Preserving Historic Wooden Windows
Starts: Feb 23 2011 - 12:30pm
Ends: Feb 23 2011 - 4:30pm
Greater Portland Landmarks offers its first Historic Preservation Institute. "Preserving Historic Wooden Windows," a series of three workshops, will give do-it-yourselfers the confidence to restore their own wooden windows and provide professionals an overview of the window preservation process. Two sessions of workshops are being offered.
Marc Bagala of Bagala Window Works, a leading expert in the field, will teach the workshops with Christopher Closs, GPL's field service advisor.
The first session workshops are January 19, February 9, and February 23. A second session of workshops will be offered: March 16, April 6, and April 20. All workshops are on Wednesday afternoons from 12:30 to 4:30 pm. Participants may attend one workshop or an entire session. The focus of each workshops is as follows:
Workshop 1: Safford House, 93 High Street, Portland, as the window sashes are removed.
Workshop 2: Bagala Window Works in Falmouth as the Safford House window sashes are repaired.
Workshop 3: Safford House, 93 High Street, Portland, as the window sashes are re-installed.
CEUs are available at 3.5 CEUs per workshop.
Participants may register for one workshop or all three. Email or call Greater Portland Landmarks to register.