Historic Shed is proud to co-sponsor and participate in the “Gut Fish, Not Houses: Why and How to Save Your Wood Windows” workshop on April 18 in St. Petersburg, FL. The workshop will feature discussions on historic designation and tax incentives by Aimee Angel of the City of St. Petersburg Historic Preservation Department followed by a presentation entitled “Why Save Historic Windows?” by Jo-Anne Peck of Preservation Resource, Inc. and Historic Shed. Then craftsman Steve Quillian will lead a demonstration on the restoration of historic wood windows. The half-day workshop will inform local historic property owners, preservation professionals, and craftsmen about the repair and replacement of historic windows and will include some great tips to make the process go smoothly. Anyone is welcome to attend!
The event is sponsored by the City of St. Petersburg Historic Preservation Department, the Association for Preservation Technology, St. Petersburg Preservation, Inc., WoodWindowMakeover.com, Preservation Resource, Inc. and HistoricShed.com and is graciously hosted by St. Petersburg’s Historic Shuffleboard Club.
Date: Saturday, April 18, 2009
Time: 1-5 pm
Location: St. Petersburg’s Historic Shuffleboard Club, 559 Mirror Lake Drive, St. Petersburg, FL
For more information contact: Aimee Angel, City of St. Petersburg Historic Preservation (727) 892-5395