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October 28, 2010 (Seattle, WA) Come learn about Seattle's landmark nomination process at a workshop hosted by Historic Seattle. Occurring on Saturday, November 6, the workshop will cover the "nuts and bolts" of preparing a landmark nomination, the "ins and outs" of the process for designating landmarks, and where to find historical research. Attendees will get an overview of Seattle's diverse and unique historic resources, discussion of architectural styles, and a review of the preservation achievements of the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods and the Landmarks Preservation Board.

Presenters include professional historians, architects, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods' Historic Preservation staff, Landmarks Preservation Board members, neighborhood activists, landmark owners, and Historic Seattle staff and volunteers. Further one-on-one training for preparing a landmark nomination will also be offered to those actively preparing a nomination. Registration is required.

Location: Good Shepherd Center, Room 202, 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N., Seattle
Date: Saturday, November 6, 2010, 8:30 am to 1:00 pm
Cost: $15 members; $20 general public; $10 students; includes refreshments and a CD of resource materials)
Registration: By phone at 206.622.6952 or on-line at (Deadline to register online is Wednesday, November 3)

For questions, contact Historic Seattle at 622-6952.


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