The American Music Landmarks Project is excited to be an official participant in the third annual National Historic Marker Day on Friday, April 28th! We are eager to support this wonderful initiative of the William G. Pomeroy Foundation by helping music fans get connected with an opportunity to assist an historic marker of musical significance in their community or region. This coincides with our public service mission to cultivate awareness, appreciation and active stewardship of the places that shaped our collective music history.
Visit the foundation’s official National Historic Marker Day webpage to learn more, register and download your volunteer kit. Participation is free for both individuals and groups alike and those who register will receive stickers, cleaning supplies and be considered for service awards. The volunteer kit includes suggestions for kid-friendly activities to engage a new generation.
JOIN US IN CELEBRATING MUSIC LANDMARKS ON NATIONAL HISTORIC MARKER DAY! Here are some ways you can make music history sparkle and shine April 28th and throughout the year:
Contact us at email@example.com if you’d like help finding an opportunity to assist a music marker in your community or region. Visit the official National Historic Marker Day webpage to register and download the volunteer kit. Participation is free and open to all!
RSVP on our official event page and connect with other participants who are passionate about music history. We invite music landmark operators to post volunteer opportunities and information on related public events they are hosting on National Historic Marker Day.
Spotlight music landmarks in your social posts using tags #musicmarker and #musiclandmark. Show off your hard work by sharing your photos and videos on our event page or by sending them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to be featured on our website and socials!
We hope plenty of music markers receive special treatment and celebration on National Historic Marker Day April 28th and year ‘round! Whether you’re planning to clean an historic marker on this national holiday or are planning to do so in the future, check out the William G. Pomeroy Foundation's helpful Marker Cleaning Guide to assist you with the step-by-step process.