Upcoming Programs/Events

The Village and Native American History Walking Tour
Saturday, October 1st from 11am - 1pm
Starting location: West Village
Free, RSVP required, contact information www.gvshp.org/events
Books will be available for purchase and signature by the author

Evan Pritchard, author of 'Native New Yorkers: The Legacy of the Algonquin People of New York,' will take us on a journey through the history of Greenwich Village streets and plazas through Native American eyes to see how the indigenous history influences our city streetscapes and public spaces today. Drawing upon archeology, linguistics, and oral and written histories, this walk will link the legacy of the Lenape with luxury and Lincoln.

This program is sponsored by The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, The Village Alliance, and the Neighborhood Preservation Center.

NPC 17th Birthday Party
Wednesday, October 5th from 7 - 10pm
Webster Hall (125 East 11th Street, NYC 10003)

For details or to purchase tickets, please visit here or contact Felicia Mayro at (212) 228-2781 or
felicia@neighborhoodpreservationcenter.org.


Peg-Leg Pete Scavenger Hunt
Saturday, November 5th at 11am
Starting location TBD
Free, RSVP required by email at npc@neighborhoodpreservationcenter.org or call (212) 228-2781.

Test your knowledge about the history of the area which was once Peter Stuyvesant's Bouwerie with this friendly competition! The Hunt will include interesting facts about the buildings, people, and culture throughout the East Village neighborhood. This year's Hunt and corresponding Tour will focus on the Progressive Era of the 1900s and 1910s. Awards will be given in several categories. #PegLegPeteScavengerHunt



The Character and Social Impact of Places and Neighborhoods
Tuesday, November 15th at 6pm
The J.M. Kaplan Fund (71 West 23rd Street, 9th Floor, NYC 10010)
Free, space is limited, RSVP required by email at npc@neighborhoodpreservationcenter.org or call (212) 228-2781.

Join us for a panel discussion about the character of places and neighborhoods that explores the interweaving of history and historic fabric, the arts, and social issues. Moderated by Nick Fish, City Commissioner, Portland, Oregon, and President Emeritus of the St. Mark's Historic Landmark Fund, the panel includes Rosanne Haggerty, Community Solutions; Justin Garrett Moore, NYC Public Design Commission; Sean Sawyer, The Olana Partnership; and F. Javier Torres, ArtPlace America