Step back in time this holiday season with classic window scenes on display in the Main Ave windows of the Davenport Grand Hotel.
Five window bays on the south side of The Grand hotel will display scenes featuring refurbished figurines rescued from the basement of the former Crescent Department Store. Each of the five windows are designed by local artists Stephanie Bogue, Melanie Lieb, Derrick Freeland and Jazmin Ely under the creative direction of Tiffany Patterson. Window painting by Mallory Battista.
November 27 through January 2. Windows open Saturday November 27 at 4:30pm; Fridays and Saturdays: Noon-10:00pm; Sunday through Thursday: 3:00-8:00pm.
View from the South Side – 333 W Main Ave
These windows are made possible thanks to underwriting by the Downtown Spokane Business Improvement District, with facility contribution and logistical help from Davenport Hotels.
Special thanks to volunteers Bob and Patt Hooker, Sandra Freeman, and Steve Skok.
See more found display items from the historic Crescent Department Store in the windows at the Fox Theater, 1001 W Sprague Ave, and the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, 2316 W 1st Ave.
Do you have display items or other memorabilia from the Crescent? Downtown Spokane is interested in adding to our collection so we can continue to bring mid-century memories back to the City of Spokane. Contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org to talk about contributing to the collection.