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Important Educational Program for Old House Weatherization

Portland’s Clean Energy Works program, homeowners Roy and Kim Fox are undertaking weatherization that will reduce their energy consumption by 30% while keeping intact the character of their 1884 Queen Anne home.

Come learn how during tours beginning each hour. 

Tour a fantastic 1884 home, learn more about the Clean Energy Works program, and how you can weatherize an older home without impacting its vintage character.

When: Saturday, May 22, 2010 (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.)Where: 5915 NE Rodney Ave., PortlandAdmission is free but a small donation is suggested (All proceeds support the education programs of the Architectural Heritage Center) No pre-registration required. Guided tours will be given on the hour throughout the day.

Due to space constraints, each tour is limited to a maximum of 40 people and is first-come first served. The last tour will start at approximately 4:00 p.m. If you have questions about this tour, please contact Val Ballestrem, AHC Education Manager, via e-mail or 503-231-7264.

This program is supported by:EcoTech LLCEnergy Trust of OregonClean Energy Works Portland Oregon State Historic Preservation Office National Trust for Historic Preservation MORE INFORMATION:  www.visitahc.org  

Barbara Pierce Marketing and PR Manager Regular Office Hours:  Wed 9am-6pm   Architectural Heritage Center Resources and Inspiration for Historic Preservation 701 SE Grand Ave. Portland, OR 97214 503.231.7264 x24 www.VisitAHC.org