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Timber Point Center Speaker Series
Places that Matter: Conservation, Culture, and Community

APRIL 25 @ 7:15PM: Julian Smith: The Nature and Culture Divide: Challenges and Opportunities. Julian Smith is the Executive Director of the Willowbank School of Restoration Arts and Centre for Cultural Landscape, Ontario, Canada.

MAY 8 @ 7:00PM: Earle Shettleworth, Jr.: Victorian Architecture and Architects in Biddeford, Maine.
 Shettleworth is the Director of the Maine Historic Preservation Commission.

MAY 20 @ 7:00PM: Jane Brox: Place Through Time. Brox is the author of Brilliant, The Evolution of Artifical Light; Five Thousand Days Like this One: An American Family History, et al

MAY 31 @ 10:00AM: Architectural Walking Tour of Biddeford led by Julie Larry, Principal at ttl architect, Portland, Maine; Local Planning Board and Historical Society. Meet at Engine to start the tour. In the event of inclement weather, Ms. Larry will present a slide presentation in the Community Room at McArthur Public Library.

Thanks to Timber Point Center sponsors: Biddeford Savings, Saco Biddeford Savings Institution, Woodman Edmands Danylik Austin Smith & Jacques, Deering Lumber, Furman Gregory Deptula, Maine Association of Planners, ttl Architects, North American Planning Association, McKenney Photography, Purple Barn Design, UNE, and Caleb Johnson Architects.

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