Due to overwhelming interest in the Pints from the Past community event featuring the Willamette Falls Legacy Project's cultural landscape report, an encore will be held on January 10, 2017 at Lake Theater & Cafe in Lake Oswego.
All are welcome, admission is free, no tickets required! Doors open at 6 p.m. and the presentation is from 7-8 p.m. Facebook event link
Laurie Mathews, Director of Preservation Planning and Design at MIG, will be giving an encore presentation on her work to create a cultural landscape report for the Willamette Falls Legacy Project will inform the riverwalk design process.
The event will also provide the audience an opportunity to share their thoughts on how to tell the stories of this extraordinary place through the design and interpretation of the riverwalk.
Laurie Matthews is an award-winning preservation planner and designer and cultural landscape historian with a diverse range of research, analysis, planning, design and consensus-building experience. She has applied the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties to dozens of historic properties throughout the U.S., including such iconic places as Yosemite National Park, Hearst Castle, Halprin Open Space Sequence, Dorris Ranch and Point Reyes National Seashore. Ms. Matthews specializes in cultural landscape reports, master plans and interpretive plans for our nation's most treasured places which help shape how we plan, design and understand our heritage.
Pints from the Past is a discussion series and ongoing collaboration between the Clackamas County Historical Society, Oregon City Public Library, and Lake Oswego Public Library.