With a mission to advocate for the preservation of historically significant structures,
"It changes every single month," Knox Heritage Education Director
The upcoming guests are
According to Cook, the organization hosted Preservation Network meetings for over a decade, before stopping in 2011. They're now getting the program going again in their new home.
"When we moved back here we kind of wanted to reboot the whole thing, so this is our second one since we've come back."
Cook recommends anyone interested in historical preservation come out for the event.
"Everything is geared toward the historic house, and building and how to maximize the most potential out of that building ... What people can take away from it is that there is free advice and free technical assistance when it comes to historic buildings, and there's a strong network of people that are doing this every day."
Admission is free and open to the public. It begins at
Parking is available next door at
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