Capitol Hill Restoration Society, (Old) House Expo, Sunday October 16th
(I heard about this via a side conversation at a meeting last night. It's something I've recommended preservation groups do for years and years. Years ago we went to one in Philadelphia, sponsored by their local preservation organization. The Historic Chicago Bungalow Association has similar kinds of events, but I've never been fortunate enough to attend. There are also for-profit )
From the CHRS website:
On Sunday, October 16, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., CHRS will hold a free House Expo at the Eastern Market North Hall, featuring over 30 home service exhibitors. Vendor registrations are still being accepted.Converse with experts that can help you enhance your home. Talk with architects and interior designers about possibilities for your home; learn the latest in energy conservation; and meet contractors, roofers, and ironworkers. Thinking about a new garden? Stop by the local landscapers table. Want to improve your indoor climate? Meet with window repair, solar installation, tuck-pointing or HVAC experts. Need a home inspection or ways to protect your home? Drop by to chat with home inspection, mold/termite contractors, and home security professionals. Have you ever wondered about the history of your historic home? Let researchers explain what they can offer you. Be sure to save time for informative speakers discussing ways to improve or repair your home and to visit the other exhibitors at the 2016 Expo.Exhibitors can contact Chuck Burger for table registration: firstname.lastname@example.org/202-258-5316(c).
Volunteers, please contact Michelle Carroll: email@example.com/202-421-8698(c).
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