September 18 | 5:30 – 7PM | Holden/Marolt Mining & Ranching Museum
$10 in advance, $15 day of (ticket includes one beer, $5 extra beer, advance online ticketing opens June 30)
Join AHS for a panel discussion about the extensive Zupancis Homestead restoration project that is ongoing at the Holden/Marolt Mining & Ranching Museum property. From preserved runs of Victorian wallpaper to asbestos-laden walls, conservation projects are always an adventure! Moderated by AHS Curator Lisa Hancock, panelists include expert architectural conservator Natalie Feinberg Lopez, City of Aspen Historic Preservation Officer Amy Simon, and project architect and AHS trustee Charles Cunniffe. The program will include insight into historical restoration best practices, as well as details about the work accomplished thus far on the miner’s-cabin-turned-Victorian-era-home, shed, and barn. Join us for the inside scoop on the project’s successes, failures, and plenty of surprises in between.
Part of the History on Tap series, where history meets beer! Generously sponsored by Aspen Brewing Company