Skill Sessions: Research Your House & Neighborhood
September 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Ever wonder about who lived in your house before you? Or have you been curious about what Plaza Midwood looked like 20 years ago? Fifty? Well, here’s your chance to learn.
Plaza Midwood, Belmont, NoDa and Commonwealth-Morningside neighborhood associations are partnering for a new learning program — Neighborhood Skill Sessions — that are one-off learning experiences, similar to a Skill Pop class.
Our first course will be with the great Tom Hanchett and Mike Moore, who’ll take you through the resources at your disposal to learn about the history of your home and neighborhood.
The class will be held in the meeting space at the Village at Commonwealth (1308 Lorna Street) on Monday, Sept. 24 at 7 p.m., and it’ll last about 90 minutes. If you have a laptop, it’d be a useful asset, but there are no requirements to attend other than an RSVP in advance.