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Regional Conferences

Regional meetings and conferences bring the ALHFAMily together for intra-region gatherings and allow for more organizational interaction within a smaller geographical area.

Check the Upcoming listings below to see which conferences are coming up soon in your area, or which place outside your region you would like to visit and attend a meeting.

When the registration period is open for each conference you will be able to register on-line via this website (MOMCC conferences attendees will register via the MOMCC website).


    • 26 Oct 2018
    • 27 Oct 2018
    • Trenton, NJ

    Save the Date!

    MA-ALHFAM Skills Workshop - Not a Conference, but still the Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting!

    Friday, Oct. 26 - Saturday, Oct. 27

    Co-Hosts: NJ Living History Advisory Council (NJLHAC) and the Department of Environmental Protection/NJ Division of Parks and Forestry

    Locations: Old Barracks Museum, Howell Living History Farm, Washington Crossing State Park (NJ), Historic Walnford, and the David Library of the American Revolution.

    Workshops in Development: Working with Flax, Hearth Cooking, Woodstove Cooking, Black Powder Safety for Site Managers, Research Resources & Techniques, Making Welt Pockets, Textiles/Costume “Free-for-All”, Urban Archaeology, Udder to Butter, Site Tour Tips and Tricks, First Person 101…as well as the traditional Salted, Smoked & Pickled reception at the Old Barracks, Saturday dinner, and an opportunity for “Corn Maze Experience” at Howell Farm.

    More information to come! Don’t miss it!

    • 01 Nov 2018
    • 04 Nov 2018
    • Tacoma, Washington

    The 2018 Western Regional ALHFAM Conference will be held at Fort Nisqually in Tacoma, WA November 1-4, 2018. 

    The Call for Proposals is now available.

    Use this link to book your room at the conference hotel, Courtyard Tacoma Downtown.

    • 08 Nov 2018
    • 10 Nov 2018
    • Dearborn, Michigan

    Hosted by the Henry Ford. Conference sessions and workshops will include draft horses, hearth and wood stove cooking, Detroit churches, Ford's River Rouge plant, Midwest textiles, creating vignettes, multi-generational leadership, George W. Carver, visitor studies, and making meaningful programs. Workshops are all day Thursday, and sessions are all day Friday and Saturday morning. Period clothing in encouraged for the Friday evening meal.

    Download the Call for Proposals here.

    More information here.

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