Feel Like You’re Missing Out?

Posted by: danaapti on Friday, October 14, 2011 at 4:00:00 am

That’s because you are missing out on another great APT Annual Conference!

Victoria, British Columbia, is too beautiful to be missed. From the grandiose architecture, to the glorious weather, to the gorgeous harbor view, it has been a perfect week for education, camaraderie, and food, food, food!  Although the boat may have sailed for APT Victoria 2011 (quite literally for those of us who arrived via ferry), you can still join in the fun.  Mark your calendars now:

APT Charleston 2012
Corner Stones: New Foundations in Preservation
September 30 – October 3, 2012
Francis Marion Hotel
Charleston, South Carolina

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