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Licensed to Party!
It’s a long journey to get licensed. If you made it, you deserve a party. So we’re throwing you one.
The first annual Licensed to Party will recognize and celebrate everyone (and their families) who recently got licensed in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, or certified in Interior Design. We’ve rented out Peninsula Park for the day, all are welcome to attend!
Anyone and everyone is welcome, including (especially) the families of new licensees who have worked so hard to help make the goal of your architect/landscape architect/interior designer a reality!
If you’re one of the new licensees, make sure to select the “New Licensee” ticket below and fill out the two questions so we can properly celebrate you! And if you know someone who fits this category, please forward this invitation on to them!!
The party’s going down at Peninsula Park the afternoon of September 29th. Appetizers and drinks available all afternoon, courtesy of Mugshots Cafe. The playground, ball fields, and tennis courts will be OPEN for business, and ready for your afternoon of relaxation and celebration, complete with a photo booth on-site for you to capture the day!
Party Central will be under “Picnic Shelter A” near the center of the park on the Albina Avenue side.
As a bonus, Michael Riscica, founder of Young Architect, will be on site hosting a workshop from noon-1pm to help those currently thinking about or going through the licensure process in architecture. Tickets and full information for that workshop are available here. We can’t wait to see you there!
Thank you to our sponsors!
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- Peninsula Park
700 N Rosa Parks Way
Portland, OR 97217 United States + Google Map