Roycroft History Course: Fact or Fiction – April 28th & 30th


Roycroft History Course:

Roycroft Fact or Fiction

Thursday, April 28th at 7pm EST – IN-PERSON at the Power House

Saturday, April 30th at 11am EST – VIRTUAL

The History of the Roycroft is filled with some very unusual tales, some of which are rather hard to believe. This presentation is filled with strange stories of Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters. Some of these stories are completely true, while other are made-up. Come along on this fun-filled adventure and see if you can tell which are fact and which are fiction.

Alan Nowicki

Mr. Nowicki came to the Roycroft Campus in 2010 by way of PBS. He is responsible for all classes and programming on the Campus, including tours, instructors and workshops, the Roycroft art shows, the Roycroft Film Society and Book Club, and special events throughout the year. He also helps maintain the Campus website, as well as the training and handling of volunteers and docents. He has 15 years of experience working in educational programming, professional development and community outreach.

Mr. Nowicki has also been a teacher for more than 20 years, having taught in every grade level from Pre-K through college, specializing in art and history. He has given multiple talks around the region on Elbert Hubbard and the history of the Roycroft Campus.


$20 tuition – zoom link will be provided by email the week of the event. Or come to the Roycroft Power House (39 South Grove St.) for the live presentation on April 28th.

Registration is required.

All proceeds benefit the continued preservation & restoration of the historic Roycroft Campus.