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It’s that time again. You’re filled with generosity, but your wallet not so much. You can still support a great cause like protecting Oregon’s historic places without spending a dime more than you normally would. These will take only a few moments of your time and you can enjoy the warm glow of doing something good […]
The Restoration Celebration is a festive evening celebrating what makes Oregon, OREGON. Architects, craftsmen, concerned-citizens, developers, designers, and historic property owners come together to recognize and toast exemplary preservation and reuse projects with the DeMuro Awards.
We also announce Oregon’s Most Endangered Places ®, a keystone program of Restore Oregon. We work hand-in-hand with sites earning this designation to bring together rehabilitation expertise, resources, grants, and local support to bring these significant and irreplaceable sites back to life in their communities and be passed forward to future generations.
The proceeds of this event support Oregon’s Most Endangered Places ®, fund necessary legal work, and allow us to act as your voice in local and statewide government. Without you we wouldn’t be able to do this important work! If you are not able to attend, but still wish to support us, buy a raffle ticket today!
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2016
THE HISTORIC SENTINEL HOTEL, PORTLAND
RECEPTION & DINNER | COCKTAIL ATTIRE
*Please note tickets are non-refundable.
If you or your company would like to sponsor the 2016 Restoration Celebration
or purchase tables,
please contact Sarah Heath (971) 717-6895
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In the past year, Restore Oregon has made great strides towards protecting and preserving the places that make Oregon livable and sustainable. This is an update on two of the places that were on the 2016 list of Oregon’s Most Endangered Places and have now progressed toward the ultimate goal of a long-term viable use. The […]
Restore Oregon is proud to announce that the Presenting Sponsor of the 2016 Restoration Celebration is Versatile Wood Products, a Portland company owned and operated by Richard and Anne De Wolf. (Buy your Restoration Celebration tickets now!) Richard and Anne De Wolf are not just partners in business, but in life. Their story began in […]
Placed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2015, and named one of Oregon’s Most Endangered Places that same year, the 1896 Lindberg House in Port Orford is a stunning example of the Queen Anne style and shingle-siding craftsmanship. The house was designed and built by John Peter Lindberg between 1892 and 1896, and […]