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Week 1: June 22-28 Week 2: June 29 – July 5 Week 3: July 6-12 Week 4: July 13-19 Week 5: July 20-26 2013 Calendar of Events 93rd Annual Lutheran Chautauqua Week Chaplain of the Week: The Rev. Dr. James Moore, Pastor in Chaplain of the Week: The Rev. Dr. Trevor Hudson, Chaplain of the Week: The Rev. R. Grace Imathiu, Lead Pastor, Chaplain of the Week: The Rev. Dr. Leslie John Griffiths, All 8:15 pm programs are held in Hoover Auditorium, Chaplain of the Week: The Rev. Dr. Marcus Lohrmann, Residence, Highland Park United Methodist Church, Dallas, TX Northfield Methodist Church, Benoni, South Africa Community United Methodist Church, Naperville, IL Senior Minister, Wesley’s Chapel, Member of the House of the Lords, unless otherwise noted. An up-to-date listing of events – co-sponsored with The Upper Room London, England – supported by the Gretchen A. Curtis Endowment Bishop of the Northwestern Ohio Synod, may be found at www.lakesideohio.com/events. To view Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, Findlay, OH week 2 LeCTUReS week 4 LeCTUReS week 3 LeCTUReS JULY 15-18 Beyond earth A study of the expanding universe & topics week 5 LeCTUReS a complete list of the Chautauqua Lecture Series, JULY 1-3 All Things Americana Lectures on topics related to American week 1 LeCTUReS history & culture July 8-11 Sustaining & Appreciating Nature & the environment related to astronomy & space exploration, including lectures by Douglas July 22-25 wrongful Conviction: Rethinking American visit www.lakesideohio.com/education. Criminal Justice Explore the myths, realities & remedies of wrongful June 24-27 The world Today A continued exploration on the A focus on sustainable agriculture, nature & environmental concerns with Clowe, PhD, Assistant Professor of Astrophysics, Ohio University European economic situation & unrest in the Middle East, topics which were lectures by experts including David Kline, Editor, Farming Magazine The 1960s A look at events occurring in the U.S. five decades ago, conviction in the U.S. with former Ohio Attorney General Jim Petro & his SAT 4/27 9 am Lakeside Spring Cleanup Day examined during the 2012 season including 1963: The Hinge of the Sixties with David Shribman, Executive wife Nancy, authors of the book False Justice Faith & Forgiveness Award-winning documentary writer, producer SAT 5/11 9 am Lakeside Annual Plant Sale william Shakespeare for All Time Lectures focusing on the language, SAT 7/6 Editor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette & director, Helen Whitney, examines the topics of faith/doubt & the themes, characters & kings within the works of William Shakespeare, led by 8:15 pm The Grass Roots complexities/contradictions of forgiveness through her films SUN 5/12 11:30 am or 1:30 pm Mother’s Day Brunch Ruth Gerrard Cole, Shakespeare historian 1960s rock & roll stars perform SAT 7/13 hits “Midnight Confessions,” 8:15 pm FRI 5/17– SAT 5/18 9 am Lakeside UMC Rummage Sale SAT 6/22 140th Chautauqua Season Opening “Sooner Or Later” & The Spinners SAT 7/20 August Cup Sailing Race “Two Divided By Love” Grammy 8:15 pm OSU Alumni Band 2 pm Dedication of the Splash Park FRI 5/24 – MON 5/27 9 am-5 pm Heritage Society Sale 4 pm Classic Car Show – Hotel Lakeside Lawn SAT 7/6 – SUN 7/7 Breakfast at Wimbledon – Tennis Award-winning 8:15 pm Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood: Two Man Group R&B artists best SUN 7/21 12-5 