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Sean Keating, 15, from the Chautauqua School of Dance practices an arabesque press with Charlotte Spahr, 4, from Children’s School on Friday, July 21, 2017 in Bestor Plaza. PAULA OSPINA / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER

WEEK FIVE 1


SATURDAY, JULY 22

7:00 (7 – 11) Farmers Market

7:15 (7:15–7:45) Centering Prayer. Mystic Heart Community Meditation. Leader: Carol McKiernan. Donation. Hall of Philosophy

8:45 (8:45–9:15) Hebrew Congregation Torah Study. Rabbi Frank Muller. Hurlbut Sanctuary

9:30 (9:30–11:30) Hebrew Congregation Sabbath Service. Service led by Rabbi Frank Muller. Susan Goldberg Schwartz, cantorial soloist. Kiddush to follow in Hurlbut Social Hall. Hurlbut Sanctuary

9:30 Chabad Jewish House Community Shabbat Service. Rabbi Zalman Vilenkin. Kiddush will follow at 12:15 p.m. Zigdon Chabad Jewish House

12:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

12:30 (12:30–2:30) Social Bridge. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Women’s Club.) For men and women. CWC House

2:00 Student Vocal Chamber Music Recital. (School of Music.) (Benefits the Chautauqua Women’s Club Scholarship Fund.) Fletcher Music Hall

2:00 Scavenger Hunt. (Progammed by the Sports Club.) All ages and abilities welcome. Fee. Sports Club

2:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

2:15 THEATER. Detroit ’67. (Reserved seating; purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center or Visitors Center ticket offices and 45 minutes before curtain at Bratton kiosk.) Bratton Theater

3:00 LECTURE. Contemporary Issues Forum. (Programmed by Chautauqua Women’s Club.) Philip Kotler, S. C. Johnson Distinguished Professor of International Marketing, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. Hall of Philosophy

4:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

4:00 (4–5:30) Student Chamber Music Recital. (School of Music.) (Benefits the Chautauqua Women’s Club Scholarship Fund.) McKnight Hall

4:00 (4–6) Piano Performance Class. (School of Music.) Suggested fee. Sherwood-Marsh Studios

5:00 Catholic Mass. Hall of Philosophy

6:00 (6–7:45) Chautauqua Choir Rehearsal. All singers welcome. (Two rehearsals required to sing at Sunday worship services.) Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall

6:45 Pre-Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra Concert Lecture. David Levy. Hurlbut Sanctuary

8:15 CHAUTAUQUA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. “Inter-arts Collaboration: Mango Suite.” Rossen Milanov, conductor. Derek Bermel, composer. Sandra Cisneros, author. Sasha Janes, choreographer. Featuring artists from Charlotte Ballet, Chautauqua Theater Company and Chautauqua Voice Program. Amphitheater

Fancy Free Leonard Bernstein

“Mango Suite”
· A House of My Own
· Boys & Girls
· Cathy Queen of Cats
· Darius & the Clouds
· Hips
· Chi-Town Jump
· Four Skinny Trees
· One Longing / Beautiful & Cruel
· Bums in the Attic
· Mango Says Goodbye Sometimes
· A House of My Own

Derek Bermel

 

SUNDAY, JULY 23

••• “Staying Alive” closes. Strohl Art Center Bellowe Family Gallery

••• Chautauqua School of Art Annual Student Exhibition opens. Through Aug. 3. Fowler-Kellogg Art Center

7:45 Episcopal Holy Eucharist. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

8:30 Songs, Prayers, Communion & Meditation. Hurlbut Church

8:45 United Church of Christ Worship Service. UCC Randell Chapel

9:00 Episcopal Holy Eucharist. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

9:15 Catholic Mass. Hall of Christ

9:30 Services in Denominational Houses

9:30 Unitarian Universalist Service. Hall of Philosophy

9:30 Unity Service. Hall of Missions

9:30 Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) Service. Octagon Building

9:30 Christian Science Service. Christian Science Chapel

10:15 Sunday School. Ages 3–11. Children’s School

10:45 SERVICE OF WORSHIP AND SERMON. “In — We Trust.” The Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli, senior pastor, Foundry United Methodist Church, Washington, D.C. Amphitheater

11:30 (11:30 until sold out) Chicken Barbecue. (Chautauqua Volunteer Fire Department.) Fee. Chautauqua Fire Hall

12:00 (12–3) Youth and Family Orientation. Learn more about youth programs at Chautauqua. Hultquist Center

12:00 (12–3) Youth Registration. Register for Children’s School and Boys’ and Girls’ Club. Hultquist Center

12:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

12:00 Concert. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Amateur Musicians Program.) Dixie Lakesiders. Chautauqua Fire Hall

12:00 (12–2) Flea Boutique. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Women’s Club.) Behind Colonnade

12:00 (12–3) Special Studies Meet and Greet. Outside Hultquist Center

12:00 (12–4) CWC Artists at the Market. Farmers Market

12:15 Catholic Mass. Hall of Philosophy

12:30 AA / Al-Anon Meeting. Marion Lawrance Room, Hurlbut Church

2:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

2:00 (2–3:30) Student Chamber Music Recital. (School of Music.) (Benefits the Chautauqua Women’s Club Scholarship Fund.) McKnight Hall

