Events

  • Second Tour Date Offering - Quarry Gardens at Schuyler
    Thu, Jun 10
    Schuyler
    LIMITED AVAILABILITY, in-person tour of Historic Quarry Gardens at Schuyler. This event is offered free of charge thanks to a generous gift from Board of Director member Alex Ix.
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  • Quarry Gardens at Schuyler Tour
    Thu, May 13
    Schuyler
    LIMITED AVAILABILITY, in-person tour of Historic Quarry Gardens at Schuyler. This event is offered free of charge thanks to a generous gift from Board of Director member Alex Ix. 40 tickets available for 2 tour groups of 20 each.
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  • Overlooked Piedmont Architecture: Mid-Century Modern
    Thu, Mar 18
    Zoom Webinar
    This virtual discussion will consider some of the significant buildings from the “modern” period in the Virginia Piedmont area. Often overlooked, these gems include styles like Art Deco, Streamlined, Roadside, Stripped Classicism, A-Frame, and others.
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  • Preservation Piedmont Annual Meeting
    Thu, Dec 17
    Zoom Meeting
    We invite our members to join us virtually to highlight the achievements of Preservation Piedmont and local preservationists who have done great work despite the challenges that this year has presented. We are also excited to present recipients of this year's grant's program.
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  • 2020 Virtual PAPA
    Wed, Nov 11
    Zoom Webinar
    Though the event has passed, you can watch a recording of our first ever Virtual PAPA Event, a webinar featuring updates from our partners.
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  • Bridge Builders Book Launch
    Thu, Jul 25
    Lighthouse Studio 220 West Market St.
    Bridge Builders, 2001-2016, Charlottesville VA is a compilation of biographies of Drewary Brown and 36 other citizens recognized as building bridges across racial, social, and economic barriers to create a more equitable society. Edited by Kay Slaughter and published by Preservation Piedmont
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  • Tom Tom Festival Partner Event
    Wed, Apr 10
    Common House
    Donovan Rypkema speaking on: A Sense of Place: How Preservation Creates the Future with panelists Ellen Bassett, Ebony Walden, and Overton McGehee
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  • Rescheduled: Pop Up House Tour of Stone's Throw
    Wed, Feb 27
    Stone's Throw House
    Stone's Throw is a 1952 residence in the Meadowbrook Hills neighborhood designed by Edward Durell Stone, who was also the architect for Radio City Music Hall and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City as well as the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Stone's Throw is a private residence that Stone
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