoes, down- town Austin is somewhat hilly.) Registration limited to 40. SESSION #FTH102 —$45 Georgetown Square: An Award- Winning Preservation Story 10:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m. I BUS Explore the Williamson County Courthouse National Historic District in Georgetown, featuring some of the finest Victorian archi- tecture in the state, and learn how preservation is used there as a redevelopment catalyst. George- town utilizes different tools to create an award- winning pres- ervation story (honored as the first Texas city to win the Great American Main Street Award and the inaugural First Lady's Texas Treasures Award). Tour the recently restored 1910 William- son County Courthouse and the former Farmers State Bank that is now the Williamson Museum. Registration limited to 45. SESSION #FTH103 —$55 University of Texas at Austin's "Forty Acres" —from Its Founding to Today 10:30 -2:30 p.m. I BUS The University of Texas at Austin is one of the leading universities in the world, and the design of its campus in the early 20th cen- tury both expressed and helped realize its institutional ambition. Cass Gilbert and Paul Cret laid out the original Forty Acres and designed many of its buildings. See how these buildings, and the landscape of outdoor "rooms" and live oaks, continue to serve as the heart of UT- Austin. Regis- tration limited to 45. SESSION #FTH107 —$45 Restored Courthouses of Texas 10:30 a.m. -5:30 p.m. I BUS Texas has more historic county courthouses than any other state, and dozens have been restored in recent years with help from a state grant pro- gram administered by the Texas Historical Commission. Tour several sites to see the impres- sive results of this award- winning program. Registration limited to 40. Lunch provided. SESSION #FTH100 —$65 Austin's History Center and Downtown Historic Corridor 1:30 -5:30 p.m. I WALKING Austin's four -block "Historic Cor- ridor" features a wealth of heri- tage homes and public buildings constructed between 1860 and 1933, all listed in either the Na- tional Register or State of Texas Registry of Historic Places. Visit the Austin History Center, built in 1933 as a public library in the Renaissance Revival style, the Bremond Block of historic homes, Wooldridge Square, and the Travis County Courthouse. Step back in time and savor ex- quisite architecture. Registration limited to 25. SESSION #FTH105 —$25 Austin Overview 1:30 -5:30 P.M. I BUS See description on page 8. Registration limited to 45. SESSION #FTH106 —$45 George Washington Littlefield Home (James Wahrenberger, architect, 1984) Green Makeover at the University of Texas, Austin 1 :30 -5:30 p.m. I BUS Learn about approaches to green practice in preservation settings through tours of three historic campus buildings: Battle Hall (1910, Cass Gilbert), Main Build- ing and Tower (1933 -37, Paul Cret), and George Washington Littlefield House (1894, James Wahrenberger). The tours will be preceded by an orientation and conclude with a lively question - and- answer session. Registration limited to 30. SESSION #FTH109 —$45 Pioneer Farms Living History Park —A Grassroots Volunteer Success 1:30 -5:30 p.m. I BUS Struggling under various volun- teer and government agencies for 25 years, Pioneer Farms was shuttered in 2003 as a consistent money - loser. What has happened since is a story of can -do spirit, a successful organization of volun- WWW.PRESERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 9 :LD IONS teers, and the empowerment of a new community of preservation- ists drawing from non - traditional sources of expertise and man- power. The result is a volunteer - run museum that sees more than 30,000 visitors a year, with a break -even budget of $100,000 and a bright future. Visit Pioneer Farms and learn from its success. Registration limited to 45. SESSION #FTH108 —$45 FRIDAY, OCT. 29 Downtown Deco 10:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m. WALKING / BUS See description on page 8. Registration limited to 40. SESSION #FFD105 —$45 Austin's History Center and Downtown "Historic Corridor" 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. I WALKING See description on page 9. Registration limited to 25. SESSION #FFD104 —$25 The Texas Capitol and the Capitol Complex: Preservation and Education In and Around an Active Capitol 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. I Bus The $190 million, eight -year Texas Capitol Preservation and Exten- sion Project was completed in 1995 and was recognized with a National Trust Honor Award. The challenge since then has been maintaining the magnifi- cent building and implementing a program that includes broad public use. Maintenance issues, funding, curatorial protections, and public education efforts will be explored. Tours of the Capitol, Capitol Extension, Old General Austin's hision.- ecnleieri,% Land Office Visitor's Center, and the Capitol grounds are included.. Registration limited to 45. SESSION #FFD103 —$45 Conducting Historic Building Assessments 10:30 a.m. -5:30 p.m. I WALKING Learn the historic building as- sessment process. This hands -on investigation of the American National Bank in downtown Aus- tin will analyze its site, structure, systems, and finishes to make recommendations for its future use, treatment, and interpreta- tion. Registration limited to 30. SESSION #FFD100 —$75 Conducting Historic Landscape Assessments 10:30 a.m. -5:30 p.m. I WALKING Learn the historic landscape as- sessment process. This hands -on investigation of the French Lega- tion Museum's site will analyze the landscape's organizational, character - defining features and elements — circulation, vegetation, structures, lighting, and site fur - nishings—to make recommenda- tions for use, treatment, and in- terpretation. Registration limited to 30. Lunch will be provided. SESSION #FFD102 —$75 Austin Bike Tour —from the Biergarten to Freedman's Town 1:30 -4:30 p.m. See description on page 