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This summer the Coolidge Foundation, in partnership with the Debate Institutes at Dartmouth, will be pleased to host some of the best and brightest high school debate participants at the Notch to debate economics. We invite Foundation members and friends to participate in this exciting event as judges. Please email [email protected] if you are interested in judging for our debate program.Find out more »
Keynote speaker James H. Douglas on "Can Democracy Survive in Today's Partisan Environment?"Find out more »
Twenty immigrants from 16 different countries will take the oath of allegiance and become citizens of the United States of America.Find out more »
Great stories are hard to resist. You’re invited to come to beautiful Plymouth Notch to hear Constitutional scholar, Kevin Ryan, from the Vermont Bar Association, tell the story of the United States Constitution and what it means today.Find out more »
The Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation is pleased to announce that our 2nd annual New York Gala Dinner will take place on Thursday, November 6, 2014 at the Metropolitan Club.
The dinner will feature two debates on income inequality: Senator Phil Gramm will debate Chrystia Freeland, Canadian MP, and top international high school debaters will square off in our Team USA vs. Team Canada debate.
The Coolidge Prize for Journalism and the Calvin Prize for Youth will also be presented. Special dinner appearances by: Lawrence Kudlow, Holman Jenkins, and Thomas W. Smith. Join for a night of of contest and a night of celebration!Find out more »
The Coolidge Foundation is marking the 40th anniversary of the 1974 Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act with a conference on reforming the federal budget system. Budgeting was President Coolidge’s specialty. Coolidge once remarked budgets were “a sort of obsession with me."
Today, America's budgeting process again requires significant overhaul. This conference brings together the nation’s leading experts on budgeting to illuminate the historical record and address changes that both parties can make together to improve Congress’s budget laws and practices. Breakfast and lunch provided free of charge.
RSVP today, space is limited!Find out more »
Step back in time and enjoy the traditions of the season in one of Vermont’s most scenic villages. Visit the Coolidge Birthplace, decorated as it would have been in the late 19th century. Winter exhibits at the Museum & Education Center, Aldrich House, Plymouth Cheese Factory, and 1924 Summer White House office. Baking demonstration and book signing by Gesine Bullock-Prado at 2:00. Sleigh rides, holiday music, craft demonstrations, lunch at the Wilder House Restaurant, special cancellation at the historic Plymouth post office, and children’s holiday activities. 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM. The event is free.Find out more »
Join us for President's Day educational events and a lecture entitled "Mr. Coolidge Goes to Cuba" by Program and Editorial Associate Rushad L. Thomas.Find out more »