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Buffalo Day

Buffalo Day is a Chautauqua’s annual celebration of our Buffalo-area friends and neighbors! Buffalo residents receive an All-Day/Evening Gate Pass with access to all Chautauqua mainstage programs, including two special presentations: “Climate Change and Landscape Design: What Would Olmsted Do?” 3:30 p.m., Hall of Philosophy In coordination with Olmsted 200, this program will focus on the relevance of Olmsted ideals to the modern movement to create landscapes that contribute to climate sustainability goals. Speakers include...

** Note new time ** 12th Annual Buffalo Day at Chautauqua “Building a Culture of Empathy: From Franciscan Spirituality to Schweitzer”s ‘Reverence for Life’ Ethic”

12th Annual Buffalo Day at Chautauqua “Building a Culture of Empathy: From Franciscan Spirituality to Schweitzer”s ‘Reverence for Life’ Ethic” This interfaith conversation features panelists Fr. Jud Weiksnar, OFM pastor at Ss. Columba-Brigid Church in Buffalo and Rev. Tom Yorty, retired senior pastor at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Buffalo. Dennis Galucki, the inspiration and leader of Buffalo Day will offer introductory remarks and Director of Religion Maureen Rovegno will moderate questions and answers. About the...

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:...

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,...

Day Trips at Chautauqua

Come For A Day This is the place! At Chautauqua, we believe strongly in the power of play to reinforce the experience of learning. Plan on spending your day trip in an idyllic setting that invites personal growth and introspection, while enjoying time separated from day-to-day life that permits space for exploring with a sense of wonder. Plaza Cam Maps The Chautauquan Daily Tram Tracker Event Calendar 2022 Schedule Discover Chautauqua Day Trips at Chautauqua Discover Why...

Responding to a Changing Climate: Resilience and Adaptation in New Orleans

...Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 1 Sunday, Day 1: Ease into the Big Easy Start your journey with a private welcome dinner at one of New Orleans’ oldest restaurants. Hear from Chautauqua’s Director of Climate Initiatives, Mark Wenzler, about the issues facing the planet and the Crescent City in particular, setting the stage for the next four days as we prepare to explore the balance between reversing climate change and strategies for adapting...

‘As One’ Community Day at Chautauqua: Works and Life Story of Filmmaker and Librettist Kimberly Reed Highlighted Through Film, Forums, Opera

...panel presentation, poetry experience and reception round out the day’s program.  All As One Community Day events are free and entrance to the grounds is always free at Chautauqua on Sundays. Vouchers for free parking for the day will be provided for all As One Community Day participants. For additional information about As One Community Day, visit the event website at asone.chq.org.  Reed’s latest documentary film, Dark Money, will be screened at Chautauqua Cinema twice...

Iceland Adventure

...eruption. Itinerary Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 1 Sunday, Day 1: Ease into the Big Easy Start your journey with a private welcome dinner at one of New Orleans’ oldest restaurants. Hear from Chautauqua’s Director of Climate Initiatives, Mark Wenzler, about the issues facing the planet and the Crescent City in particular, setting the stage for the next four days as we prepare to explore the balance between reversing...

Chautauqua County Day Special Lecture: Women, Girls, Race, and Poverty

...M.S. in Applied Public Affairs from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County. Felicia is also a member of Leadership Buffalo, the Erie County Chapter of Links, Inc., and the Junior League of Buffalo. In 2021, Felicia was appointed as a board member by the Erie County Legislature to the Erie County Corrections Specialist Advisory Board....