8. SESSION #FFD108 —$55 Austin Overview 1:30 -5:30 p.m. I BUS See description on page 8. Registration limited to 45. SESSION #FFD106 —$45 Beyond the Iron Gate: Cemetery and Community Building 1:30 -5:30 p.m. I BUS How can communities become champions for historic cemeter- ies? A nonprofit group will dis- cuss successful methods for vol- unteer recruitment, outreach to diverse communities, and docu- mentation of cemetery features on a shoestring budget. Session leaders will also spotlight efforts to forge partnerships with the Texas Historical Commission's Cemetery Preservation Program, the City's Parks and Recreation Department, local commu- nity groups, descendants, and Austin's residents. Learn how to raise awareness of cemeteries as community resources that help define the urban landscape. Registration limited to 47 SESSION #FFD107 —$45 10 2010 NATIONAL PRESERVATION CONFERENCE The Texas Capitol building to a 0 0 F 'u 0 0 0 0 Meetings, tours and networking opportunities for Statewide and Local Partner organizations TUESDAY OCT. 26 Creating Great Historic Districts: The Role of Placemaking 9:00 a.m. -Noon The National Trust Main Street Center and Project for Public Spaces have teamed up to provide a one -of -a -kind training opportunity for Statewide and Local Partners. You'll learn how to bring the power of placemaking to transportation planning, community development, and historic commer- cial district revitalization in your community. Endangered Austin: A Partners Walk /Ride Tour and Reception 2:00 -5:30 p.m. Preservation Texas, the Heritage Society of Aus- tin, and local activists will lead this tour of down- town, named this year to Texas' Most Endangered list. Central Texas is booming, a trend readily apparent here as developers build ever larger and more dramatic buildings. Such development has the blessing of the city council, which hopes density will reduce sprawl, but the pressure on small -scale historic buildings is intense. Join your Texas colleagues in examining the problem and lend your experience and expertise to developing a preservation approach that can protect historic Austin. This tour is open to Statewide and Local Partner organizations. SESSION #ATU102 —$45 Preservation Partners Meet -Up 6:00 -8:00 p.m. Kick off the 2010 National Preservation Conference at an informal gathering of Partners, friends, and colleagues from across the country. This event is a perfect place to meet before dinner. Cash bar. WEDNESDAY OCT. 27 Statewide and Local Partners Meeting 10:30 -Noon Big Cities, Small Towns, Big Towns, and State - wides representatives will share highlights from their breakout discussions, followed by an agenda of Partner related items. Preservation Partners Luncheon: The Next American Preservationist —12:15 -1:45 p.m. Ken Gladish, President l and CEO of the Austin Community Founda- tion, has been a leader in philanthropic and chari- table organizations at the local, state and national — levels for more than a quarter of a century. His keynote address will look at the changing nature and face of preservation today. He'll share innovative approaches and challenge us to look beyond existing models to form new and dynamic partnerships and practices that can save historic resources. The luncheon will also showcase Partner Three - Minute Success Stories. SESSION #AWE118 —$45 Round One Concurrent Discussions 2:00 -2:45 p.m. 1 Partners Go Viral: Using Web 2.0 and Social Media 1 Preservation in a Post - Recession Economy 1 Understanding 501(c)(3)s: The Law and its Latitudes Round Two Concurrent Discussions 3:00 -3:45 p.m. 1 Micro -level Membership Strategies 1 Building New Partnerships for Preservation 1 How We Protect our Human Capital The following sessions are open to staff and board members of National Trust Statewide and Local Partners. PARTNER ORGANIZATIONAL BREAKOUTS: Big Cities, Small Towns, Big Towns, and Statewides 8:30 -10:15 a.m. A chance for Partners to connect with peers, discuss common issues, and share successes and challenges. Adjourn to Opening Plenary 3:45 M� �x oM V2 y WWW.PRESERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 11 REFER TO CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF EVENTS ON PAGES 19 -22 WWW.PRESERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 11 DNS Preservation Texas and Texas Downtown Association 25th Anniversary Celebration 5:00 -7:00 p.m. Join Preservation Texas and the Texas Downtown Association as they celebrate their 25th anniver- saries at the historic Driskill Hotel in downtown Austin. Cost is $30. Register through Preservation Texas (512- 472 - 1002); Texas Downtown Association (512- 472 - 7832); or email rsvp@preservationtexas.org. TUESDAY, OCT. 26 AND WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27 Section 106 Essentials Training 8:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m. A two -day course for those new to federal historic preservation compliance or want a refresher on Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, which applies when a federal, feder- ally assisted or approved activity might affect a property listed in or eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. Cost is $495. Register directly at http: / /www.achp. gov /106essentials.html or contact Cindy Bienvenue at 202- 606 -8521 or cbienvenue @achp.gov for more in- formation. Group discounts available. TUESDAY, OCT. 26 NTHP Site Directors Meeting, Part I Noon -5:00 p.m. Advisors Executive Committee 3:00 -6:00 p.m. 12 2010 NATIONAL PRESERVATION CONFERENCE Get down to business with training, meetings, and networking events. Small Group No Host Dinners for Advisors and Advisors Emeriti 7:00 -10:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27 New York State Coffee, Conference & Conversation 7:30 -8:30 a.m. For New York State residents and Buffalo Ex -Pats. Help us represent our state at the 2011 conference. Meet the conference organizers, be briefed on current planning, and