Kenilworth Club

410 Kenilworth Ave
Kenilworth, IL

The Kenilworth Club Assembly Hall, designed by noted architect George W. Maher, is the historic building that has served as Kenilworth’s community house since its construction in 1906. The Kenilworth Club represents an evolution of the old New England village meeting house. With its long, low roof forms, simplified details in stucco and timber, distinctive art glass windows, and open interior spaces, the Hall stands as one of the very finest examples of the Prairie School of architecture that flourished in the Midwest shortly after 1900.

Seated: 200
Reception: 300