Graduate students in the University of Maryland’s Historic Preservation program have spent the last semester researching the history of eleven houses in Lyttonsville and North Woodside (and one in Woodside).
You are cordially invited to attend the capstone presentation of this historic house and local community research project, which will take place on Wednesday, December 15th at 7 pm, at Woodlin Elementary School. The students will give brief presentations on the histories of each of the twelve houses in the larger context of the history of these communities, with an emphasis on the most useful historic resources for conducting house histories. This event is sponsored by the Talbot Avenue Bridge Committee.*
Woodlin Elementary School (cafeteria/multi-purpose room)
2101 Luzerne Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Note: Use entrance at left side of building (next to school parking lot)
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTE: Masks will be required, as well as proof of COVID-19 vaccination (or a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 72 hours of the event).
Questions? Contact the Talbot Avenue Bridge Committee
* This activity is not sponsored by, associated with, or endorsed by Montgomery County Public Schools or Montgomery County Government.