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Patricia Hirt
· February 24, 2017
After 34 years, NOT going to Chautauqua, is difficult, to say the least. We should be spending more time out West where our children live but as Easterners who ...imbibed in all the magnificence this place has to offer--- the friendship, the old-fashioned neighborliness, the symphony and ballet and probably, to top it off, the phenomenal speakers from around the world to enlighten us, how can we be drawn elsewhere? See More
Jenean Roth
· May 21, 2017
"Off-season" CI is so fun. I had done a walking tour last year and loved it so much I bought one of the books about Chautauqua Institution in the Book Store. We... roamed and toured and walked, referring to my little book and bits I remembered from my tour before. Every time I go I find at least one new hidden gem, usually more. Refreshing, safe, interesting, clean, lovely place to walk with my girls. Woman working Book Store was friendly, warm, professional, and quite enjoyable. Gentleman working (right at closing) the reception center was friendly and helpful. I am never disappointed going to Chautauqua Institution. See More
Wendy Ann
· June 11, 2017
Chautauqua is a place like no other. The homes with inviting front porches where people can discuss the issues of the day on immaculately cared for wicker
It's a place of peace, tranquility, hope and joy. Where all the arts are celebrated and families are joined. The open amphitheatres accommodate the best vocalists, symphonies and philosophers. It is food for the soul.
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Lou Muscato
· February 10, 2017
Been coming here every year in the offseason for the last 7 years. It is truly a beautiful sight when the grounds are covered in snow. You almost have the whole... institute to yourself! Very close to a handful of wineries, distilleries and one of the best breweries New York has to offer (Southern Tier.) See More
Michael Siewert
· July 10, 2017
I was disappointed in all of the automobiles I saw driving around yesterday. We found ourselves having to "move put of the way" WAY too much. Having an elder me, it became extremely annoying. In past years the Institute seemed to very strict about not having motor vehicles on the property. What happened? See More
Chris Strok
· July 10, 2017
Great place to hang out on a Sunday if you are not a summer resident. Free to the public until 2 pm. And anyone who would rate the Institution low just doesn't get it.
Jeffrey Robbins
· May 1, 2017
A great American institution. Founded in the dark years after the Civil War, it is old fashioned and forward thinking. Spend a week there and connect to all that is good in the heart of America's spiritual bloodline.
Terry Wilson
· April 5, 2017
What's not to like about the most intellectual, relaxing, sporty, and artistically-stimulating summer community in America? Throw in the history, and one stands on the shoulders of true American greats. Proud to be an alumnus!
Ken Hughes
· July 16, 2017
Beautiful grounds, amazing history, great venue for relaxation and education, and a memorable concert by Sheryl Crow and band, with perfect mix of new and old songs...
Alice Nishnick
· March 7, 2017
Chautauqua Institution is a wonderful place to visit any time of year. I am so happy to live so close so I can take advantage of it.
James Parker
· July 14, 2017
If you are looking to grow as an individual, a great first step is to plant yourself within the Chautauqua Grounds!!
Michael Vannatta
· July 5, 2017
Best Military Discount hands down. Thanks so much for allowing me to enjoy this special place!
Andrea Brothwell
· June 27, 2017
I love this place. I look forward to my 2 weeks every summer. Many great memories from childhood! Thank you!
Angela Barrett
· June 28, 2017
I am working here for my first year and I am so happy working here. Best job I have ever had!!!!
Selina Uglow
· July 8, 2017
Enjoyed a beautiful evening, walked the lakefront, and listened to beautiful music. A very welcoming atmosphere! Can't wait to return to teach a REAL Wellness program.
Lorraine Kohn
· July 6, 2017
What a unique and lovely community, love it! Highly recommended. Come for a week, at least!
Ron Bystrom
· April 24, 2017
Been there twice. We love it there. What a nice area, with nice people. We'll be back this Summer for the goings on at the Institute.
Nancy Lewis
· April 12, 2017
Oh, so many fun fond memories of such of cool place!!
Linda Creveling Corish
· June 27, 2017
Such a special place. So spiritual, serene and tranquil.
Kathy Koshute Archer
· January 30, 2017
This is an annual event for us to attend! It is a beautiful, fun, enjoyable event for anybody! Thank you for continuing to provide this!
Jeffrey Rosen
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Head to the Amp for Akhil Reed Amar's 10:45 Lecture titled "How the Warren Court Still Endures"! #Chq2017

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Here's the latest in 10:45 Lecture news from The Chautauquan Daily:
Law scholar Akhil Reed Amar to discuss upcoming challenges for the Bill of Rights

Yale University professor Akhil Reed Amar will explore how the Bill of Rights might be interpreted for the modern era at 10:45 a.m.

Although Akhil Reed Amar is a constitutional originalist, he recognizes that change will happen. Amar will talk about the future of a major aspect of the Constitution — the Bill