Talk keys on built heritage

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BY WENDY ELLIOTT

The Advertiser

NovaNewsNow.com

On Sunday, Jan. 20, Kevin Barrett, coordinator of the provincial Heritage Property Program, will give a talk on built heritage issues in Wolfville's town hall.

Barrett is the coordinator of the program that oversees and advises on provincially and municipally designated heritage properties. With 10 years dealing directly with heritage properties in Nova Scotia, he has developed his expertise in the administration of Nova Scotia’s Heritage Property Act and provides advice on the conservation of designated heritage properties.

The Halifax resident holds degrees in business, environmental design and architecture along with a Masters in urban and rural planning. Barrett was a founding board member of the Provincial Heritage Property Owners Association for Nova Scotia and a past board member of the Carleton House Preservation Society.

The talk is set for 2 p.m. A storm day of Jan. 27 has been set for the talk. Meanwhile, the Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia will hold a lecture Thursday in Halifax when Acadia university professor Susan Markham-Starr will look at The Halifax Common: 250 Years of Community Use. She will speak at the Museum of Natural History.

Organizations: Provincial Heritage Property Owners Association for Nova Scotia, Carleton House Preservation Society, Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia Acadia university The Halifax Common Museum of Natural History

Geographic location: Nova Scotia, Halifax, Wolfville

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