pm 10th Annual SAT 5/25 The stars of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” return for a hilarious SUN 7/7 6 pm Family Night in the Park: known for hits Lakeside Wooden Boat Show & Plein Air Art Festival 9 am Lakeside Fund including “Could 12:30-4:30 pm Concert at the Pavilion: Wally & the Beavs night of interactive comedy “Families Love Musicals!” It Be I’m Falling Run/Walk in Love,” “Games MON 7/22 Team Triathlon 1:30 pm Family SAT 6/22 – SAT 7/6 Lakeside Chautauqua: Celebrating 140 MON 7/8 Kelleys Island Qualifying Swim People Play” & 8:15 pm Lakeside Summer Stage – Hotel Lakeside Discovery Program Years Exhibit – Hoover Lobby 6:30-7:30 pm “State of Lakeside” Address “Then Came You” 8:15 pm Hoover Movie Night 7:30 pm Summer 7:30 pm Country Dance with Cottonwood String Jam Band – The Spinners Opening Ceremony SUN 6/23 Hoover Porch SUN 7/14 MON 7/22 – WED 7/24 National Singles – Shuffleboard & Rhythmic Circus 6 pm Family Night in the Park: Bob Ford & the Ragamuffins 33rd Annual 5k Raccoon Run Rhythmic Circus TUE 7/9 8:15 pm The Harry James Orchestra 6 pm Family Night in the Park: The Muleskinner Band TUE 7/23 Youth Triathlon SUN 5/26 MON 6/24 8:15 pm Hoover Movie Night 8:15 pm “As I’ve Learned It” Michael Shirtz and the 8:30 am Dockside Worship Amy Grant TUE 7/9 – SAT 7/27 Katharine C. Crampton Memorial Art MON 7/15 8:15 pm Hoover Movie Night Pete Ford Trio perform jazz standards & Broadway tunes 8:30 am Friends of Hotel Lakeside Pancake Breakfast Show – Hoover Lobby 10:30 am Hoover Worship – The Rev. Dr. Barry C. Black, TUE 6/25 Norma Faris Ohio Pre-Teen Doubles – Shuffleboard SAT 6/29 8:15 pm Amy Grant Grammy & Dove Award-winning MON 7/15 – WED 7/17 Bill Slyh Any Doubles – Shuffleboard in a swing style Chaplain, U.S. Senate, Washington, DC 8:15 pm Patriots Symphonic Band artist with hits including “Baby, Baby,” “El Shaddai,” “That’s WED 7/10 Kelleys Island Swim WED 7/24 4 pm Dedication of The Memorial Garden at Chautauqua Park WED 6/26 8:15 pm Cardinal Chorale What Love Is For” & “Every Heartbeat” 10 am Lakeside Garden Tour TUE 7/16 8:15 pm Blue Streak Ensemble Young, professional National Junior 8:15 pm Kamikaze Fireflies Family show musicians on flute, violin, cello, piano & percussion performing 7:30 pm Brass Transit – Chicago Tribute Band Singles – Alumni of the All-Ohio Youth Choir SUN 6/30 Lakeside Field Day with a wacky circus performing duo classical works & popular music Shuffleboard MON 5/27 10:30 am Memorial Day Parade in Lakeside 6 pm Family Night in the Park: The Doyle Brothers THU 6/27 Norma Faris THU 7/11 Williams Family Doubles – Tennis WED 7/17 Ohio State Amateur Doubles – Shuffleboard 8:15 pm El Corazon Ohio Junior Doubles – Shuffleboard MON 7/1 8:15 pm Chip Richter & The Munks 8:15 pm Ennis Known for beautiful harmonies, these Juno de Mexico Ballet SUN 6/2 10:30 am Hoover Worship – The Rev. Brian 8:15 pm David Pendleton – Ventriloquist Award-winning sisters celebrate their Canadian heritage 8:15 pm Fred Garbo’s Inflatable Theater Fast-paced & energetic theatrics performed with unique inflatable inventions Folklorico Brown, Ohio River Valley District Superintendent, West Ohio TUE 7/2 Conference of the United Methodist Church, Cincinnati, OH FRI 6/28 8:15 pm Blue Jupiter – Acapella FRI 7/12 THU 7/18 8:15 pm The Wonder Bread Years Former THU 7/25 8:15 pm New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players “I’ve Got a Little 1:30 pm Puppet Show with Guy Thompson – Bradley Temple “Seinfeld” writer, Pat Hazel, presents a one-man show 9:30 am-3:30 pm Lakeside Women’s Club Tour of Homes SUN 6/9 10:30 am Hoover Worship – West Ohio Conference Twist” The company celebrates the legacy of Gilbert & Sullivan WED 7/3 8:15 pm The Texas Tenors Finalists on “America’s Got Talent,” reminiscing on growing up in the 1960s 8:15 pm The Comedy & Chaos of Marty Putz keynote speaker will serve as Chaplain 8:15 pm “The Chipper this trio performs country, classical, gospel & Broadway music and their impact on American musical theater Hilarious show of non-stop family fun SUN 6/9 – WED 6/12 West Ohio Conference, UMC Experience! – Where Comedy & THU 7/18 – SAT 7/20 Magic Collide!” Ohio State Doubles – Shuffleboard THU 7/25 – SAT 7/27 9 am Lakeside Craft & Art Show FRI 6/14 – SUN 6/16 East Ohio Youth Annual Conference, UMC THU 7/4 10 am 4th of July FRI 7/19 National Doubles – Shuffleboard Children’s Bike Parade 1:30 pm Puppet Show with Rick Morse SUN 6/16 9:30 am East Ohio Youth Annual Conference Hoover 10:15 am 4th of July Parade “The Three Wishes” – Bradley Temple FRI 7/26 1:30 pm Puppet Show with with Jim Rose Worship – The Rev. Delaine McGhee, Pastor, Grafton United 6-8 pm Concert in the Park: 8:15 pm Herman’s Hermits starring “Punch & Judy” – Bradley Temple Methodist Church, Grafton, OH Central Ohio Brass Band Peter Noone ‘British Invasion’ 8:15 pm Columbus Jazz Orchestra Show highlighting a 9:45 pm Fireworks recording star with top hits including recent concert titled “Going Rogue” with music from SUN 6/16 – THU 6/20 East Ohio Conference, UMC “There’s a Kind of Hush,” “I’m Into George Gershwin to The Beatles FRI 7/5 8:15 pm Cirque Zuma The Texas Tenors Something Good” & “Mrs. Brown Zuma International touring You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter” Peter Noone Follow us on Twitter at sensation presents a cirque-style Visit www.lakesideohio.com for an updated listing of events, To receive our latest e-newsletter, www.twitter.com/LakesideOH. Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood: Two Man Group show with an African twist Cirque Zuma Zuma as well as shopping and dining opportunities. FRI 7/19 – SUN 7/21 Lakeside Plein Air Art Festival sign up at www.lakesideohio.com/latest. Week 6: July 27 – August 2 Week 7: August 3-9 Week 8: August 10-16 Week 9: August 17-23 Week 10: August 24 – September 2 Family Fun & Entertainment Chaplain of the Week: The Rev. Barbara J. Essex, Chaplain of the Week: The Rev. Dr. Jane I. Smith, Retired Chaplain of the Week: Dr. Gerald Root, Billy Graham Institute Chaplain of the Week: The Rev. Dr. Gary Henderson, Note: SUN 8/25 – MON 9/2 Limited programming & reduced gate pass FAMILY DISCOVERY MIDDLE GRADE MADNESS Former Minister for Higher & Theological Education, Dean of the Faculty, Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, MA for Evangelism & C.S. Lewis Scholar, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL Executive Director, Global Health Initiative Malaria, PROGRAMS From June 24 – August 15, United Church of Christ, Cleveland, OH United Methodist Communications, Nashville, TN Sunday Hoover Worship: The Rev. Judith Wismar All ages are invited to these youth ages 10-14 enjoy week 7 LeCTUReS week 8 LeCTUReS Claycomb, Firelands District Superintendent, East Ohio family-oriented programs to fellowship, fun and week 6 LeCTUReS AUGUST 5-8 Seeking Peace in a Multi-Faith world A special August 12-15 The Theology of C.S. Lewis Chaplain of the Week, week 9 LeCTUReS Conference of the United Methodist Church, Huron, OH learn about topics of interest activity-based learning from JULY 29-AUGUST 2 Asian Cultures A study of cultures within Asia, combined Chaplain’s Hour & morning education lecture will feature Chaplain of Dr. Gerald Root, explores the theological views of C.S. Lewis in AUGUST 19-23 10th Annual Civil war week Lectures & educational Chaplain’s Message: Daily devotion led by local clergy at to young and old alike. 