Gordon House: A Moving Experience Feature Discussion Sept. 14, 7 p.m.
Gordon House is honored to be featured in the spring 2016 exhibition at the MOOT in Oregon City. As members of the Clackamas County Historical Society, the Gordon House Conservancy supports the history and interpretation of the County where this Wright house was originally sited.
The show tells local stories of conservation, restoration, and preservation. explores the many facets in the struggle to protect historic properties. The historic buildings in the area are a tangible link to our past. The choices made to save these buildings can speak volumes about their significance to their communities.
Visitors will learn about the efforts to maintain and faithfully recreate the beautiful trappings at Timberline Lodge; the incredible endeavor and difficult decisions made in relocating the only Frank Lloyd Wright house in Oregon; the conservation efforts behind the Ermatinger House; the theories about the unique construction of the Molalla Log House; and the challenges of preserving the Carman House.
Visit MOOT to see what steps are being taken to maintain this link to our heritage, and what still needs to be accomplished!
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Contest Entries Accepted Now
Adults & Youth Welcome, Individuals & Groups
Companies, School Classes, Friends, Restaurants, Bakers, Designers, Modelers, Builders
Amateurs & Professionals
It's time to design, plan, and practice building your own gingerbread house. Enter by yourself or with a friend. Family, school, or company entries welcome too. Bring your best design to the Gordon House the week before Thanksgiving. The houses will be displayed from Thanksgiving through New Years in the Gordon House living room for all our guests to see.
Fill out the form above. There are four age categories: Children (9 and under), Young Adults (10-18), Adults, and Professionals. Groups are determined by the age of the youngest.
Houses must be mostly comprised of edible materials. Gingerbread is not required. They may have a maximum of six inedible pieces for decoration, but those pieces may not function as support beams for the house. Houses must fit within a 15" X 15" square and on a platform.
Entry fee is $1 per house for youth or $5 for adults. Prizes will be awarded including People's Choice Award and Critics' Choice Award.
The Gingerbread House Exhibition will open to the public on November 25. Admission is $5 per person, children are free, and a self-guided tour of the house is included. The Gingerbread Construction Zone weekends in the kitchen let everyone try to create a house.
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