Each Breakfast With a Preservation event features a presentation or a moderated discussion about a specific topic. Past sessions have included a presentation on historic preservation in Cuba, an audience-participation conversation about the best Modern buildings in Minneapolis, and a panel discussion about Riverside Plaza (Cedar Square West).
Preserve Minneapolis hosts Breakfast With a Preservationist every other month (with Happy Hour With a Preservationists taking place in the alternate months). All events are free and open to the public; they are typically held from 8am to 9 am in the ADM Conference Room at the Mill City Museum. And, yes, there is breakfast: pastries and coffee are available, though we do ask for a donation to help cover the costs.
Stone is the most time-honored material that has formed architecture from earliest times, and is the most durable building material. Architects Charles Liddy, FAIA (Miller Dunwiddie) and Bob Mack, FAIA (MacDonald & Mack) will present their working experience in curation of the material in their practice of historic preservation.
Coffee and bakery items will be available, as will the usual great questions and commentary from our local stone restoration experts!
When: Wednesday, February 26th, from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Where: Mill City Museum, 710 2nd Street South ADM Room, 6th Floor
Cost: This event is FREE!