Home Preservation Program at Clintonville Area Commission 7:00 pm
Home Preservation Program at Clintonville Area Commission @ N. Community Lutheran Church
Mar 2 @ 7:00 pm
We will discuss our Home Preservation Program at the Clintonville Area Commission Meeting.
Home Preservation Program at Berwick Civic Association 7:30 pm
Home Preservation Program at Berwick Civic Association @ Berwick Civic Association
Mar 7 @ 7:30 pm
We’ll share details of our Home Preservation Program at the Berwick Civic Association Meeting.
Home Preservation Program at Hungarian Village Society 7:00 pm
Home Preservation Program at Hungarian Village Society @ Hungarian Reformed Church
Mar 8 @ 7:00 pm
We’ll share details of our Home Preservation Program at the Hungarian Village Society meeting.
Home Preservation Program at University Area Commission 5:30 pm
Home Preservation Program at University Area Commission @ Parsons Library Branch
Mar 15 @ 5:30 pm
We’ll share details of our Home Preservation Program at the University Area Commission Meeting.
Home Preservation Program at Southside Area Commission 6:30 pm
Home Preservation Program at Southside Area Commission @ Parsons Avenue Library
Mar 28 @ 6:30 pm
We’ll share details of our Home Preservation Program at the Columbus Southside Area Commission Meeting.
Building Doctor Clinic Seminar 7:00 pm
Building Doctor Clinic Seminar @ St. Paul United Church of Christ
Mar 30 @ 7:00 pm
We are excited to co-sponsor with Ohio History Connection a Building Doctor Clinic to help teach old-building owners how to recognize and solve some of the most common sources of problems in maintaining older buildings,[...]
We are excited to co-sponsor with Ohio History Connection a Building Doctor Clinic to help teach old-building owners how to recognize and solve some of the most common sources of problems in maintaining older buildings, and how to make informed decisions about repairs and improvements.
The Building Doctor Clinic begins with a free seminar on Thursday, March 30 at 7 p.m. at St. Paul United Church of Christ, 225 E. Gates Street. The seminar will cover topics such as peeling paint and failing plaster, wet basements, deteriorating masonry, windows, wood issues, and how to bring buildings built before 1955 up to date without sacrificing historic integrity.
On the following day, Friday, March 31 between 9am-3pm, the Building Doctors will make the rounds visiting ailing buildings within five miles of St. Paul’s to examine problems and prescribe cures. These consultations are full.
Questions about the clinic/consultations? Please contact Susan Keeny, Home Preservation Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 614.221.4508.
Join us for a hands-on window workshop and learn why repairing & restoring your old wood windows has advantages over replacement. You will learn window anatomy and energy saving strategies, and get hands-on repair and restoration experience from window expert Mark Blowers of Excalibur Restoration at an active work site: 100 Jefferson Avenue.
The workshop begins in the Jefferson Avenue Center Carriage House (with donuts & coffee!) at 9 a.m. Following a brief class presentation and discussion, we will walk to the nearby jobsite. Please wear comfortable work clothes and closed-toe shoes.
The workshop is limited to 20 participants. Net proceeds will benefit The Jefferson Avenue Center which owns and operates historic and newly developed properties that support many nonprofit organizations, including Columbus Landmarks. The c1878 Italianate at 100 Jefferson Ave. is currently undergoing a complete restoration as an Ohio Historic Tax Credit project and will serve as our workshop work site.
Free parking is available in spaces to the north and south of the Jefferson Avenue Carriage House accessible from N. 11th St. or in the lot on the SW corner of Jefferson Ave. and Long St.
Columbus Landmarks Foundation and Friends of Green Lawn Cemetery are pleased to offer seasonal tours that focus on both the art of Green Lawn Cemetery and the botanical features of this very special park. Green Lawn is Central Ohio’s preeminent 19th century cemetery, reflected in roots to the Cemetery Beautiful Movement in New England. Green Lawn Cemetery encompasses more than 200 years of Columbus history, stories, and architectural preferences, and is home to champion trees, diverse old growth species, and wildlife.
The spring walk with a naturalist and a historian will be held on Sunday, April 30, 2 pm-4 pm.
Meet at the Huntington Chapel, located past the office at the end of the road. Tickets are $10 for Friends of Green Lawn and/or Columbus Landmarks Foundation members and $15 for non-members.