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RAW VENUE #16
Add some architecture to your art! All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Chicago’s oldest wood-frame church, recently went through a $1.7 million dollar renovation. Built in 1883 and still in vibrant use today, All Saints’ is one of the finest examples of Stick Style architecture in Chicago, which is counted (along with Shingle Style) as one of the two most purely American styles of the nineteenth century.
Hours for the open house are 11am-6pm on Saturday, 9/16 and 12:30pm-6pm on Sunday, 9/17. Bell tower tours on Sunday from 2:30-4:30pm. Sunday services are at 8am, 9am, and 11am. All are welcome.
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