[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2012-02-28
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Tue Feb 28 09:09:36 PST 2012
In this Issue:
1. “Black Pioneers in Early Oregon” Subject of Talk in Bend
2. Oregon’s Most Endangered Places Nominations Due March 26
3. Preservation Roundtables Dates Set Around Oregon
4. Chehalem Cultural Center Seeks Executive Director
“BLACK PIONEERS IN EARLY OREGON” SUBJECT OF TALK IN BEND
Gwen Carr will reveal the largely undocumented history of African
Americans in Oregon beginning at 6 p.m., March 6, at the High Desert
Museum in Bend. In “Black Impact: Perseverance – Black Pioneers in Early
Oregon”, Garr will discuss the period from 1788 through the early 1900s
when, amid black exclusion laws and anti-black sentiment, these pioneers
persevered and thrived, becoming one of the many diverse groups that
make up Oregon as we know it today. For reservations, email
aarbow at highdesertmuseum.org or call (541) 382-4754. For further
information, visit www.highdesertmuseum.org (
http://www.highdesertmuseum.org/ ) .
OREGON’S MOST ENDANGERED PLACES NOMINATIONS DUE MARCH 26
Is there a historic property in your community in danger of being lost
to hard times, development pressures, demolition or neglect? Nominate
it to the list of Oregon’s Most Endangered Places for 2012. Properties
selected list will receive public attention, assistance from the
Historic Preservation League of Oregon (HPLO) to address immediate
threats and develop strategies for preservation and reuse, plus the
opportunity for a small preservation grant.
HPLO will announce the 2012 list during a luncheon at the University
Club in Portlandon May 22. For more information, a nomination form, and
to check on the progress of the 2011 list, visit
PRESERVATION ROUNDTABLES DATES SET AROUND OREGON
“Charting a Future for Oregon's Historic Masonry Buildings: Resilience,
Access, and Economics” is the topic for this year’s series of
Preservation Roundtables beginning in Jacksonville on March 16 from 10
a.m. – 2 p.m.
The Roundtables will provide a forum for gathering input on solutions
for the brick, stone, tile, and concrete block buildings that define
many of Oregon’s historic districts, Main Streets, schools, and
government buildings. Oregon has several thousand such buildings in need
of rehabilitation and retrofitting and the 2012 Roundtable will take a
look at their history, economic value, best practices for reuse, and
develop policy recommendations needed to pass them forward for future
Additional Roundtable sessions will take place in Astoria in May,
Pendleton in June and a wrap up will occur during July in Portland.
Visit www.historicpreservationleague.org/roundTable.php to learn more
about location details and session times, and to register, or contact
Peggy Moretti at (503) 243-1923.
CHEHALEM CULTURAL CENTER SEEKS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Chehalem Cultural Center is seeking a strong, dynamic leader and
effective manager to serve as its Executive Director. This is a unique
opportunity for a skilled leader with a passion for the arts to connect
community and culture in one of Oregon's most livable areas.
Visit www.chehalemculturalcenter.org (
http://www.chehalemculturalcenter.org/ ) for further information.
Visit www.oregon.gov/OPRD/HCD/OHC/Conference.shtml to learn more about
the joint Oregon Heritage Conference / Northwest Archivists Annual
Meeting April 26-28.
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