Learn about historical Lancaster County architecture at the library

By on January 4, 2017
Hans Herr House, also known as the Christian Herr House, is a historic home located in Willow Street. It was built in 1719, and will be a topic of discussion at the Lititz Library on Jan. 14.

Hans Herr House, also known as the Christian Herr House, is a historic home located in Willow Street. It was built in 1719, and will be a topic of discussion at the Lititz Library on Jan. 14.

The board members of the Lititz Historical Foundation will welcome Gregg Scott for a lecture on Jan. 14, at the Lititz Public Library.

Scott, a Lancaster architect, will explore the three most dominant architectural styles of the time: Germanic, Traditional English and Georgian; including Lancaster City and the surrounding countryside.

Gregg Scott

Gregg Scott

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 1:30 p.m. Contact the Lititz Library now to reserve a spot at 626-2255.

Rockford Plantation, located in Lancaster’s Central Park, will be one of many local architectural marvels discussed Jan. 14 at the Lititz Public Library.

Rockford Plantation, located in Lancaster’s Central Park, will be one of many local architectural marvels discussed Jan. 14 at the Lititz Public Library.

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