. . . or not. Apparently, there's a lack of waxy build-up, visitor-style, in Racine. The Western Great Lakes chapter of the Association for Preservation Technology sent out an email saying they weren't getting much of a response for their scheduled Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's S.C. Johnson & Son campus in Racine, Wisconsin, which will include a film at 12:45 p.m, a presentation on recent restoration projects by Brett E. Laureys of Wiss, Janney, Elstner at 2:00, followed by tours of the buildings.
It's $15.00 for members; and $25.00 for non-members, with 4 CEU Learning Units offered. They're looking for 10 confirmed participants by tomorrow, Friday, or the tour will be cancelled. You have to get up to Racine on your own but, still, this looks like a great event, so if you can make it, RSVP via email by Friday. The tour you save may be your own. More info here. (photograph of S C Johnson administration building © by Jeff Dean, courtesy Wikipedia.)