September 26, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm| $30 – $45
Weird Homes Tour is back – VIRTUALLY!
*** Access Links Have Been Emailed Out***
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See the weirdest homes in PORTLAND, the weirdest city in America!’
Each year, the Weird Homes Tour seeks to showcase a variety of interesting homes and their interesting homeowners; everything from usual architecture to kooky collections and everything in between!
Now in it’s THIRD year, the Portland Weird Homes Tour is doing something a little different this year – we are producing a 100% Virtual tour. Now you can come along with the Weird Homes Crew and visit these wonderfully weird homes from the comfort and safety of your home! And anyone in the world can tune in to enjoy!
Tickets for the tour are just $25 per device or for $45 you will get a ticket PLUS a copy of our bestselling coffee-table book: Weird Homes: The People and Places That Keep Austin Strangely Wonderful (US orders only).
AND with every ticket you buy, you are supporting affordable housing in Portland. A portion of all tickets sales goes directly to Central City Concern and their fight for affordable housing.
THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT ONLY – Ticket purchasers will be emailed an access link ONE HOUR before the event (double-check that spam folder). Homes will be shown on a schedule. You can watch a recording of any home you missed for up to TWO WEEKS after the event!
*Photos by Thanin Viriyaki Photography.
Central City Concern (CCC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency serving single adults and families in the Portland metro area who are impacted by homelessness, poverty, and addictions. Founded in 1979, CCC provides a comprehensive continuum of affordable housing options integrated with direct social services including healthcare, addiction treatment, and employment support. Every year, nearly 14,000 people find help and hope for the future at Central City Concern.
10% of all the proceeds will go towards Central City Concern and their fight for affordable housing.
For more information and to get involved, please visit www.centralcityconcern.org