Registration for the 2018 Saving Places Conference is now live!
The conference is scheduled for Jan. 31- Feb. 3 in Denver at the Colorado Convention Center. This year’s theme, “The Power of Place: From the Mountains to the Plains” will celebrate the diversity of Colorado’s history, featuring stories that often go untold about the places and people of Colorado. You won’t want to miss the abundance of sessions, speakers, and opportunities for networking at this year’s event!
Register by Monday, Oct. 2 to receive our newly discounted Advanced Registration rates!
Visit our registration page for general conference information and event details. The full schedule will be released in October.
Sessions, Workshops, and Networking – oh my!
As always, attendees can expect to leave the Saving Places Conference with new information, tools, and connections. This year we received over 95 session proposals – as a result the Conference will feature over 70 sessions and workshops. Topics will include information on how to raise funds for your project, case studies on projects such as the Goodnight Barn and the World’s Wonder View Tower, reviews of mid-century modern architecture, tips for creating a thriving downtown with historic architecture, and much more! Check back soon for the full schedule.
Exciting New Tours
This year CPI is excited to offer attendees the opportunity to explore exciting landmarks around the Denver area! Attendees can explore the Stanley Marketplace, visit the Stapleton Air Traffic Control Tower, take a peek inside the newly renovated McNichols Civic Center Building, and more!
Voices of the Plains
This year we are excited to welcome Voices of the Plains to the Conference! Attendees can record and listen to stories of place that this incredible project has collected about living in Colorado.
Information on the Historic Tax Credit
How much do you know about Colorado’s Historic Preservation Tax Credit? Do you know if your project could qualify for tax credits? Well here is your chance to learn all about this incentive and how it can be used for development projects large and small. Expect sessions on successful tax credit projects, how to use tax credits, and information on the work that CPI is doing to renew the tax credit.
A Day at the Capitol –
Wednesday, January 31
Day at the Capitol offers a unique experience that includes intensive training on the legislative process, followed by an opportunity to meet personally with legislators to promote a pro-preservation agenda. Participants get the one-of-a-kind opportunity to advocate for preservation issues facing the state of Colorado and local communities at the State Capitol.
Colorado’s Most Endangered Places Program Luncheon
Thursday, February 1
Join us for the announcement of the 2018 Most Endangered sites at the Endangered Places Luncheon on Thursday, Feb. 1. This year the luncheon is once again included in your registration!