Columbus Landmarks 2023 March Newsletter


2023 Most Endangered Sites Nominations
We are taking nominations for the 2023 Most Endangered Sites! Our Columbus Landmarks family is vital in our fight to preserve our historic buildings. If you know of a building that is in danger, make sure you let us know by nominating the building. Nominations can be submitted on our website  ►HERE


2023 Ed Lentz Prize Applications

Applications for the Ed Lentz prize will be open mid-March! Stay tuned on social media for more information.

The Ed Lentz prize is awarded to projects that promote better understanding of the history, architecture and/or importance of historic preservation in Columbus.


Franklin Park Civic Association
Columbus Landmarks was recently at the Franklin Park Civic Association to talk about our Home Preservation programs & resources on Tuesday, February 28th at 6:30 PM. Learn more about it ►HERE


Spring Term at Building Arts Studio
Warm weather is headed our way, which means that our Preservation Director, Susan Keeny, will be starting another term with the Building Arts Studio at Fort Hayes, this month! You can learn more about our Building Arts Studio on our website ►HERE


CMC State of Downtown Talk
Our very own Sam Rosenthal was part of this informative panel discussing the live-work scene here in Columbus. Come out to support CMC and those working for the vibrancy of our city! ►HERE


OHC Supports Women’s History Month
Ohio History Connection has an exciting program line-up, starting on Saturday, March 11, to celebrate Women’s History Month here in Ohio! You can learn more about their events and purchase tickets ►HERE

Gateway Film Center's Pioneers
Catch the last of the Gateway Film Center’s Pioneers program celebrating 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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Columbus, Ohio 43215


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