May is National Preservation Month

We’ve just concluded National Preservation Month, when local preservation and civic organizations spotlight their preservation programs and heritage tourism. This year’s activities included:

Mayor Morgan Proclaims Preservation Month 2021 with members of Round Rock Preservation and the Historic Preservation Commission
The Art of Round Rock Plein Air exhibit at City Hall, May 4-September 7 featuring works relating to Round Rock history and historic preservation
New! Historic Downtown Walking Tour (download pdf, 11×17)
A Kids Guide to the History of Round Rock by Abby Robison (download pdf, 11×17)
May 20 webinar “Anna Palm and Round Rock’s Swedish Immigrants” by Elroy Haverlah, author of Anna’s Journey and former pastor of Palm Valley Lutheran Church (video recording)

Round Rock History through the Eyes of Women exhibit at the Library
Pioneer Day at Old Settlers Park on May 1, 2021 courtesy the Williamson Museum

Nominations for the 2021 Local Legend Awards due May 31
Center Art Club exhibit at Baca Center featuring works relating to Round Rock History and Historic Preservation




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