The Landmark Society of Western New York will share the outcomes of their historic building inventory, including a history of the hamlet and specific recommendations on how Port Gibson’s architecture can be used as a resource for the community’s development. The event will take place Tuesday, July 23 at 6 p.m. at Port Gibson Fire Hall, 2939 Greig Street, Port Gibson. This one-hour presentation is free and open to the public.
Port Gibson has experienced much change over the years,” said Jaylene Folkins, town of Manchester council member. “These survey results will give community members a chance to learn more about the history, architecture and development of the area, and where we are headed in the future.”
For more information, contact Jaylene Folkins at (585) 225-1740, ext. 2.
The Landmark Society of Western New York’s mission is to protect the unique architectural heritage of our region and promote preservation & planning that fosters healthy, livable, and sustainable communities.