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Falls historian to present lecture on Buffalo Avenue architecture

NIAGARA FALLS – The Niagara Falls Historic Preservation Society will present the final lecture of its series on architectural preservation at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Unitarian Universalist Church, 639 Main St., between Walnut and Pine avenues.

Architectural historian Tom Yots, former city historian who also served as chairman of Niagara Falls Historic Preservation Commission, will discuss “Historic Buildings of Downtown’s Buffalo Avenue.” His talk will focus on the historic district and National Register of Historic Places buildings along Buffalo Avenue from First Street to John Daly Boulevard. The program is free to the public.

The lecture series and certified docent training program are in conjunction with Preservation Buffalo Niagara, Niagara Arts & Cultural Center and Niagara Falls National Heritage Area.