Step 1: REGISTER
Step 2: PAY
Step 1: REGISTER
Step 2: PAY
Please complete the following form to register for the 2019 Local History and Historic Preservation Conference, October 25-26 in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
After the form is submitted you will be directed to the payment page.
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CHOOSE REGISTRATION TYPE:
Friday & Saturday - $155
Friday only $90
Saturday only $85
Student Rate - Friday and Saturday $70
Student Rate - One day only $40
After submitting the Registration Form you will be directed to the payment page where member discounts will be applied
After submitting the Registration Form you will be directed to the payment page where member discounts are taken.
Friday Breakfast and Plenary
Saturday Breakfast and Round Table Discussions
Please inform us of any food allergies
One-hour conference sessions are available for all to attend on a first come basis the day of the conference. Attending sessions provides the flexibility to attend up to 6 presentations over two days.
Friday Morning 9:15 - 10:15 am
Historic Wood Windows: Challenges and Opportunities
Our Diverse Collective History: Underrepresented Communities
Our Tribal Neighbors: Indian Nations of Wisconsin
Board Relationships and Recruitment
Friday Morning 10:45 - 11:45 am
Small but Mighty Rehabilitation Projects
Community Partnerships to Interpret Difficult Subjects: Slavery in Wisconsin
Stewarding Your Members
Friday Afternoon 1:30 - 2:30 pm
Historical Significance & Minority Groups: a Civil Rights Case Study
Public Outreach at Aztalan
Museum Exhibit Design: Smaller Museums and Smaller Budgets
Instagram 101: Make Instagram Work for You
Friday Afternoon 3:00 - 4:00 pm
Preservation in your Community with Northern Bedrock Historic Preservation
Preservation Beyond the Historic District
Everyone a Creative: Fostering Creativity in History
Oral History Roots: Development of the LGBTQ+ Archive at UW
Saturday morning 9:15 - 10:15 am
Upstairs Downtown: Living Above the Store
Building & System Performance and Efficiency in Historic Structures
Nobody is Visiting Us: So What!
History, the Public, and why they Both Matter
Saturday morning 10:45 - 11:45 am
Economic Power of Revitalizing Main Street
What is Archaeology?
Moving Collections: A Curator's Story of Success and Survival
Telling Her Stories: Using the 19th Amendment to do better Women's History
The following workshops have filled and are not available:
Historic Preservation Commission Workshop, Box-Making for Museum Objects, Substitute Materials and Compatible New Construction, Digital Records Basics, Making Sense of Archival Collections, Developing a Collections Management Policy, Planning and Implementing Your Oral History Project, and Papers, Pictures and Patrons: Making the Most of Archives.
Please consider attending one of the open conference sessions.
FRIDAY MORNING WORKSHOPS 9:15 am - 11:45 am
Care and Maintenance of Local Government Records
Hire for Culture
The Box-Making for Museum Objects workshops has bet it's maximum.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Custom Product Development for Museums
The Digital Records Basics workshops and the Making Sense of Archival Collections workshop have reached capacity are is not available.
SATURDAY MORNING WORKSHOPS 9:15 - 11:45 am
Building Sustainable Collaborations with Native Nations
The Developing a Collections Management Policy and the Papers, Pictures and Patrons workshop is filled.
The Wisconsin Journey Tours on Thursday and Saturday have met their limit and are no longer available.
Lake Geneva Walking Tours on Friday have met their limit and are not longer available.
Thursday, October 24
WI Council for Local History Reception 4:30-6:00 pm $25
Friday, October 25
Student and Young Professionals Meet-Up 7:00-9:00 pm
Saturday, October 26
Lake Geneva Walking Tour, 2:00-3:30 pm $10
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