Preservation Meetings of Interest: Week of January 25, 2010

Washington Hall, 1937 / Photo: Washington State Archives, Puget Sound Branch

Learning from Historic Sites and Annual Historic Seattle Members Meeting- TONIGHT!

Be among the first visitors to Historic Seattle’s newest project. Our purchase of Washington Hall in 2009 gives the century-old building an opportunity to continue to play a significant role in the arts and heritage community for a second century. Where: Washington Hall, 153 14th Avenue one block north of E.Yesler at E. Fir Street. When: Monday, January 25, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm. Registration: Free/donations accepted.

INS Building / Photo: Eugenia Woo

Community Event in Chinatown/International District – Wednesday, January 27

INS Holdings is hosting a community event, inviting organizations and interested neighborhood folks to learn more and provide feedback about its plans for the renovation of the INS Building, a historic property listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Where: Bush Hotel Assembly Hall, 409 Maynard Ave S. When: Wednesday, January 27, 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm. For more information, contact Molly Brumley:  (206)262-0363, ext. 105 or mbrumley@colehourcohen.com.

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