When Lisa Schmidtfrerick-Miller drives along Route 394 outside Chautauqua Institution, her sympathy goes out to the bikers and walkers along the side of the curvy road, dodging speeding cars and inhaling exhaust and particulate matter.
On June 24, 1964 in Chautauqua, Bill Ingram had made a bet with his two other brothers: Whomever was the first to pick up a girl at the College Club mixer could have free rein of their mother’s car for the night.
The 2016 election season may still be on the horizon, but Chautauquans are already busy casting their votes.
When she started playing the piano at age 3, Helga Hulse’s tiny hands provided a challenge. Ninety years later, sometimes they still do.
In times of celebration over the next week, the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra and Symphony Partners are putting on two events where they hope that the Chautauqua community will pay forward a little bit of the joy and good fortune they experience each summer.