Historic preservation: a series


Historic Preservation: A Series is a monthly series from October to May that brings experts from across the state of Ohio and the Mid-Ohio Valley together to discuss topics as they relate to our history, historic preservation and renovation, as well as rehabilitation of historic properties. 

If you are invested in our city's history, interested in historic properties either commercial or residential, are a property owner, developer, or manager, or have a passion for preserving the integrity of our historic buildings across our City, particularly in downtown Marietta, this series is for you!

This series is free and open to the public, but a passing of the hat will occur in each talk with a suggested donation of $10 to supplement the historic preservation efforts of The Castle & Marietta Main Street.

All talks in this series will be held at The Castle, 418 Fourth Street, in Marietta, OH and will begin at 6:15 p.m.

Lineup of Speakers


October 13: Enjoying Old Marietta

featuring hidden marietta tour co.  & the castle


November 10: Register Your Historic Place

FEATURING campus martius museum


December 8: Why Should We Save Our History Anyway?

FEATURING young ohio preservationists


January 12: Building Codes for Non-Architects

FEATURING Triad Architects


February 9: Fund Your Historic Place

FEATURING HUntington bank


March 9: Planning for ADA Compliance

FEATURING pickering associates


April 13: The Success of German Village

FEATURING german village society


May 11: How to Save Marietta's History

FEATURING marietta main street, the castle, & ohio history connection

A full description of each event, including updates, can be found on our Facebook page: Marietta Main Street


Historic Preservation: A Series is made possible through the support and sponsorship of Pickering Associates, a well-aligned team of professional architects and engineers that serves clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic/Appalachian region. Learn more at http://www.pickeringusa.com/