Schedule of Events

Throughout the year, we will be celebrating the Hutton story by hosting events around the Spokane community, both on and off campus. For questions regarding event details and specifics, please contact Jessie Laughery at or 509-838-2789.

October 25-27 and November 1-3, 2019: Spokane Civic Theater Presents A Place to Call Home

A play about the childhood dream of Levi William Hutton, playwright Tim Rarick is leading the charge on a new way of telling the story of the Settlement’s founding. The full-length play will be shown on the main stage of the Spokane Civic Theater featuring local talent.

Play Synopsis: When May Hutton died in 1915, her husband of 28 years, Levi W. Hutton, overcame his great sadness and then set out on a journey to fulfill a lifetime dream. Levi, recalling the unhappiness of his childhood without his parents, chose to spend the rest of his days (and his considerable fortune) improving the lives of other unfortunate children. A Place to call Home tells the story of Levi Hutton’s struggles and joys as he built and endowed the 100 year old Hutton Settlement – beautifully situated in the Spokane Valley.

Ticket Price: $25.00/ticket (All Ages)

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Highlighting Our History and Commitment

We aren’t just a place to live, but rather a neighborhood of care, providing opportunities for growth and development for children residing with us. Stay connected and see what’s going on at Hutton Settlement!