January 24th | 6 PM Appetizers | 7 PM Feasting Begins | Carriage House

Explore an extravaganza of Southern Food including roast pigs, sausages, raw oysters, and all the fixin’s. Dance to live music and sip wine, beer, and bourbon at an open bar. This party is a true celebration of Southern cuisine and hospitality.

The whole roasted hog will be displayed at the beginning of the event before we dig in. All you can eat until the pig runs out!

Members receive a discounted rate of $75 and non-members can purchase both a ticket and individual membership for $115.

Appetizers and drinks will begin at 6 PM and the grand feast starts when the Carriage House doors open at 7 PM.

Pigmania is made possible by Prime Meridian Bank.

Thank you to our sponsors!

Wilbur’s Brigade

In-Kind Sponsors

Cuneo Creative

Ann Peipers and Linda Bailey

Cindy Phipps


Shell Oyster Bar

Lagran Saunders and Ben Baldwin

The Slave Wrecks Project

January 10th | 12 PM | Jubilee Cottage
The Slave Wrecks Project is multi-national research collaboration among the Smithsonian Institution, the National Park Service, George Washington University, and several other core partners. The Project uses the search for ships that wrecked during the slave trade as a way to speak publicly about the comprehensive impacts of the global slave trade in shaping today’s world.
Join David Morgan, Director of the National Park Service’s Southeastern Archeological Center, as he shares how this collaboration began, how the National Park Service has been engaged with it, and current efforts to foster it around the globe. His lecture will be titled, “Using Shipwrecks to Bring the History of Enslavement into Memory”
This free program will be held at Goodwood Museum & Gardens in Jubilee Cottage on January 10th at Noon.
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The Evolving Implications of the Decriminalization of Cannabis

February 7th | 12 PM | Jubilee Cottage
State Attorney Jack Campbell will discuss how hemp/marijuana laws have recently changed and how this is impacting the criminal justice system. It will also project out to what has been seen in other jurisdictions and forecast what may be coming in the days and years ahead. Join us for this free monthly lecture.

Old Garden Rose Sale

February 8th | 9 AM-12 PM | Virginia McKee Greenhouse

Take home a beautiful memento of Goodwood’s roses for your valentine! Goodwood has dozens of varieties of Old Garden roses to choose from.

The sale of Goodwood’s own rooted rose plants begins Saturday, February 8th at the Virginia Mckee Greenhouse from 9:00 am until noon. Come early for best selections at $8 per bush.  Choose from over 1100 roses and 100 varieties. The sale will continue on Saturday mornings from 9:00 am to noon until all plants are sold. The Goodwood Rose volunteers sponsor this annual event.

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Chair Yoga

 Mondays | Resumes January 6th | 12 PM | Jubilee Cottage


Gentle Chair Yoga is one of the gentlest forms of yoga. In this class, traditional focused breathing techniques and meditation are practiced with modified yoga strengthening movements and sequences.  This Chair Yoga class, led by KC Knudsen, will resume on Monday, January 6th and continue through the Spring.

Suggested $5 donation per class for wellness programming.

This class is supported by the Knight Foundation as part of Goodwood’s Pathways to Wellness Initiative.


Training Tuesdays

Tuesdays | Begins January 7th | 6 PM | Jubilee Cottage

Keep your fitness journey fresh this spring by trying new workouts and instructors at Goodwood. Learn the foundations of yoga one month, and then step it up a notch with a cardio-centric total body workout the next.  Starting in January through May, join us to find a fitness routine that works for you.

January – Delilah Thomas Hatha Yoga

February – The Refinery Barre Fitness

March – Delilah Thomas Hatha Yoga

April – Premier Health & Fitness Center/TMH TBA

May – Pure Barre Pure Empower

Suggested $5 Donation per class for wellness programming.

This class is supported by the Knight Foundation as part of Goodwood’s Pathways to Wellness Initiative.


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Namaste & Play

2nd Mondays | Begins January 13th | 10:30 – 11 AM | Jubilee Cottage

Play and learn the basics of yoga with your child.  KC Knudsen will be back for once a month of story time for our littlest yogis.  She will begin the class with some calming but upbeat nursery rhyme yoga, followed by a short picture book story, and conclude with some time to play with toys or explore the Goodwood gardens.

Classes will be held in Jubilee Cottage every Second Monday from 10:30 – 11 AM from January to June with a $5 suggested donation.

This class is supported by the Knight Foundation as part of Goodwood’s Pathways to Wellness Initiative.

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Mindfulness Meditation

First Mondays | Begins January 6th | 11 AM | Jubilee Cottage


Start the day off right with this free guided one hour mindfulness meditation with Pamela Chamberlynn, MSW, NBC-HWC offered the first Monday of each month.  Sit, let go, relax, and breathe.

This class is supported by the Knight Foundation as part of Goodwood’s Pathways to Wellness Initiative.


Mindful Eating

Let’s Get Started Now!

