Historic Seattle 2013 Building Renovation Fair
Co-sponsored by Neil Kelly.
Saturday, April 13, 2013
10 am to 4 pm
153 - 14th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98122
Presentations All Day!
Squire Park neighborhood - one block north of E. Yesler Way at E. Fir Street
Washington Hall is one of the city’s most valuable community resources and Historic Seattle’s current “work in progress”. Ongoing restoration efforts on the 1908 Danish Brotherhood Hall are geared to making it a popular location for live performance, dance, rehearsals, classes, and workshops (Visit www.washingtonhall.org for history and rental information).
It is the perfect location in which to host the third year of our Building Renovation Fair which differs from existing home and remodeling fairs, as we focus specifically on appropriate methods and materials for repairing old buildings. Take this opportunity to meet the region’s experts in old buildings--the salvage houses, restoration and renovation architects, contractors, interior designers, and trades people who appreciate working on the components of old houses in glass, wood, metal, tile and ceramics, plumbing, electrical, hardware, painting, plaster, and wood windows.
WHO should attend? The target audience is: home owners, institutional and, commercial building owners. Check out Making the Most of your time at the Fair to get a sense of how others have learned at the Fair.
You can also view a list of vendors who have shown at the fair as well as a list sample of presentations that have taken place. If you are a vender and would like to have a booth at this years fair, please click on How can I be a vendor at the Fair.
Are you someone who would be interested in volunteering for this event or similar Preserving Your Old House programs? If so, please check out our volunteer program.
The Venue: Washington Hall (Danish Brotherhood)
Cost: Member and General Admission: $5.00; Students free. You may purchase tickets online up until 4pm on Thursday, April 11th, or purchase tickets at the door on the day of event starting at 10am.
Saturday, September 13, 2014
10:30 am - 12:00 pm