PHW Announces Spring 2013 Lecture Series

PHW is pleased to announce it has launched a series of educational lectures for 2013. Bring your own lunch or buy a boxed lunch in advance through PHW and join us at noon for these free seminars.

All lectures will be held at the main floor conference room located off the upper parking lot at the Lewis-Jones Knitting Mill, 126 N. Kent Street, Winchester, VA unless otherwise noted. Additional parking is available at the George Washington Autopark, 131 N. Kent Street.

March 14th
“How to Stay Warm and Retain Historic Integrity with Modern Storm Windows”
Jay Reyher, President, Quanta Technologies (manufacturers)
This lecture is approved for 1.00 hours of LU and HSW credits through AIA.

April 16th
“How to Repair and Restore Historic Brick and Mortar”
Leroy Danforth, Architectural Outreach Manager, The Brick Industry Association
This lecture is approved for 1.00 hours of LU and HSW credits through AIA.

May 7th
“The Virginia Department of Historic Resources; Putting Virginia‚Äôs History to Work”
David Edwards and Joanie Evans, Virginia Department of Historic Resources

May 15th
“How to Utilize State and Federal Historic Tax Credits”
John Willingham, Developer and Winchester City Council President
To be held in the basement bar of the Knitting Mill, 126 N. Kent Street