River BookshopThe heritage building housing the River Bookshop is the site of the Alumni Meet-Ups series of monthly chats.

Panel to discuss preservation of built heritage

Heritage preservation is the topic of a panel discussion Wednesday, Jan. 25. It is the first in the Alumni Meet-Ups series of monthly chats on relevant and interesting topics, a partnership between the University of Windsor Alumni Association and Amherstburg’s River Bookshop.

This inaugural event will start at 6:30 p.m. in the store’s second-floor Hole in the Wall community space at 67 Richmond St., Amherstburg.

Featured panellists are:

  • Meg Reiner, author of Heritage Buildings of Amherstburg,
  • Dorian Moore, a sessional instructor in the UWindsor program Visual Arts and the Built Environment,
  • Richard Peddie (BComm 1970, honorary LLD 2001), owner of the River Bookshop, and
  • moderator Michael Prue, Amherstburg mayor.

Guests may attend in person or by Zoom videoconference; in-person seating is limited. Click here to reserve a spot for “Heritage preservation in your community.” Learn more on the event website.