Butte CPR fulfills its educational mission through events, presentations, and writing highlighting the importance, preservation, and maintenance of Butte's historic architecture. Past activities have included Landlord Workshops, popular Home Tours of historic residences as well as guided walking tours of the Uptown Business District. A Historic Windows Workshop in 2005 brought National Park Service experts to Butte (photo, right). Stained Glass Tours, Dust to Dazzle, and Brick Workshops are annual events (see above for descriptions). CPR also gives awards to owners of residential and commercial buildings, increasing public awareness of outstanding renovation efforts. CPR's workshops in 2008-09 are supported in part by a Preserve America sub-grant from the Montana State Historic Preservation Office.
Some of these activities are free, intended primarily as educational experiences. When admission is charged, it provides a significant source of funds, returned to the community through CPR's Historic Improvement Project Grants.
The links above take you to more information about each category of educational activity provided by Butte CPR.