Preservation Maryland is holding a series of pop-up field offices in all 24 counties.
As Maryland’s largest, oldest, and most effective preservation organization, Preservation Maryland works to protect the state’s irreplaceable heritage while creating a more equitable & sustainable future. MACo has supported Preservation Maryland’s efforts to address a number of pressing issues, including sustainable housing, trades-based workforce development, and historic preservation.
Preservation Maryland is hosting Pop-Up Field Offices throughout the state – one in each county – to meet with individuals who are “interested in learning more about historic preservation or asking questions about various programs and funding opportunities.”
Additionally, ahead of the 250th anniversary of American Independence in 2026, Preservation Maryland is looking to capture Marylanders’ stories and history they feel should be elevated in the upcoming commemoration.
The following locations have been scheduled:
- Anne Arundel County: May 4 at Historic Annapolis Hogshead (43 Pinkney St, Annapolis, MD 21401)
- The Maryland Center for History and Culture will also be joining this Pop-Up Field Office, sharing items from their collection relevant to Anne Arundel County history.
- This Pop-Up Field Office will run from 12p-5p
- Baltimore County: March 23 at the Historical Society of Baltimore County (9811 Van Buren Ln, Cockeysvill, MD 21230)
- The Maryland Center for History and Culture will also be joining this Pop-Up Field Office, sharing items from their collection relevant to Baltimore County history.
- Carroll County: May 24 at Union Mills (311 LITTLESTOWN PIKE, Westminster, MD 21158)
- Garrett County: June 8 at the Oakland Library (6 N 2nd St Ext, Oakland, MD 21550)
- Harford County: April 12 at the Art Emporium (220 N. Washington St, Havre de Grace, MD 20781)
- Howard County: June 2 at the Howard County Historical Society, Howard County Welcome Center (8267 Main St, Ellicott City, MD 21043)
- Prince George’s County: March 16 at the Anacostia Trails Heritage Area (4318 Gallatin St, Hyattsville, MD 20781)
- The Maryland Center for History and Culture will also be joining this Pop-Up Field Office, sharing items from their collection relevant to Prince George’s County history.
- Talbot County: April 12 at the Waterfowl Festival’s Armory Building (40 S. Harrison Street, Easton, MD 21601)
Each Pop-Up Field Office will be open from 10am – 3pm unless otherwise noted.