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Events and Programs

From an award-winning conference to a sold-out lecture series, the Historical and Historic Zoning Commissions offer a variety of programs to educate and inspire the public.

For over thirty years, the Historical Commission and Tennessee State University have celebrated the contributions of African-Americans to Nashville and Tennessee through the Nashville Conference on African-American History and Culture.

The Old House Fair is a FREE day-long festival showcasing new ideas, practical advice, innovative materials, and quality services for owners of historic properties.

For nearly forty years, the Historical Commission has recognized outstanding efforts to preserve Nashville’s historic architecture with its annual Preservation Awards program.

Through 2015, Nashville's Civil War Sesquicentennial, a speakers series, programs, special tours, and events will take place around the city to educate audiences of all ages about Nashville’s role during the war as the "Occupied City".

Other programs include Know Nashville and Lunch-n-Learn brown bag sessions--check back often to see What's New!