The Village Square of Tallahassee

Fridays at 7:00 pm ET as Scheduled

The Village Square is a nervy bunch of liberals and conservatives who believe that disagreement and dialogue make for a good conversation, a good country (and a good time).

It is a non-partisan public educational forum on matters of local, state and national importance dedicated to maintaining factual accuracy in civic and political debate by growing civil dialog on divisive issues, and recalling the history and principles at the foundation of our democracy.

To the Village Square, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation incorporated in the State of Florida and organized under Chapter 617 of the laws of the State of Florida and Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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Village Square: "Our Town"

May 15, 2015

"Our Town" featuring local elected officials.

Broadcast Date: 05-15-2015

Village Square: "Our Town"

Feb 27, 2015

"Our Town", a Tallahassee town hall featuring local elected officials talking about issues of current interest.

Broadcast Date: 02-27-2015

Village Square: "American Values"

Feb 6, 2015

David Blankenhorn, founder and president of the American Values Institute speaks on "American Values."

Broadcast Date: 02-06-2015

Hedrick Smith, former reporter and editor for the New York Times on "Who Stole the American Dream?"

Broadcast Date: 11-07-2014

Village Square: "Amendments 101"

Oct 17, 2014

"Amendments 101", an overview of the Florida constitutional amendments voters will decide in the November election.

Broadcast Date: 10-17-2014

Village Square: 02-13-2014

Mar 5, 2014

Annual Tallahassee Town Hall, featuring a conversation with Tallahassee and Leon County commissioners about our hometown.

Village Square: 01-14-2014

Mar 5, 2014

A visit to the bar called “Fears” for a drink-fueled discussion including the topics: “What if manmade climate change is real and the social welfare state is doomed?”

A spirited panel talks about “The American Dream – Lost”, and a future which could include more inequality, less marriage, failed institutions and forgotten.

A panel made up of local community leaders in school safety, law enforcement, faith, education and law talk about an American culture both decries and celebrates violence.

The Village Square presents “An Evening with Peter Kageyama: For the Love of Cities” in partnership with Leon County, the City of Tallahassee, the Village Square and KCCI, recorded at Tallahassee’s Challenger Learning Center.

Recorded: January 24, 2013