A volunteer interpreter leads a tour in the Drafting Room at the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1889/1898), Oak Park, Ill. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Frank Lloyd Wright Trust.

The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust will hold training sessions in October for volunteers to give tours at the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio.

Training sessions for volunteer interpreters at Wright’s Oak Park Studio start Oct. 4 at the museum, 951 Chicago Ave., Oak Park, Ill. Sessions will take place on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Saturdays through Oct. 20.

Interpreter training is a concentrated three-week program that involves online study, class lectures and workshops leading to certification. Interested individuals must attend an informational orientation and qualify for enrollment.

Join a community of like-minded individuals who cultivate lasting friendships, enjoy earned memberships, social gatherings, group excursions, access to an active online community and shopping discounts.

More information is available at flwright.org/joingive/volunteer. Or contact Christina Ruscitti, Frank Lloyd Wright Trust volunteer coordinator at cruscitti@flwright.org or 708.725.3815.

The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust is a Chicago-based not-for-profit organization that provides public tours and educational programs at major Wright-designed structures, including his Home and Studio (1889/1898), in Oak Park, Ill.; The Rookery Light Court (1905) in the Chicago Loop; Unity Temple (1905-08) in Oak Park; the Frederick C. Robie House (1908-10) in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood; and Emil Bach House (1915) in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood. For more information, visit flwright.org.

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