Last Chance! Preservation: Plain & Simple

Preservation: Plain & Simple Conference | May 1, 2015 from 8AM – 4:30 PM

REGISTER NOW for the Preservation: Plain & Simple Conference, to be held THIS FRIDAY at the Holiday Inn Downtown in Lincoln!

Are you an architect or a planning professional? Earn Continuing Education Learning Units! Four of the sessions will provide you with APA credits, and all of the sessions have been certified to give you AIA credits. Seven of the sessions qualify for the category of health/safety/welfare. For more information about the sessions, visit our website.

In addition to providing a wonderful opportunity to glean knowledge from some top experts in their fields, we will also provide a continental breakfast, a buffet lunch of chicken and linguine with a number of sauces plus dessert, and snacks at the morning and afternoon breaks! It is important to keep hydrated and fuel the brain. We will help keep you going strong for a day filled with learning!

There will also be a reception April 30, 2015, from 5:30 to 8 at the Grand Manse, 129 North 10th Street, Lincoln, NE. The reception will be held in the historic courtroom, now called the Grand Hall.  Come mingle with other attendees while enjoying complimentary wine and beer, and snacks to nosh. Glacial Till has generously donated wine and Blue Blood Brewery is graciously providing us with donated beer for this fun-filled event. We will have some hearty appetizers to offer as well, including stromboli, meatballs, cheese and meat platters, fresh fruit, and chips and spinach and artichoke dip.

When you do attend these events, share your experiences on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using the hashtag #PlainandSimple2015.

See you on Friday!

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