Tour bungalows, the famed Blacker House and more at Craftsman Weekend in Pasadena

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Jim and Jack Ipekjian, who oversaw the restoration of the Blacker House, will give a private tour of the home as part of Craftsman Weekend 2017.
(Dennis Hill)

Fans of all things Craftsman, prepare to swoon over the latest Craftsman Weekend Oct. 26-29, a celebration of Pasadena’s unique contributions to the American Arts and Crafts movement.

The 40th event, sponsored by the nonprofit preservation group Pasadena Heritage, will include tours of significant Craftsman-era houses, including the Gamble and Blacker Houses, a cemetery tour, a cabinetmaker studio tour, a variety of bus and walking tours, an Exposition Show and Sale, lectures on energy efficiency and Craftsman-era kitchens, and evening receptions at historic sites.

Craftsman Weekend

When: Oct. 26-29

Cost: Some events are free, others are $18 and up. Tickets may be purchased online, by calling Pasadena Heritage or visiting the office, 651 S. St. John Ave., Pasadena, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. (626) 441-6333.

Info: pasadenaheritage.org

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