Preservation Celebration: 50 Years of Historic Preservation in Cambridge

Wed, 11/13/2013 - 6:00pm - 8:30pm

This event is sold out

VIP Reception and Event
 
5-8:30 pm
 
$150 per person
 
Event 6-8:30 pm $35 per person

At the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center
41 Second Street Cambridge, Mass.

November 13, 2013 is the 50th anniversary of the first meeting of our sister organization, the Cambridge Historical Commission. To celebrate this milestone, the Historical Society is planning a gala celebration of the preservation movement in our fair city and an exhibit at the Multi-Cultural Arts Center.

To be placed on the wait list, please contact info@cambridgehistory.org  

SPEAKERS

Tod Beaty President of the Cambridge Historical Society
Robert Rettig Member of the original staff of the Cambridge Historical Commission
Jim Rafferty Cambridge Lawyer
Charles Sullivan Executive Director of the Cambridge Historical Commission

SPONSORS: 

The Cambridge Savings Bank
Hammond Residential Real Estate

Irving House at Harvard
Shawmut Design and Construction

• Beal and Company, Inc.
• The Cambridge Homes
• Cambridge Seven Associates
• Cambridge Trust Company
• Lesley University
• Prellwitz Chilinski Associates
• Thayer-Christenson, LLC

• A Bed and Breakfast in Cambridge
• Bonny’s Landscape Services, Inc.
• Cambridge Brewing Company
• Cambridge Landscape Company, Inc.

• Capizzi and Company, Inc.

SPECIAL THANKS: 

50 for 50 Artists
• Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center
• Cambridge Savings Bank Street Team

50 for 50 PHOTO EXHIBIT:

Our Preservation Celebration will also feature the launching of our 50 for 50 Photo Contest. The photo exhibit (up from October 24 through November 22) will be the 50 best pictures submitted to our photo contest that show the things that make Cambridge such a great place to live and work. We’re looking for photos of the things that you could say “Cambridge wouldn’t be Cambridge without…” What do you think is a uniquely Cambridge place or institution? What makes this city your home?

For more info or to enter the 50 for 50 Photo Contest: visit cambridgehistory.org/50for50