Special Event

Preservation Pints - Education, Outreach + Archaeology

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Tuesday, April 9, 2019

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM


Widener Lecture Room, Penn Museum, 3260 South Street


During 2019, DAG’s Preservation Pints series will focus on the four major tenets of the Mayor’s Historic Preservation Task Force. We are delighted to kick the series off with a special event about education, outreach, and archaeology. Thanks to the Penn Museum for hosting. This event is free for the public and will have a cash bar.

Previous DAG Special Events

Archived | 2018-09-19

Preservation Pints at River Wards

Archived | 2018-07-11

Preservation Pints in Callowhill

Archived | 2018-05-08

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Laura Spina

Subcommittee co-chair of the Task Force, Director of Community Planning at Philadelphia City Planning Commission, and DAG Steering Committee member

Patrick Grossi

Subcommittee member of the Task Force, Director of Advocacy at the Preservation Alliance, and DAG Steering Committee member

Doug Mooney

Task Force member, President of the Philadelphia Archaeological Forum, and Senior Archaeologist at AECOM

Lori Salganicoff

Executive Director of the Chestnut Hill Conservancy

Julie Donofrio

Managing Director of PennPraxis, DAG Steering Committee member 

Rebecca Yamin

Urban Aracheologist, author of "Digging in the City of Brotherly Love"