learn how you can get involved to make Buffalo 2011 a huge success. Hear updates also from SHPO, NYSCA and the Preservation League, Advisors Public Policy Task Force 7:30 -9:30 a.m. New Advisor Orientation 7:30 -9:30 a.m. Realized Communities: Necessary Spaces 8:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m. As many African American com- munities reach their centennials, many challenges loom, including autonomy, sustainability (cultural, political, social, environmental), and economic empowerment. Join an outstanding ensemble of experts in a rare discussion that will enlighten all preservationists in a national context. SESSION #AWE112 —$80 Main Street Coordinators Meeting 8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. The National Trust Main Street Coordinators will have their an- nual fall meeting in Austin. For details on Main Street Coordina- tor activities, please watch your email box and check the coordi- nator page on www.mainstreet. org. This meeting is for Main Street Coordinators only. NCSHPO Fall Board Meeting 8:30 a.m. -Noon By invitation only. NTHP Site Directors Meeting, Part II 8:45 a.m. -4:45 p.m. Engaging Latinos /Hispanics in Historic Preservation and Community Revitalization 9:00 a.m. -11:00 a.m. As a part of the Latino /Hispanic Initiative, Latinos /Hispanics have been convening in each region to discuss the relevance of historic preservation and community revitalization to their communi- ties. This will provide Latino/ Hispanic conference attendees the opportunity to participate in a mini - convening. Contact tanya_ bowers @nthp.org if you are interested in participating. Preservation Commissioner Training: The Basics and Beyond 9:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m. Presented by the National Alli- ance of Preservation Commis- sions, this workshop provides essential, in -depth training for preservation commission mem- MONDAY, OCT. 25 bers and staff. Topics covered include legal issues, design review, procedures, using standards and guidelines, survey and designa- tion, planning., and ethics. Price includes lunch and all materials. SESSION #AWE111 —$90 Advisors Business and Town Meeting 10:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. African American Preservationists Meeting 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. Join the discussion with other Afri- can American architects, planners, nonprofit leaders, and preserva- tion volunteers as they gather to talk over preservation issues, share resources, and build meaningful professional relationships. REF i O N NTS ON P AL LI ST OF AGES 19 21 Latino /Hispanic Initiative: Reviewing the Data 11:00 a.m. -Noon Come learn about the Latino /His- panic Initiative and see the data that has come out of the regional convenings of Latinos /Hispan- ics that have taken place. We will process the information and vate and public support for pres- ervation, its funding has been threatened with elimination. Join NPS and NTHP staff for a special luncheon presentation of Save America's Treasures. Learn about eligibility requirements, and how to apply for and manage an SAT grant. Hear about the program's future and the major campaign launched by the National Trust to save SAT through a creative com- bination of grassroots advocacy and traditional and new media outreach. The program also will feature repre- A sentatives of successful &ONNEE • SAT grants Albm from the Xi Southwest who will profile their projects. . SESSION #AWE117 —$35 , Slave Cabins of determine whether the strategy is South Carolina working or should be changed go- 1:00 -2:00 p.m. ing into the remaining convenings. Save America's Treasures = Saving American Jobs 11:00 a.m. -1:30 p.m. The largest federal grant pro- gram for bricks -and mortar preservation, Save America's Treasures (SAT) has provided $319 million in matching grants and over $57 million in private support and created more than 16,000 jobs to restore more than 1,100 nationally significant prop- erties and collections. Although SAT has leveraged millions in pri- Joseph McGill is conducting research on slave cabins in South Carolina and part of his research involves a one -night stay in as many extant slaves cabins as he can gain permission. His stays are documented in writing and by video. McGill will highlight his findings to date. D m In Z_ 1 m m in O Z In m v Z m N v O n N V • WWW.PRESERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 13\ The Stevie Ray Vaughan starve on Lady Bird Lake is one of Austin's near popular tourist attractions. IISS=ONS WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27 CONTINUED Giving Voice to the Preservation Message: Advocacy 101 1:00 -4:00 p.m. Successful preservation requires effective advocacy. Presented by the National Alliance of Preserva- tion Commissions, Preservation Action, and the National Confer- ence of State Historic Preserva- tion Officers, this information - packed workshop provides the tools and tips you need for effective advocacy in the local, state, and national arenas. Price includes all materials. SESSION #AWE119 —$40 National Heritage Areas Partnership Meeting 1:00 -4:00 p.m. National Park Service invites Na- tional Heritage Area partners to meet to share experience, knowl- edge, and resources. National Heritage Areas are places desig- nated by Congress where natural, cultural, and historic resources uniquely represent the American experience. The NHA program supports community -based initia- tives that conserve these nation- ally significant landscapes and cultural resources. National Register of Historic Places: The Basics 1:30 -4:00 p.m. Join National Register and Texas Historical Commission staff in a workshop designed to help both beginners and experts alike in preparing successful National Register of Historic Places nomi- nations. Attendees will discuss NR criteria and evaluations of integrity, discuss how to success- fully complete the NR form, and learn