We look forward to seeing you this year - in person! - for the 2021 Preservation on Main Street conference in New Port Richey from July 21 through 24.
Network with your colleagues, make new connections and continue to learn and grow as we work together to protect Florida’s history and heritage. Our conference includes dynamic speakers, exclusive tours and an incomparable opportunity to connect with and be inspired by preservationists and Main Street professionals.
Preservation on Main Street is a great educational opportunity, which offers continuing education credits with the Florida APA (the conference is approved for 17.5 credits) and Florida AIA (approved for 13.5LUs and submitted for an additional four Health, Safety and Wellness units). Please note that if you would like to claim those credits you will need to include your APA or AIA number when registering for the conference, and be sure to sign in for each session you attend.
Part of the fun of Florida Main Street and Florida Trust conferences has always been exploring and learning about the host community. This year will be no different, with events held in historic spaces, special events hosted by local businesses and optional tours that can take you everywhere from on the water to on a ghost tour. There is much natural beauty to appreciate in New Port Richey, on Florida's Gulf Coast in Pasco County, which sits on the picturesque Pithlachscotee River. Join us and explore!
We are excited to offer a conference experience that will provide a broad range of information for both Florida Trust and Main Street attendees - and will allow us to learn and grow with each other. All sessions will be available for each registration, so it will be easy to learn something new. Please review the full session descriptions before registering.
Important Conference Dates:
Deadline for early bird registration is Tues., June 1.
Deadline to register for the conference is noon on Mon., July 12.
Deadline for conference hotel registration is Mon., June 21.