Introductory Class
Sunday | January 19th | 2-5 PM | Jubilee Cottage
In-Depth Series
Mondays | Beginning January 27th | 6-7:30 PM | Jubilee Cottage

Many people begin the New Year with resolutions to improve their eating habits, but fall short after a few weeks.  From becoming aware of opportunities in food selection to acknowledging personal responses about food without judgment, mindful eating is a method that allows participants to change their mindset on food even after a lifetime of food struggles.  An introductory workshop for mindful eating will be held on January 19 and an in-depth 6-week series will begin on Monday, January 27. Join Pamela Chamberlynn, MSW, NBC-HWC, in one or both of these mindful eating courses.

Introductory Workshop $50

In-Depth Course $95 (10% off if taken with Introductory Workshop)

This class is supported by the Knight Foundation as part of Goodwood’s Pathways to Wellness Initiative.


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Goodwood’s Got Game Nights!

2nd Wednesdays | Begins January 8th | 4-7 PM | Jubilee Cottage

This free game night for all ages will feature new games and old favorites to encourage community connection and friendly competition. Bring your favorite games to play and share while you enjoy and connect with new people.

Thank you to AARP for sponsoring Goodwood’s Got Game Nights!

This class is supported by the Knight Foundation and AARP as part of Goodwood’s Pathways to Wellness Initiative.

Go With The Flow

Workshop Only
February 23rd | 1-3 PM | Jubilee Cottage | $40
Goodwood Tour, Workshop, and Lunch
May 5th | 11:30 AM-3:30 PM | Jubilee Cottage | $60

Get creative with Acrylic Pouring in a demonstration and workshop with Tricia Beall.  Each ‘pour’ is unique and just like Forest Gump’s box of chocolates, you never know what your gonna get. You will love this new way of expressing yourself creatively and we dare you to do it once and stop, it is so therapeutic and addictive!

Registration is required, and seating is limited.

Tricia Beall is an artist whose experience includes painting in watercolor, acrylic and oils as well as working with collage and wood. She owned her own gallery which represented Russian Impressionists in Hendersonville, NC and trained and worked in fine art, frame conservation, and restoration. Since her recent discovery of the acrylic pour method of painting, she has turned her entire house into a studio and if you look hard enough you can find her all hours of the day and night buried under plastic cups with paint from the tips of her fingers to the tip of her nose! You can see examples of Tricia’s work in the gift shop and Visitors Center at Goodwood.

Tickets Coming Soon…

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Reimagining Jewelry

April 19th | 1-3:30 PM | Jubilee Cottage | $40

As part of Goodwood’s celebration of Earth Day 2020, create your own unique bracelet or necklace by recycling small found objects such as stones, sea glass, buttons, shells, wood, metal, or even game pieces.  Join Joella McGoogan from the Florida Society of Goldsmiths, Northwest Chapter (FGSNW), in being creative by preserving and reusing our Earth’s valuable resources.

There will be a small amount of found objects available, but participants are encouraged to bring their own and extra to share.  We will be using mainly wire wrapping, drilling, and our imagination to attach these objects to create a “new” piece of jewelry.  We will provide the antique brass chain, clasp, jump rings, and wire (sterling silver will be available for an up-charge).  Tools will be provided and are included in the price of the class.

Reel on the Rink

May 1st | 5-10 PM | Roller Rink

Watch a movie with us on the Historic Roller Skating Rink.  More details coming soon…

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Community Garden Volunteer Days

January 18th | 8 AM | Community Wellness Garden

Join us in the Community Wellness Garden for an educational volunteer day.  Learn how to grow fruits and vegetables with your family and get involved in the community garden.

Debunking Diets

February 4th | 12-1 PM | Jubilee Cottage | Free

Diet trends are hard to keep up with—from supplements like MCT oil, collagen, detox celery and beet juices to diets such as Paleo, Keto, plant-based, and the Mediterranean diet. It can be overwhelming and difficult to find a diet that meets your health and wellness goals.

Join Afaf Qasem, Director of Quality of Life Services at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare and Emilie Rice, graduate student and dietetic intern from the Florida State University, as they debunk diet trends. Learn about how these diets and others affect your health and how to find a quality diet/trend that fits your individual needs

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CannaChat:  Medical Marijuana?

March 5th | 1-3 PM | Jubilee Cottage | $10

Building on our February 7th First Friday Medical Marijuana and the Law with State Attorney Jack Campbell, Goodwood will present a panel of education experts on the medical aspects of marijuana.  Turner Davis, RPh, COO at Medical Marijuana Treatment Clinics of Florida will discuss the medicinal properties of cannabinoids THC and CBD, and how these two oils create different marijuana-based medicines that provide healing and pain relieve in users.  FAMU Medical Marijuana Education and Research Initiative’s Patricia Green-Powell will speak to the difference between medical and illegal marijuana and how the unlawful use of marijuana impacts minority communities.  Lastly, Phoenix Fermin, Regional Director, Florida School of Holistic Living will round out the panel to provide a historical perspective of other medicinal plants with healing properties.   A portion of the time will be open for question and answers.

A Month of Earth Days


Celebrate Earth Day all month long at Goodwood!  More details coming soon…

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