Come get into the preservation spirit at our next Preservation Libations on October 9!
Join Preserve Arkansas at Hardin and Grace Law Firm in the historic Owens Funeral Home in North Little Rock for beer, wine, and Halloween-themed snacks while you tour the building and hear stories from the owners, architect, and contractor who worked together to bring it to its current purpose. >>MORE INFO
Join us for an innovative educational program– “Dollars and Sense of Historic Preservation,” held at the Argenta Branch of the William F. Laman Public Library in North Little Rock. The program featured Donovan Rypkema, a national expert in the areas of economics of historic places as well as presentations on the economic potential of historic building rehabilitation, neighborhood and downtown revitalization, discussions about important tools and resources available to help redevelop historic properties, and an update on recent changes to real estate legislation in Arkansas. >>MORE
Behind Barbed Wire: Southeast Arkansas’s WWII Homefront Heritage
Join Preserve Arkansas on November 7 for a day-long journey through southeast Arkansas to explore Arkansas’s Home Front Heritage. Arkansas played an important role during World War II as the location of three prisoner of war and two Japanese American internment camps. The physical remains of these sites provide a glimpse into history and what life might have been like for the people who were confined there. >>Learn more HERE
The Preservation Libations Mix-Off event was held on June 25 at the Albert Pike Memorial Temple in downtown Little Rock.
Congratulations to the winners of the FIRST Preservation Libations Master Mix-Off!
More than just saving old buildings, historic preservation offers unique economic and quality of life benefits to Arkansas. Preserve Arkansas works to build stronger communities by reconnecting Arkansans to our heritage and empowering people to save and rehabilitate historic places.