07 20 Everett Mid-Century Marvels Architecture Tour POSTED BY katherine mcbride COMMENTS Another great modernist event celebrating Mid-Century Modern architecture in the Pacific Northwest is right around the corner, and this one will not disappoint! Photo: Cope Gillette Theatre (Bank of Everett); Lucas Henning, photographer Where: Cope Gillette Theatre 2730 Wetmore Avenue, Everett, WA 98201 When: Saturday, July 29th @ 10:00 am Get Tickets Presented by Docomomo WEWA in conjunction with Historic Everett: -Discover Everett’s Mid-Century Modern architectural gems -Learn local history on a guided downtown walking tour -Tour three exemplary modern residences Meet us at 10:00 AM to check-in at the Cope Gillette Theatre (originally the Bank of Everett, a New Formalist style bank building built in 1963), 2730 Wetmore Avenue, Everett, WA 98201. Enjoy refreshments. At 10:30 am, Docomomo WEWA Board member and architect Susan Boyle will provide an overview of Everett’s modern architectural history. From 10:45 am to NOON, Historic Everett Board member Jack O’Donnell will lead us on a downtown walking tour. Refreshments will be served during the introduction. Then, from NOON to 2:00 pm, tour three modern residences open to view. You’ll need your own transportation for the house tour. Docents will be at each house. A map will be distributed at check-in. Tour fee: $10 for members of Historic Everett or Docomomo WEWA; $15 non-members. Purchase tickets online through Brown Paper Tickets by clicking on the “Sign Up For This Event” button above. Or purchase at the door the day of the event (cash, check or credit/debit card). Limited space is available. If you are a Docomomo US member or on Docomomo WEWA’s email list, then you’ll be considered a member for this event. All tour fees go toward future programs for both nonprofit organizations. Related PostsDocomomo WEWA Presents: Modern Sacred Spaces | Church of the RedeemerCapital City ModernThe 2017 Mid-Century Modern William Fletcher House TourAn Inspired Space | Artist Tyson Grumm’s Mid Century Modern Gem, Part 2Fresh Views from Architecture Students – UW This entry was posted in 360modern, Architecture, Events. Bookmark the permalink.