Hacking Heritage is a participant-led unconference where attendees can propose session discussions on any topic related to preservation, history, heritage, and the arts. How do we build community through neighborhood history? How do cemeteries, vacant lots, and wild spaces impact our sense of place? How can podcasts be used to tell new stories about place? Which buildings would you save in Providence if you could, and how would you repurpose it? These are some of the questions that guided sessions at Hacking Heritage in 2019. Join us for more conversation on Saturday, March 7 at Hacking Heritage V!