Landmark Columbus Foundation will be hosting a Progressive Preservation Talk from 5 to 7 p.m. tonight at the Helen Haddad Hall in the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic offices on Franklin Street to talk about how communities can be built through preservation.
Taking part in the discussion will be Marsh Davis, President of Indiana Landmarks, the nation’s largest statewide preservation organization and Tiffany Tolbert, associate director of the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund at the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Landmark Columbus is involved in historic preservation projects including North Christian Church, First Christian Church, the Crump Theatre and the former Irwin Union Bank branch at Eastbrook Plaza, now occupied by Lucabe Coffee.
Space is limited. You can register through eventbrite.com.