Tuesday, October 18th, 2016
17 W. Quartz
October 27th & 29th, 2016
This will be a two session workshop:
Thursday, October 27th, 6-7 pm. Introduction to tools and techniques of historic brick repair.
Saturday, October 29th, 9-Noon. Hand's-on instruction on replacing and repointing brick.
Location: In the alley behind Quarry Brewing. East of Montana Street, between Broadway and Park Street.
Cost: Free to CPR members, $5.00 for non members.
Thank you for your support in 2016! See you in the Spring!
Butte CPR gratefully accepts salvage donations. Proceeds from the Salvage Sales support the Historic Improvement Program grants, and go directly back into the community. For more information contact us at www.buttecpr.org or facebook.com/ButteCPR.
Dust to Dazzle 2017
12:00 - 5:00 pm
Properties: To be announced
Cost is $15 each or $25 for two. For more information Call 782-3682 or send an email to email@example.com.
Historic Improvement Project Fund 2017
Accepting applications April 15, 2017
See website for more information or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the summer of 1994 a group of residents of Butte, Montana, committed to the preservation and promotion of Butte's unique historical architecture, came together to form the Butte Citizens for Preservation and Revitalization — Butte CPR.
CPR provides grants to improve buildings, educational tours, lectures, preservation workshops, and other events, liaison with local government, business, and civic organizations, and the labor to restore, renovate and salvage historical buildings in the nation's largest National Historic Landmark District, encompassing 5,991 historically significant resources.
Butte CPR's efforts have impacted dozens of buildings, both residential and commercial, since the organization was founded. Join us and help make a difference!
Through their positive, hands-on participation in the civic life of Butte, [Butte CPR is] creating a greater understanding that Butte's historic architecture is what makes Butte what it is. And that is something worth fighting for!"
— Montana State Historic Preservation Office