Bolton Hall Museum’s 2nd Saturday programs began again last month after the long pandemic closure. We welcomed Over 50 visitors on October 9th, and we hope you can join us at 1 p.m. on November 13th for November’s program about the architecture of Richard Neutra. Neutra was a leader in the Mid-century Modern movement of the 1950’s and 60’s and his houses are now collectibles. Our speaker for this program is Dr. Barbara Lamprecht who researched and wrote about Neutra’s life and his philosophy of biorealism and how it influenced his creations.
See the attached flyer for all the details and we hope to see you soon.
Note: Please be aware that parking normally available at the nearby Elks Lodge may be somewhat reduced that afternoon due to an Elks event at the same time. Plan to arrive a little early for street parking. If you do find parking at the Elks Lodge, as always please park in the lower part of the lot – away from the building.
Bolton Hall Museum
Home of Little Landers Historical Society