Nicole Aimone, Editor-in-Chief
Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Wyoming Valley School just wrapped up on a four month renovation to get the building back in the best shape—and back to some of its original design.
The Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center, the nonprofit that supports and manages the building, was awarded at least $90,000 in grant funds to renovate and restore the historically registered, 1950s built schoolhouse. The renovations were completed earlier this month, and will now be open for workshops, performances and exhibits. The space will also be open for weddings, banquets and business meetings.
Tours of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Wyoming Valley School are offered every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. now to November 15. Tours last approximately 30 minutes. Reservations are not required and tours are free, donations are requested. The school is located three miles from Taliesin, at 6306 WI-23, Spring Green.