Historic Seattle is pleased to announce its educational programming for 2016! We have developed a diverse lineup including lectures, tours, workshops, and informal advocacy-focused events that provide a broader understanding and appreciation of our built environment and places that matter. Learn more in our 2016 program brochure or on our website.
2016 Programming Highlights:
- Digging Deeper is a multi-session program introducing participants to primary research materials in Seattle’s many archives
- Quarterly members meetings held at significant historic sites often closed to the public
- In-town and out-of-town tours including First Hill and Montlake neighborhoods, University District churches, Good Shepherd Center gardens, Georgetown Steam Plant, and Vashon and Whidbey Islands
- Lectures and workshops on architecture, fine and decorative arts, and advocacy training
- 8th Annual Preservation Awards event at our newly-refurbished Washington Hall.
We will be kicking things off with our Annual Members Meeting at the German House on January 26th, which includes a short business meeting followed by a presentation, Gold Dust Thief, by Luci Baker Johnson. Luci will share how George Edward Adams, Seattle Assay Office Clerk, skimmed a Klondike Fortune in gold (dust) during the years 1899-1905.
If you’ve participated in our programs, you should receive our program brochure in the mail by mid-January. If you’d like a copy, you can email email@example.com or call (206) 622-6952, ext. 221.
Purchase a Preservation Pass and save 35% over individual member ticket prices. With a Preservation Pass, you gain access to all Historic Seattle sponsored events, even SOLD OUT ones, with the exception of our Annual Preservation Awards event and Whidbey Island out-of-town tour. Purchase by January 31st for $250. After that, the price is $300.