On the morning of Aug. 11, approximately 250 members of the Bestor Society and the Eleanor B. Daugherty Society gathered in Smith Wilkes Hall for the annual Scholar in Residence program, presented by the Chautauqua Foundation.
When violinist-to-be Lenelle Morse went to her friend’s house in third grade, she was not jealous of her Barbies or…
The Chautauqua In Bloom season officially ended Wednesday at the garden recognition ceremony in Smith Wilkes Hall, during which the winning gardens of this year’s biennial contest were announced.
All you need is love — and a little knowledge gleaned from a special Beatles course held Week Five. The…
If mushrooms are the gateway food to vegetarianism, the Bird, Tree & Garden Club might be an enabler.
DFT Communications, Partners in Technology, will underwrite Bravo! Bravo!: A Family Friendly Opera Revue and special Q-and-A at 6 p.m. today in Smith Wilkes Hall, as well as several Community Appreciation Nights offered on select evenings as part of the free Family Entertainment Series.
The Symphony Partners hosts the first of its three Brown Bag “Meet the Musicians” events at 12:15 p.m. today in…
Last Wednesday, diplomat and author Dennis Ross sat with political scientist Geoffrey Kemp in the Amphitheater for a discussion on the conflict in Gaza and the jihadist group, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS. The discussion of international politics was blunt and garnered a warm welcome from Chautauquans.
Friends of Chautauqua Theater began their relationship with Chautauqua Theater Company 20 years ago, watching the company’s productions from uncomfortable chairs crammed in close proximity to one another.
The Chautauqua Symphony Partners will be hosting their second Brown Bag lecture of the season at 12:15 p.m. today at Smith Wilkes Hall.