From the Director

For ten weeks starting in mid-May, Fearrington Cares will be a practicum site for a student working on a dual Master’s in Health Behaviors and City Planning. Stephanie Tepperberg will work with staff, the Board and focus groups of residents to develop a community-informed plan...

On Tuesday, May 16, 7:30 pm in Chapin Auditorium, Caroline Bruzelius will present Modern meets Medieval: Digital Technologies and Historic Buildings. Caroline Bruzelius is the Anne Murnick Cogan Professor of Art and Art History at Duke University and studies Gothic architecture and urbanism in France...

I just learned that the Joomla Protostar template, a modified copy of which I built the FHA website, uses version 2 of the Bootstrap framework (for responsive-to-small-screen templates). The latest version of Bootstrap, and the one discussed on the w3schools.com website is version 3. Version...

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The FHA Board is pleased to announce that the misunderstanding with the dedicated, hard-working and valued editors of the Newsletter has been resolved to the satisfaction of all involved. The newsletter will continue to be edited by Dinah McAllister and Diane Vannais. In addition, the...