All you need is love — and a little knowledge gleaned from a special Beatles course held Week Five. The
There wasn’t a time when Mary Whitaker wasn’t smiling, and that’s not much of an overstatement. Between her two loves — golf and music — the reasons were few and far between to not be happy.
For two decades, the PNC Financial Services Group, Inc., has helped underwrite a variety of lectures and performances and celebrated
Kathy and Jim Pender and the Michael Pender Fund of the Cleveland Foundation are sponsoring tonight’s Family Entertainment Series, Aga-Boom, at 7:30 p.m. in the Amphitheater
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.
For the first time since their organization’s inception two years ago, all eight members of the NOW Generation’s Advisory Council gathered under the same roof.
Chautauquans were invited to the Athenaeum Hotel parlor on Thursday evening to meet and chat with Rossen Milanov, Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra’s new music director and conductor.
Last Saturday morning, Cathy Nowosielski, co-chair of the Chautauqua Fund, urged a crowd of Chautauqua Fund volunteers at the Athenaeum Hotel parlor to “capture the Chautauqua moment.”
RUBY WALLAU | Staff Photographer Arthur and Shirley Duffy, pictured here on their front porch, have funded an endowment to
In his 1921 history of Chautauqua Institution, The Story of Chautauqua, Methodist clergyman and Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle leader Jesse Lyman Hurlbut wrote of the “Chautauqua Idea”: “education for everybody, everywhere, and in every department of knowledge, inspired by a Christian faith.”