FIRST SATURDAY PRESENTATION SERIES: WHAT’S IN A NAME? THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ARROW ROCK’S NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK DESIGNATION
Introduced by Friends of Arrow Rock Preservation Consultant Marty Selby and presented by Mark Buechel, Historical Architect with the National Park Service, this noteworthy and fascinating presentation sheds light on the origins of the Arrow Rock Historic District, what qualified the village for that designation, the benefits of that status—and the responsibility we have as citizens and stewards of the village in order to maintain that fragile standing. The event takes place in the Media Room of the State Historic Site—beginning at 10 am. Seating is limited. Presentation subject to change.