Join the Washington Trust for our annual fundraiser, Vintage Washington!

This year’s Vintage Washington will take place at the Sand Point Naval Air Station Historic District in Magnuson Park in Seattle. This 400-acre campus served for almost 50 years as an air base and aviation training center and is currently operated by Seattle Parks and Recreation. The Washington Trust has fought for the preservation of many historic Sand Point buildings through the decades, and now is an exciting time to witness their rebirth, as artist studios, affordable housing, nonprofit headquarters, and more!

Tonight, we’ll tour historic sites across the former naval air station, including the former firehouse, barracks, and officers’ quarters, before adjourning to the historic hangar for the evening’s program. There, hear from the organizations helping to revitalize the district, from special guest speakers attesting to the power of preservation, and from Washington Trust staff and board members as we announce exciting updates about our Most Endangered Places program.

During the early bird period, tickets are $125 for Washington Trust members and $150 for non-members. Don’t wait to buy your tickets! Starting April 11, ticket prices will increase to $150 for members and $175 for non-members.

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Please note: As this evening’s tour will cover extensive ground and many stories of historic buildings, please email Kristy if you have any questions or concerns about accessibility.