Tax Credits & Resources for Home Improvements
Nov
8
6:00 PM18:00

Tax Credits & Resources for Home Improvements

Do you own an old house? If you are located in a historic district, you might be one of thousands of Baltimore home-owners eligible for the Maryland Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit program which can provide a substantial tax incentive for maintenance or rehab work on your historic home.

Even if you don't live in a historic district, there are various programs that you or your neighbors can use to maintain or rehabilitate your house (including weatherization retrofits)! Join Eli Pousson, a historian and preservationist at Baltimore Heritage, to learn more!

Planning to attend? RSVP HERE.

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Fall Fix-It Fair
Oct
20
12:00 PM12:00

Fall Fix-It Fair

Fixit Fair is a free event open to the public where you’ll find tools and materials to help you make any repairs you need on clothes, furniture, electrical appliances, bicycles, home appliances, toys, et cetera. You’ll also find expert volunteers, with repair skills in all kinds of fields set up at various stations to assist people with their repairs.

Looking for more information? See full event details here.

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Researching Your Historic Home
Oct
18
6:00 PM18:00

Researching Your Historic Home

How can you research the history of your house or neighborhood? Learn how to use maps, newspapers, directories, and more to answer the little mysteries of your house or discover how your neighborhood came to be.

Eli Pousson, a historian and preservationist at Baltimore Heritage, will be your guide to the essential approaches to researching local history featuring a close look at the history of homes and buildings found in Station North—and the sources you can use to tell the neighborhood's story.

Planning to attend? RSVP HERE.

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Baltimore's History of Redlining and Vacancies
Sep
20
6:00 PM18:00

Baltimore's History of Redlining and Vacancies

How long has Baltimore had a problem with vacant houses? It may be longer than you think. The history of abandoned and vacant buildings in Baltimore is not only a story about people losing their jobs and moving away after World War II.

Eli Pousson, a historian and preservationist at Baltimore Heritage, shares the surprising and frustrating century-long history of how sprawling development and racism have combined to create the vacant housing problem Baltimore—and continue to shape what we are doing about vacant houses today.

Planning to attend? RSVP HERE.

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