Registration Now Open for Revitalize WA Conference in Walla Walla, May 11-13, 2011

The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation and State Main Street Program invite you to join them in their Statewide Preservation and Main Street Conference to be held at the Marcus Whitman Hotel & Conference Center on May 11-13, 2011.

The two-day conference will feature a variety of sessions relating to the revitalization of our historic downtowns on May 12 and 13.  An additional half-day of “Main Street 101” sessions will be held on May 11, and tours will be offered the afternoon of May 13. Online registration is now available at brownpapertickets.com.

The Trust also invites you to purchase a ticket for a special winemaker’s dinner to be held in conjunction with the conference as a benefit for the Washington Trust!

The Marcus Whitman Hotel will offer a reduced rate for conference attendees who reserve rooms before April 27: singles for $77 and doubles for $84. Be sure to refer to the Washington Trust when you call.

Tel: 1.866.826.9422; www.marcuswhitmanhotel.com.

Questions? Contact the Washington Trust at info@preservewa.org or 206-624-9449.

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