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WPC's Monthly Newsletter

Fallingwater Reopens the House for the 56th Tour Season

One of the best examples of 20th century American architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater reopens for the 56th tour season on Saturday, March 9. Last year, visitors from around the world toured the house. And starting soon, you can, too via a variety of guided house tours that provide insight into Wright’s architecture and design philosophy. This season continues an interesting exhibition in the Speyer Gallery highlighting Bear Run before Fallingwater was constructed. You can also enjoy a delicious seasonal menu in the Fallingwater Café and unique gift selections in the Museum Store during your visit.  Book your Fallingwater tour today!

Forested Land Protected in Sullivan County
 
Last month, the Yasui family donated a conservation easement on 62 acres of their beautiful forested property in Sullivan County that borders Loyalsock Creek, a major tributary to the West Branch Susquehanna that is popular with paddlers and anglers.  Find out why this donation to nature is important to the Yasui family.
Register Today for Members’ Day
 
It’s that time of year again to enjoy nature, take guided hikes, tour Fallingwater and buy native plants! Come to the 2019 Members’ Day and Annual Meeting from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 4 at The Barn at Fallingwater. The day’s activities also include informative presentations and kids’ activities. Register online or call 1-866-564-6972 by April 25! 
Help Nature by Volunteering

Donate your time and skills to make a difference this spring! We need your help planting trees across the region and improving our natural areas. Your time will help advance the Pittsburgh Redbud Project and restore our natural areas, such as Toms Run Nature Reserve. Sign up now to volunteer.
Attend a Free Movie Screening on Native Plants

Interested in planting or learning more about native plants? Join WPC on April 4 at 5:30 p.m. for a free movie screening of “Hometown Habitat, Stories of Bringing Nature Home.” You’ll learn how to create a habitat for wildlife and bring natural beauty to your home and community. After the film screening, a panel of experts will answer your questions.  Register today to attend.
Volunteer Garden Stewards Needed

If you enjoy gardening, we have several community flower gardens that need your time and care to keep them blooming and weeded all summer long.  View a list of gardens in need and learn more about becoming a steward.
Dear Members, Please Bear With Us!

WPC is currently shifting to new database software to improve our donor service capabilities. We’re working to make this transition as seamless as possible, but if your name, address or any other information is incorrect at any time – please let us know by sending an email to development@paconserve.org or by calling 1-866-564-6972.

Fallingwater Note Card Set

Perfect for gift giving or to share your favorite memory of Fallingwater with others, the Fallingwater Note Card Set is back in stock! Beautifully repackaged using a fall photo of the house at dusk, the boxed set includes 20 cards that feature five different views of the house. Each card is blank and comes with an envelope for your personalization and convenience.  Purchase this card set online today for just $20!

March Desktop Background

Fallingwater, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most widely acclaimed works, was designed in 1935 for the family of Pittsburgh department store owner Edgar J. Kaufmann, Sr. Fallingwater was their weekend home from 1937 until 1963, when Edgar Kaufmann, jr. entrusted the house, its contents and the grounds to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. In 1964, WPC opened Fallingwater to the world, providing visitors from near and far the opportunity to learn more about design and architecture, and experience this iconic view. Download the March desktop calendar featuring Fallingwater.

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