Free event in Lake Oswego will include demonstrations, presentations and vendor booths

The Lake Oswego Historic Resources Advisory Board and the Oswego Heritage Council will host a Your House Matters Expo on Sunday that's designed to help owners of homes built before 1970 make their houses more livable for today while maintaining the character of the house and its neighborhood.

The free event, which is scheduled from 1-4 p.m. at the Oswego Heritage House (398 10th St.), will include a presentation by local building designer and preservationist Rachel Verdick. She will discuss why older homes are significant personally and financially not only to their owners, but

also to the surrounding community.

Vendors expected to participate include Green Savers and the Lake Oswego Sustainability Advisory Board, Green Window Restoration, Indo Window, the Lake Oswego Historic Resources Advisory Board, the Lake Oswego Preservation Society, the Lake Oswego Public Library, MCM Construction, the Oswego Heritage Council and Rodda Paint.

Parking is available at the Heritage House and in the lot across the street at Christ Episcopal Church (1060 Chandler Road).

— The Review

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