2:15 THEATER. Detroit ’67. (Reserved seating; purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center and Visitors Center ticket offices and one hour before curtain at Bratton kiosk.) Bratton Theater

2:30 CONCERT. New York State Summer School of the Arts School of Choral Studies. Amphitheater

3:00 (3–5) Opening Reception. Chautauqua School of Art Annual Student Exhibition. Fowler-Kellogg Art Center

3:30 (3:30–5:30) Jewish Film Series. (Programmed by the Everett Jewish Life Center.) “Fever at Dawn.” Everett Jewish Life Center

3:30 (3:30–5) Poetry and Prose Reading. (Programmed by the Writers’ Center.) Todd Davis, poetry. John Thompson, prose. Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall porch

4:00 Life Member Celebration. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Women’s Club.) Hats encouraged. Donation. CWC House

4:00 (4–4:30) Blessing of the Animals. Miller Park

4:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

4:00 Flute Community Master Class. (School of Music.) Rick Sherman. Fletcher Music Hall

4:30 (4:30–5) Pre-Vespers Musical Reflection. “Sharing God’s Gift.” Joseph Musser, pianist and composer. Hall of Philosophy

5:00 VESPERS. (Chaplain’s Journey of Faith.) The Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli. Hall of Philosophy

5:00 Open Mic. (Programmed by Chautauqua Literary Arts Friends.) Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall Porch

5:00 Massey Memorial Organ Tour. Meet in the choir loft. Amphitheater

6:00 New Visitor Information Session. Hultquist Center

6:30 (6:30–7:30) LGBTQ and Friends Meet and Greet. (Programmed by the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Chautauqua.) Athenaeum Hotel porch

7:00 Palestine Park Program.
“A Journey Through Biblical Times.” Palestine Park

7:00 Duplicate Bridge. Fee. Sports Club

7:00 Schubert Student Recital. (School of Music.) (Benefits the Chautauqua Women’s Club Scholarship Fund.) Fletcher Music Hall

8:00 SACRED SONG SERVICE. “Mary, Mother of God: Christmas in July.” Chautauqua Choir. Amphitheater

8:00 THEATER. Detroit ’67. (Reserved seating; purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center or Visitors Center ticket offices and one hour before curtain at Bratton kiosk.) Bratton Theater

8:00 Hebrew Congregation Shirley Lazarus Sunday Speakers Series. “Music of a Forgotten Master: David Nowakowski (1848–1921).” Ron Graner, cantor. Hurlbut Sanctuary

9:30 Service of Compline. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

MONDAY, JULY 24

7:00 (7 – 11) Farmers Market

7:00 (7–9) “Dawn Patrol” Round Robin Doubles. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Tennis Center.) Sign up at 4:50 p.m. the prior evening at the Farmers Market. Chautauqua Tennis Center

7:15 (7:15–8) Mystic Heart Meditation: Spiritual Practices of World Religions. Leader: Subagh Singh Khalsa (Sikh Dharma). Donation. Presbyterian House Chapel

7:45 Episcopal Holy Eucharist. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

8:00 Daily Word Meditation. (Programmed by Unity of Chautauqua.) Hall of Missions

8:00 Amphitheater Tours. Meet at stanchion displays outside northwest gate

8:15 (8:15–9) Mystic Heart Meditation: Spiritual Practices of World Religions. Leader: Kim Hehr (Kundalini Yoga Meditation). Donation. Presbyterian House Chapel

8:45 Catholic Mass. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

8:55 (8:55–9) Chautauqua Prays For Peace Through Compassion. Hall of Missions Grove

9:00 Monday Morning Coffee Hour. (Programmed by the Alumni Association of the CLSC.) Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall porch

9:15 MORNING WORSHIP. “Hear and See.” The Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli, senior pastor, Foundry United Methodist Church, Washington, D.C. Amphitheater

9:15    UU Talkback. “Shock and Law.” The Rev. Rod Richards. Unitarian Universalist House

10:00 (10–12:30) Voice Master Class. (School of Music.) McKnight Hall

10:00 (10–5) 2017 Chautauqua Piano Competition Preliminaries. (School of Music.) (Benefits the Chautauqua Women’s Club Scholarship Fund.) Sherwood-Marsh Studios

10:15 Service of Blessing and Healing. UCC Randell Chapel

10:45 LECTURE. “A Polarized Country’s Polarized Court.” Linda Greenhouse, Knight Distinguished Journalist in Residence, Yale Law School. Amphitheater

10:45 Story Time. All ages welcome. Smith Memorial Library

12:10 Catholic Mass. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

12:15 Knitting4Peace. (Programmed by the Department of Religion.) Hall of Missions

12:15 Brown Bag. (Programmed by the Ecumenical Community of Chautauqua.) “Litigating Police and Prison Abuse.” James V. Cook, Florida attorney. UCC Randell Chapel

12:15 Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Mini-Review. The Sellout by Paul Beatty. Reviewed by Stuart Blersch. Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall porch

