Spring 2022 Newsletter - Preservation Week Returns!

02 May 2022 1:38 PM | Web Wrangler (Administrator)

The NPT spring 2022 newsletter is hot off the press
... and available in cool, easy-to-read PDF format HERE.

In this issue:

- PRESERVATION WEEK IS BACK! Preservation Week, NPT's annual public celebration of the city's architectural history and preservation, is back this year on May 20-22 after a two-year pandemic time-out.

This year's theme, "The Mills of Newburyport: The Dream That Ran Out of Steam," turns the spotlight on Newburyport's industrial history. Read all about it, check out the full schedule, mark your calendar ... and then register for your free seats at the context-rich illustrated keynote presentation at the Custom House Maritime Museum 7 p.m. Friday, May 20. (Or skip all that pesky reading and go straight to Eventbrite for your Friday Night FREE SEATS at miilsofnewburyport.eventbrite.com.

- City Council votes to send bank expansion plan back to the Planning Board for reconsideration. At this writing, the new Planning Board hearings --- on the same oversized plan denied and appealed by the Institution for Savings in state Land Court --- are not yet scheduled.  (Read more in the newsletter.)

- Newburyport Preservation Trust Board receives Asset Builder Award. Ten present and former NPT board members were among the recipients of the 2022 Asset Builder Awards from the city's Department of Youth Services, in appreciation of NPTs encouragement of its Next Generation Preservationist interns.  (Read more in the newsletter.)

- Architectural tour of Temple Ahavas Achim at 125th Anniversary Open House on May 5. Temple Ahavas Achim, celebrating its 125th year as a congregation, will offer a guided architectural tour of its historic Washington Street building on Sunday, May 15, 4-6 p.m.  (Read more in the newsletter.)

- Wanted: Passion, vision, & energy. The Newburyport Preservation Trust has openings for new board members passionate about the preservation of Newburyport's authentic period architecture, heritage landscapes, and historic ambiance. (Read more in the newsletter.)

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