Date(s) - September 20, 2018
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Brick Store Museum
NEW ENGLAND GARDENS: LOST, FOUND AND REDISCOVERED
Come take a tour of New England through its historic gardens and landscapes with inspiration and ideas for revitalizing your own garden. This lively exploration will offer inspiration, information and fun as we explore history through our most evocative cultural spaces.
LUCINDA A. BROCKWAY is Program Director for Cultural Resources at The Trustees, a 127-year-old Massachusetts preservation and conservation organization that protects more than 100 properties and 26,000 acres of cultural, natural and scenic landscape. Brockway leads a team of archivists, curators and horticulturists seeking innovative solutions for preserving and engaging gardens, landscapes and historic houses.. Prior to joining The Trustees, Brockway ran her own landscape preservation consulting firm for 25 years in Kennebunk. She is the author of A Favorite Place of Resort for Strangers (2001), Gardens of the New Republic (2004) and has work featured in Old House Journal, Victoria Magazine, Colonial Homes, Nineteenth Century and other publications.