The Roycroft Campus will once again be offering a special Roycroft History Course this Spring. This semester’s theme will be Thinking Outside the Box. We will take a closer look at different individuals from the turn of the 19th – 20th century, and how their radical thinking toward where and how we live would affect life in America even to this day. A different guest speaker will be leading each class. The sessions include:
Thursday, April 12th: Frank Lloyd Wright and a New Way of Living - Patrick Mahoney
Thursday, April 26th: Elbert Hubbard and a New Way of Working – Charles Facklam
Thursday, May 3rd: Suffrage and the Roycroft Women – Linda Ulrich-Hagner
Thursday, May 10th: Buffalo: An Early Modern Powerhouse - Chuck LaChiusa
The Roycroft Power House, 39 South Grove in East Aurora, NY 14052 (unless otherwise stated).
Tuition for the Roycroft History Course, (which includes all four classes) is $10 for Roycroft Campus members - $25 for the general public. Become a member today and receive this discount. Registration is required.
Roycroft Campus members can call (716) 655-0261 to register with their discount.
All proceeds go toward the continued preservation and restoration of the historic Roycroft Campus.