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Celebrate Seattle’s Beautiful Old Architecture with Historic Seattle

By Seattle Mag May 9, 2014

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!–paging_filter–pCelebrate the urge to preserve our city’s built heritage at a href=”http://historicseattle.org“Historic Seattle/a’s strongSixth Annual/strong strongPreservation Awards /strongonstrongnbsp;/strongMay 13, 5:30–8 p.m., at the Good Shepherd Center (Wallingford, 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N)./p
pTickets are $85 for the general public, $75 for Historic Seattle members and $30 for students ($25 of the fee is tax-deductible and benefits the the group’s educational progams). Register by calling Historic Seattle at 206.622.6952, or by clicking stronga href=”https://www.historicseattle.org/events/eventdetail.aspx?id=596“here/a./strong/p
pAs well as seeing this year’s showcased private and public projects, you’ll be treated to appetizers, beverages, desserts, and a keynote address byem Seattle Magazine/em’s own Knute Berger./p
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