The Clatsop Community College Historic Preservation program, in partnership with the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, is offering a hands-on restoration workshop at the Norman Yeon house near Sunset Beach, Warrenton OR.
Students will learn restoration and construction skills to replace deteriorated windows and repair cedar shingle siding. They will learn techniques for rot repair and facade and wall restoration. Students will also review the history of the house and site. The house, built in 1962 with additions in 1977 and 1988, is an example of the Northwest Regional Style of architecture. It is located on a beautiful 106 acre Sunset Beach site with many native plantings and views of Tillamook Head and Saddle Mountain.
Roger Hazen will lead this hands-on workshop, Saturday and Sunday, June 1-2,
9am-4pm. The workshop is open to the public. College credit is available, and may apply toward continuing education.
Register for BLD
226: Yeon House Window Restoration online at www.clatsopcc.edu or call 503.338.7670.
information contact Lucien Swerdloff at email@example.com or 503.338.2301
Keywords: restoration windows cedar shingles
Posted: May 23, 2013
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