Travel Advisory: Find the latest information HERE
Whats New & Fun

History Lives Here: Architecture of the Recent Past: What Park Street Tells Us

Recent Past architecture (1940-1980) is ubiquitous, typically under-appreciated, and rarely considered historic. From modest FHA cottages and iconic Ranch Ramblers, to Mid-Century Modern split-level houses, buildings from this period reflect the history of America as it struggled with war and shortages, and later, when the prosperity of the 50s and 60s introduced backyard living, automobile culture, and eventually a modern space-age take on everything from architectural design to interior decor. The Town of Friday Harbor’s Historic Preservation Review Board is surveying the recent past architecture of Park Street as a study in residential development and character. Tune-in to hear about what Park Street is teaching us. 

Prior registration is required. To attend please contact Sandy Strehlou or 360.622.2037. An invitation with an event link will be sent to you via email prior the day before the event. 

Starts: May 20, 2021

Time: 5:00 p.m.

Location: Zoom
Contact Person:: Sandy Strehlou


Contact Us:
1-888-468-3701 | (360) 378-9551
P.O. Box 1330, Friday Harbor, Washington 98250
Additional Resources

Site by Drozian Webworks
©2021 San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau
Privacy Policy