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The Walter and May Reuther United Auto Workers Educational Center is a complex of multiple buildings located in a remote setting in northern lower Michigan.
He wanted the faciliity to provide a venue for future leaders of the union to participate in training sessions, bringing along their families to enjoy the various opportunities for recreation the remote location provided.You can also expect stories of the successful duo of the Rock era.John Oates and his band will be performing at the Reuther Auditorium, 913 57th St., Kenosha, starting at 8 p.m.Most of the buildings are connected by enclosed passageways to protect visitors from cold and inclement weather.The primary materials used in the design of the buildings are wood, stone, glass and bronze selected to blend with the natural surroundings and rustic character of the site.Reuther took an active role in the design and construction of the complex, including tagging trees on the site that he wanted to be preserved.
Tragically in May of 1970, on the way to visit the newly completed education center, Reuther and Stonorov, along with Reuther's wife, an aide and two crew members were killed when the plane they were flying in crashed in foggy weather.
Tickets are Premium seats, Prime, Main, and Value.
Order tickets at hap2it.com, or pick up in person at 1420 63rd St., Kenosha, Monday through Friday from a.m. Oates has a special connection with the Kenosha area, since he is friends with Liz and Dick Uihlein, founders of Uline, which is based in Pleasant Prairie, WI. 1 interview, Oates told AM1050 WLIP’s , “Liz and Dick Uihlein have become very close friends and they’re great people, wonderful people.
The various buildings that make up the complex include a main lodge, a dining room, an educational building with classrooms and a library, an auditorium/gymnasium, an Olympic-size indoor swimming pool, lecture hall, billiard room, day-care, teenage center, and tavern.
There is also a staff village, maintenance building, and fire station on the grounds.
Designed by John Chubb and built in 1924, the neo-classical style auditorium seats 1,400 and includes a 40 foot fresco symbolizing Kenosha history with an emphasis on the arts and sciences.