Wednesday, September 8, 2010

ACT 48 Teacher Sessions at Kentuck Knob

There are still spots available each Tuesday during September for the Kentuck Knob Teacher Sessions. Pennsylvania teachers will receive 6 free ACT 48 hours.

The day includes a private, in-depth tour of the Kentuck Knob House and Sculpture Meadow and lesson planning.

Please contact Educational Marketing Coordinator Heidi Ruby Miller at to reserve a spot.

Teachers look down from the Prow of Kentuck Knob.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Exploritas (Road Scholar) Visits Kentuck Knob

This spring, Laurelville hosted the Exploritas (now Road Scholar) program for Frank Lloyd Wright: Revolutionary Contributions in Modern Architecture.

I had the pleasure to present two workshops to these lifelong learners, as well as give them a tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's House on Kentuck Knob.

Exploritas 2010

From front to back: Louise Archer, Dave Hackston, Bob Shetler, Leah Beth Shetler, Mary Jean Overholser, Fern McLaggen, and Heidi Ruby Miller
Photo by Mary Ellen Bossert