The weather is supposed to be beautiful this weekend so get outside and count some butterflies during the NABA Memorial Day Count! There is no real time requirement so easy to do during your bar-b-que! butterflies.naba.org/... See MoreSee Less
Please register by Friday, April 14, 2017 to be listed on the Gala invitation. Gala Ticket Levels Diamond Benefactor: $750 Benefactor: $500 Patron: $300 Steward: $175 Purchase Your Tickets Here Raffle Tickets also available for ‘Getaway Week on Nantucket’ Only 250 will be sold! $100 per ticket 100% of the proceeds go to the Conservancy. More Information Here Light Fare by Thank You to our 2017 Corporate Sponsors: Platinum Gold Silver Bronze
Historic Preservation Lecture Finding Beauty in the Ordinary: Rarities from the Lower Merion Township Building & Planning Archives Starting in the 1920s, Lower Merion Township kept plans for nearly every building project in the Township on record. In addition to homes and commercial buildings, these archives give unique insight into uniquely 20th-century building types. This illustrated lecture will present highlights from the Building & Planning Department archives, coupled with historic photographs from the Lower Merion Historical Society and the context of the present day. This will be a unique opportunity to view local architectural treasures of the 20th century that haven’t been seen for decades! Greg Prichard is Lower Merion Township’s staff Historic Preservation Planner. A native of Wayne, Greg has served on the Board of the Radnor Historical Society since 2007. In addition to his work at the Township, he operates a design consultancy focusing on the design of and research for interpretive signs for historic sites and trails. He earned a Master’s Degree in Historic Preservation Planning from Cornell University in 2011, where the subject of his thesis was the train stations of the Main Line between Overbrook and Paoli, now being adapted into a book. **Please note the location of this event at Saint Asaph’s Church in Bala Cynwyd. Register for “Finding Beauty in the Ordinary” here! Thank You to our Historic Preservation Lecture Event Sponsor:
Enjoy a beautiful evening and casual picnic in Rolling Hill Park with Conservancy’s members, volunteers, board of directors and staff. The Annual Meeting allows members to elect a slate of candidates to our Board of Directors. In preparation for the Annual Meeting, and according to our bylaws, the Governance Committee proposes the following members be elected to the Board of Directors: Slate of Nominees to the Board of Directors: Please visit as we get closer to the event for more information about our slate of nominees Register for the Annual Members’ Picnic and Meeting!