The Fabyan Villa was the home of Colonel George and Nelle Fabyan from 1905-1939. Riverbank, the name they bestowed upon their property, was initially a country retreat from their home in Chicago. They hired Frank Lloyd Wright in 1907 to enlarge and remodel the existing farmhouse and shortly thereafter took up permanent residence at the Villa, as they called their home.
Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at the Salad Supper (August 21). Tickets may also be purchased by contacting Nancy Bagdonas--630/200-3944.
o Tour of the of the first and second floor of the Fabyan Villa Museum.
Highlights include the history of Fabyan and Frank Lloyd Wright.
o Tour of Japanese Garden highlights plants, structures and
philosophy behind Japanese Garden.
Family and Friends are welcome!
NOTE: Museum and parts of the garden are not wheelchair accessible and cannot accommodate wheelchairs or motorized scooters. Parking may be tight, so carpooling is strongly suggested.
MEMBERS - WATCH YOUR EMAIL FOR FLYER AND TICKET INFO!
Contact Beck Hopkins--847/466-7592 or email@example.com