New Michigan State Historic Preservation Tax Credit Bill Introduced

Join and get involved with the MI Impact Coalition, as we work to bring back Michigan’s State Rehab Tax Credit.  Both Senate (SB 469) and House Bills (HB 5117 and HB 5178)have been introduced to reinstate the Michigan Historic Preservation Tax Credit. These bills would reinstate the popular program that offers a credit of up to 25 percent of rehabilitation expenses against state income tax.

SENATE VOTED 12/13/2017 to PASS SB 469!  Vote was 36 to 2.  On to the House!

Tea & Luncheon on Main Street In Historic Downtown Wayne


The Michigan Historic Preservation Network and
Wayne Main Street cordially invite you

 

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For a
Tea & Luncheon on Main Street
In Historic Downtown Wayne
Saturday, November 7, 2015
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Wayne Historical Museum
1 Town Square
Wayne, Michigan 48184

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Registration is $40 per person/$25 per student

RSVP by November 4, 2015 – 5:00 PM

Registration is open so click here to RSVP on-line or click here to print a registration form that you can mail, fax, or scan-and-email by that date. Dress is business casual. Parking is adjacent to the museum. The building is barrier free. For more information call 517-371-8080 or e-mail admin@mhpn.org. Full refunds are provided only up to the RSVP deadline. The MHPN is a 501-c-3 organization; $15 of each registration is a gift in support of its statewide programming.

Registration is open!

 

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RSVP by Wednesday, November 4, 5PM on-line or by printing a registration form to mail, fax, or scan-and-email by that date; both are found at www.mhpn.org. For more information, go to the MHPN website, call 517-371-8080, or e-mail admin@mhpn.org. The MHPN is a 501(c)3 organization; $15 of each registration is a gift in support of its statewide programming.

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The MHPN invites you throughout the year to attend small, social gatherings at historic venues. We call them our “house parties” – although they’re not all held in houses! – and we use them to introduce people to the MHPN. The next one is in downtown Wayne, featuring the Main Street program and their successes thus far.

Our day begins with a tour of the Wayne Historical Museum, formerly the Village Hall, built ca. 1878. Guests will then tour the old First United Methodist Church building, ca. 1929 which still retains much of its original features. Next, guests will tour a wonderful mid-century modern building that formerly housed the Bank of America. Guests will then return to the museum to enjoy a formal tea and luncheon catered by Victoria’s Tea Salon. After lunch, guests will be invited for an exclusive sneak peek into downtown Wayne’s newest Artist Market, Helium Studio days before their grand opening event!

PS – Consider staying after the program for a cocktail hour at The Avenue Downtown Wayne or perhaps a matinee film at the recently rehabilitated Art Deco State Wayne Theater.

Join us!

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