Interested in local history, or the sense of place of where you live? Into architecture? Balancing new construction with the old & historic?
Well, have I, ahem, the invaluable Pasadena Heritage, got a deal for you! If you come get your fill of al the above and more Thursday – 9/19/13 at the Pasadena Central Library – you can have it for FREE! But, you’re right – there’s a catch: seating is limited. Sorry. You know: FCFS (First Come, First Served).
The central figure at this event, Old + New: designing New Buildings in Historic Settings, is author & professor of architecture Steven W. Semes. Among other things he’s known for the book, The Future of the Past: A Conservation Ethic for Architecture, Urbanism, & Historic Preservation.
Need more information? Ok, here’s the small print:
Main event begins at 7pm, but get there early since, I remind you, seats are limited.
So, what say y’all? Are you interested enuf to wanna come out Thursday evening to think about the old & new as they play out on the streets of where you live!
I’m not exactly one of Pasadena Heritage’ active & involved members (despite requests to be otherwise!), but as a staff member once said, “He helps us get our word out.”
Gotta Get The Word Out. Stay Thirsty My Friends!