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Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus

The GRAMMY-award winning Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus presents their first concert since the pandemic lockdown began. The program features Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem — a simple prayer for the peace of departed souls — sung in remembrance of the lives lost to the COVID-19 pandemic. To celebrate the joy of safely singing together once again, after nearly seventeen months, the program will close with Antonio Vivaldi’s exuberant Gloria. The Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus is a non-profit organization dedicated...

Rahwa Ghirmatzion

Rahwa Ghirmatzion has served as executive director of People United for Sustainable Housing Buffalo since 2018, and joins the Chautauqua Lecture Series to discuss the work being done by PUSH Buffalo to build green affordable housing, deploy renewable energy, and grow resilience in the city’s communities. PUSH Buffalo is a community organization that works at the grassroots to create and implement a comprehensive revitalization plan for Buffalo’s West Side, with more than $70 million invested...

Chautauqua Food Festival Announcements and Updates

...executive chef and owner of Craving and Victor Parra Gonzalez, executive chef and owner of Las Puertas. Bert Gambini will be host for the day. View Chef Bios Wednesday Demonstration with Chris Dorsaneo On Wednesday, August 23, Chris Dorsaneo, co-owner and the chef behind lloyd‘s edgy street food will teach our audience how to prepare delicious Filipino cascoron, which are like little deep-fried coconut mochi—yum! In 2010, motivated by the lack of street food in WNY, Dorsaneo and childhood friend Pete Cimino opened...

The Smith Memorial Library

...on Facebook Contact Information Scott Ekstrom Library Director sekstrom@chq.org 716-357-6296 Hours:  Mondays: Noon–6 p.m. Wednesdays & Fridays: 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturdays: 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Closed Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Presidents Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving, the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day Search, Hold, Renew and Download catalog-search & hold E-books & Audio stream videos Online Newspapers Compliments of James Prendergast...

President Michael E. Hill Opens 148th Chautauqua Assembly with ‘Three Taps’ Address

...our last gathering: Chautauqua County’s Commissioner of Social Services and Public Health Director Christine Schuyler was swept to center stage here in Chautauqua when the world shut down last March. Day after day, she hosted news conference after news conference, representing a calm and knowledgeable presence amid significant uncertainty.  She repeatedly credited her staff for their heroics, and she sometimes represented her own humanity through tears that showed all of us that the days were...

Folk and Food at Chautauqua

...hotels and inns, historic inns and rooms, and denominational houses. Search accommodations Food Festival Vendors and Daily Schedule Sunday, Aug. 21: Wine & Beer Tasting & Food Truck Rodeo Monday, Aug. 22 Tuesday, Aug 23 Wednesday Aug 24 Thursday, Aug. 25 Friday, Aug. 26 Sunday, Aug. 21: Wine & Beer Tasting & Food Truck Rodeo Vendors: Athenaeum Hotel Bar and Lounge Heirloom Restaurant BioDome Project Mazza Chautauqua Cellars / Five & 20 Spirits & Brewing...

Adding grace to a timeless tradition

...cousin, back in Buffalo. “My cousin was leaving to go to Juilliard and she had these kids in my aunt’s basement,” Battaglia said. “She wanted me to teach the kids, and I said, ‘I’m only staying in Buffalo for three or four months and then I’m moving to California.’ I started teaching and immediately realized that this was my destiny. I kept teaching and the class sizes kept getting bigger. I went from my aunt’s...

Writers’ Festival

...concerns that loom large in the world beyond our keyboards. One solution: Play! Through short readings, writing prompts, craft lessons, workshop exercises, and group discussions, we will discover/uncover who our characters are and what their stories are about, through experimentation with form. 2022 Festival Schedule Day 0: Tuesday, June 21 3pm EDT onward: Check-in to room at Athenaeum Hotel Day 1: Wednesday, June 22 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. EDT: Festival check-in, Anthenaeum Hotel lobby...

2022 Day Trips To Chautauqua

...Make your day a Chautauqua into an adventure. Explore places to dine, shop and play! Concerts June 29, 2023 @ 8:15 pm Week One (June 24–July 1) Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra: “Opening Night” Amphitheater Details June 30, 2023 @ 8:15 pm Week One (June 24–July 1) Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons Amphitheater $75 – $150 Details July 4, 2023 @ 8:00 pm Week Two (July 1–8) Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra: “Independence Day Celebration” Amphitheater Details July...

Day Camps

Day Camps Children’s School For youth ages 2.8–5. Built in 1921, the Chautauqua Children’s School pioneered the concept of nursery school education. Additions made in 1926, 1947 and 1969 were followed by a full renovation and expansion in 1994 to its present size and capacity. Learn More Group One For youth entering first grade in the fall. Begun in 1997, Group One is a program designed for children who will enter first grade in the...