Beyond Boundaries: National Preservation Conference 2012

October 30 – November 3, 2012, Spokane will host the nation’s premier preservation conference: the annual conference of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.  Planning for the conference is well underway, and this page will serve as one source of local information as the date draws closer.  If you have questions, would like to receive information or would like to be involved in planning, contact bdsinfo@spokanecity.org.

Here is what the Trust is planning in Spokane:
“Rich in native cultures and a leader in sustainability, Spokane is Eastern Washington’s jewel that showcases urban, suburban, and rural preservation challenges and solutions in one city.  Come to Spokane to bridge chasms, break tradition, and explore what going beyond boundaries can do to instill a preservation ethic in Americans of all ages, backgrounds and outlooks.”

Coming to Spokane for the Conference?

See what Spokane has to offer to visitors in this video produced by Purple Crayon Pictures
∙∙Spokane Promotional Video

See “Places that Matter” in Washington:
∙∙This Place Matters 2011 #1
∙∙This Place Matters 2011 #2

Find information to help you plan your visit:
∙∙Visit Spokane information page

Preview Spokane Heritage Walking Tours:
∙∙Heritage Tours

Find information about our history:
∙∙HistoryLink.org

Contact Local Conference Planning Partners
∙∙Spokane City/County Historic Preservation Office
∙∙Spokane Preservation Advocates
∙∙Spokane Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau
∙∙Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture
∙∙Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation
∙∙Washington Trust for Historic Preservation

Contact National Trust for Historic Preservation
∙∙National Trust website
∙∙2012 Conference Page