The author will relate her work on consumerism and our throw-away mentality to preservation.
Wednesday, October 31
5:00 ‐ 7:00; Doors open at 4 pm. ("Story of Stuff" video will be shown at 4:30)
Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox
Free to the public.
The outspoken journalist and Space Needle Writer‐in‐Residence Knute Berger (Mossback) will discuss sustainability and preservation at the closing plenary luncheon. Mr. Berger is the author of the regional bestseller "Pugetopolis" and the just‐published "Space Needle: The Spirit of Seattle."
Saturday, November 3
12:00 ‐ 1:30
Location - TBD
Tickets ‐ $25.00
Songs and dances have always been a very important part of the life of the American Indian. You are invited to join the Tribes of the Inland Northwest for a celebration of culture and rich history. See firsthand how Tribal traditions are preserved from generation to generation of the Interior Salish people.
Thursday, November 1
5:00 ‐ 7:00
Free to the Public
The evening's starry nights and twinkling lights beckon and guide you to some of Spokane's most beautiful and coveted historic homes. Step into these architectural gems and experience the variety and artistry of baronial England. French gold leaf and Art Nouveau, American Craftsman and streamlined mid-century modern traditions. Walk through history and learn about the homes' citizens, entrepreneurs, businessmen, social benefactors, civic leaders and political giants. Finally, relax at the end of the evening at Cliff Aerie, with its sweeping city views.
Thursday, November 1
7:00 ‐ 10:00
Meet at - TBD
This year, the National Trust for Historic Preservation celebrates the best of preservation by presenting the Richard H. Driehaus National Preservation Awards to individuals and organizations whose contributions demonstrate outstanding excellence in the field. Join us in honoring this year's award recipients on Friday, November 2 at the fabulous Fox Theater, home of the Spokane Symphony and winner of a 2010 National Preservation Award.
Friday, November 2
6:00 ‐ 7:00 Doors open at 5:30
Location: Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox
Free to the public