Explore Historic Preservation with KSU Instructor June 21

Dalton Rininger Kline

Old buildings can create new futures.

Alliance resident Dalton Rininger Kline, an instructor at the Kent State College of Architecture and Environmental Design, will explain just how when he presents “North Lincoln: What It Was and What It Could Have Been” inside the Rodman Public Library Auditorium on Wednesday, June 21 at 7 p.m.

Kline, a member of the board of trustees of the Alliance Area Preservation Society, which is sponsoring the event along with the Alliance Historical Society, will discuss historic preservation as he presents the work of his students conducted as part of a project on the adaptive reuse of North Lincoln School, which will be demolished in the near future.

During his presentation, Kline will review the results of the project with photos of the building (even spaces not open to the public), the history of the school and the area, and the adaptive reuse projects envisioned by his students.

“Come reminisce on the history of the school and be shocked by what modern day historic preservation can do.”

Registration is required to attend the program. [REGISTER HERE]