the nomination process. SESSION #AWE123 —$25 Preserve America Forum 1:30 -4:00 p.m. Preserve America Community representatives and program partners will discuss the current status of the Preserve America program, . including national participation, funding and other support, and partnerships. Par- ticipants will share best practices and information about job cre- ation and local economic devel- opment through heritage tourism programs. Advisor Regional Meetings 1:30 -4:30 p.m. Diversity Scholarship Program and Texas Scholarship Program Orientation 2 :00 -3:30 p.m. National Trust for Historic Preser- vation Diversity Scholarship Re- cipients and Texas Scholars begin an exciting week. Participants will meet fellow diversity and local scholars and hear more about preserving heritage and culture. Enrich Explore Embrace History 2:00 -4:00 p.m. Denver, the Queen City of the Plains, known for its place in history in the Rocky Mountains Gold Rush and Western Heritage, has also inspired many legends in the creative arts. Dr. Marjorie Cooper - Williams and Making Mu- sic International will present Jazz Legends in America in Concert. Program sponsored by Historic Five Points'". For more informa- The Texas State Capitol Rotunda tion: www.neighborhoodlink. com /denver /fpha. Ticket price $55. To purchase tickets, call 303 - 620 -1801. Recent Past Preservation Network Annual Meeting 3:00 -4:00 p.m. Join the Recent Past Preservation Network for a casual discussion of preservation issues related to historic resources from 1960 to the present, Bring your ideas, success stories, and questions. All are welcome! Humanities Grants: Interpret, Teach, Sustain Your Site 3:30 -4 :30 p.m. Looking for funds to interpret your site, help teachers use it as a teaching resource, transform it into a travel destination, or sustain other humanities activi- ties? This session will provide an overview of grant opportunities at the National Endowment for the Humanities and the state humanities councils. r � Q 14 2010 NATIONAL PRESERVATION CONFERENCE MTSU Center for Historic Preservation Reception 7:30 -9:30 p.m. Join graduates, current students, faculty, and friends of Middle Ten- nessee State University for lively conversation, Mexican food, and Latin music at El Sol y La Luna on Austin's historic Sixth Street. Cash bar. University of Florida and Florida Trust for Historic Preservation Party 8:30 -9:30 p.m. Join the University of Florida's College of Design, Construction and Planning Historic Preservation Department and the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation for a no- host evening of visiting with fellow Gators and preservation friends. Pride in Preservation: 15th Annual Celebration of LGBT Preservationists and Friends 9:00 -11:00 P.M. In 1996, 60 LGBT preservation- ists gathered at Anne Sather's Restaurant in Chicago's Boystown neighborhood during the National Preservation Conference to cel- ebrate the contributions of LGBT people to the revitalization of his- toric communities. That word -of- mouth gathering has evolved into an annual event that is a highlight of the conference. Join us for the 15th Annual Celebration in Austin as we honor our roots and con- tinue this great tradition. SESSION #AWE141 —$25 THURSDAY, OCT. 28 Asian American & Pacific Islander Caucus Breakfast Meeting 7:00 -8:15 a.m. The AAPI Caucus meeting will bring together persons inter- ested in the preservation of Asian American historic and cultural resources. Interested persons can email conve- ner Bill Watanabe of the Little Tokyo Service Center in Los Angeles at BW(a)LTSC.org or call 213- 473 -1607 for information and reservations. "Nightwing" commemorating the largest urban bat colony in the rountry, right here ill Austin. Justice William J. Brennan, Jr., Preservation Law Breakfast 7:00 -8:15 a.m. Join your colleagues in the legal world for breakfast and a presen- tation by Jerold Kayden, Esq., the director of the Master in Urban Planning Program at Harvard Uni- versity. Kayden has been counsel to the National Trust in several U.S. Supreme Court and State high court cases. SESSION #ATH1O7 —$38 Ninja Preservation ism: Tough Strategies for Tough Times —Local Preservation Commissions Luncheon and NAPC Annual Meeting 12:00 -1:30 p.m. Challenged by preservation battles raging on the homefront? Feeling inadequately armed and prepared? Fear not, during this lively session we will look to the past to plot our future and once again claim vic- tory for preservation. SESSION #ATH102 —$45 A Round of Policy over Lunch 12:15 -1:15 p.m. Think policy is boring? Think again. Because of policy, preser- vationists have secured billions in federal, state, and local tax incentives. Because of policy, our children and their children will be able to enjoy our cultural heritage. Because of policy, programs such as Save America's Treasures and state tax credits are helping cre- ate more sustainable communi- ties. Come and be inspired. SESSION #ATH103 —$38 D T T_ Z M N N 0 Z N I 1 2 C X m v O n 1 N DD WWW.PRESERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 15 Aw " - A 1 1 W I V 2 4 SS=ONS THURSDAY, OCT. 28 CONTINUED Advisor Cross Regional Discussions 2:00 -4:00 p.m. Friends of Goucher Reception 5:00 -7:00 p.m. Goucher College's Master of Arts in Historic Preservation program will hold its "Friends of Goucher" reception for alums, students, faculty, and friends of Goucher. Board of Advisors Reception and Fly -up Ceremony 6:00 -7:30 p.m. By invitation only. National Trust Historic Site Boards Reception 7:00 -8:30 p.m. Join National Trust Historic Sites Board members, staff and friends for an opportunity to mix and mingle with those who work and advocate for the 29 fascinating and diverse historic sites of the National Trust. NTCIC 10th Anniversay Celebration 7:00 -8:30 p.m. I It the Recent Past 7:00 -9:00 p.m. Calling all recent past advocates and aficionados! Come meet your compatriots from around the country at