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Event Date:
June 27 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Location:
Historic Harrisburg Resource Center,
1230 N 3rd St,
Harrisburg


JOIN US TONIGHT AT 6PM ON FACEBOOK LIVE: (3) Historic Harrisburg Association | Facebook

The devastating flood of June 1972 triggered the historic preservation movement in Harrisburg, with Shipoke as the most vivid example. Co-sponsored by HHA and the Shipoke Neighborhood Association, join us at 6 PM on Monday, June 27th for this fascinating look at how the flood affected Harrisburg and the great work in preservation and development that occurred as a result!

This program is FREE to the public and available both in-person and virtually.

The in-person viewing of this program will be held at the Historic Harrisburg Resource Center: 1230 N. 3rd Street, Harrisburg.

Or you can join us on Facebook Live!

 

****Historic Harrisburg Association will also conduct a brief annual meeting for the purposes of electing officers and directors and approving bylaw amendments. All dues-paying HHA members are eligible to vote. ****

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