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Frank Lloyd Wright Trust hosting free tours for 40th anniversary

A group of people tour Frank Lloyd Wright's Home and Studio. | Sun-Times Media-File

The Frank Lloyd Trust is celebrating 40 years and to commemorate the big anniversary, the trust is opening up its doors to tour the Frank Lloyd Home and Studio for free. According to the organization’s website:

The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust invites Oak Park and River Forest residents and their friends to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first public tour given at the landmark Home and Studio in 1974. Join us the evenings of July 17, 18 and 19 between 5 and 8 pm.

Enjoy free tours and refreshments, try your hand at the Froebel Blocks that influenced Wright, and pose for pictures with Frank. It’s been a great 40 years of welcoming the world to Oak Park and sharing the legacy of America’s most influential architect. We couldn’t have done it without the community’s support. Bring the family and let’s celebrate together.

[See what else is going on for the Frank Lloyd Trust here]

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