Where the community convenes to experience the evolving human story.
We are inspired by the model of the Circuit Chautauqua, the historic cultural and educational project which traveled the country, town-to-town, spreading culture at the turn-of-the-20th-century.
Cerimon House has created a like-minded gathering space: a harbor to sample The Humanities. We’ve opened the doors of our public assembly hall (relatedly, built in 1924) and present diverse cultural and educational programming on matters of society & citizenry, ecology & equality, and more. The time has come in our worlds history for a refreshing reminder of how to gather in fellowship and learning.
Please visit our four galleries in the footer (The Four C's) to learn more about our Humanities programming.