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Calendar of Events
This Calendar of Events provides information on future conferences, seminars, symposia, dinners, lectures, and other events sponsored by The Churchill Centre, its allies and affiliates, and other related parties.

If you are planning an event that may be of interest to Churchillians and would like to have it posted, send complete details to The Churchill Centre at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Please provide as much information as possible including photographs and contact details. Also, if you know of an event that is not listed, please let us know and we will do our best to track it down and add it to the Calendar.

70th Anniversary of D-Day and Battle of the Bulge Tour Print E-mail
Join us for the 70th Anniversary of Operation Overlord and the Battle of the Bulge.
September 8-18, 2014

Join us for this exciting nine-day tour through France and Belgium visiting key sites of two of the most pivotal battles of World War II. This tour, titled "Road to Victory Part II: Cherbourg to Brussels", is led by Old Country Military and History Tours and sponsored by The Churchill Centre. 

For a reservation form, please click here. For further information, click here.

Contact Justin Reash at The Churchill Centre
Toll Free: +1 (888) WSC-1874 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Chicagoland Annual Black Tie Celebration Print E-mail
Saturday, November 22 2014

The Chicaoland chapter has scheduled its annual celebration of Sir Winston Churchill's birthday for November 22 at the Union League Club. Contact Phil and Susan Larson at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with questions. Reserve your place now! 
2014 New England Churchillians Summer Picnic & Book Discussion Print E-mail
Lakeville, Massachusetts
Saturday, July 26 2014, 12:00-4:00 p.m. (Rain Date - Sunday, July 27) 

The New England Churchillians will gather at the summer cottage of Suzanne and Dan Sigman on Long Pond in Lakeville to discuss Michael Shelden's best-seller "Young Titan: The Making of Winston Churchill". Please respond by 22 July using the coupon attached here. Directions will be provided upon registration.  

There will be an opportunity to swim after the picnic so please pack a suit and towel. Tables will be provided, but bring your own lawn chair.  

The picnic is weather-dependent so please provide a telephone address and/or email to receive updates.  
British Columbia Chapter to Host Michael Shelden Print E-mail
The Vancouver Club, Vancouver B.C. 
Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 5:00 p.m.  

The Churchill Society of British Columbia has announced its event, "Churchill and the Muse of History: His Passion for the Past" with guest speaker Michael Shelden. The best-selling author of "Young Titan: The Making of Winston Churchill" and regular contributor to the Daily Telegraph, Shelden will address the foundations of Churchill's thoughts and the source of his rhetoric. 

Tickets are $25 for members of the Society and $35 for non-members. To register and for more information please click here. Please contact Administrator April Accola for further information at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
The 32nd Annual Churchill Conference, Churchill: Celebrating A Life Print E-mail
London, England - 26-29 May 2015
Location: Crowne Plaza Heythrop Park Hotel and Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire
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Conference Details

As part of Churchill 2015, a year long programme to mark the fiftieth anniversary of Sir Winston's death, The Churchill Centre (UK) is delighted to be hosting the 32nd International Conference of The Churchill Centre in Oxfordshire. Activities will centre around three very British stately homes: Blenheim Palace, where Churchill was born, where he proposed, and where he is buried at Bladon; Ditchley Park, where he conducted high level summit meetings during the war; and Heythrop Park, which is now the home of a Crowne Plaza hotel.

More information including individual and package ticket pricing is coming soon. 

The theme of the conference will be a celebration of Churchill's whole life, and we promise a range of interesting speakers, debates and activities. There will be good food, good wine, good conversation and good company. The formal conference sessions will take place at Heythrop Park on the Thursday (28 May) and at Blenheim Palace on the Friday (29 May). There will be an exclusive benefactors dinner at Ditchley Park on the Tuesday (26 May) which will help provide funds for the conference. On the Wednesday (27 May) delegates will have the option of paying to attend the Churchill Day at Blenheim Palace, a garden party with special tours and activities in honour of Sir Winston. There will be a dinner to open the conference at the Heythrop Park Hotel on Wednesday night (27 May), and a black tie gala dinner in the Orangery at Blenheim Palace on the Thursday night (28 May). There will be memorial services at Bladon church on the Friday (29 May). The conference will finish early on the Friday afternoon, but guests have the option of paying to attend Blenheim's Churchill Memorial Dinner that evening.