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2018 Newsletters

  • April 2018: Preservation Awards, MHC Open House; Fort Negley Update; FY18 Appropriation Bill; Decorative Arts Symposium
  • March 2018: New MHC Commissioners; AA Conference; TSU Marker; Resilient Nashville; HNI 50th Anniversary; Preservation Awards
  • February 2018: Honoring Nashville's African-American History; AA Conference; MHC Foundation; Historic Nashville
  • January 2018: African-American History and Culture Conference; Historic Tax Credit update; Fort Negley events; Historical Marker Project; Popular Historic Destinations in Nashville; Grant Opportunities

2017 Newsletters

  • December 2017: Historical Marker Project; Nashville City Cemetery book; Grant opportunities; Resilient Nashville
  • November 2017: New Commercial Grant Program; Staff Updates; Historic Tax Credits
  • October 2017: Staff Updates; Spooky Tours and Fall Events; 2017 Nashville Nine
  • September 2017: Staff Updates; Commissioner Changes; New Historic Landmark; September Lecture Series
  • August 2017: Staff Updates; Commissioner Changes; Fort Nashborough History Center Opens
  • July 2017: THC Certificate of Merit; Lectures and Lunches; Fort Negley Community Day
  • June 2017: MHZC Events: Neighborhood Meetings and Charrettes, Juneteenth Events, Tours of Two Rivers Mansion
  • May 2017: 2017 Preservation Awards, "Nashville History" Spring Lecture Series Continues, Memorial Day Dash
  • April 2017: "Nashville History" Spring Lecture Series, "Witness Walls" Public Dedication of Art
  • March 2017: Old House Fair, Call for Nominations: 2017 Preservation Awards, Spring Lectures
  • February 2017: Meet Our New Commissioner, Conference on African-American History and Culture, Old House Fair, Call for Nominations
  • January 2017: New Historic Landmarks, Conference on African-American History and Culture, Nashville Predators to host Music Row Preservation Night

2016 Newsletters

  • December 2016: National Register Update, Nashville Conference on African-American History and Culture
  • November 2016: Historic Preservation 101, Nashville Nine Announced, Lectures and Anniversary Events
  • October 2016: Living History at the Nashville City Cemetery, Nashville Nine, Preservation Easement Workshop
  • September 2016: National Register Update, New Historic Landmarks on the Way, Taste of Wedgewood-Houston
  • August 2016: Meet the Interns and New Commissioners, Endangered Sites Lists, Plan to Play
  • July 2016: National Register News, Meet the Interns, Many Master Plans, Endangered Sites Lists
  • June 2016: National Register News, Buchanan's Station, A New Vision for Music Row
  • May 2016: Preservation Awards, Memorial Day Dash
  • April 2016: Preservation Awards, A History of Music Row, National Register News
  • March 2016: Old House Fair, Preservation Awards, Lunch and Learn
  • February 2016: Mayor Barry Visits Sunnyside, African-American History and Culture Conference, Old House Fair
  • January 2016: African-American History and Culture Conference, Old House Fair

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