Upcoming Roycroft Book Club Selections for 2019

The Roycroft Campus Book Club is excited to announce its book selections for 2019. Upcoming titles are:

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April - Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover

June - The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware

August - The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle

October - The Library Book by Susan Orlean

The Roycroft Book Club take place in the Roycroft Power House and will be meeting at 7pm on Wednesday evenings. For more information on the selections and the club please click here.

Free and open to the Public




Roycroft History Course

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The Roycroft Campus will be offering a new Roycroft History Course this Spring.  A different guest speaker will be leading each class, which takes place Thursday evenings starting May 2nd at 7:00pm in the Museum on the Roycroft Campus (Print Shop), 21 South Grove St. in East Aurora, across the street from the Roycroft Inn.

May 2: Alexis Jean Fournier: The Roycroft "Court" Painter - Grace Meibohm

May 9: Western New York: Epicenter of the American Arts & Crafts Movement - Alan Nowicki

May 16: The Roycroft and Self-Sufficiency - Mary Jo Graham

May 23: Stickley: An Insider's Look - Mike Danial

Click here for more information or Click here to Register



Watercolor & Wine - Summer FieldSummer Field

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 - 6pm to 8pm

Bring your friends, some snacks and a bottle of wine, and learn the basic techniques of watercolor painting with Roycroft Campus artist-in-residence, Kateri Ewing. We will be painting a summer field inspired by Knox Farm State Park.

Tickets are $35 per person - art supplies provided.

All proceeds benefit the continued preservation & restoration of the historic Roycroft Campus.

This event will be held at the Power House: 39 South Grove St., East Aurora, 14052.

Click here to Register


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Art & Antique Show - June 29th & 30th 10am - 5pm

Enjoy the summer sun on the Roycroft Campus! Join us for our Art & Antique Show as we feature over 70 artists, antique vendors and cultural groups. While strolling the beautiful Campus grounds, you can find old and new treasures, visit with live animals from Thistle Creek Alpacas and Wild Spirit Education, and watch artist demonstrations in copper and glass. Other highlights include live music, several lunch options from local food trucks, as well as other snacks and treats.










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