Spokane Preservation Advocates cordially invites you & your guests to
SPA's 17th Annual Holiday Celebration & Fundraiser
Saturday, December 7, 2013 - 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
The Historic Hutton House
2206 East 17th Avenue, Spokane, WA
Please bring an appetizer or beverage to share - no red wine, please.
Self-guided tour of the home welcome - no spiked heels, please.
Tickets are $25 per person in advance & are available by RSVP with
the mailed invitation, or follow the Tickets-Donation link above.
Please return RSVP by Nov. 30th. Day of the party, tickets will be $30 at the door.
Your guests & potential members are also invited & are welcome to attend.
Proceeds from ticket sales benefit SPA’s preservation efforts.
Photo of the Hutton House by Linda Yeomans.
Built in 1914, the historic Hutton House is a hallmark example of the Neoclassical style. It was designed by prominent Spokane architect, George W. Keith, and was built for Levi and May Arkwright Hutton, two of Spokane’s most generous humanitarians and civic benefactors. In addition to their home, the Huttons built the multi-story commercial Hutton Block in downtown Spokane and the Hutton Settlement, one of the country’s finest and longest-running orphanages. May Arkwright Hutton was a strong woman with strong beliefs and led the suffrage movement that gave all women who resided in Washington State the right to vote. The Hutton House is listed on the Spokane, Washington State, and National Registers of Historic Places.