The Ohio Origins of National Coming Out Day (October 11th)
Did you know one of the founders of National Coming Out Day (October 11th) is an Ohioan? Read her story and about the origins of NCOD!
Co-sponsored by the Ohio History Connections’ State Historic Preservation Office. Engage in meaningful conversations focused on the economics of historic preservation, new ideas in creative placemaking, and innovations for evolving communities. Participate in focused tours of Dayton and its historic neighborhoods, districts, and landmarks.
Taking place in the historic Dayton Arcade October 10-12, 2023, the conference offers 28 sessions on a wide variety of historic preservation and downtown revitalization topics, plus tours and the full-day Commission Assistance and Mentoring Program (CAMP®) training, offered by the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions (NAPC), that helps build strong local preservation programs and leaders.
Hear from local, regional and national experts on the importance of revitalizing whole neighborhoods and cities, and the importance of local economies to quality of life.
SHPO led sessions about the National Register of Historic Places program, Rehabilitation Investment Tax Credits and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act are among the topics to be. You’ll gain firsthand insights on how these tools and resources can be leveraged to fuel community growth, while simultaneously preserving the rich history that defines Ohio’s towns and cities.
See you in Dayton!