FOGM to Host a Preservation Evening

Join FOGM for a Preservation Evening!  In conjunction with the exhibition, Green from the Start: A History of Gardening in Greenbelt, the Museum has held a series lectures which featured topics related to gardening.  The final event in our series, A Preservation Evening, will combine an old-fashioned garden party with an informative talk by historic preservationist Michael Leventhal about the architectural significance of the Museum’s historic cinderblock house.  Join us at 7pm for this informal and educational evening. Parking is available across the street behind the public library.

Tuesday, July 19, 7pm  Sip lemonade by lantern light while learning about the historic fabric of our community!

Our special guest will be historic preservationist Michael Leventhal, a winner of the 2011 Secretary of the Interior Historic Preservation Awards, recognizing outstanding contributions to the preservation of historic places.

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