Though Boeing is the best-known innovator in travel to have emerged from Washington State, there are many others.
From canoe journeys to flying cars (that actually worked!), explore the history and culture of travel in Washington State. Author and broadcaster Harriet Baskas takes audiences on a tour of notable highlights of state transportation history, examining not just how we get around, but why we travel and where we might be going next.
Audiences will be invited to share family stories of migration, memories of first flights and unforgettable car trips, and consider a future of autonomous cars and vacations in space.
Harriet Baskas has a MA in communications from the University of Washington, has served as the general manager for three Pacific Northwest radio stations, and has created award-winning radio for NPR. Her books include Hidden Treasures: What Museums Can’t or Won’t Show You. She currently writes about airports, air travel, and museums for outlets that include NBC News, CNBC, and USA Today.
Baskas lives in Seattle.
- 6:00 pm, Wednesday,
April 15, 2020
- Okanogan PUD building
1331 2nd Ave N
Okanogan, WA 98840 United States
- 5:30 pm, Monday,
May 4, 2020
- Coupeville Library
788 NW Alexander St
Coupeville, WA 98239 United States
- 7:00 pm, Thursday,
June 18, 2020
- Franklin County Historical Museum
305 N 4th Ave
Pasco, WA 99301 United States
For more information on how to book a speaker, please contact Hannah Schwendeman at (206) 682-1770 x101 or by email.