2020 Preservation Awards and Annual Meeting
Grace Memorial Chapel, Silver Bay
Saturday, September 19, 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Each year, AARCH honors individuals, businesses, communities and organizations who exemplify the best of preservation in the Park.
This year our Awards Event will be celebrated along with our annual meeting to be held at the Grace Memorial Chapel on Sabbath Day Point on Silver Bay near Lake George. Grace Memorial Chapel was first organized as a non-denominational Christian place of worship on August 11, 1884. In 1984, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places because of its age, its beauty, and the fact the intricate design work is attributed to the prominent New York architect William B. Tuthill, the designer of the Carnegie Hall. In 2008, the chapel received our Preservation Award for their stained glass restoration project. This year, our featured speaker is one of the country’s most prominent preservation architects, John Mesick.
Come hear John’s story, meet the AARCH staff, board of directors, and fellow members.
The gathering will be followed by light refreshments on the porch overlooking Lake George.
The meeting begins at 1:00 pm and will end around 3:00 pm. The event is free to AARCH members and guests. Kindly RSVP to AARCH.
This is always a highlight of our year — you won’t want to miss it!
Registration is required and tickets are available from the AARCH store HERE. Sponsorship opportunities also available.