this informal event. Eat, drink, and share your stories from the trenches. We'll see you there! It Takes Three, Baby: Georgia Preservation Studies Reception 7:30 -9:00 p.m. Grab a partner! When alumni, students, faculty, and friends of the University of Georgia, Georgia State University, and Savannah College of Art and Design historic preservation programs come together for a joint reception, you might call it a preservation party — we call it the Texas Three -step! Diversity Scholarship Program Mixer 7:30 -9:00 p.m. Current Diversity Scholars will network with alumni to maximize their experience at the confer- ence. Alums can share wisdom with Diversity Scholars and catch up with their fellow friends. Cornell University Alumni Reception 7:30 -9:30 p.m. Alumni, faculty, students and friends of the Cornell Historic Preservation Planning program are invited by Historic Preserva- tion Planning Alumni, Inc., to enjoy an evening of networking and reuniting. University of Vermont Alumni and Friends Gathering 7:30 -9:30 p.m. Alumni, friends, and anyone inter- ested in learning more about the University of Vermont Graduate Program in Historic Preservation are invited to gather at Apple An- nies Cafe Bakery. FRIDAY, OCT. 29 President's Breakfast with National Trust Historic Site Board Chairs 7:30 -8:30 a.m. By invitation only. US /ICOMOS International Breakfast 7:30 -8:30 a.m. Join US /ICOMOS to learn about new and ongoing international preservation issues, programs, and activities. US /ICOMOS is the U.S. National Committee of the International Council on Monu- ments and Sites. SESSION #AFD101 —$30 Considering a Preservation Career? 8:30 -10:00 a.m. The National Council for Preser- vation Education will present an informative session addressing current issues in historic preser- 16 2010 NATIONAL PRESERVATION CONFERENCE vation education including new approaches and opportunities for those considering a preser- vation career. National Trust Historic Sites Board Meeting 9:00 -11:30 a.m. By invitation only. NAPC Board of Directors Meeting 9:00 -11:30 a.m. By invitation only. AIA Historic Resources Committee Luncheon 12:15 -1:15 p.m. The AIA Historic Resources Com- mittee luncheon will provide an opportunity for architects to net- work with colleagues and hear a special presentation on historic preservation Austin - style. SESSION #AFD1O5 —$45 NCPE Annual Meeting and Reception 5:00 -6:30 p.m. The annual reception for the National Council for Preservation Education member programs. All current students and faculty as well as alumni and colleagues are welcome. Celebrating 30 Years —The University of Oregon's Historic Preservation Program 7:00 -10:00 p.m. University of Oregon Historic Preservation Program alumni, students, faculty and consorts are invited to gather at the Scholz Garten for food and drink to celebrate the first 30 years of the program. SATURDAY, OCT. 30 Murder, Mayhem & Misadventure 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Save Austin's Cemeteries hosts its fourth annual walking tour through Austin's oldest city cemetery, Oakwood, featuring residents who died in mysteri- ous or unusual ways, such as the "Servant Girl Murders" or "Moonlight Tower accidental death:" Donations are welcome and benefit cemetery preserva- tion. Limit 75 -20 peop /e per tour. Please contact info @sachome.org or Dale Flatt 512- 917 -1666 or go to www.sachome.org. First come first served. FREE. Forum Luncheon 12:30 -1:30 p.m. See page 4. D m m Z W m N u1 O Z m to C A D O f7 W O Stewardship Luncheon 12:15 -1:15 p.m. The National Trust's Historic Sites Department is pleased to welcome Jane Karotkin to speak at this year's Stewardship Lun- cheon. Karotkin will discuss the restoration of the Texas Gover- nor's Mansion after the devas- tating fire of 2008. SESSION #AFD106 —$35 Eastern Michigan University Historic Preservation Program Alumni & Friends Reception 5:00 -6:30 p.m. Its reunion time again!! We look forward to welcoming students, alumni, faculty, and friends to the annual reception /reunion of EMU's Historic Preservation Program. The Driskill Hotel, a member of Historic Hotels of America NCPE Annual Fitch Award Presentation and Dinner 7:30 -9:30 p.m. The annual dinner of the Na- tional Council for Preservation Education where the James Marston Fitch Award for lifetime achievement in and dedication to historic preservation education is presented. Open to NCPE mem- bers and friends. Cost is $50. Please contact tllgibel @emich.edu or call 734 - 487 -0232. Diversity Scholarship Program and Texas Scholarship Program Closing Session 1:30 -3 p.m. Diversity Scholarship recipients and Texas Scholars will learn about staying engaged with the National Trust over the next year. WWW.PR ES ERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 17 REF N pC'DOLIST Q AGES 79_ OF. vation education including new approaches and opportunities for those considering a preser- vation career. National Trust Historic Sites Board Meeting 9:00 -11:30 a.m. By invitation only. NAPC Board of Directors Meeting 9:00 -11:30 a.m. By invitation only. AIA Historic Resources Committee Luncheon 12:15 -1:15 p.m. The AIA Historic Resources Com- mittee luncheon will provide an opportunity for architects to net- work with colleagues and hear a special presentation on historic preservation Austin - style. SESSION #AFD1O5 —$45 NCPE Annual Meeting and Reception 5:00 -6:30 p.m. The annual reception for the National Council for Preservation Education member programs. All current students and faculty as well as alumni and colleagues are welcome. Celebrating 30 Years —The University of Oregon's Historic Preservation Program 7:00 -10:00 p.m. University of Oregon Historic Preservation Program alumni, students, faculty and consorts are invited to gather at the Scholz Garten for food and drink to celebrate the first 30 years of the program. SATURDAY, OCT. 30 Murder, Mayhem & Misadventure 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Save