12:15 Monarch Moments. (Programmed by the Bird, Tree & Garden Club.) “The Ethics of Gardening.” Sharon Metcalf. Youth welcome. Smith Wilkes Hall

1:15 Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Book Discussion. The Sellout by Paul Beatty. Stuart Blersch, moderator. Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall Garden Room

1:15 Docent Tours. (Programmed by the Alumni Association of the CLSC.) Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall and Pioneer Hall

2:00 INTERFAITH LECTURE SERIES. “Prophetic Witness in the Progress towards America.” Paul Raushenbush, senior vice president and editor of Voices, Auburn Seminary. Hall of Philosophy (simulcast in the Hall of Christ)

2:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

2:15 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

2:30 (2:30–5) Mah Jongg. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Women’s Club.) Memberships available at the door. CWC House

3:30 Chautauqua Heritage Lecture Series. “The Supreme Court in Troubled Times.” Linda Greenhouse, Knight Distinguished Journalist in Residence, Yale Law School. Hall of Philosophy

3:30 Seminar. (Programmed by the Department of Religion) “Courageous Conversations on Death and Dying: The Time is Now.” Shahid Aziz, M.D. Presbyterian House Chapel

3:30 (3:30–4:45) Lecture. (Programmed by the Everett Jewish Life Center). “Louis D. Brandeis: American Prophet.” Sheldon Seligsohn, Educator of the Year Award winner, Arcadia University. Everett Jewish Life Center

3:30 Seminar. (Programmed by the Department of Religion.) “Islam 101: The Quran.” Sabeeha and Khalid Rehman. Hurlbut Sanctuary

4:00 CHAMBER MUSIC. Pablo Ziegler JazzTango Trio. (All seats are available on a first-come basis. No seats may be saved.) Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall

4:00 (4–4:50) Art of Investing. “Portfolio Design and Asset Allocation.” Discussion group led by Dennis Galucki. All are welcome. Smith Memorial Library

4:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

4:00 Behind-the-Scenes Tour. (Programmed by Chautauqua Dance Circle.) “New Spin on Dance.” Fee. Carnahan-Jackson Dance Studio

4:45 (4:45–5:30) Mystic Heart Meditation: Spiritual Practices of World Religions. Leader: Kim Hehr (Kundalini Yoga Meditation). Donation. Hurlbut Sanctuary

5:30 Authors’ Hour. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Literary Arts Friends.) Selected writers read from their published work. Hultquist 101

6:30 Lake Walk. (Programmed by the Bird, Tree & Garden Club.) “More Than Just Plant Harvesting.” Chautauqua Lake Association. Heinz Beach (if rain, meet under roof of Youth Activities Center)

7:00 Yoga and Meditation. (Programmed by the Abrahamic Program for Young Adults.) Lower level of Arts Quad

7:00 Youth Game Night. Bring a favorite board game. Hultquist Center

7:00 Palestine Park Program.
“A Journey Through Biblical Times.” Palestine Park

7:00 (7–8:30) Friends on the Porch. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Women’s Club.) CWC House

7:00 (7–7:30) Taizé and Tea. Meditative Worship. UCC Randell Chapel

8:15 CHAUTAUQUA FESTIVAL DANCERS WITH THE MUSIC SCHOOL FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA. Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux, director. Earl Lee, guest conductor. Rebecca Tong, 2017 David Effron conducting fellow. (Community Appreciation Night.) Amphitheater

TUESDAY, JULY 25

7:00 (7 – 11) Farmers Market

7:00 (7–9) “Dawn Patrol” Round Robin Doubles. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Tennis Center.) Sign up at 4:50 p.m. the prior evening at the Farmers Market. Chautauqua Tennis Center

7:15 (7:15–8) Mystic Heart Meditation: Spiritual Practices of World Religions. Leader: Subagh Singh Khalsa (Sikh Dharma). Donation. Presbyterian House Chapel

7:30 Bird Talk & Walk. (Programmed by the Bird, Tree & Garden Club.) Guided walk. Rain or shine. Bring binoculars. Meet at Smith Wilkes Hall entrance

7:45 Episcopal Holy Eucharist. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

8:00 Daily Word Meditation. (Programmed by Unity of Chautauqua.) Hall of Missions

8:15 (8:15–9) Mystic Heart Meditation: Spiritual Practices of World Religions. Leader: Kim Hehr (Kundalini Yoga Meditation). Donation. Presbyterian House Chapel

8:45 Catholic Mass. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

8:55 (8:55–9) Chautauqua Prays For Peace Through Compassion. Hall of Missions Grove

9:15 MORNING WORSHIP. “Stop Speaking Smooth Things.” The Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli, senior pastor, Foundry United Methodist Church, Washington, D.C. Amphitheater

9:15 Professional Women’s Network. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Women’s Club.) “Creating Personal Financial Planning Policies.” Sheila Schroeder, director of client development, Mosaic Financial Partners. CWC House

