Columbus Landmarks 2023 February Newsletter

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Columbus KTC Buddhist Center
We have a wonderful members-only program at the Columbus KTC Buddhist Center. Join us from 5:30 - 7:00 PM, Thursday 2/16 to learn more about how the center has stayed committed to Franklinton after an arson attack destroyed their original building. Pre-registration is required and can be completed HERE  ►REGISTER


February's Fight for Our Henderson House
Columbus Landmarks leadership, members, and former board members have been working tirelessly together to save the Henderson House from a current  redevelopment proposal calling for its demolition. You can read about these efforts in The Columbus Dispatch and Columbus Underground. We have updated our Atlas to reflect this property being in eminent danger. You can learn more about our Atlas of Columbus Landmarks ►HERE 


Serving OHC's Grant Initiatives
Columbus Landmarks' CEO, Dr. Kemper, was recently asked to serve as a grant reviewer for the Ohio History Connection funding initiatives relating to historic preservation and museum collections. You can learn more about Ohio History Connection's funding opportunities ►HERE


Franklin Park Civic Association
Columbus Landmarks will be at the Franklin Park Civic Association to talk about Columbus Landmarks' Home Preservation programs & resources on February 28 at 6:30 PM. Learn more about it and how to attend either in person or virtually ►HERE


In-Person Window Workshops Continue 2023
Columbus Landmarks Preservation Director, Susan Keeny, and Advocacy Chair, Cole Moffatt, demonstrated DIY techniques for leaded window repair to a sold out workshop earlier this year. Attendees gained hands-on experience and had a blast. You can learn more about upcoming events and see how things are going on our website or by following us on ►FACEBOOK


OHC Supports Black History
Ohio History Connection has an exciting program lineup, starting on February 18, to celebrate Black History across many sites in the state. You can learn more about their events and purchase tickets ►HERE


Gateway Film Center's Pioneers
Throughout January, February and March, the Gateway Film Center is hosting a rare chance to view historic Black cinema with live musical performances throughout the series. You can learn more about this important offering to Columbus ►HERE





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57 Jefferson Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43215


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