Preserving What’s Wright Benefit

Date: Sunday, June 11, 2023

Time: 5:00 – 7:00 pm

In honor of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Birthday, join us for a backyard birthday party
featuring an exhibit of architecture and design by William A Benoudy

Guests will enjoy

  • gourmet grill by Café Napoil
  • cocktails & mocktails by the Wandering Sidecar Bar
  • tours, silent auction, raffle, and more

An exhibit highlighting the architecture and design of William A. Bernoudy will be on display inside the FLWHEP during the event. 

The event will be held on the grounds of Ebsworth Park (120 N. Ballas Road). Shuttle service is provided from parking at St. Gerard Majella Church (1971 Doughtery Ferry Road, 63122).

Tickets $ 150. Casual Attire.
Proceeds support the FLWHEP education and preservation programs.

About William Bernoudy When Frank Lloyd Wright launched the Taliesin Fellowship in 1932, William Adair Bernoudy was a charter apprentice. Back in St. Louis, Bernoudy became the leading advocate for organic modern architecture and his innovative designs helped establish the city’s modernist style. The Gertrude & William A. Bernoudy Foundation proudly sponsors this year’s Preserving What’s Wright, which kicks off a year-long celebration of Bernoudy’s architecture and the value of experiential learning

Preserving What's Wright birthday cake and beverage artwork


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Thank you for supporting the preservation and programs of the FLWHEP!

QUESTIONS: contact Kathryn Feldt, Executive Director, at