Free Lecture: Lancaster County Architecture-The First One Hundred Years (1710 – 1810)

Join the board members of the Lititz Historical Foundation as they welcome Gregory Scott for their lecture on January 14th, 2017 at the Lititz Public Library.

Scott, a Lancaster architect, will explore the three most dominate architectural styles of the time: Germanic, Traditional English and Georgian including Lancaster City and the surrounding countryside. Gregg is a senior partner in the architectural firm of RLPS Architects located in Lancaster County, PA, a graduate of Penn State University with a Bachelors of Architecture degree. He holds professional affiliations with the American Institute of Architects, LeadingAge and the National Hospice Organization.  In addition to practicing architecture, Gregg writes a monthly architectural design column for Lancaster Newspapers entitled Design Intervention.

The program is free and open to the public, and will begin at 1:30pm. Contact the Lititz Library now to reserve your spot! 717-626-2255.

Gregory Scott.

Gregory Scott.

Rockford Plantation.

Rockford Plantation.

 

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