Northwest Archivists, Inc.

Registration Information

  • We are encouraging participants to register by April 17th  to assist the local arrangements committee with catering and conference preparations. PLEASE NOTE: Checks only will be accepted as payment for onsite registration. 
Click here to register online.

We are encouraging everyone who is able to register online.  If you are not able to pay online with a credit card or via your Paypal account, you can still register your information online and mail a check.  If you are not able to register online, please download a paper registration form here and follow the registration instructions.  Trouble with your registration form?  Contact Mary McRobinson at mmcrobinson@willamette.edu or (503) 370-6764. 
 
 
Conference Registration:
  • Regular rate - $164.30 if paying electronically ($160.00 if paying by check)
  • The following is included in the cost of registration:
    • Any of the Thursday workshops and the evening reception at the Oregon State Archives (hors d'oeuvres and one drink ticket included)
    • Friday sessions, morning and afternoon breaks, lunch, OHC and NWA Award Ceremony dinner at Willamette Heritage Center
    • Saturday sessions and continental breakfast
  • Student rate - $82.30 if paying electronically ($80.00 if paying by check)
  • The following is included in the cost of registration:
    • Any of the Thursday workshops and the evening reception at the Oregon State Archives (hors d'oeuvres and one drink ticket included)
    • Friday sessions, morning and afternoon breaks, lunch, OHC and NWA Award Ceremony dinner at Willamette Heritage Center
    • Saturday sessions and continental breakfast
  • Friday Only Registration (April 27) - $102.80 if paying electronically ($100.00 if paying by check)
  • The following is included in the cost of Friday registration:
    • Plenary, all Friday sessions, lunch and OHC and NWA Award Ceremony dinner at Willamette Heritage Center
  • Guest Tickets for Friday evening's Award Ceremony may be purchased during the registration process for $35.00 per ticket.


Workshops are included in the Regular Registration fee. You may register for more than one. Please indicate which workshop(s) you plan to attend during the registration process.

Please click here for workshop descriptions.


Museum Tours

Historic Deepwood Estate, the Bush House Museum and the Willamette Heritage Center are offering a joint discounted ticket to conference attendees. Purchase the $6.00 ticket and have the opportunity to visit all three. Tickets good from Thursday, April 26 through Saturday, April 28, 2012.
The Bush House Museum is nestled among natural groves of old oak trees in a gracious pastoral set­ting that served as a gentleman’s farm for the Bush family. This 1878 Italianate residence was the home of pioneer Asahel Bush II, a key fig­ure in the early politics of Oregon and in the development of Salem. Wednesday – Sunday with tours at 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00pm -- 503–363‑4714,
http://salemart.org/?page_id=152

Historic Deepwood Estate is an 1894 Queen Anne Victorian Home situated on approximately 4 acres of manicured gardens and nature trails set in the heart of Salem near its downtown core.
Wednesday -- Saturdays, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm -- 503-363-1825,
http://www.historicdeepwoodestate.org/

Willamette Heritage Center at The Mill is a stroll through the Willamette Valley's pioneer and industrial past on this beautiful 5-acre campus with its collection of 14 historic buildings that encompass the saga and richness of Oregon’s past.  Among the structures on site is the 1841 Jason Lee House, 1841 Methodist Parsonage, 1847 John Boon House, 1858 Pleasant Grove Church, and the 1896 Thomas Kay Woolen Mill.
Monday through Saturady, 10:00 am - 5::00 pm -- 503-585-7012, http://www.willametteheritage.org/


Other Events




Saturday Afternoon:

Tour, Talk, and Celebrate Preservation in Salem and Across Oregon

Join long-time supporters and freshly minted students of historic preservation in celebrating the 35th birthday of the HPLO at a special celebration at Salem’s Willamette Heritage Center. Immediately following the conclusion of the 2012 Oregon Heritage Conference, the HPLO invites friends of preservation to indulge in birthday cake and beverages, participate in guided tours of the historic Mission and Mill complex, and engage in a town hall conversation about where we’ve gone and where we’re going as a statewide preservation movement. As a special treat, attendees will each receive a printed copy of A Past for Our Future, a limited print booklet authored by former Oregon National Register coordinator Elisabeth Walton Potter. Originally delivered lecture-style, A Past for Our Future provides the most comprehensive overview of the historic preservation movement in Oregon published to-date. Elisabeth and HPLO staff will be on hand to discuss the booklet and hear from you what preservation issues are happening in your backyard. 

 

HPLO members free; suggested donation $10 for non-members. All proceeds from this event will be matched dollar-for-dollar by an anonymous challenge grant.

 

 
 
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