The Brown Bag Lunch program offer a chance for informal and open dialogue between members of the Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation (ACHF) and the community at-large, in cooperation with staff from the Athens-Clarke County Planning Department. Discussion will focus on preservation-related topics, community development issues, or any other timely subject that aligns with the mission and vision of ACHF.
Past Brown Bag topics have included Recent and Pending Developments in Downtown Athens, UGA’s preservation master plan process, Demolition by Neglect, and solar panels in Historic Districts.
Next Brown Bag Lunch:
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 Noon – 1:00 PM
Lyndon House Arts Center Community Room
293 Hoyt Street | 706.613.3623
Free and open to the public.
Energy Efficiency in Historic Homes
Luis Imery and Jeremy Field, IMERY RATINGS
Session will address energy challenges in historic homes and ways to address those challenges; how energy updates can work easily with preservation; and Georgia Power’s EarthCents Program (audits and rebates).