Grand Island hosted Nebraska Chautauqua July 21-22, 2023! "What Connects Us"
Popular Chautauqua scholars from previous events returned to the traditional big tent to explore the theme, “What Connects Us” at Stuhr Museum of Grand Island. This festival included family-friendly events, engaging workshops, and Chautauqua-style presentations that allow audience members to interact with historic figures.
All events are free and open to the public.
Chautauqua is a unique opportunity for communities to explore key time moments of history and culture that still affect our lives today.
- Family friendly
- Multiple opportunities to explore topics from the past that affect us today
- Interact with experts, family members, neighbors, and friends
- Free for everyone!
Humanities Nebraska presented this new style of Chautauqua to give participants multiple opportunities to explore the social, economic, political, and international influence of historic events on today’s society. There was a variety of activities and events for Nebraskans of all ages to enjoy, led by various experts and scholars.