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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

YOUR COMMUNITY'S HISTORY, YOUR COMMUNITY'S FUTURE

Join your neighbors to learn about tools to explore the history of your neighborhood, and how to use that history to strengthen your community. Local experts will share their experiences in using neighborhood history to promote involvement and investment in St. Louis communities. The workshop will include a discussion of successful history projects developed by St. Louis area communities, resources available to research your neighborhood's history, and government programs and incentives to encourage preservation. Neighborhood history workshops will be offered on two dates, with slightly different information targeted towards residents of St. Louis City and St. Louis County. These workshops are free and open to the public.

For more information, call (314) 516-4748 or e-mail lubischerk@umsl.edu
Pre-registration is not required, but the group would appreciate a call or note so they have a general idea of who plans to attend.

To download a flyer visit www.umsl.edu/cpp/neighborhoodhistory

St. Louis City
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
6:30-9:00 p.m.
St. Louis Public Library Carpenter Branch (3309 S. Grand Ave.)

St. Louis County
Thursday, May 8, 2008
6:30-9:00p.m.
126 J.C. Penney Conference Center, University of Missouri--St. Louis (One University Blvd.)

Neighborhood History Workshops are sponsored by the Community Partnership Project of UM--St. Louis, working in cooperation with University of Missouri Extension, and by Landmarks Association of St. Louis Inc. This project is funded, in part, by the Urban Extension Program, a joint project of the University of Missouri Extension and the University of Missouri--St. Louis.

Presenters include Esley Hamilton, Kris Zapalac, Andrew Hurley, Lynn Josse, Andrew Weil and Michael Allen.

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