Monthly Archives: April 2014

Vote to help Memphis Heritage – First Tennessee 150

Calling all supporters of Memphis Heritage! Please take a moment to visit the First Tennessee Foundation – 150 Days of Giving and vote for Memphis Heritage to help us win a $5,000 grant. Go to www.150daysofgiving.com, search for “Memphis Heritage” and vote for us! You can vote for up to 10 organizations, once a day, every day until we all win! Votes submitted starting ...

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Just look at the TN Brewery untapped!

WOW let’s hear it for a terrific TN Brewery Untapped team…way to make a City proud and breathe new life into this amazing historic structure! The TN Brewery Untapped team is simply amazing….dedication, hard work and community build…creating a cool space to come and enjoy lunch a locally brewed beer and dinner. Opening this Thursday April 24 at 11am. BE ...

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2014 Statewide Preservation Conference

TPT Annual Conference Germantown, Tennessee May 1 – 3, 2014 June West, Executive Director of Memphis Heritage will be speaking at the Tennessee Preservation Trust’s Statewide Preservation Conference. Since 2000, the Tennessee Preservation Trust’s Statewide Preservation Conference has brought together heritage supporters from across the state for educational sessions, tours, and networking opportunities. The annual conference travels around the state ...

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Fifth Annual Shelby County History Festival

Sunday, April 27, 2014 • Noon until 5:00 pm Meet Members of over 25 historically oriented organizations and learn about opportunities to get involved. View displays of historic artifacts. Purchase memberships to local organizations, history books and other historically relevant merchandise. “Tennessee on the Brink” (An 1860 Living History Event) will be happening within walking distance of the Shelby County ...

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Memphis Heritage To Regroup The “Young Heritage” Program

Memphis Heritage will be regrouping our “Young Heritage” program soon, contact us if you are interested in becoming a part of the future of Historic Preservation! For an interesting take on how preservation is developing, read this article by Michael R. Allen: The Pro-Development, Anti-Historic Preservationist How the Business of Saving Buildings Is Changing CLICK HERE TO READ MORE: http://nextcity.org/forefront/view/the-pro-development-anti-historic-preservationist

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Demonstration of Historic Recipes from Justine’s

A big Thankyou to the Chef’s! More to follow from the Memphis Heritage Kitchen!

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