Thurs, Nov 10, 7:30 at Barlow Community Center. Dr. Erik Chaput discusses role of black abolitionists on Ohio’s fight to end slavery.
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Our all-volunteer group provides programming to raise awareness about issues of current concern as well as events that helped shape Hudson as it exists today. We publish a monthly e-newsletter, conduct workshops and field trips, and host monthly meetings that feature local preservationists, historians and craftsmen. We also co-sponsor the Cleveland Restoration Society’s Heritage Home Program, an initiative focused on helping Hudson homeowners with repairing and maintaining their older homes.
As Hudson Heritage Association looks to the future, we continue to see a vibrant organization that offers engaging and relevant programs; is serving new markets through educational outreach; and is recognized and respected as the go-to organization for activities that preserve and celebrate the aesthetic appeal, sense of place, streetscape and architecture of Hudson. Your membership support helps make all of these things happen. If you are interested in the historic side of Hudson, we think you would enjoy being part of our group!
On behalf of Hudson Heritage Association, we sincerely thank you for your interest, your participation and your voice in preserving the historic beauty of our city. Become a member or renew your membership today! HHA is a 501c-3 organization, so your membership donation is tax-deductible. Also, HHA appreciates matching gifts made by employers to match its employees’ charitable contributions. Procedures vary with each company, so inquire with your HR department.