What We Do

Tuesday, August 10 at 3:30 pm

The “Women in Preservation” virtual speaker series features women from a variety of backgrounds who are working to save Arkansas’s historic places.

Rose Schweikhart is the owner of Superior Bathhouse Brewery in Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas. Rose earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Music specializing in Tuba Performance. The international pursuit of classical music cultivated her love for the characteristic beer styles around the world. In 2011, Rose relocated to Arkansas with a dream to brew beer commercially using the famous Thermal Spring Water in Hot Springs National Park. Her passion for entrepreneurship and historic preservation resulted in invitations to speak in Washington, DC on behalf of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the Small Business Development Centers of America, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Rose Schweikhart
This event is free, but registration is required. Please register in advance.

Upcoming speakers include:

  • September 14 – Dr. Rachel Miller, Pine Bluff
  • October 12 – Laura Hendrix, Little Rock

Watch the October 13th talk with Patricia Blick here.

Watch the November 10th talk with Lisa Skiles and Morganne Weaver here.

Watch the February 9th talk with Mandi Curtwright here.

Watch the March 16th talk with Cheryl L. Batts here.

Watch the April 13th talk with Dr. Ann Ballard Bryan here.

Watch the May 11th talk with Carla Hines Coleman and Tamela Tenpenny-Lewis here.

Watch the June 8th talk with Dr. Ethel Goodstein-Murphree here.

Watch the July 13th talk with Dr. Ruth Hawkins and Paula Miles here.

This project is supported by DEMX Architecture.