It was a delight to be on the Roycroft Campus, the most complete building complex in the U.S. that recalls medieval guilds. In East Aurora, NY, these "guilds" - centers of craftsmanship in the late 19th century -- were established by Elbert Hubbard, who was inspired by William Morris and his Kelmscott Press in England, and he thought there should be something similar in America. For nearly a week we experienced one highlight after the other -- for example, dinner and a tour in the lovely home of our outstanding leader, Ellen Moomaw, where Hubbard and his wife had lived for a time, the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Martin House in Buffalo, the Tiffany windows in Baker Memorial United Methodist Church in East Aurora, and museum visits. If you are interested in the Arts & Crafts Movement in America and Frank Lloyd Wright, don't miss this program. It is a 5-star experience!