Explore free, outdoor exhibits at Chipley Park. No purchase or registration required.
This year, art presentations will be in the Chautauqua Hall of Brotherhood from Friday until the end of the event and will feature many art media from talented local artists.
On Saturday, April 15, from 1-1:45pm, stop by the First Presbyterian Church on Circle Drive to play your favorite board games and sample new ones. Interested in purchasing a new game? The Gamers & Gifters Hobby Shop is close by! No advanced registration is required to attend this event.
Play against other chess lovers! There will be two tournaments: one for adults, and one for youth. Attendance for the event is free, but registration is required to participate in the tournament.
Every year, the Association selects a person to plant a tree in his or her honor. The 2023 tree is in honor of Mike Hill, former Florida Chautauqua Association board member, who passed away January 16, 2023.
Vespers will be held at St. Agatha's Episcopal Church on Friday, April 14, and Saturday, April 15. Click the button below to learn more about vespers.
Hear from experts about events from the 1920s and how they shape our world still today. From film and epidemics to war and women's rights, learn what history continues to teach us. Sessions are $15 each.
This year features a morning and afternoon performance tea on Friday and Saturday revolving around the 1920s theme. Learn about music throughout the decades and prohibition. Teas are $25 each.
Learn how to make origami. Pieces can be used to play Tiddlywinks, a popular 1920s game, at home. Advanced registration for this class is required.
The Welcome Party is the official kick-off event for the Assembly. Join us on Thursday, April 13, from 6pm-8pm to celebrate the 2023 Assembly and meet the keynote speakers, faculty, and other Assembly participants.
Dinner performances are on Friday and Saturday and will feature 1920s-style entertainment in a beautiful Cafe NOLA, a 1920s-decorated restaurant featuring Cajun cuisine.