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Thursday

“An Evening with Marlon Blackwell, FAIA” - Marlon Blackwell has received national and international recognition with significant publication in books, architectural journals and magazines as well as numerous design awards, including the 2016 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in Architecture and a #1 Design Firm ranking by the Architect 50. Blackwell, working outside the architectural mainstream, will discuss his architecture and design process as being based in design strategies that draw upon vernaculars, building typologies and the contradictions of place, and strategies that seek to transgress conventional boundaries for architecture. Visit www.aiaspokane.org for more information and tickets. Hosted by AIA Spokane, a chapter of the American Institute of Architects. 6 p.m., Chronicle Building Event Center, 928 W. Sprague Ave. $10-$25.

Conventions

Washington Association of County Officials Annual Conference - Washington Association of County Officials, Sunday-Friday, The Davenport Hotel, 150 attendees.

Annual Convention - Reinke Manufacturing Company Inc., Tuesday-Oct. 8, Spokane Convention Center, 450 attendees.

Fall Family Weekend - Gonzaga University, Friday-Oct. 7, Gonzaga University, 2,400 attendees.

Fall Antique and Collectors Sale - Custer Enterprises, Friday-Oct. 7, Spokane County Fair and Expo Center, 8,000 attendees.

IEEE Spokane Section Meeting - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., Friday-Saturday, The River Hotel, 50 attendees.

Northwest District Fall Conference - The Foursquare Church, Oct. 7-11, 500 attendees.

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