10:00 Toddler Time. (Hosted by the NOW Generation.) Miller Park

10:15 Service of Blessing and Healing. UCC Randell Chapel

10:45 LECTURE. “The Supreme Court: Hamilton’s Vision vs. Reality.” Annette Gordon-Reed, Charles Warren Professor of American Legal History, Harvard Law School. Amphitheater

10:45 Story Time. All ages welcome. Smith Memorial Library

12:10 Catholic Mass. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

12:15 Brown Bag Lecture. (Programmed by the Writers’ Center.) “The Nature of Contemporary Appalachian Poetry.” Todd Davis. Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall porch

12:15 Brown Bag Lecture. (Programmed by the Everett Jewish Life Center.) “The Jewish Supremes.” Sheldon Seligsohn, Educator of the Year Award-winner, Arcadia University. Everett Jewish Life Center

12:15 Brown Bag Lecture. (Programmed by the Bird, Tree & Garden Club.) “Acoustic Monitoring of Nocturnal Bird Migration.” Bill Evans, director, Old Bird Inc. Smith Wilkes Hall

12:15 LGBT and Friends Brown Bag. (Programmed by the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.) “Our Personal Accountability to Make a Difference.” Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall Garden Room

12:15 Tallman Tracker Organ Mini-Concert. “Chautauqua Off-Season.” Jared Jacobsen, organist. Hall of Christ

12:30 (12:30–1:55) Mystic Heart Meditation: Seminar. “No Judgment: The Essence of Meditation.” Leader: Subagh Singh Khalsa (Sikh Dharma). Donation. Hall of Missions

1:00 Docent Tours. Meet at Fowler-Kellogg Art Center

1:00 (1–1:50) Informal Critique Session. (Programmed by Chautauqua Literary Arts Friends.) Bring five copies of one page of poetry or prose. Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall porch

1:00 (1–4) Duplicate Bridge. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Women’s Club.) For men and women. Fee. CWC House

1:00 (1–3) Mah Jongg. (Programmed by the Sports Club.) Sports Club

2:00 INTERFAITH LECTURE SERIES. “The ‘Conscience of the State’: Religion’s Role as an Independent Check on Government.” Melissa Rogers, nonresident senior fellow in governance studies, Brookings Institution. Hall of Philosophy (simulcast in the Hall of Christ)

2:00 (2–4) Piano Faculty Master Class. (School of Music.) Suggested fee. Sherwood-Marsh Studios

2:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

2:15 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

3:15 Social Hour Denominational Houses

3:15 Hebrew Congregation Conversation & Refreshments. Everett Jewish Life Center

3:15 Hebrew Congregation Scholarship Recital. (School of Music.) Everett Jewish Life Center

3:30 Chautauqua Heritage Lecture Series. “ ‘Most Blessed of the Patriarchs’: Thomas Jefferson and the Empire of Imagination.” Peter Onuf, Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation Professor, emeritus, University of Virginia. Annette Gordon-Reed, Charles Warren Professor of American Legal History, Harvard Law School. Hall of Philosophy

3:30 Seminar. (Programmed by the Department of Religion.) “Islam 101: Family Life in Islam.” Sabeeha and Khalid Rehman. Hurlbut Sanctuary

4:00 Guest Faculty Piano Recital. (School of Music.) Read Gainsford. (Benefits the Chautauqua Women’s Club Scholarship Fund.) Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall

4:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

4:15 Garden Walk. (Programmed by the Bird, Tree & Garden Club.) Joe McMaster. Meet at the lake side (back) of Smith Wilkes Hall (if rain, meet under the awning)

4:30 Knitting4Peace Workshop. (Programmed by the Department of Religion.) Methodist House porch

6:30 Concert. Jackson Rohm, singer-songwriter. Pier Building

6:30 Introduction to the Labyrinth. (Programmed by the Department of Religion.) Bring gate pass. Located adjacent to Turner Community Center

7:00 THEATER. Detroit ’67. (Reserved seating; purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center or Visitors Center ticket offices and one hour before curtain at Bratton kiosk.) Bratton Theater

7:00 Bible Study. (Programmed by the Department of Religion.) “The Prophet Amos.” The Rev. Carmen Perry, leader. Methodist House

7:00 Motet Choir Rehearsal. Hall of Christ

7:00 Visual Arts Lecture Series. Ying Li, professor of art, Haverford College. Hultquist Center

7:00 Friends on the Porch. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Women’s Club.) CWC House

8:15 CHAUTAUQUA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. “Into the Music Series No. 2: Cuban Night.” Daiana García, conductor. Aldo López-Gavilán, piano. Amphitheater

• Variaciones con Tema
Aldo López-Gavilán

• Luciérnagas
Aldo López-Gavilán

• Viernes de Ciudad
Aldo López-Gavilán

• Pan con Timba
Aldo López-Gavilán

WEDNESDAY, JULY 26

••• “Barnscapes: New Work by Seth Clark” opens. Through Aug. 21. Strohl Art Center Bellowe Family Gallery

7:00 (7 – 11) Farmers Market

7:00 (7–9) “Dawn Patrol” Round Robin Doubles. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Tennis Center.) Sign up at 4:50 p.m. the prior evening at the Farmers Market. Chautauqua Tennis Center

