SAW-HFH West End Project

April 2018 Preservation Brown Bag April 13 @ Noon Jennie Hill, Board Chair of Staunton-Augusta-Waynesboro Habitat for Humanity will provide a presentation about their work in the West End. Habitat is rehabbing existing homes and constructing new infill housing on Stafford Street. See their web site for beautiful photography of their ongoing project. The presentation will…

St. Francis Exterior Rehabilitation Project

The Brown Bag series continues with another presentation of a 2017 rehabilitation award winning project. We are pleased to have Chris Valenzuela and Matthew Fitzgerald join us to discuss the monumental exterior rehabilitation of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church on North Augusta Street. We will view slides of the rehabilitation work and offer time…

117 Madison Place & 101 Oakenwold Street

HSF’s 2018 Preservation Brown Bag Series kicks off at noon on Friday, February 9th in the R.R. Smith Center lecture hall. We are pleased to have Paula Rau and Carol Kipp discuss their rehabilitation projects of 117 Madison Place and 101 Oakenwold Street – both winners of an HSF 2017 Preservation Award. We will view…

The History of the Augusta County Courthouse

We are pleased to have historian Nancy Sorrells join us to present the History of the Augusta County Courthouse. The History of the Augusta County Courthouse Slide Presentation

Rehabilitating 231 Sycamore Street

Our 2017 HSF Preservation Brown Bag series continues by looking at how selected award-winning projects came about. What is the process of imagining, designing, and building a residential rehabilitation project? HSF is pleased to have Kelly Grantier discuss her rehabilitation project of 231 Sycamore Street – winner of an HSF 2016 Residential Preservation Award. Built…

“Casa Blanca”: the Re-imagining of 217 North Madison Street

We begin the 2017 HSF Preservation Brown Bag series by looking at how selected award winning projects came about. What is the process of imagining, designing, and building a residential rehabilitation project? 217 North Madison Street was the recipient of a 2015 HSF Award for Residential Rehabilitation and also included on the 2016 Holiday House…

Rehabilitation of Downtown, One Building at a Time: Part II

Our second in a two-part program begun in June, Historic Staunton Foundation’s Brown Bag Walking Tour for September will again focus on the theme “rehabilitation of downtown, one building at a time”. We will hear about the process of rehabilitating three different, historically commercial buildings from the perspective of the owner / developer. Two of…

Rehabilitation of Downtown, One Building at a Time: Part II

Historic Staunton Foundation’s Brown Bag Walking Tour for June will focus on the rehabilitation of downtown, one building at a time.  We will hear about the process of rehabilitating two different, historically commercial buildings on Middlebrook Road, from the perspective of the owner / developer.  Each of the buildings we will tour were carefully and…

They’re All Different: Energy Savings Strategies for Your Historic Structure

On January 9th, Staunton architect Michael C. Brown kicked off the 2015 Brown Bag Preservation Talk series by leading an informative discussion about improving energy performance in historic buildings. If you were unable to join us, Mike kindly provided us with the following presentation outlining some of the basic items to consider when addressing energy performance in your…