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An Evening of Classical Music at Hay House

Enjoy an evening of classical music in the splendor of Hay House, featuring renowned Soprano Krysta Therieau and Luteinist Gregory Hamilton as they perform the “Greatest Hits of 1650.”

Non-Profits 101

Zoom

Tailored specifically to the unique landscape of historic African American resources in Georgia, this class is your gateway to the essentials of establishing and managing a non-profit organization.

Georgia Trust GREEN Workshop

Zoom

Want to improve energy efficiency in your historic property? Join us for this virtual Georgia Trust GREEN workshop.

Spring Ramble 2024

Join us in Athens for a rare opportunity to explore the Classic City's most historic homes and sites.

Spring Stroll Tour of Homes and Gardens

Enchanting homes and gardens await your discovery at Middle Georgia’s premier house and garden event, hosted by Hay House, a property of The Georgia Trust! Explore the exquisite gardens and homes of Macon’s historic Ingleside neighborhood.

Legislative Advocacy Update 2024

Virtual

Join us in reviewing our recent advocacy efforts and learn where things stand with the Georgia Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program.  All are welcome. JOIN ON ZOOM – MAY 10 Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88467243599  (Zoom Meeting ID: 884 6724 3599)

40th Annual Preservation Gala

Enjoy an evening of fine food, cocktails and dancing at the stately home of Jennifer and Marty Flanagan, designed by architect James Means.

2024 Elizabeth Lyon Fellowship Lecture

Virtual

2023 Elizabeth Lyon Fellow, Elizabeth Jones, will discuss the work she has undertaken over the last year, hosting Cemetery Community Cleanup Days with an emphasis on the recovery and recognition of Black history.  All are welcome. JOIN ON ZOOM – MAY 16 Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89529400341 (Zoom Meeting ID: 895 2940 0341)

2024 Neel Reid Lecture

Rhodes Hall 1516 Peachtree Street NW, Atlanta, GA, United States

With the help of the Georgia Trust, 2023 J. Neel Reid scholar Matt Schaefer, embarked on a journey to study Frederick Law Olmsted’s work, his place in the history of landscape design, and how his design techniques can be used to prioritize nature in an increasingly urbanized future. The study took Matt to cities including […]

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