The 2017 Louisiana Chesterton Celebration Presents…
Mystery at Chesterton Square:
A Celebration of G.K. Chesterton
Saturday, March 11, 2017
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Here’s what some folks said about the 2016 Conference:
“We, of course, had waaay too much fun! Thanks, Karen, for all your hard work, and please let Jane and me know as soon as you know dates for next year’s conference!!”
Rick D. (Michigan)
“It was a great conference. As always Kevin’s presentation as Tolkien was outstanding as was Mr. Chalburg’s portrayal of GKC. I don’t know what could have been done to make the day better.”
Ken L. (Louisiana)
Where: Ponchatoula, Louisiana (45 minutes from New Orleans)
What: A One-Day Celebration featuring the world’s finest speakers!
Lodging: The Microtel in Ponchatoula (985)386-8866 or any hotels in nearby Hammond, Louisiana (Intersection of Interstates 55 & 12).
Cost: Varies – depends on number of tickets. See below. Price includes lunch!
2017 to Feature:
Dale Ahlquist, President American Chesterton Society, creator of EWTN’s, The Apostle of Common Sense.
Joseph Pearce, world-renowned author appears on EWTN & Catholic Radio world-wide.
Kevin O’Brien, of Theater of the Word, Inc., appears on EWTN’s, The Apostle of Common Sense.
Brian Daigle Headmaster of Sequitur Classical Academy , Baton Rouge.
Prices adjust according to number of tickets purchased:
One ticket for $50,
Two for $90,
Three for $130
Table of 8 tickets $320
Student or full-time clergy rate $30
(There will be no refunds this year – consider your check a donation if you cannot attend.)
Email: email@example.com with subject line: Louisiana Chesterton Conference with any questions you may have.
If paying by check…
Make checks payable to: Mud House Art & Literature
Mail checks to: Brian Daigle, 3517 Colonel Gibbons Circle, Baton Rouge, LA 70816
Or register and pay on our website: Chesterton Society of Baton Rouge!
The Chesterton Society of Baton Rouge, The Chesterton Society of New Orleans, Catholic Community Radio, Sequitur Classical Academy, Mud House Art & Literature, The Tangipahoa Tourism Board and Dr. Robert Benson.
See you in March!