If you’ve ever wondered what the walls of your home would say, were they able to talk, you might want to consider checking out this Wednesday’s workshop organized by the Wooden House Project, whose walking tours we featured last spring. It’s a chance for renters and homeowners alike to find out more about who lived in their wood-frame house, brownstone or apartment building before they did. You’ll learn how to navigate the city’s many resources to find out more about your home sweet home. Whether you’re simply interested in hearing more about the history of your space or possibly considering a restoration project, head to Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse at 7pm to figure out how to find everything from historic photographs to information on past dwellers of your humble abode. Tickets are $25 and available here.