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Webinar: Retrofitting Historic Structures to Support Lifelong Communities

Does your community have a historic downtown, or a structure that needs help? Historic preservation is much more about the future than the past. Adapting landmarks to meet your community's changing demographics builds a future for those who will come after us. Retrofitting historic structures not only enhances your community's quality of life, but also makes your community an attractive and meaningful place to work, live, and play.

This webinar features Counsellor at Law Gregory S. Fehribach (Doninger Tuohy & Bailey, LLP, Indianapolis) and architect Brian Hollars (Studio Three Architects, Muncie). The program will explore the ways in which accessible buildings are a key element of a lifelong community, and will outline what your community leaders need to know about supporting the adaptive reuse and retrofitting of historic structures.

This program was made possible by an Historic Preservation Education grant from Indiana Landmarks, Indiana Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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