Register for the Annual Conference and Fall Ramble
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Registration for Conference & Ramble Now Open

You can now register for these two fall educational events.  First up is the 41st Annual Preservation Conference. This two-day program will take place on Thursday September 30 and Friday October 1, 2021 and includes 

  • 2 local tours 
  • 1 in-depth seminar (now included with registration)
  • 9 break-out sessions
  • 2 networking events (including the annual Awards Ceremony)
View of Downtown Monroe

The conference will cross the Ouachita River with host cities Monroe and West Monroe.  Learn more about speakers, sessions, student scholarships, and other updates here. 

And just two weeks later, venture on to Bogalusa and Washington Parish for this fall's Ramble tour day on Saturday October 16. Explore hidden gems and historic treasures featuring:

  • Sacred Spaces
  • Lumber Heritage 
  • Civil Rights Landmarks 
  • and Music History

All attendees receive a boxed lunch with the their ticket.  General admission is $50 ($45 for current members) and student/teacher admission is $15.

You can support these events through sponsorship or other donations.  Learn more and complete your sponsorship form here.  You can also donate a prize for the silent auction during the conference's Award Ceremony.  Contact 225-930-0936 or wprince@lthp.org to learn more.   

Sullivan House

Explore the historic Sullivan House, listed on the National Register, and many other unique landmarks in and around Bogalusa. 

MEP Exhibit in Columbia 

Now through the end July, visit the Schepis Museum in downtown Columbia to see this year's Most Endangered Places display exhibit.  The exhibit will later travel to Franklin this September.  

If you are interested in hosting an exhibit in your community, please contact Will at wprince@lthp.org or 225-930-0936. 

Update on 2004 MEP Listing

LTHP member and volunteer, Amanda Lanata has been checking-in and researching the status of the over 150 Most Endangered Places listed since 1999.  She recently visited and learned more about the Lutheran Benevolent Society Cemetery in Baton Rouge.  

Learn more about this site and how to get involve in saving this historic place in our latest blog

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