7:15 (7:15–8) Mystic Heart Meditation: Spiritual Practices of World Religions. Leader: Subagh Singh Khalsa (Sikh Dharma). Donation. Presbyterian House Chapel

7:45 Episcopal Holy Eucharist. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

8:00 Daily Word Meditation. (Programmed by Unity of Chautauqua.) Hall of Missions

8:15 (8:15–9) Mystic Heart Meditation: Spiritual Practices of World Religions. Leader: Kim Hehr (Kundalini Yoga Meditation). Donation. Presbyterian House Chapel

8:45 Catholic Mass. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

8:55 (8:55–9) Chautauqua Prays For Peace Through Compassion. Hall of Missions Grove

9:15 MORNING WORSHIP. “Disturbing the Peace.” The Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli, senior pastor, Foundry United Methodist Church, Washington, D.C. Amphitheater

9:15 Jewish Discussions. (Programmed by Zigdon Chabad Jewish House) “Kabala & Psychology.” Rabbi Zalman Vilenkin. Zigdon Chabad Jewish House

9:15 Garden Walk. (Programmed by the Bird, Tree & Garden Club.) Sara Baker Michalak. Rain or shine. Fletcher Music Hall (if rain, meet under the entryway)

9:15 Science Group Presentation. “Healthy Aging and Macrobiotic Teachings.” Norman Weinberg. Hall of Christ

9:30 Institution Leadership Porch Discussion. “Tree Maintenance and Our Environment.” John Shedd, director of operations, Chautauqua Institution. Betsy Burgeson, supervisor of gardens and landscapes, Chautauqua Institution. Hultquist Center porch

10:00 (10–12:30) Voice Master Class. (School of Music.) Craig Rutenberg. Suggested fee. McKnight Hall

10:15 Service of Blessing and Healing. UCC Randell Chapel

10:45 LECTURE.Jeffrey Rosen, president and chief executive officer, National Constitution Center. Amphitheater

12:00 (12–2) Flea Boutique. (Programmed by Chautauqua Women’s Club.) Behind Colonnade

12:00 Women in Ministry. Hall of Missions

12:10 Catholic Mass. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

12:15 Brown Bag Book Review. (Programmed by the Alumni Association of the CLSC.) Barbara Flynn.The Children Act by Ian McEwan. Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall porch

12:15 Hebrew Congregation Lunch and Learn Brown Bag.Responsa for Our Time: How Different Branches of Judaism Address Modern Legal Questions.” Rabbi Cookie Olshein, West Palm Beach, Florida. Everett Jewish Life Center

12:15 Massey Organ Mini-Concert. “In Holberg’s Time.” Jared Jacobsen, organist. Amphitheater

12:30 AA / Al-Anon Meeting. Marion Lawrance Room, Hurlbut Church

1:00 (1–4) CWC Artists at the Market. Farmers Market

1:00 Docent Tours. Meet at Fowler-Kellogg Art Center

1:15 Language Hour. French, Spanish, Swedish, etc. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Women’s Club.) CWC House

1:15 Docent Tours. (Programmed by the Alumni Association of the CLSC.) Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall and Pioneer Hall

2:00 INTERFAITH LECTURE SERIES. “On America’s Moral Highway: Does the Supreme Court Provide Guardrails or an Off-ramp?” The Right Rev. V. Gene Robinson, retired Episcopal bishop of New Hampshire. Hall of Philosophy (simulcast in the Hall of Christ)

2:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

2:15 THEATER.Detroit ’67. (Reserved seating; purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center or Visitors Center ticket offices, and one hour before curtain at Bratton kiosk.) Bratton Theater

2:15 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

2:15 Wednesdays at the Water. (Hosted by the NOW Generation.) Children’s Beach

2:30 (2:30–3:30) Gardening Workshop. (Programmed by the Bird, Tree & Garden Club.) “To Err is Human and Still Be a Diva.” Melinda Wolcott and Chris Flanders. Smith Wilkes Hall

3:00 (3-–5) Opening Reception. “Barnscapes.” Strohl Art Center Bellowe Family Gallery

3:30 Seminar. (Programmed by the Department of Religion.) “Islam 101: Women in Islam.” Sabeeha and Khalid Rehman. Hurlbut Sanctuary

3:30 Chautauqua Heritage Lecture Series.Jeffrey Rosen, president and chief executive officer, National Constitution Center. Hall of Philosophy

3:30 (3:30–5:30) Jewish Film Series. (Programmed by the Everett Jewish Life Center.) “Fever at Dawn.” Everett Jewish Life Center

3:30 Contemporary Issues Dialogues. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Women’s Club.) Ron Charles, fiction editor, The Washington Post. CWC House

3:30 Views on Pointe. Interview and Q-and-A. Sasha Janes, director of contemporary studies, Chautauqua School of Dance. Hall of Christ

4:00 Guest Piano Faculty Master Class. (School of Music.) Read Gainsford. Suggested fee. Sherwood-Marsh Studios

4:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

4:15 Bat Chat. (Programmed by the Bird, Tree & Garden Club.) Caroline Van Kirk Bissell, nature guide. All ages welcome. Smith Wilkes Hall

