https://youtu.be/qt6RQ1K3nXw Last week, Lauren Artress gave a guest presentation on how to best experience the Chautauqua Labyrinth. The Labyrinth is available to Chautauquans at any time. Weekly Labyrinth walks are held at 6:30 p.m. on
https://youtu.be/rwUgCJdfGdY As a preview for the Lucy Comedy Fest, the National Comedy Center gives Chautauquans a chance to have fun with a model of the chocolate factory machine from the "I Love Lucy" episode “Job
Despite containing no elected officials, the Supreme Court might be the government’s most intact democratic mechanism, according to former U.S. solicitor general Ted Olson. “The other two branches of government are not working very well
https://soundcloud.com/chqdaily/chautauquans-on-theme-soft-power “There have been moments when it felt like the right thing to do was to try and proceed and make peace, and that could only be made by me seeking understanding and my asking
https://youtu.be/IpHZ6IkLcGY On Tuesday, children practiced their reading in Smith Memorial Library by reading to Lola Noller, L.K. Noller’s dog. The duo returns 4 to 5 p.m. Thursday during Library Day.
https://youtu.be/PlIUKDTUCwQ Violinist Stelth Ng and students from Chautauqua School of Dance held an impromptu performance while Chautauquans stood in line to see Sheryl Crow in the Amphitheater last Friday, July 14. Dancers Karlee Donley, Gabrielle
https://youtu.be/j9PThMuhlNE “To cut all the weeds in this lake in one season is virtually impossible,” Steve Holland said. “But I know that we’re doing a good thing for the home owners on the lake.” Holland