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Buffalo Day Panel: IMAGINE Greater Buffalo 4th Grade Cultural Park Explorer Initiative

...History and Nature (C-SAAHN) Patrons from the Buffalo region zip codes 14201 through 14280 are admitted free to Chautauqua 7:00 a.m.–11:59 p.m. Order tickets at the Chautauqua Ticket Office. Those ordered in advance by July 25, 2023 will also be granted free parking for the day. Buffalo Day is made possible in part by the C-SAAHN Fund at the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, with additional support from Dennis Galucki and Erie County, New York....

Buffalo Day

Explore locally and come to Chautauqua Institution on Buffalo Day. Residents of Buffalo have free admission and parking* all day. Our Buffalo Day includes access to all events in the Amphitheater and Hall of Philosophy that day, beaches, and so much more! Please bring proof of residency for entry. Youth 12 and under are always free at Chautauqua! Events: 9:15 a.m. (Amphitheater) Morning Worship: The Rev. Kate Braestrup 10:45 a.m. (Amphitheater) Morning Lecture: Margaret Sullivan,...

Buffalo Day

Explore locally and come to Chautauqua Institution on Buffalo Day. Residents of Buffalo have free admission and parking* all day. Our Buffalo Day includes access to all events in the Amphitheater and Hall of Philosophy that day, beaches, and so much more! Please bring proof of residency for entry. Youth 12 and under are always free at Chautauqua! Events: 9:15 a.m. (Amphitheater) Morning Worship: The Rev. Kristen Capel, Lead Pastor, Nokomis Heights Lutheran Church, Minneapolis...

Buffalo Day Film Presentation: If Our Water Could Talk

Buffalo Day Film Presentation. WNED PBS Documentaries, If Our Water Could Talk. Presentation by Gregory D. Stevens, Executive Director, Niagara River Greenway This presentation is made possible by a gift from The C-SAAHN Fund at the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo....

Entertainment and Concerts

...Squonk “ingenious, hallucinatory and hypnotic.” Experience the joy of community and the power of live music in this immersive outdoor spectacle bursting with rollicking music and dazzling imagery. Squonk will help Chautauqua celebrate its sesquicentennial with music, puppetry, and performance outdoors on a pop-up stage in Bestor Plaza. On Sunday, watch them perform; on Monday join them for a street puppet-making workshop (times and locations TBA), and on Tuesday, celebrate Chautauqua with a birthday edition...

Arts Access Program

...is no online version of this program. Chautauqua Theater Company presents Birthday Candles (Preview) By Noah Haidle Ernestine Ashworth contemplates her cosmic insignificance on her 17th birthday, a feeling that follows her through the swift passage of time. In the blink of an eye, she reaches her 18th birthday, hurtles toward her 41st, accelerates into her 70th, and glides into her 101st. Birthday Candles is a heartfelt and humorous story that guides the audience through...

Chautauqua Climate Change Initiative Spring Update 2022

...relevance of Olmsted ideals to the modern movement to create landscapes that contribute to climate sustainability goals. The presentation is part of a full day of events on July 5 designated as Buffalo Day at Chautauqua. Speakers include Adam Rome and Robert Shibley of University at Buffalo and Stephanie Crockatt of Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy. Moderated by Mark Wenzler, director of Chautauqua’s Climate Change Initiative. Click HERE for more details. Chautauqua Cinema CHQ Documentary Series:...

Buffalo & Chautauqua: Advancing Racial Equity Panel

As part of our annual Buffalo Day tradition, we invite patrons to attend a panel focusing on important work happening in the greater Buffalo region. This year’s panel will focus on racial equity work happening in Buffalo and Chautauqua County. Panelists include: Glenn Jackson – M&T Bank/Oishei Foundation; Felicia Beard – Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo/Greater Buffalo Racial Equity Roundtable; Michael Ball – Highmark. Panel will be moderated by Amit Taneja, Senior Vice President &...

Sally Jewell, Brandon Stanton, Terry Tempest Williams, Renée Elise Goldsberry Headline Week Two of Chautauqua Institution’s 2022 Summer Assembly

...major publication Sacred Earth Sacred Soul. ADDITIONAL LECTURES 2 p.m., Saturday, July 2, Hall of Philosophy: The Chautauqua Women’s Club’s weekly Contemporary Issues Forum features the author and expert in nonprofit leadership Joan Garry. 3:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 5, Hall of Philosophy: In coordination with Olmsted 200 and part of the day’s Buffalo Day festivities, the Heritage Lecture Series convenes a panel discussion to focus on the relevance of Olmsted ideals to the modern movement to create landscapes that contribute...

Chautauqua Climate Change Initiative Winter 2022 Update

...Chautauqua that was. Part of Chautauqua Institution’s Heritage Lecture Series, and in coordination with Olmsted 200, this program will focus on the relevance of Olmsted ideals to the modern need for landscapes that contribute to climate sustainability goals. Scheduled for the Institution’s “Buffalo Day” organized by Dennis Galucki, this program will feature local experts from the Buffalo region, including: Adam Rome, Professor of Environment and Sustainability, University at Buffalo; Robert Shibley, Dean and Distinguished Professor,...