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President Michael E. Hill’s Keynote Address at the Eradicate Hate Global Summit

...followed the attack on August 12th, and amid what became an international deluge of media reports, an eerie thing started to happen. We went from a long-form narrative to this shorthand: August 12th. Everyone who was there that day or who loves Chautauqua could instantly fill in myriad details from voicing a simple month and day. Many of you have spent the day talking about May 14th, the day that a white supremacist shooter stripped...

Sports Club

...prior to rental date with full non-refundable payment. Boat reservation times must be within Sports Club daily hours and returned 30 minutes prior to Sports Club closing time. Half day rate: Reservations accepted 1 day before rental date with full non-refundable payment. Monday–Thursday: $390 – 11 a.m.–2 p.m. or 2:30–5:30 p.m. Friday & Saturday: $410 – 11 a.m.–2 p.m. or 2:30–5:30 p.m. Sunday: $410 – 1–4:30 p.m. Boats are docked at slip at Chautauqua Main...

President Michael E. Hill Delivers Remarks at the Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Remembrance Service at Hurlbut Church

...subhuman. We cannot celebrate Dr. King today if we denigrate and objectify women. We cannot celebrate Dr. King today if we reduce our brothers and sisters from Mexico and Central America to a narrative of illegal immigration. We cannot celebrate Dr. King today if we turn our backs on the plight of the refugee seeking the very American dream all our ancestors believed in and yearned for as a cover for terrorism and fear. It...

“Climate Change and Landscape Design: What Would Olmsted Do?” Heritage Lecture Series

Part of Chautauqua Institution’s 2022 Heritage Lecture Series, and 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. The presentation was 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....

“Climate Change and Landscape Design: What Would Olmsted Do?” Heritage Lecture Series

Part of Chautauqua Institution’s 2022 Heritage Lecture Series, and 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. 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....

Margo Price and Allison Russell, Amythyst Kiah, Cheryl Strayed, Brian McLaren Headline Week Six of Chautauqua Institutions 2021 Season

...Amphitheater or the Performance Pavilion on Pratt, with some offerings available via livestream and on-demand through the CHQ Assembly platform.  4 p.m. Saturday, July 31, Performance Pavilion on Pratt: Half scripted, half improvisation and playing like a Shakespeare improv with modern day language, Chautauqua Theater Company’s Commedia will delight with familiar yet ridiculous storylines and references ripped from today’s headlines. The production will see addition stagings at the same time on Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday. 8:15 p.m. Saturday, July 31, Amphitheater: Conducted by...

Elizabeth Kolbert, Ted Chiang, Ariel Ekblaw, Alicia Olatuja, Return of Beloved Independence Day Traditions Headline Week Two of Chautauqua Institution’s 2021 Season

...from President Barack Obama’s 2013 inauguration Alicia Olatuja.  The week also features the return of two beloved community Independence Day traditions: The students of the Music School Festival Orchestra step in for the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra to perform the popular Independence Day Celebration program on Saturday, and the Chautauqua Community Band entertains the Fourth of July crowd with a Bestor Plaza concert on free-admission Sunday. Chautauqua Institution’s nine-week season features weekday lectures focusing on weekly...

Chautauqua County Day

Explore locally and come to Chautauqua Institution on Chautauqua County Day. Residents have free admission and parking* all day. Our Chautauqua County 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: Fr. Greg Boyle, SJ, founder, Homeboy Industries 10:45 a.m. (Amphitheater) Morning...

Haudenosaunee Confederacy Day

Explore locally and come to Chautauqua Institution on Haudenosaunee Confederacy Day. Confederacy members have free admission and parking* all day, which includes access to all events in the Amphitheater and Hall of Philosophy that day, beaches, and so much more! Featured events: Morning Lecture: Sally Jewell, former U.S. Secretary of the Interior Afternoon Lecture: Oren Lyons, Faithkeeper of the Turtle Clan, Onondaga Nation Evening Program: Music School Festival Orchestra: Opening Night All-Day/Evening (8 a.m.–10 p.m.)...

Boys’ and Girls’ Club

Boys’ and Girls’ Club Considered the longest running summer day camp in the United States, Chautauqua Boys’ and Girls’ Club embraces both tradition and the latest trends in youth education and engagement. Field activities, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, nature, crafts, individual and team sports, music and experiences in the arts help youth develop confidence and capabilities, while building lifelong friendships. Boys’ and Girls’ Club will operate from 9 a.m.–12 p.m. and 2–4 p.m., Monday-Friday. children’s...