Lower East Side Arts Open House at the Neighborhood Preservation Center

Monday October 7

4:00 PM  –  5:30 PM

Monday, October 7, 4:00-5:30pm
232 East 11th Street

Housed in the historic Rectory of St. Mark’s Church In-the-Bowery, join Village PreservationHistoric Districts CouncilNeighborhood Preservation CenterMore Art, and Sane Energy Project for this open house to learn about each of our work and get a special look at this historic building!

Completed in 1901, the Rectory was designed by Ernest Flagg in the Beaux Arts style and restored after a major fire in 1988. Sponsored by the St. Mark’s Historic Landmark Fund, the Neighborhood Preservation Center was established and became resident in 1999.

Join these organizations of the NPC for this special opportunity to speak with staff members - including Village Preservation's Director of Research and Preservation Sarah Bean Apmann - about their exciting missions and upcoming programs!
This event is not fully accessible - there are eight steps up to the buildingThe event will be hosted in the Center’s first floor meeting rooms. Please press buzzer #1 to be allowed into the building.




When registering online, make sure to click submit on BOTH registration pages.  The first page will ask you to fill our your personal information (name, address, email, etc.) while the second will ask you to reconfirm that information.  You must fill out ALL the fields that have a red star next to them before the system can process your registration.  If your registration has gone through, you should receive an automated confirmation email.  If you do not receive an automated confirmation email after you register, please reach out to us directly at rsvp@gvshp.org or 212-475-9585x35 so that we can verify your registration.  Thanks and we look forward to seeing you at our programs!