For information on the celebration, see www.fxva.com/275/
Sue Kovach Shuman, one of our students, is an intern with Fairfax 275, and she has been working on a Neighborhood History Project. Check it out!
If you do go to the celebration, please stop by, check out our booth and chat with us.
Hello everyone! Registration is already open for the Fall 2017 semester. Here is the quick list of courses we are offering as part of the program for the upcoming semester:
HIS 181 – Introduction to Historic Preservation (hybrid course) – Professor Dluger (Thursday nights, Reston center)
HIS 183 – Survey of Museum Practice – Professor Dluger (Monday nights, Loudoun campus)
HIS 190 – Coordinated Internship – Professor Duger
HIS 205 — Local History – Professor Bertsch (Tuesday nights, Loudoun campus)
HIS 218 – Introduction to Digital History (online)– Professor Evans
If you are interested in these courses, please sign-up as soon as possible.
Feel free to reach out to either Professor Dluger (email@example.com) or Professor Evans (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
More details to follow.
Prince William county historic preservation announces summer events. Check out these activities!
Coming this Summer to PWCHPD