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22nd Annual Chautauqua



Delaware's 22nd Annual Chautauqua - Women's Work: Campaigning for Social Change Banner

Thursday September 10, 2020 – Friday September 11, 2020
AND,
Saturday September 19, 2020 – Sunday September 20, 2020

*Programs – Virtual via Zoom

*Entertaining & Educational

*Experiences for All Ages

*Interact with Historical Legends!

All programs are free and open to the first 100 registrants!

NOTE: this event is being held through Zoom. You MUST REGISTER for each individual program at the link (in blue) following each program description listing on the schedule to receive instructions for viewing each session. 

If you have need assistance with registration or getting your Zoom invitation or questions for events through the Zwaanendael Museum please email: HCA_ZMevents@delaware.gov .

For events through the New Castle Court House Museum, please email  newcastlecourthousemuseum@gmail.com.

This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email. 

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Schedule of Events:

Please select a date below to view event details for that day as well as to register!

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Chautauqua: Past and Present Chautauqua takes its name from a series of adult education programs first held at Lake Chautauqua, N.Y. during the late 19th century. Chautauquas spread throughout America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries bringing speakers, teachers, musicians, entertainers, preachers and specialists of the day to a wide cross-section of the nation’s rural and small-town population.

Circuit Chautauquas (also known as Tent Chautauquas) would be presented in tents pitched in a field near town. After several days, the Chautauqua would fold its tents and move on to the next community. Reborn in the 1970s as a vehicle for humanities education, modern Chautauquas are organized around a core program in which re-enactors take on the persona of celebrated historical figures, speaking and interacting with audiences. The 2020 Delaware Chautauqua is co-sponsored by The New Castle Historical Society, Delaware Humanities, and the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs.

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