10-11:30 am including lectures on Chinese ethics by Eugene Swanger, PhD, Foreign the Week, the Rev. Dr. Jane I. Smith, speaking on interfaith topics (note special this combined Chaplain’s Hour & morning education lecture programs focused on the American Civil War. Lectures include Civil War 1 pm Monday-Thursday Check the weekly Lakesider Monday-Thursday. Chaplain’s Hour/morning lecture time: 10-11:30 am). Afternoon lecture theme (note special Chaplain’s Hour/morning lecture time: 10-11:30 am) newspaper for details. Service Institute lecturer historian, Bob Bridges, looking at transformations during the Civil War & Donald WEDNESDAY FAMILY PICNICS Health & Medicine Topics related to health, wellness & medicine will focus on “Peace with Justice” History & Transformation of Hollywood Historians discuss the W. Stansloski, RPh, PhD, Dean for the College of Pharmacy, The University of week 10 LeCTUReS C. KIRK RHEIN, JR., CENTER Join the fun at 5:30 pm beginnings of motion pictures, while screenwriter, Bob Bridges, reviews Findlay, discussing medicines of the Civil War. Milann Ruff Daugherty reviews FOR THE LIVING ARTS Wednesday in Perry Park. Centering Prayer An introductory workshop on the method of Centering August 26-30 Lakeside University Professors & professionals Participate in arts and crafts The picnic is organized by Prayer led by Willis Waldron, Trained Facilitator SAT 8/3 8:15 pm Lakeside Symphony Orchestra with Pointe transformations of the movie industry through the years her book, Your Affectionate Son: Letters from a Civil War Soldier affiliated with Lakeside & favorite Lakeside presenters provide lectures on classes. Check the weekly Lakeside Children and 10th Annual Vearl Smith Memorial Historic Preservation workshop of Departure Ballet – Iva M. Clark Memorial Concert diverse topics related to their areas of expertise Lakesider newspaper for class Youth Ministries. SAT 8/17 8:15 pm Lakeside Symphony Orchestra with topics, fees and SAT 7/27 Mouse Island Sailing Race SAT 8/3 – SUN 8/4 Lakeside Sailing Regatta Opera Circle – “The Barber of Seville” by Rossini SAT 8/24 schedule. Open house and YOUTH MUSIC PROGRAMS From June 25 – August 16, registration sign-up (required) 9:30 am-5 pm Lakeside Antique Show 3 pm East/West Softball Game SUN 8/4 2:30 pm 35th Annual Friends of Hotel Lakeside Ice SUN 8/18 6 pm Family Night in the Park: Karen Burkhart 8:15 pm Barbershop Quartet Festival from 1-3 pm Sunday. Fun with Music (ages 4-7) and Ring & Sing (ages 8+) 8:15 pm David Cassidy 1970s teen Cream Social with Genoa American Legion Band CHAUTAUQUA YOUNG READERS meet Tuesday-Friday morning idol who rose to fame on “The 6 pm Family Night in the Park: Mike Hemmelgarn – Ventriloquist MON 8/19 7 pm Sing-A-Long of Civil War Songs SUN 8/25 6 pm Family Night in the Park: Lee Murdock PROGRAM (AGES 8-12) to teach children about music Partridge Family” with hits “I Think Music popular during Civil War times will be played with lyrics Visit The Fine Print theory, performance and I Love You,” “I Woke Up in Love MON 8/5 8:15 pm Hoover Movie Night provided. