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Nevada Preservation Foundation's annual Tombstone Tales walking tour of Woodlawn Cemetery is back, but only for two more weekends!

Join NPF as we explore Woodlawn Cemetery, established in 1914, on the National Register of Historic Places, and final resting place of some of Las Vegas' most prolific former residents. Tours available Saturday, October 22; Saturday, October 29, and Sunday, October 30 from 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. and feature a glimpse into the Las Vegas of the past (and a few haunting stories, too)!

Members tickets are only $20, and non-member tickets are $25. 

Read all about it in this article from Fox 5 Las Vegas:

https://www.fox5vegas.com/2022/10/21/nevada-preservation-foundation-hosting-tombstone-tales-las-vegas-oldest-cemetery/?fbclid=IwAR37JQRD5_9qN44PfwaVPCSz9Gpsn4_r7gPcI8OxeedlaAGUWGVvC8P2wdE

 

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THE GAMBLE HOUSE IS NOW OPEN FOR INTERIOR TOURS!
Tours are offered Tuesdays and Thursdays-Sundays. Please view our ticketing calendar for date and time availability by clicking HERE.

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Agenda Now Posted for 2022 Arizona Historic Preservation Conference!

The Arizona Historic Preservation Conference boasts two full days of programming geared to professionals, with continuing education credits when available, in the fields of historic preservation, archaeology, cultural resources management, architecture, and planning. The event is tailored for members of the public who are involved in historic preservation and archaeology through volunteer activities and non-profit or state and local board and commission membership. Programming is designed to attract elected leadership and staff of Arizona’s 22 Native American tribes, who have a special relationship to Arizona’s heritage resources. The two days of general programming are supplemented by a half-day of pre-conference workshops and five tours.


This year's conference will be held in Yuma, October 19-21. Conference planning has already begun and information will be shared as things are finalized. In the meantime, review the program agenda (subject to updating)nominate an individual or project for an awardregister, or become a sponsor. In addition, we welcome your questions, comments, and ideas. Send us a note.


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