Austin's Cemeteries hosts its fourth annual walking tour through Austin's oldest city cemetery, Oakwood, featuring residents who died in mysteri- ous or unusual ways, such as the "Servant Girl Murders" or "Moonlight Tower accidental death:" Donations are welcome and benefit cemetery preserva- tion. Limit 75 -20 peop /e per tour. Please contact info @sachome.org or Dale Flatt 512- 917 -1666 or go to www.sachome.org. First come first served. FREE. Forum Luncheon 12:30 -1:30 p.m. See page 4. D m m Z W m N u1 O Z m to C A D O f7 W O Stewardship Luncheon 12:15 -1:15 p.m. The National Trust's Historic Sites Department is pleased to welcome Jane Karotkin to speak at this year's Stewardship Lun- cheon. Karotkin will discuss the restoration of the Texas Gover- nor's Mansion after the devas- tating fire of 2008. SESSION #AFD106 —$35 Eastern Michigan University Historic Preservation Program Alumni & Friends Reception 5:00 -6:30 p.m. Its reunion time again!! We look forward to welcoming students, alumni, faculty, and friends to the annual reception /reunion of EMU's Historic Preservation Program. The Driskill Hotel, a member of Historic Hotels of America NCPE Annual Fitch Award Presentation and Dinner 7:30 -9:30 p.m. The annual dinner of the Na- tional Council for Preservation Education where the James Marston Fitch Award for lifetime achievement in and dedication to historic preservation education is presented. Open to NCPE mem- bers and friends. Cost is $50. Please contact tllgibel @emich.edu or call 734 - 487 -0232. Diversity Scholarship Program and Texas Scholarship Program Closing Session 1:30 -3 p.m. Diversity Scholarship recipients and Texas Scholars will learn about staying engaged with the National Trust over the next year. WWW.PR ES ERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 17 h� CONFERENCE LEADERSHIP NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION is a nonprofit membership organization bring- ing people together to protect, enhance and enjoy the places that matter to them. By saving the places where great moments from history —and the important moments of everyday life —took place, the National Trust for Historic Preservation helps revitalize neighborhoods and communi- ties, spark economic development, and promote environmental sustainability. With headquarters in Washington, D.C., 10 regional and field offices, 29 historic sites, and partner organizations in all 50 states, the National Trust for Historic Preservation provides leadership, education, advocacy and resources to a national network of people, organizations and local communities committed to sav- ing places, connecting us to our history, and collectively shaping the future of America's stories. HONORARY CHAIR Mrs. Laura W. Bush CONFERENCE CO- CHAIRS Dealey Herndon Gay Ratliff PRINCIPAL LOCAL SPONSOR Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau BENEFACTORS XTO Energy T The 1772 Foundation ENERGY THE 1772 FOUNDATION MAJORSPONSORS Fondren Foundation HEB and Central Markets Dealey & David Herndon Gay & Shannon Ratliff Bud Light /John and Bobbie Nau Texas Historical Commission SPONSORS Cracker Barrel Foundation Goldsbury Foundation Houston Endowment Heritage Society of Austin Marvin Windows & Doors SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORS Statewide and Local Scholarships: Jointly sponsored by Texas Historical Commission and the Houston Endowment and administered by Preservation Texas Diversity Scholarships: National Park service U.S. General Services Administration As the federal agency charged with designing, constructing, and caring for the government's building inventory, GSA strives to manage its proper- ties in a way that recognizes and respects these resources as cultural assets. Its inventory includes 53 National Historic Landmarks (NHLS), 234 buildings listed in the National Register of Historic Places, 110 oth- ers determined eligible for listing, and more than BO assets older than 50 years. National Park Service Since 1916, the American people have entrusted the National Park Service with the care of their national parks. With the help of volunteers and park partners, we are proud to safeguard these nearly 400 places and to share their stories with more than 275 million visitors every year. But our work doesn't stop there. NPS is proud that tribes, local governments, nonprofit organiza- tions, businesses, and individual citizens ask for our help in revital- izing their communities, preserving local history, and celebrating local heritage through programs like the National Register of Historic Places, the American Battlefield Program, Historic Preservation Tax Incen- tives, National Heritage Areas, and Historic Preservation Grants to name only a few. Please visit us at www. nps.gov and learn why the National Park Service Is America's Best Idea. 17 Z•]'u[•51I[•]:►_ls9d$d a4: Special partnership with Next American City, Inc. To help w' AMERICAN N us best explore americancityorg CITY the issues facing urban areas of all sizes, in Austin the National Pres- ervation Conference is partnering with Next American City, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promot- ing socially and environmentally sustainable economic growth in America's cities. It does this through the publishing of a print and online magazine, events across the country, and advocacy on issues central to the future of cities. A one -year subscription to Next American City magazine is included in your registration fee. OTHER PROMOTIONAL PARTNERS Heritage Society of Austin Historic Bridge Foundation Houston Preservation Alliance National Association of Preservation Commissions National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers Preservation Action Preservation Texas San Antonio Conservation Society 18 2010 NATIONAL PRESERVATION CONFERENCE CONFERENCE -AT -A- GLANCE I OCT. 25-27 MONDAY, OCT. 25 5:00 -7:00 p.m. Preservation Texas and Texas Downtown