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments to MON 8/26 – FRI 8/30 7 pm Concerts in the Park – bookstore to learn about this instruments. This Morning” & “I Can Feel Your accompany the Sing-A-Long leader – Steele Memorial Bandstand summer reading program and Heartbeat” TUE 8/6 8:15 pm Lakeside Symphony Orchestra Concert Steele Memorial Bandstand special events organized by CHILDRENS’ NATURE TUE 8/20 8:15 pm Lakeside Symphony the bookstore. PROGRAMS SAT 7/27 – SUN 7/28 WED 8/7 8:15 pm Playing by Air High energy family show with FRI 8/30 – MON 9/2 Nature programs are David Cassidy comedy, juggling & circus-style entertainment The 5th Dimension featuring Florence LaRue Orchestra Concert 9 am-5 pm Heritage Society Sale KIDS SETTING SAIL (AGES 5-10) presented at 9 am Friday for Light Up Lakeside Weekend Free Sunfish sailing ages 4-6 (Fun with Nature) SAT 8/10 WED 8/21 SUN 7/28 3 pm Tiffin T-Squares – Western Square Dancing THU 8/8 Sweetheart Tournament – Shuffleboard Military Appreciation Day 8:15 pm “Civil War Voices” SAT 8/31 adventures from 2:30-4:30 pm and for ages 7-12 8:15 pm The 5th Dimension featuring Florence LaRue 7:30 pm Mike Albert Sunday; children must (Junior Naturalist Program). August Family Doubles – Tennis Musical based on the diary of a Civil War be able to swim. 6 pm Family Night in the Park: Jonathan Kingham Grammy Award-winning artists whose soulful sophistication & & the Big “E” Band The ORGANIZED GAMES (AGES 7-12) 5:30 pm Arbor Day Picnic soldier from Alabama smooth harmonies produced Top 40 hits “Up, Up and Away,” “Ultimate Tribute” to Elvis BICYCLE RODEO & SAFETY Games and activities are held MON 7/29 Individual Triathlon 8:15 pm Kim & Reggie Harris “Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In” & “One Less Bell To Answer” Norma Faris Ohio Pre-Teen Singles – Shuffleboard Consummate musicians & THU 8/22 8:15 pm Huntley Brown – 9:45 pm Fireworks PROGRAM (AGES 4-12) Children are invited to this from 11 am-12 pm Monday-Friday at the storytellers combine a strong SAT 8/10 – SUN 8/11 International Christian concert pianist 8:15 pm Lakeside Summer Stage – Hotel Lakeside 8:15 pm Hoover Silent Movie Night with organist Clark Wilson folk & gospel legacy with Northwestern Ohio Gladiolus Exhibition – Hoover Lobby SUN 9/1 safety class to learn basic basketball court in bicycle skills. The program Central Park. classical, rock, jazz & pop FRI 8/23 8:15 pm Lakeside Symphony 10:30 am Hoover Worship – is organized by Lakeside music Orchestra Closing Night Concert with Bishop Gregory V. Palmer, SUPERVISED PLAYGROUND MON 7/29 – FRI 8/2 All Lakeside Tennis Tournament SUN 8/11 3 pm Lakeside Leadership Academy Closing Ceremony pianist Emanuela Friscioni West Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church, Chautauqua Safety (AGES 4-7) 6 pm Family Night in the Park: Raison D’Etre Services and Danbury TUE 7/30 8:15 pm The Magic of Rick Smith Jr. FRI 8/9 Columbus, OH Township Police. Grindley Playground at Central 8:15 pm Lakeside Symphony 7:45 pm Chautauqua Season Closing Ceremony – Park provides supervised play Orchestra Concert – “An Evening of Gilbert & Sullivan” MON 8/12 25th Annual Lakeside Symphony Showcase Hoover Auditorium WHERE IN THE WORLD? from 9 am-12 pm and 1-5 pm WED 7/31 Norma Faris Ohio State Junior Singles – Shuffleboard – sponsored by Copeland Oaks 8:15 pm Hoover Movie Night Children explore world Monday-Saturday. 