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A rare opportunity to tour six Greene & Greene-designed properties

Arroyo's Edge: Greene & Greene Interiors 2012

THIS SUNDAY! April 22, 2012
12 noon – 5pm

A rare opportunity not to be missed! Join us Sunday April 22 for “Arroyo's Edge,” when six private Greene & Greene properties will open for touring to benefit The Gamble House.

Along the edge of Pasadena's Arroyo Seco, these houses are almost never open for public touring. Thanks to the generosity of the six homeowners, participants will tour five Greene & Greene interiors and a beautiful garden that remain largely unknown, even to devotees of the Arts and Crafts movement.

The tour includes the incomparable Duncan-Irwin house (1906-08), the Mary Ranney house (1907), F. W. Hawks house (1906), Van-Rossem Neil house (1903-06), S. Hazard Halsted house (1905-15), plus the beautiful garden of the James Culbertson house (1902-14).

Event Day Ticketing & Parking

Free parking for Arroyo’s Edge is at the Avery Dennison parking lot, on W. Walnut Street, 200 yards east of Orange Grove Blvd. (Google Map). This is the location for Will Call tickets, as well as on-site event day ticket sales. Visitors may also purchase tickets online.

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$75 FoGH members
$85 non-members
$50 Children 12 and under

Photo: Exterior Detail, Duncan-Irwin house (Greene & Greene, 1906-08), Pasadena, CA. Photo by Alex Vertikoff

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