ARCH Showcases City's "Built Heritage"
"Fort Wayne Railroad History," the second installment in ARCH, Inc.'s Fun and Free Lecture Series tales place this Saturday, February 22nd, at the downtown public library.
Preserving buildings also preserves the stories that they represent, says ARCH's executive director, Connie Haas Zuber. "We experience our personal history through the art of architecture, the history of our culture and the history of our world."
Earlier this month, WBOI's Julia Meek sat down with Connie to discuss just how our past makes our present and future better and how our "built heritage" connects us with our community.
ARCH, Inc. 2020 Fun & Free Lecture Series @ Downtown Public Library, Fort Wayne
Saturday, February 22nd: Fort Wayne Railroad History
Saturday, March 21st: Historic Preservation by the Numbers
Saturday, April 18th: The Underground Railroad in Indiana
Saturday, May 9th: Homes of the Fort Wayne Rich and Famous
All lectures begin at 11:00 am
For more information, visit the ARCH website.