Association 25th Anniversary Celebration —page 12 TUESDAY, OCT. 26 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Preservation Successes in San Antonio —page 7 8 :00 a.m -4:30 p.m. Section 106 Essentials Training (Day 1) —page 12 9:00 a.m -Noon O Creating Great Historic Districts: the Role of Placemaking— page 11 Noon -5:00 p.m. NTHP Site Directors Meeting, Part )—page 12 2:00 -5:30 p.m. Endangered Austin: A Partners Walk /Ride Tour and Reception — page 11 3:00 -6 :00 p.m. Advisors Executive Committee — page 12 6:00- 8:00p.m. Q Preservation Partners Meet -Up— page 11 7:00 -10:00 p.m. Small Group No Host Dinners for Advisors and Advisors Emeriti — page 12 WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27 7:30 -8:30 a.m. New York State Coffee, Conference & Conversation —page 12 7:30 -9:30 a.m. Advisors Public Policy Task Force — page 12 New Advisor Orientation —page 12 8:00 a.m -2:00 p.m. Realized Communities: Necessary Spaces —page 12 8:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m. (j Historic Fort Sam Houston and San Antonio's East Side —page 7 ® San Antonio's Spanish Culture: Missions to Murals —page 7 8:00 a.m -5:00 p.m. Main Street Coordinators Meeting — page 12 8:30 -10:15 a.m. ip Partner Organizational Breakouts: Big Cities, Big Towns, Small Towns & Statewides —page 11 8:30 -Noon NCSHPO Fall Board Meeting — page 12 8:30 a.m .-4:30 p.m. i� All the Way With LBJ: The Texas President in Texas —page 7 Section 106 Essentials Training (Day 2) —Page 12 8:45 a.m. -4:45 p.m. NTHP Site Directors Meeting, Part II —page 12 9:00 -11:00 a.m. Latino /Hispanic Initiative: Engaging Latinos /Hispanics in Historic Preservation and Community Revitalization —page 12 9:00 a.m -4:30 p.m. Planning Successful Rehabilitations Using Federal Tax Incentives — page 7 Preservation Commissioner Training: The Basics and Beyond — page 12 10:00 a.m -1:00 p.m. Advisors Business and Town Meeting —page 13 10:30 a.m -Noon O Statewide and Local Partners Meeting —page 11 10:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. African American Preservationists Meeting —page 13 11:00 a.m -Noon Latino/ Hispanic Initiative: Reviewing the Convening Data — page 13 11:00 a.m -1:30 p.m. Save America's Treasures = Saving American Jobs —page 13 12:15 -1:45 p.m. O Preservation Partners Luncheon: The Next American Preservationist — page 11 12:30 -3:30 p.m. Austin Bike Tour —page 8 12:30 -4:30 p.m. Austin Overview Tour —page 8 1:00 -2:00 p.m. Slave Cabins of South Carolina — page 13 1:00 -4:00 p.m. Giving Voice to the Preservation Message: Advocacy 101 —page 14 National Heritage Areas Partnership Meeting —page 14 1:00 -5:00 p.m. ® Mexican and Mexican Americans in Downtown Austin Heritage Tour — page 8 o� ""v z� H M 1 :30 -4:00 p.m. National Register of Historic Places: The Basics —page 14 Preserve America Forum —page 14 1:30 -4:30 p.m. NTHP Advisor Regional Meetings — page 14 2:00 -3:30 p.m. Diversity Scholarship Program and Texas Scholarship Program Orientation —page 14 2:00 -3:45 p.m. Partners' Concurrent Discussion — page 11 2:00 -4:00 p.m. Enrich Explore Embrace History— page 14 3:00 -3:45 p.m. Recent Past Preservation Network Annual Meeting —page 14 3:30 -4:30 p.m. Humanities Grants: Interpret, Teach, Sustain Your Site —page 14 5:00 -7:00 p.m. Opening Plenary Session —page 3 7:30 -9:30 p.m. Opening Reception —page 3 MTSU Center for Historic Preservation Reception —page 15 CONTINUES > Field Session Partner Session WWW.PRESERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 19 :ONFERENCE -AT -A- GLANCE I OCT. 27-30 WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27 (continued) 8 :30 -9:30 p.m. University of Florida and Florida Trust for Historic Preservation Party —page 15 9:00 -11:00 P.M. Pride in Preservation: 15th Annual Celebration of LGBT Preservationists and Friends— page 15 THURSDAY, OCT. 28 7:00 -8:15 a.m. Asian American & Pacific Islander Caucus Breakfast Meeting — page 15 Justice William J. Brennan, Jr., Preservation Law Breakfast — page 15 8:30 -10:00 a.m. General Session: The Next American City —page 3 10:00 -10:45 a.m. Nosh and Network —page 3 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Noon -1:30 p.m. Local Preservation Commissions Luncheon and NAPC Annual Meeting —page 15 12:15 -1:15 p.m. A Round of Policy Over Lunch — page 15 1:30 -3:00 p.m. Adopting and Using Demolition by Neglect Ordinances —page 5 Form -Based Coding: Tools for Sustainable Community Design — page 5 Hands -on Help for Historic Window Weatherization —page 5 Preserving Public Housing —page 5 Re- creating a Historic Habitat — page 5 Revolving Funds Part I —page 5 Saving and Preserving the Texas Governor's Mansion —page 5 The Urban Density Debate: Good Density, Bad Density, and the Role of Preservation —page 5 1:30 -5:30 p.m. Austin's History Center and Downtown Historic Corridor — page 9 Bastrop: A Distinctive Destination— _ page 8 Austin Overview Tour —page 8 Downtown Deco Walking Tour — page 8 Georgetown Square: An Award - Winning Preservation Story — page 9 University of Texas at Austin's "Forty Acres" —from its Founding to Today —page 9 Green Makeover at UT- Austin— page 9 Pioneer Farms Living History Park —A Grassroots Volunteer Success —page 9 2:00 -4:00 p.m. Advisors Cross Regional Discussions —page 16 10:30 a.m. -5:30 p.m. © Restored Courthouses of Texas — page 9 10:45 a.m. 12:15 p.m. Building the Bridge: Preservation & Changing US Demographics — page 5 Everyone Wants to Live Within Walking Distance: What Does This Mean for Preservation? —page 5 Integrating Sustainable Design into the Adaptive Use of Historic Industrial Structures —page 5 There's No Place Like Houston: Creative Solutions and Self Determination For Historic Preservation —page 5 Field Session 20 2010 NATIONAL PRESERVATION CONFERENCE 3:00 -3 :45 p.m. Nosh and Network —page 3 3:45 -5:15 p.m. Deco Delights and Miami Modern Buzz —page 5 Mixed Income, Mixed Use and Mills: Financing Innovative Award Winning Rehabilitation