4:15 CLSC Young Readers Program.All Rise for the Honorable Perry T. Cook by Leslie Connor. Smith Memorial Library

4:45 (4:45–5:30) Mystic Heart Meditation. Leader: Kim Hehr (Kundalini Yoga Meditation). Hurlbut Sanctuary

6:00 (6–8) Brick Walk Cafe Concerts.These Two and Bob Campbell. Brick Walk Cafe

6:30 Positive Path for Spiritual Living. (Programmed by Unity of Chautauqua.) Bring gate pass. Main Gate Welcome Center Conference Room

6:45 Eventide Travelogue. (Programmed by the Alumni Association of the CLSC.) “Iceland.” Jean Chandler. Donation. Hall of Christ

7:00 Christian Science Service. Christian Science Chapel

7:00 Visual Arts Lecture Series. Sharon Louden, editor, The Artist as Culture Producer. Hultquist Center

7:30 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT SERIES. Rhythmic Circus. (Community Appreciation Night) Amphitheater

7:30 (7:30–10) Voice Concert. (School of Music.) Mikael Eliasen, director. (Benefits the Chautauqua Women’s Club Scholarship Fund.) McKnight Hall

8:00 THEATER.Detroit ’67. (Reserved seating; purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center or Visitors Center ticket offices, and one hour before curtain at Bratton kiosk.) Bratton Theater

8:00 Movie Night at Bellinger Hall. (Programmed by the Abrahamic Program for Young Adults.) Bellinger Hall

THURSDAY, JULY 27

7:00 (7 – 11) Farmers Market

7:00 (7–9) “Dawn Patrol” Round Robin Doubles. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Tennis Center.) Sign up at 4:50 p.m. the prior evening at the Farmers Market. Chautauqua Tennis Center

7:15 (7:15–8) Mystic Heart Meditation: Spiritual Practices of World Religions. Leader: Subagh Singh Khalsa (Sikh Dharma). Donation. Presbyterian House Chapel

7:45 Episcopal Holy Eucharist. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

8:00 Daily Word Meditation. (Programmed by Unity of Chautauqua.) Hall of Missions

8:15 (8:15–9) Mystic Heart Meditation: Spiritual Practices of World Religions. Leader: Kim Hehr (Kundalini Yoga Meditation). Donation. Presbyterian House Chapel

8:30 (8:30–10:30) Library Day. Smith Memorial Library

8:45 Catholic Mass. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

8:55 (8:55–9) Chautauqua Prays For Peace Through Compassion. Hall of Missions Grove

9:15 MORNING WORSHIP. “Does This Offend You?” The Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli, senior pastor, Foundry United Methodist Church, Washington, D.C. Amphitheater

9:15 Jewish Discussions. (Programmed by Zigdon Chabad Jewish House.) “Talmudic Ethics.” Rabbi Zalman Vilenkin. Zigdon Chabad Jewish House

9:15 Chautauqua Speaks. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Women’s Club.) “A Day in the Life of a Family Court Judge.” Judith Claire, retired family court judge, Chautauqua County; Chautauqua Institution trustee. CWC House

10:15 Service of Blessing and Healing. UCC Randell Chapel

10:45 LECTURE. “How the Warren Court Still Endures.” Akhil Reed Amar, Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science, Yale University. Amphitheater

12:10 Catholic Mass. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

12:15 Knitting4Peace. UCC Reformed House porch

12:15 (12:15–1:30) Brown Bag. (Programmed by the Everett Jewish Life Center.) Yiddish language conversation. Bernice Thaler. Everett Jewish Life Center

12:30 (12:30–1:55) Mystic Heart Meditation: Seminar. “No Judgment: The Essence of Meditation.” Leader: Subagh Singh Khalsa (Sikh Dharma). Donation. Hall of Missions

12:30 Thursday Table on Bestor Plaza. (Programmed by the Abrahamic Program for Young Adults.) “Jew, Christian, Muslim … Ask Us Anything.” Bestor Plaza

12:45 Chautauqua Catholic Community Seminar Series. “Ignatian Prayer.” The Rev. Mark Nowak, pastor, St. Francis Xavier Church, McKean, Pennsylvania. Methodist House Chapel

1:00 (1–6) 2017 Chautauqua Piano Competition Finals. (Benefits the Chautauqua Women’s Club Scholarship Fund.) Fletcher Music Hall

1:00 (1–4) CWC Artists at the Market. Farmers Market

1:00 (1–2) Special Tour with Barbi Price. (Programmed by VACI Partners.) Chautauqua School of Art Student Exhibition. Fowler-Kellogg Art Center

1:15 Duplicate Bridge. Fee. Sports Club

2:00 INTERFAITH LECTURE SERIES. “Speaking Truth to Power When the World’s on Fire!” The Rev. Jacqui Lewis, senior minister, Middle Collegiate Church. Hall of Philosophy (simulcast in the Hall of Christ)

2:00 (2–4) Paddle and Popsicle Day. Rent a kayak, canoe or paddle boat and get a free ice pop. Sports Club

2:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

2:15 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

2:30 Hydrogen Jukebox Operalogue. Lecture with excerpts from the opera. Steven Osgood, general and artistic director, Chautauqua Opera. Chautauqua Opera Young Artists. McKnight Hall

3:30 CLSC AUTHOR PRESENTATION.Paul Beatty, The Sellout. Interviewed by Ron Charles, fiction editor, The Washington Post. Hall of Philosophy

3:30 Seminar. (Programmed by the Department of Religion.) “Islam 101: Shia-Sunni Divide.” Sabeeha and Khalid Rehman. Hurlbut Sanctuary

4:00 OPERA.Hydrogen Jukebox. By Philip Glass. Libretto by Allen Ginsberg. Cara Consilvio, director.Stephen Osgood, conductor. Featuring Chelsea Friedlander, Helen Hassinger, Natalie Rose Havens, Eric Wassenaar, Mario Diaz-Moresco, Evan Ross and members of the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra. Sung in English with English supertitles. (Reserved seating; tickets available for purchase at Main Gate Welcome Center and Visitors Center ticket offices, and 45 minutes before curtain at the Norton kiosk.) Norton Hall

4:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

4:00 Trustee Dialogue with the Community. “Strategic Investments.” James Klingensmith, trustee. Sebby Baggiano, VP, treasurer, chief operating officer. Emily Morris, VP of marketing and communications, chief brand officer. Hall of Christ

4:15 Tree Talk. (Programmed by the Bird, Tree & Garden Club.) Betsy Burgeson, supervisor of landscapes and gardens, Chautauqua Institution. (Children under 12 accompanied by adult.) Bird & Tree Arboretum (if rain, Smith Wilkes Hall)

4:30 (4:30–6:30) Chautauqua Boys’ and Girls’ Club Air Band Competition. Amphitheater

6:00 (6–7:45) Chautauqua Choir Rehearsal. All singers welcome. (Two rehearsals required to sing at Sunday worship services.) Smith Wilkes Hall

6:45 Pre-Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra Concert Lecture. David Levy. Hurlbut Sanctuary

6:45 PFLAG Chapter Meeting. All are welcome. (Programmed by the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.) Unitarian Universalist House patio

7:00 Devotional Services and Programs. Denominational Houses

7:00 Family Movie Night. “Zootopia.” Hultquist Center

7:15 (7:15–7:45) Mystic Heart Meditation: Spiritual Practices of World Religions. Leader: Carol McKiernan (Silent Meditation/Centering Prayer). Donation. Hall of Philosophy

8:00 THEATER. Detroit ’67. (Reserved seating; purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center or Visitors Center ticket offices, and one hour before curtain at Bratton kiosk.) Bratton Theater

8:00 APYA Porch Chat. (Programmed by the Abrahamic Program for Young Adults.) Special guest the Right Rev. V. Gene Robinson. For young adults ages 16–22. Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall porch

8:15 CHAUTAUQUA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.Marcello Lehninger, conductor. Nikita Mndoyants, piano. Amphitheater

• Overture from L’Italiana in Algeri
Gioachino Rossini

• Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major, LW H4
Franz Liszt

• Symphony No. 6 in B-minor, op. 74, “Pathétique”
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

FRIDAY, JULY 28

7:00 (7– 11) Farmers Market

7:00 (7–9) “Dawn Patrol” Round Robin Doubles. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Tennis Center.) Sign up at 4:50 p.m. the prior evening at the Farmers Market. Chautauqua Tennis Center

7:15 (7:15–8) Mystic Heart Meditation: Spiritual Practices of World Religions. Leader: Subagh Singh Khalsa (Sikh Dharma). Donation. Presbyterian House Chapel

7:45 Episcopal Holy Eucharist. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

8:00 Daily Word Meditation. (Programmed by Unity of Chautauqua.) Hall of Missions

8:15 (8:15–9) Mystic Heart Meditation: Spiritual Practices of World Religions. Leader: Kim Hehr (Kundalini Yoga Meditation). Donation. Presbyterian House Chapel

8:45 Catholic Mass. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

8:55 (8:55–9) Chautauqua Prays For Peace Through Compassion. Hall of Missions Grove

9:00 Men’s Club Speaker Series. Matt Steinlen, Buffalo attorney. Methodist House

9:00 Nature Walk. (Programmed by the Bird, Tree & Garden Club.) Jack Gulvin, naturalist. Meet at the lake side (back) of Smith Wilkes Hall

9:15 MORNING WORSHIP. “In Quietness and Trust.” The Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli, senior pastor, Foundry United Methodist Church, Washington, D.C. Amphitheater

9:15 Jewish Discussions. (Programmed by Zigdon Chabad Jewish House.) “Prayer Re-Examined.” Rabbi Zalman Vilenkin. Zigdon Chabad Jewish House

10:00 (10–12:30) Voice Master Class. (School of Music.) McKnight Hall

10:15 Service of Blessing and Healing. UCC Randell Chapel

10:45 LECTURE. “The Supreme Court and the Future: From the 13th Justice Forward.” Theodore B. Olson, former U.S. solicitor general. Amphitheater

