Chalk Hill-Ohiopyle Rd, Chalk Hill Pennsylvania
Kentuck Knob represents a refinement of the many principles of organic architecture explored by Frank Lloyd Wright throughout his long career. Designed in 1953 for the I.N. Hagan family of Uniontown, Pennsylvania, Kentuck Knob was constructed by local craftsmen whose skills earned the confidence of Mr. Wright himself. The home is built on a hexagonal grid, and is constructed entirely of tidewater red cypress and native fieldstone. An open floor plan, cantilevered overhangs and great expanses of glass artfully integrate the outdoor and indoor spaces. A sculpture park has been integrated with the woodlands and informal gardens surrounding the house, providing an additional attraction for the visitor.
Other History nearby:
(Milesburg) Curtin Village
(Lock Haven) Heisey Museum
(Northumberland) Joseph Priestley House
(Chalk Hill) Kentuck Knob
(Williamsport) Lycoming County Historical Society Museu
(Concord) Museum of New Hampshire History
12/05 Coming to The Chalk Hill area
Saint Anthony's Italian Festival Wilmington DE June9-16 The Italian Festival celebrates the spirit of Italy’s idyllic island paradise, Sicily.
The Kutztown Festival Kutztown PA June29-July7 The Kutztown Folk Festival is the oldest folklife festival in America. Share an Affordable Day of Family Fun with the Pennsylvania Dutch.
Wilmington Pennsylvania Guild Fine Craft Festival Wilmington DE July27-28 The Guild is known for uniting impeccable craftsmen with craft-seeking customers in search of one-of-a-kind objects made in America. This annual two-day event delivers exceptional works to a savvy audience.
Schuyler County Italian American Festival Watkins Glen NY August2-4 The Italian people, known for their love of family, food and friends are the foundation and spirit of this festival.
Arden Fair and Antique Show Arden DE August31 Free live music by a variety of talented musicians. Antiques Market with over 50 vendors for a small admission fee.
Shippensburg Corn Festival Shippensburg PA August31 The downtown main streets are closed to vehicular traffic and transformed into a huge street fair for the day.