Identifying Farmington-area architectural styles will be the focus of the first in a series of three history-themed lectures by Preservation Farmington.
Held at 7 p.m. on September 21 at the Heritage and History Center in Heritage Park, the first event will feature speaker Jena Stacey, who holds a Master’s degree in historic preservation and is co-founder of Preservation Farmington and a former member of the Farmington Historical Commission. Stacey will give a virtual tour of the neighborhoods, showing photos of local Farmington/Farmington Hills architecture—both well-known and obscure—to illustrate how building styles have changed since the 1800s and created the community we know today.
Admission is $5, payable at the door, and free for Preservation Farmington members.
The lecture series will continue with “Kit Houses in Metro Detroit” on October 6 and “Researching your Historic Home” on December 7.