CELEBRATING OVER 40 YEARS OF THOUGHT AND LEADERSHIP.

Celebrating over 40 years of thought and leadership.

As a nonprofit organization, the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches is Florida’s largest non-partisan political and public affairs organization. Since 1976 when President Jimmy Carter served as its inaugural speaker, the Forum Club has hosted a majority of U.S. Supreme Court justices and a variety of thought leaders whose words and actions affect the world in which we live. Please visit our Upcoming Speakers page to learn more about the impressive lineup of speakers we have slated for the 2017 Season and to purchase tickets!

The 2017-2018 Forum Club Season closed in May with an impressive lineup of speakers including:

Florida Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Forum
Brad Meltzer
Laura Ingraham
Obama Foundation CEO David Simas
Brian Kilmeade
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein
U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta
School Safety in the Wake of Parkland (panel discussion)
Florida Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Forum
Chris Matthews
Jon Meacham

The 2018-2019 Season Forum Club Season will convene in August, and we look forward to announcing our next lineup of speakers in late June!

Upcoming Events

November 26

Judge Rosemary Barkett
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts – Cohen Pavilion
Doors open at 11:15 a.m. Program begins at noon.
Tickets on sale October 16
This event is almost at capacity, so online ticket ordering is no longer available. Please contact Kelsey Joyce at kjoyce@forumclubpb.com to inquire about tickets.

Become A Member

Interested in becoming a Forum Club member?

The Forum Club caps its membership at 800 individuals with a waiting list. Applications are accepted year-round and must include the names of two current members willing to serve as references, as well as a $25 non-refundable application fee. New members are approved by the Board of Directors twice annually (March and June), and the remaining $475 membership fee is due immediately following acceptance into the Forum Club.

SUPPORT BRYAN FOR GOVERNOR

Having traded the ever-sunny Australian shores for the, well, ever-sunny beaches
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