BAGDAD — This Saturday, Feb. 2 at 10 a.m. the Bagdad Village Preservation Association continues its winter time lecture series at the Bagdad Museum on Church St. in Bagdad.

The title of the lecture is "Living in a Mill Town, Then and Now", by Bagdad Village Preservation, president Michael Johnson, BS. Johnson will lecture on what it was like working and living in Bagdad during the mill's boom days in the late 1900's. Plus, he'll address living with Bagdad's current Santa Rosa County Historic Land Development codes in a National Historic District.

Johnson will talk on techniques and methods of construction then and now and explain why historic preservation are paramount to the future of Santa Rosa County and the state of Florida.

Come experience what it's like living in a grand past, a great present while looking at a glorious future in the historic village of Bagdad, cir. 1840. For more information call 850-293-5349