Winter Chautauqua

Northwestern Oklahoma State University
2929 E Randolph Ave
Enid, OK 73701

Winter Chautauqua

Address:
Northwestern Oklahoma State University
2929 E Randolph Ave
Enid, OK 73701
Phone:
580-747-1839
Phone:
580-237-1907

Chautauqua was a popular adult education movement in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This education movement persists for all ages today at the Winter Chautauqua in Enid.

This is an exciting event with two workshops and a fascinating evening presentation on Northwestern Oklahoma State University's campus. This event celebrates culture and heritage, with a goal to further understanding of history through entertainment, lectures and concerts. Don't miss this chance to learn something new and participate in a piece of history.

In 2020, Peter Small will portray Thoms Edison through an interactive program showing how the Wizard of Menlo Park invented the electric light bulb, phonograph and motion pictures. Visit Enid for the special one-day showing of Winter Chautauqua.

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Hours

Workshops: 10:30am and 12pm
Evening presentation: 7pm
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