The 37th International Churchill Conference will be held online this fall on 23 and 24 October. While the conference will be based in Britain and include several live sessions, there will also be pre-recorded material from various locations around the world. For the first time, the International Churchill Society will be able to showcase its global membership in a unique way. Registration information will follow this summer.
Conference sessions will begin at 2:00 PM GMT on both Friday the 23rd and Saturday the 24th. This will be 9 am in the Eastern time zone of North America and 6 am in the Pacific time zone. There will be approximately 4–5 hours of programming each day.
Panels on the first day will feature discussions about “Churchill’s Relevance Today” and “Painting as a Coping Strategy.” The second day will include a live “Churchill Quiz” in which viewers will be invited to participate.
A full list of speakers will be announced this summer, but it will include Celia Sandys and Lord Dobbs. Further details will be reported here in the Churchill Bulletin each month as we approach the conference dates.