Educational Lectures

Bring a lunch and learn with us! Find information here on upcoming live Lunch and Learn lecture events, or catch up with past lectures on YouTube.

2015 Fall Educational Lecture Series

Lectures Bring a lunch and learn with us! All the fall 2015 lectures will be held between noon-1 p.m. at the June E. Jeffrey Education Center at OakCrest Companies, 126 N. Kent Street, Winchester, VA and are free and open to the public.

Nov. 12: "History of Douglas School-Winchester, Virginia"
Presented by Judy Humbert. Mrs. Humbert will talk informally about the history of Frederick Douglas School and the creation of the book she co-authored with June Gaskins-Davis, History of Douglas School Winchester, Virginia: A Tribute to Endurance, Belief, Perseverance, and Success.

Additional Information about the Fall Lectures

Time: Noon-1 p.m. In general, the lectures are followed by a question and answer portion.
Location: June E. Jeffrey Education Center at OakCrest Companies, 126 N. Kent Street, Winchester, VA. The Education Center is at the upper parking lot, in the addition closest to the Winchester Star building.
Parking: There is no parking available at OakCrest. We recommend utilizing the George Washington Autopark at 131 N. Kent St.
Cost: The Lunch and Learn lectures are free and open to the public!
RSVPs: Appreciated but not required.
Questions? or 540-667-3577

2015 Past Educational Lecture Series

February 6th: PHW Presents Check to the Winchester Little Theatre Restoration Campaign
Watch the lecture on YouTube
Blog post with additional information

September 29th: Images and History of Architecture and Industry Along Winchester's Railroads
Presented by PHW Executive Director Sandra Bosley. Encore of the May 16, 2015 presentation at the Handley Library.
Part One
Part Two
Part Three

Oct. 8: "New Techniques to Save Historic Masonry Structures"
Accredited for 1.0 Hour AIA/CES credits
Presented by Andrew Markopoulos of Masonry Solutions International, and Donald Harvey Jr. of Atkinson Noland and Associates
Watch on YouTube

Oct. 22: Two-part lecture "Expansion of the Winchester National Register Historic District" and "National Avenue Corridor Enhancement District"
Presented by Timothy Youmans, Director of Winchester City Planning and Zoning

2014 Educational Lecture Series

February 20th: Winchester National Register Historic District Revision and Possible Expansion
Tim Youmans, Director of Planning for the City of Winchester
Watch the lecture on YouTube
PowerPoint slides (PDF)

March 25th: Vanished Winchester
Sandra Bosley, Executive Assistant for PHW
Watch the lecture on YouTube
Blog post with additional documentation

May 29th: Lime Mortar and Moisture Migration in Historic Structures
David Logan, Vintage, Inc.
Watch the lecture on YouTube

September 23rd: Winchester Little Theatre Restoration
Shirley Echelman, Tim Machado, and David Logan
Watch the lecture on YouTube

October 14th: Partners in Preservation: Shenandoah University and PHW
Gene Fisher and Patricia Zontine

2013 Educational Lecture Series

March 14th: How to Stay Warm and Retain Historic Integrity with Modern Storm Windows

Jay Reyher, President, Quanta Technologies (manufacturers)
Photo Album

April 16th: How to Repair and Restore Historic Brick and Mortar

Leroy Danforth, Architectural Outreach Manager, The Brick Industry Association
Photo Album
PowerPoint slides (PDF)

May 7th: The Virginia Department of Historic Resources: Putting Virginia's History to Work

David Edwards and Joanie Evans, Virginia Department of Historic Resources
Photo Album

May 15th: How to Utilize State and Federal Historic Tax Credits

John Willingham, Winchester City Council President and developer
Watch lecture on YouTube

September 17th: How to Finance Your Historic Preservation Project

Bill Buettin, United Bank
Watch lecture on YouTube

October 3rd: How to Green Your Historic Preservation Project

Chuck Swartz, Reader & Swartz Architects
Watch lecture on YouTube

October 29th: How to Research Your Historic House

Maral Kalbian, local architectural historian
Watch lecture on YouTube

November 12th: How to Restore and Repair Historic Wood Windows

David Logan, Vintage Inc.
Watch lecture on YouTube