GREENSBURG, Pa. – Howard Mansfield, author and lecturer, will be the keynote speaker at Westmoreland County Historical Society’s annual historic preservation conference March 14.
The conference, Preserving Special Places: Westmoreland County’s Historic Neighborhoods and Towns, will be at Ferguson Theatre at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg.
It starts at 9 a.m.
Mansfield’s speech, “The Same Ax, Twice: Historic Preservation In A Throwaway Age,” is the theme from his most recent book.
Other speakers will discuss other aspects of the county’s past and preservation.
Conference registration is $15 and includes a continental breakfast, lunch and materials.
Reservation deadline is March 7.
For more information call 724-836-1800.
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