Projects — page 5 Preservation Strategies in Low - income Urban Neighborhoods — page 5 Preseving and Promoting Public Murals —page 5 Revolving Funds Part II —page 5 Soft Speak, Big Stick: Successful Strategies for Enforcing Preservation Ordinances —page 5 Solar Panels, Wind Turbines and More: Is Preservation Ready? — page 5 Sustainability Begins with Preservation —page 5 5:00 -7:00 p.m. Friends of Goucher Reception — page 16 Next American City Salon —page 3 6:00 -7:30 p.m. Board of Advisors Reception and Fly -up Ceremony —page 16 7:00 -8:30 p.m. National Trust Historic Site Boards Reception —page 16 NTCIC 10th Anniversary Celebration —page 16 7:00 -9:00 p.m. I ♦ the Recent Past —page 16 7:30 -9:00 p.m. Diversity Scholarship Program Mixer —page 16 It Takes Three, Baby: Georgia Preservation Studies Reception — page 16 7:30 -9:30 p.m. Cornell University Alumni Reception —page 16 University of Vermont Alumni & Friends Gathering —page 16 7:30 -10:30 p.m. Candlelight House Tour —page 4 10 FRIDAY, OCT. 29 7:30 -8:30 a.m. President's Breakfast with National Trust Historic Site Board Chairs — page 16 US /ICOMOS International Breakfast —page 16 8:30 -10:00 a.m. Considering a Preservation Career? —page 16 General Session: The Next American Landscape —page 4 9:00 -11:30 a.m. NAPC Board of Directors Meeting — page 17 1:30 -3:00 p.m. Heritage & Climate Change: Strategies for Adaptation —page 6 On -line Preservation Toolkit Guides Homeowners in Making Repairs and Saving Money —page 6 Preserving African American Cemeteries and Sacred Spaces — page 6 The Changing Landscape: From Ranching to Land Conservation in the American West —page 6 What Happens When Dates Don't Matter? —page 6 You're Entering the Preservation Zonell —page 6 6:00 -7:00 p.m. National Preservation Honor Awards —page 4 7:00 -10:00 p.m. The 30th Anniversary Celebration for the University of Oregon's Historic Preservation Program — page 17 7:30 -9:30 p.m. NCPE Annual Fitch Award Presentation and Dinner — page 17 7:30 -11:00 p.m. Mad About Mod Friday Night Party—page 4 National Trust Historic Sites Board 1 :30 -4:30 p.m. Meeting —page 17 ® Austin Bike Tour —page B SATURDAY, OCT. 30 10:00 -10:30 a.m. Nosh and Network —page 3 10:30 a.m. -Noon Energy Development in Your Back Yard and On Our Landscapes — page 5 Historic Preservation as an Economic Engine: Just the Facts — page 5 Protecting Historic Resources and Natural Resources with Easements and other Stewardship Strategies — page 5 Rethinking How We Nominate Large Cultural Landscapes on the National Register of Historic Places —page 5 10:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m. ()Austin History Center and Downtown Historic Corridor — page 9 © Downtown Deco Walking Tour — page 6 © The Texas Capitol and The Capitol Complex —page 10 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. © Conducting Historic Buiding Assessments —page 10 O Conducting Historic Landscape Assessments —page 10 1:30 -5:30 p.m. ()Austin Overview Tour —page 8 O Beyond the Iron Gate: Cemetery and Community Building — page 10 3:15 -4:45 p.m. A 21st Century Vision for the National Park Service and the National Historic Preservation Act — page 6 Building Reuse: Environmental Friend or Foe? —page 6 Closing a House Museum: From Lemons to Lemonade —page 6 Culinary Agritourism: Easting One's Way to a Distinctive Sense of Place —page 6 Elisabet Ney Museum: A Cautionary Tale —page 6 Incorporating Sustainability Guidelines in your Preservation Program —page 6 On the Right Track: Historic Preservation Opportunities and Challenges in High -Speed Rail Corridors —page 6 Raising Barn Preservation Awareness Through Youth Engagement —page 6 5:00 -6:30 P.M. Eastern Michigan University Historic Preservation Program Alumni & Friends Reception — page 17 8:45 -10:15 a.m. Advantages of Small Duct High Velocity HVAC for a Historic Home — page 6 Music, Community, and Sense of Place: Learning from the Texas Legacy —page 6 Preservation 2.0: Using Social Media to Save Places —page 6 Preservation Education in the 21st Century — What's Needed? What's Next? —page 6 Surviving the Disaster: When the Worst Happens How Can Existing Preservation Tools Help? — page 6 The Long Black Line: How to Develop an African American Heritage Tour —page 6 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Murder, Mayhem & Misadventure page 17 10:30 a.m. -Noon Closing Plenary Session —page 4 12:30 -1:30 p.m. Forum Luncheon —page 4 12:15 -1:15 p.m. AIA Historic Resources Committee Luncheon —page 17 Stewardship Luncheon —page 17 5:00 -6:30 p.m. NCPE Annual Meeting and Reception —page 17 1:30 -3:00 p.m. Diversity Scholarship Program and Texas Scholarship Program Closing Session —page 17 gA H CA t o r ® Field Session WWW.PRESERVATIONNATION.ORG /CONFERENCE 'j21,- F ORUM S AVE Do the math — become a Forum member now! P0 0 �1 1� P0 ALREADY A FORUM MEMBER? Remember to take advantage of the multiple registration rates for staff and board members. Submit all registrations together online, by mail, or by fax before July 31 and subsequent registrants pay only $245 each. See page 24 for more details. Forum NATIONALTRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION' Individually we are preservationists. Together we are Forum. 1 ,4 TRIP LOCATION OF EVENTS EXHIBIT YOUR WARES The National Preservation Conference Exhibit Hall is an opportunity to showcase your product or service to 2,000 preservation professionals, in a unique open exhibit hall format. All major conference events are being held in downtown Austin. The For information on exhibiting, Hilton Austin Hotel is the headquarters hotel of the conference. Other call 202- 588 -6100 or visit the website, venues include the Driskill Hotel (Affinity Events), The Paramount www.preservationnation.org. Theatre (The Preservation Honor Awards and closing plenary), and the Long Center for The Performing Arts (opening plenary). 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