This year has reminded us that preservation is not just about the places we love, but also the people who connect us to our most important preservation work.
At CPA we have been busy creating new opportunities to connect with our community. We launched an online speaker series featuring talks like David Stradling’s History at the Forward Looking University and a presentation by Margo Warminski on The Oldest Houses of Cincinnati. If you missed these, you can catch up on all the talks and find out about upcoming events on our website. Our annual programs like Fall Forum and Preservation Awards, both online this year as well, gave us a chance to connect with our community in new and exciting ways.
Shown above is the historic Dennison House in Batavia. This fall, CPA took direct action by purchasing this 1833 Greek Revival homestead that had been scheduled for demolition. Stay tuned for more details about this project!
Now more than ever, it is important to find connection. Historic buildings connect us to our shared past and give us a framework to connect with each other. We hope that you will join us for more of our programming over the next few months and consider contributing to our Annual Fund supporting the Cincinnati Preservation Association’s work in the region. Your support is critical to our success. Thank you for considering a gift today.
Help us meet our match!
Margaret and Michael Valentine have offered a $50,000 challenge gift to match annual fund donations received by December 31st. If we meet the match, your annual fund gift will be automatically doubled thanks to their generosity.