COME TO WALLA WALLA, WA!
October 27, 2018
All young (and young-at-heart) preservationists are invited to come to beautiful Walla Walla, WA for a PNWyp meet-up and bike tour! Meet young preservationists from all over the PNW, including Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Items below in bold are PNWyp-specific events, but everyone is invited to join in on the additional events happening over the weekend.
For any questions, please contact Jennifer Mortensen.
Friday, October 26
Washington Trust Annual Meeting & Members Reception
(you don’t have to be a member to attend)
Foundry Vineyards • 1111 Abadie Street, Walla Walla
Crossbuck Brewing • 416 N 2nd Ave, Walla Walla
Saturday, October 27
Explore Walla Walla’s Downtown Farmer’s Market
Crawford Park • Main Street & 4th Avenue, Walla Walla
Barn & Winery Bike Tour
Meet at Pioneer Park • 940 E Alder St, Walla Walla
Olive • 21 East Main Street, Walla Walla
You are responsible for bringing or renting your own bike for the Saturday tour. There are several shops that rent bikes in downtown Walla Walla, and we are working to get some info together to help with bike rentals.
We are finalizing our tour map so everyone can gauge their interest/ability in biking. Anyone not wanting or not able to bike the tour route is welcome to tag along in their vehicle of choice! Be sure to bring about $25 or so for wine tastings and some extra cash if you think you might want to purchase any bottles. Please be responsible when choosing to bike or drive after consuming alcohol.
Generous friends of the Washington Trust in Walla Walla have offered their property to traveling young preservationists, free of charge, for overnight camping. There will be access to a bathroom and a shower, so bring your tent and sleeping bag! RSVP to get info about the camping location and arrangements.
Attendees are also more than welcome to make their own lodging accommodations if that is preferred.
If you would like to join us in Walla Walla, please RSVP!