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Town Hall’s admin offices will be closed on Monday, September 3 in observance of Labor Day.
We’re still Inside/Out while our building is under renovation. Join us in a neighborhood near you this fall before we return to our First Hill home in March.
After 18 seasons of programming and over a century since its construction, Town Hall’s building is getting its first major renovation!
Thanks to support from our community, our landmark venue is getting some much-needed love. From necessities like seismic stabilization to vital patron upgrades like climate control and new restrooms, we’re overhauling our building for 100 more years of life.
We can’t wait to re-introduce you to our historic home when we re-open in March 2019. Click below to help fund our renovation or learn more about the project.
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“All quiet along the Avenue,” the Town Crier notes, “and no place to go but home. That haven has had considerable responsibility thrown upon it, along with an unexpected attendance of husbands, all on account of the flu, as it is called for short.” The story continues, “The movies have ceased from moving and the vaudeville is at rest.”
The Spanish Flu was the deadliest disease outbreak since the Black Death roiled through Eurasia in the 14th century. Worldwide mortality estimates were between 50-100 million. Washingtonians were largely spared, though approximately 5,000 died in the epidemic.
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