The mission of Architecture Days is to heighten
the recognition of architecture as art form and to explore the rich architectural landscape of
Dubuque through programming for all ages.
The Architecture Days committee would like to sincerely thank The Bridge Christian Community and Travis Roehm, the Friends of St. Mary's, St. Raphael's Cathedral, St. Luke's United Methodist Church, Andrew & Emily McCready, Selser Schaefer Architects, and especially Duane Hagerty for volunteering their time and talents to help Dubuque Main Street host this week of architecture themed programming.
The committee also extends its thanks to our sponsors, American Trust, the Diamond Jo Casino, and Selser Schaefer Architects.
ENTRIES FOR THE 2014 SCAVENGER HUNT ARE NOW CLOSED.
The answers to the scavenger hunt were:
Winners of the Scavenger Hunt :
(drawn randomly from all correct entries)
1st Place – Dawn Mueller of Dubuque, IA
2nd Place – Lynn Rusk of Dubuque, IA
All sites are within the DMS service district.
Events are presented by Dubuque Main Street, in collaboration with the Carnegie-Stout Public Library, the Center for Dubuque History at Loras College, the City of Dubuque, Dubuque Community Schools, the Telegraph Herald, the Old House Enthusiasts, the National Mississippi River Museum, The Dubuque County Historical Society, and the Historic Preservation Commission.