2016 Woody Walk

Garfield Fernside corner

East End Arts & Crafts

The walk will be a two-hour loop on level terrain with ample shade, beginning and ending at Lincoln Park.

Sunday, August 28, 2016 at 1:00 pm

Meet at Lincoln Park
High Street at Santa Clara Avenue, Alameda, CA
FREE for AAPS Members; Non-members $10

Alameda Legacy Home Tour 2016

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2016 Alameda Legacy Home Tour

Hosted by The Alameda Museum and The Alameda Architectural Preservation Society

Sunday, September 25 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

A Self-guided Tour of the Interior and Gardens of Seven Classic Homes in Central Alameda and the East End.

See the Preview Video:

 

 


Advance ticket voucher $30

Ticket vouchers or printed PayPal receipts may be exchanged for Guidebook and ticket at the ALAMEDA MUSEUM, 2324 Alameda Avenue (between Park and Oak Streets in the Masonic Building) from Sept. 21st through 24th (Wed.– Sun. 1:30 – 4:00, Sat. 11:00 – 4:00),  or at FRANKLIN PARK, San Antonio & Morton (10:45 am – 4:00 pm) on the day of the tour.

***Please note*** You are paying on the Alameda Museum PayPal site. After completing your ticket voucher order, PayPal will automatically redirect you to the Alameda Museum site, not the AAPS site.

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Buy ALHT Ticket Voucher $30 each

 


Day of tour tickets $35

Available from 10:00 am, September 25 at: Franklin Park, Morton Street & San Antonio Avenue

 

NINETEENTH ANNUAL PRESERVATION AWARDS

Alameda Architectural Preservation Society presents the
NINETEENTH ANNUAL PRESERVATION AWARDS
Sunday, June 26, 2016 at 7:00 pm

At the grand Art Deco venue Alameda Point Theater, 2700 Saratoga Avenue, Alameda, California

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Recognizes the best preservation, restoration, and adaptive reuse
of historic structures in the city of Alameda.

Festivities include a visual show on the silver screen and live music.

A reception will follow the award presentation providing a chance
for attendees to meet award-winners, artisans, and other preservation enthusiasts.

FREE and open to the public.