Open Letter RE: James Street Baptist Demolition and Free Public Event on Heritage Restoration (April 8)

Letter from the Durand Neighbourhood Association to the Re: Decision to allow partial demolition of James Street Baptist Church

The DNA has released an open letter directed to the Heritage Committee, Permit Committee and City Staff  asking important key questions to help clarify the issues surrounding the partial demolition of James Street Baptist Church.


Learn about Heritage Restoration from the Expert at a Free Public Event

The Durand Neighbourhood Association and  Ward 2  Community Council  invite you to a Special Event.

Please Join Us

Guest Speaker: Alan Stacey of Heritage Mill Historic Mill Conservation

Alan  will deliver a lecture & demonstration on the conservation-restoration of heritage buildings with an emphasis on architectural woodwork and in particular wood windows and doors. Alan will use examples from the Hamilton Club, Dundurn Castle, Auchmar and private residences.

Venue – Workers Arts and Heritage Centre 51 Stuart Street Hamilton, ON
When – Tuesday April 8 2014 7pm-9p

Admission is Free, but we ask that you RSVP.

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