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$10 – $20

Webinar Series: Interpreting the U.S. 250th at Your Site: Where to Begin?

May 24, 2023
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Interpreting the U.S. 250th at Your Site
Webinar Series
Sponsored by Classical American Homes Preservation Trust
May 24: Where to Begin?
June 28: Connecting with Fieldwide Themes
July 19: Workshop Your Ideas$10 AASLH Members / $20 Nonmembers
Per Session$25 AASLH Members / $55 Nonmembers
All Three SessionsThe U.S. 250th anniversary, coming up in 2026, is a crucial opportunity to engage the public in the full sweep of American history. But for many history doers, this is easier said than done. How do you interpret the U.S. 250th at your site or organization, especially if you don’t have an obvious connection to the Revolutionary era? Even if you do have a clear tie to the Revolution, how do you make that history relevant to your audiences? This three-part webinar series will offer best practices in interpretive planning, connections to fieldwide themes for the 250th, and the chance to find inspiration and workshop ideas with fellow practitioners.Attend one, two, or all three webinars. A discount is available to attend all three sessions.

Scholarships to attend all three webinars are available on a first come, first served basis. This scholarship is made possible by support from the Classical American Homes Preservation Trust.

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May 24: Where to Begin?
3 – 4:30 p.m. ET – This session, led by Max van Balgooy (Engaging Places LLC) and Conny Graft (Conny Graft Research and Evaluation), will focus on the basics of interpretive planning, with an eye toward the 250th. Participants will learn the purpose of interpretive planning, its primary components, and about the planning process itself.
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Organizer:

American Association for State and Local History
info@aaslh.org
(615) 320-3203