11:30 Mushroom Sandwich Sale. (Programmed by the Bird, Tree & Garden Club.) Fee. Smith Wilkes Hall

12:00 (12–2) Flea Boutique. (Programmed by Chautauqua Women’s Club.) Behind Colonnade

12:00 Concert. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Amateur Musicians Program.) Dixie Lakesiders. Smith Wilkes Hall

12:10 Catholic Mass. Chapel of the Good Shepherd

12:15 Brown Bag Lecture. (Programmed by the Writers’ Center.) “Freedom of Imagination: The 28th Amendment.” John Thompson. Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall porch

12:15 Challah Baking. (Programmed by Zigdon Chabad Jewish House.) Zigdon Chabad Jewish House

12:30 Jum’ah Prayer. (Programmed by the Abrahamic Program for Young Adults.) Hall of Christ

12:30 Women Seeking Serenity. 12-step meeting. Hurlbut Church Parlor

12:30 Men’s AA/Al-Anon Meeting. Marion Lawrance Room, Hurlbut Church

12:45 Chautauqua Catholic Community Seminar Series. “Our Evolving Church.” The Rev. Msgr. Michael McGraw, pastor, St. Joan of Arc Church, Boca Raton, Florida. Methodist House Chapel

12:45 Members’ Picnic. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra League.) Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall

1:00 (1–3) Guest Piano Faculty Master Class. (School of Music.) Natalya Antonova. Suggested fee. Sherwood-Marsh Studios

1:00 (1–2) Shuffleboard and Sweets. (Programmed by the Sports Club.) Fee. Sports Club

2:00 INTERFAITH LECTURE SERIES. “Can the Supreme Court and the Religious Communities Be the Conscience of the Nation?” Alan Mittleman, professor of Jewish philosophy, Jewish Theological Seminary. Hall of Philosophy (simulcast in the Hall of Christ)

2:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

2:00 Violin Master Class. (School of Music.) Aaron Berofsky. Suggested fee. McKnight Hall

2:00 0pen Rehearsal with CSO Musicians. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra League.) Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall

2:15 THEATER. Detroit ’67. (Reserved seating; purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center or Visitors Center ticket offices, and one hour before curtain at Bratton kiosk.) Bratton Theater

2:15 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

2:30 (2:30–5) Mah Jongg. (Programmed by the Chautauqua Women’s Club.) Memberships available at the door. CWC House

3:30 Chautauqua Heritage Lecture Series. “Justice Robert H. Jackson and His Brethren.” John Q. Barrett, professor of law, St. John’s University, New York. Hall of Philosophy

3:30 Seminar. (Programmed by the Department of Religion.) “Islam 101: Shariah.” Sabeeha and Khalid Rehman. Hurlbut Sanctuary

3:30 (3:30–5) Chautauqua Dialogues. (Programmed by the Department of Religion.) Facilitator-led group discussions. No fee; pre-registration required by Thursday at 2 p.m. Interfaith Lectures. Locations to be announced

4:00 2017 Chautauqua Piano Competition Winner Recital. (School of Music.) (Benefits the Chautauqua Women’s Club Scholarship Program.) Fletcher Music Hall

4:00 Public Shuttle Tours of Grounds. Fee. (Purchase tickets at Main Gate Welcome Center.) Leave from Main Gate Welcome Center

4:45 Hebrew Congregation Evening Service. “Kabbalat Shabbat: Welcome the Sabbath.” Service led by Rabbi Elyse Goldstein. Susan Goldberg Schwartz, cantorial soloist. Miller Bell Tower (if rain, Pier Building)

5:00 Don Pasquale Operalogue. Lecture with excerpts from the opera. Steven Osgood, general and artistic director, Chautauqua Opera. Chautauqua Opera Apprentice Artists. Norton Hall

6:00 Pre-Opera Picnic Dinner. (Programmed by the Opera Guild.) Reservations required. Outside Norton Hall

6:00 (6–7:45) Chautauqua Choir Rehearsal. All singers welcome. (Two rehearsals required to sing at Sunday worship services.) Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall

6:15 Shabbat Dinner. (Programmed by the Hebrew Congregation of Chautauqua.) Prepaid tickets required. Everett Jewish Life Center

7:00 Visual Arts Lecture Series. Robin Hill, professor of art, University of Calfornia, Davis. Hultquist Center

7:30 OPERA. Don Pasquale. By Gaetano Donizetti. David Schweizer, director. Steven Osgood, conductor. Featuring Stefano de Peppo, Kyle Pfortmiller, Laura Soto-Bayami, Arnold Livingston Geis, Spencer Reichman and members of the Chautauqua Opera Studio Artists and the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra. Performed in Italian with English supertitles. (Reserved seating; tickets available for purchase at Main Gate Welcome Center and Visitors Center ticket offices, and 45 minutes before curtain at the Norton kiosk.) Norton Hall

8:15 SPECIAL. Rhiannon Giddens. Amphitheater

  1. July 25, 2017: The photo caption has been updated to reflect that Sean Keating is a part of the School of Dance.