Ronald Reagan
The Ronald Reagan Centennial was a historic, year-long celebration during 2011 commemorating the 100th birthday of our nation's fortieth president. Sponsored by the Reagan Foundation, and funded completely through private donations, substantive programs and celebratory events were held around the world – from Los Angeles, California to London, England – honoring the life and legacy of this global leader who inspired freedom and changed the world.
centennial events
centennial events
From Academic Symposia to statue unveilings to concerts and galas, events were held across the United States and Europe celebrating the life of President Ronald Reagan.
coin toss
centennial events
Over 7,000 High School, College, and NFL football teams across America participated in the Ronald Reagan Centennial National Football Coin Toss.
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leadership commitee
Representing America's next generation of leaders, this group of extraordinary athletes, entertainers, and students worked to ensure that President Reagan's torch of freedom is carried on.
The Archive
centennial coalition
View the Coalition, made up of an Honorary Advisory Board and Centennial Committee.
Reagan Library Video Tour

Emmy and Golden Globe winning Actor Gary Sinise hosts this informative video tour of The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum.
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Reagan Centennial Video

Video tribute to President Reagan encapsulating the year’s activities.
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