Preservation Month coming in May
May is National Preservation Month, when local preservation and civic organizations spotlight their preservation programs and heritage tourism. The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s theme is People Saving Places. Historic place-savers pour their time, energy, and resources into protecting places they care about, often without recognition. Preservation Month 2023 is for them—a national high-five to everyone doing the great work of saving places in hopes that it will inspire and empower others to do the same.
Below is a list of events and activities sponsored by the City of Round Rock Historic Preservation Program, Round Rock Preservation, The Williamson Museum, the Texas Historical Commission, and the National Trust for Historical Preservation. Also be sure to check out the City of Round Rock’s social media for more!
April 28: National Historic Marker Day.
May 6: Pioneer Day at Old Settlers Park. The Williamson Museum presents a day of pioneer crafts, food and demonstrations for children at Old Settlers Park from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
May 9: Lunch and Learn: The Walsh Family and the Round Rock White Lime Co. Noon-1:00 p.m. at the Baca Center.
May 20: Historic Downtown Walking Tour time/location TBD.
The Center Art Club will have an exhibit in the Baca Center Lobby.
Round Rock Preservation will have an exhibit in the new library’s third floor display case.
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