With the 2016 season winding down, Chautauqua Golf Club still needed to crown a champion. They took take care of that in the season’s penultimate tournament at the Men’s and Women’s Club Championship over the
For more than half a century, barbershop quartets have been harmonizing in the Amphitheater. Before the venue is rebuilt later this year, the Barbershop Harmony Parade will perform one more concert on its historic stage.
Sue Evans isn’t exactly sure why it’s called pickleball. “We’ve been known as the Picklers or the Chautauqua Pickles, whatever you choose,” she said. “But we’ve become a very close-knit group. We’re social players
The Slugs had no trouble with the YAC PAC in the Chautauqua men’s softball league championship Wednesday evening, cruising to a 38-11 victory at Sharpe Field. After drawing nine walks in the first inning,
At some point, you’re going to be faced with the inevitable question: What is Chautauqua? You could do worse than pointing to the Old First Night Run. Chautauqua is 15-year-old Tyler Clark separating himself from
Ben McCauley, putts as his father Jack McCauley watches during the Men's Member Guest Golf Tournament on Sunday, July 24, 2016, at the Chautauqua Golf Club. Photo by: Mike Clark Ben McCauley, hits out of
Judy Williams serves while playing with her teammate Karan Chopra during the team tennis tournament Saturday, July 23, 2016, at the Chautauqua Tennis Center. Photo by: Mike Clark Karan Chopra plays in the team tennis
Sometimes, when she’s waiting for a performance to start in the Amphitheater, Peggy Ulasewicz will count the shirts. There’s the one of the Athenaeum Hotel porch from 1998. The Hall of Philosophy from 2011.
Cory Richards has never done this before. His 10:45 a.m. lecture Wednesday in the Amphitheater won’t be the first time Richards has spoken in front of a crowd, but he said that delivering this particular
For the YAC PAC, it was another heartbreaking loss. For the Slugs, it was business as usual. Chautauqua men’s softball league action continued on Monday night, as the Slugs overpowered the Arthritics 20-1 and
Melissa Long is ready for questions about carrageenan. Just try to stump her with a concern about mono- and di-glycerides. This summer, Chautauqua Institution’s nutrition consultant is prepared to help everyone learn a little