For more than 30 years, we've been preserving Weber County's heritage
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We're an all-volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit foundation. We've just relaunched our site during May 2013, and will be adding several new features now that we've upgraded to a more sophisticated program. This will include a searchable database with Weber County photos, documents, videos and recordings. We hope to have this part of the site functional by early 2014.
You’re looking for a quality furniture restorer, and you’ve come to the right place. For many years, we’ve been restoring and refinishing high quality interior furnishings--both new and old, large and small--for both residential and commercial customers.
‣ Ogden Canyon Lime Kiln
We offer free architectural lectures during the year as well as several free self-guided architectural pamphlets on a variety of Ogden's architectural styles.
We are proud of some of the community restoration projects we've led in recent years, including the Ogden Lime Kiln Restoration and the World War I Monument Rededication at the Ogden City Cemetery.
‣ Ogden City Cemetery World War I Monument
‣ Utah Architectural Database donation
‣ Union Station facade
‣ Fort markers and signs throughout the county
‣ Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum donation
‣ Ogden High School restoration donation
Each September, the WCHF hosts it's annual Historic House Tour featuring Weber County neighborhoods and architectural styles. It's become one of the Fall's most anticipated events and is the Foundation's primary fundraiser.
For more than 30 years, we've been preserving Weber County's heritage. A list of a few of our projects is below:
The Weber County Heritage Foundation and Ogden City Landmarks Commission Joint Meeting to celebrate Preservation Month is at the DaVinci Academy Building, 2033 Grant Ave., Ogden., at 5 pm Thurs. May 22. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
For those who participated in the annual Ogden City Architectural Scavenger Hunt, we'll announce answers and prize winners. There will also be a short presentation by Sarah Langsdon, Associate Curator of Special Collections at Weber State University.
For more info visit our Facebook Page and/or see Spring 2014 Newsletter!