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Past Public Programs & Events
Click on each year icon above to see the programs of that year. More information about programs from previous years are on their way. Please also check out the past programs of the Neighborhood Preservation Center.
Sunday November 11, 2012 on the site of Peter Stuyvesant's bouwerie
Teams started at Jimmy's No. 43
Breakfast Talk with Randy Wood
October 26, 2012 at Neighborhood Preservation Center
In anticipation of the Neighborhood Preservation Center’s 13th Birthday, Edelman Sultan Knox Wood /Architects partner Randy Wood discussed the details of the restoration and adaptive reuse of the Ernest Flagg Rectory after the 1988 fire (photos). Co-sponsored with the New York Preservation Archive Project.
October 6 and 7, 2012 at Neighborhood Preservation Center
The Landmark Fund presented the updated presentation of our Building History Project (photos). The project documents the physical and social evolutions of the Historic Ernest Flagg Rectory from construction to present day (pdf of the presentation). We also hosted talks between Alexis Stephens, Program Administrator of the Landmark Fund, and two guest speakers:Patricia Lee, Director of CodeGreen Solutions, presented two projects that CodeGreen has worked on as green building consultants to historic buildings, including the International Toy Building (200 Fifth Avenue), the first landmarked building in NYC to achieve LEED Core & Shell Gold status.The Lower East Side Ecology Center's Rebecca Krauss discussed "EcoBizNYC", which helps small businesses in the East Village and Lower East Side reduce air pollution and environmental impacts while saving money in their day-to-day operations. There are currently 210 participating businesses!
Sacred Sites Open House Weekend
Sunday, May 20, 2012 at St. Mark's Church
St. Mark's Church In-the-Bowery and the St. Mark's Historic Landmark Fund participated in the New York Landmarks Conservancy's 2nd Annual Sacred Sites Open House weekend, welcoming visitors to tour the buildings and grounds of St. Mark's. This was an opportunity for visitors to learn about the progress on the West Yard Arch and Fence project.