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Preservation Awards Banquet (Friday, Oct. 25)

Cobblestone Museum announces new awards for those committed to historic preservation

The Cobblestone Museum is announcing three new historic preservation awards. The honorees represent the very best of what Orleans County stands for and supports in historic preservation, explained Doug Farley, director of the museum. Nominations are being sought at this time and forms are available on the Cobblestone Museum’s website.

“The Cobblestone Society Orleans County Historic Preservation awards allow us to show appreciation to the people who are using historic preservation to safeguard and enhance structures in Orleans County,” Farley said.

They exemplify best practices in the field and demonstrate how preservation is integral to building stronger neighborhoods, boosting local economies and saving the places that are special to all of us. The Historic Preservation Awards celebrate those who work so hard to protect that shared heritage.

Nominations are due by Sept. 1.

Awards will be presented in three categories.

Cobblestone – To recognize outstanding preservation and rehabilitation of a historic cobblestone structure located in Orleans County.
Resident – To honor an Orleans County homeowner who completes rehabilitation/restoration of a 75-year-old or older historic residential structure.
Business – To honor the body of work demonstrated by a business or organization in the preservation, restoration and rehabilitation of historic projects in Orleans County.
For more information about the awards, click here.

The winners and guests will be invited to an awards dinner on Oct. 25 at White Birch, Lyndonville.

Adult Reception. Cash Bar. Limited seating available.

  • October 25, 2024
  • 5:00 pm