Vote Now! Help Restore Washington Hall

Help Historic Seattle raise funds to restore Washington Hall and create a permanent home for community arts and culture organizations.  It’s easy—just vote!

The American Express Partners in Preservation initiative is granting $1,000,000 to deserving historic sites in the Seattle-Puget Sound area. American Express and the National Trust for Historic Preservation have selected twenty-five sites, including Washington Hall, to take part in the initiative and the winner will be determined by your vote.

With your help, we can raise the money to restore Washington Hall!

  1. Vote for Washington Hall! You can vote once a day through May 12th, 2010.
  2. Spread the word!  Tweet, post on Facebook, forward this email, and shout it from the rooftops!

Historic Seattle thanks you for your support!

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Visit the new Washington Hall website.

About Washington Hall

Located in the Seattle’s Squire Park neighborhood in the Central District since 1908, Washington Hall has been a place for the community to gather, celebrate and learn for over 100 years.  With a rich history of hosting pivotal musicians like Jimi Hendrix, Duke Ellington and Count Basie, and trailblazing activists such as W.E.B. du Bois, Marcus Garvey, and Martin Luther King Jr, to serving as a gathering place for the Danish Brotherhood in America and Sons of Haiti, community dances and gatherings, Washington Hall is poised to serve as an important community landmark for years to come.


1 Response to “Vote Now! Help Restore Washington Hall”

  1. 1 John April 17, 2010 at 10:15 am

    We got a couple of postcards about this from Town Hall. This seems tacky. Vote for this great architectural location, so it wins out over that other great architectural venue? Feels like “Sophie’s Choice”.

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