8:15 pm 50th Anniversary Lakeside Symphony Orchestra MON 9/2 Labor Day geography and culture on YOUTH POND BOAT BUILDING Opening Night Concert & Reception -– sponsored by TUE 8/13 8:15 pm Chautauqua Chorale A festive concert with 11 am-6 pm Lakeside Volunteer Fire Dept. Monday at 9 am for ages 3-6 and 10 am for ages 7-10. (AGES 4-12) Brooks Insurance Agency & Metal Forming and Coining local musicians, directed by Craig Dieterich Spaghetti Dinner & Movie (7 pm) Robert L. Cronquist,Lakeside Symphony Children use tools and their GOD SQUAD imaginations to create their WED 7/31 – SAT 8/17 Orchestra Music Director & Conductor WED 8/14 8:15 pm Lakeside Symphony Orchestra Concert THU 9/19 – SUN 9/22 From June 25 – August 22, own pond boats. Check the Lakeside Photography Show – Hoover Lobby with violinist Michael Ferri Midwest Birding Symposium Bradley Temple is home weekly Lakesider newspaper to God Squad. Led by the for details. THU 8/1 8:15 pm The Tartan Terrors Celtic band known THU 8/15 8:15 pm The Faux Frenchmen Hot Club-style gypsy SAT 10/12 Richter family, God Squad WOODEN BOAT CRUISES for their witty repartee, amazing vocals & lively dancing Lakeside-Marblehead Lighthouse Festival sessions are centered on songs jazz combined with the sounds of American jazz legends and crafts for children AND CHARTERS Take a free sunset cruise on FRI 8/2 The Kingston Trio FRI 8/16 SAT 12/7 Lakeside Community Christmas Dinner ages 4-6 and 7-9, a classic Lyman boat at Tuesday-Thursday mornings. America’s most popular folk 6:15 pm Sunday. Private group for more than 50 years 8:15 pm The Diamonds THU 2/27/14 – SUN 3/2/14 PUPPET SHOWS charters are also available on Fun, fabulous foursome Chautauqua on the Road in Boca Grande, Florida with hit songs including of the 1950s with hits IN BRADLEY TEMPLE Amazing Grace, Lakeside’s “Tom Dooley” & “Where Enjoy family entertainment 1937 Richardson Cruiser. including “The Stroll” on Fridays July 12, 19 and 26 To book a charter, contact Have All The Flowers Gone?” and “Little Darlin’” ‘Like’ us on Facebook at at 1:30 p.m. 419-798-4461, ext. 279. www.facebook.com/LakesideOhio. sign up at www.lakesideohio.com/latest. Miniature Golf Orchestra Hall Movie Theater To receive our latest e-newsletter, Sailing & Kayaking for the Living Arts Classes Celebrating 140 Years Note: No motorcycles or trailers are permitted within the Lakeside gates. Historic Tram Tours C. Kirk Rhein, Jr., Center Season Golf Cart ....................................................................$140 ALSO AVAILABLE FOR A NOMINAL CHARGE Season Auto (After May 31: $160): ....................................…$140 2-Week Auto….......................................................................$112 Daily Auto.................... $8 Weekly Auto..............................$56 Ministry Programs FOLLOWING BUSINESSES AND ORGANIZATIONS: Auto Pass (May 24-27 & June 22 – September 2) Shuttle Service Children & Youth LAKESIDE IS GRATEFUL TO HAVE SUPPORT FROM THE coupons may be exchanged for a Weekly Gate Pass. Other conditions may apply. may be exchanged for one Daily Gate Pass (regular or reduced rate). Seven Wellness & Fitness Classes & Nature Programs *Note: Coupon Books may be purchased by season pass holders only. Each coupon Youth Music Outdoor Wellness Park Youth Coupon Book (10 coupons)*........................................$115 Children’s Splash Park Adult Coupon Book (10 coupons)* ........................................$145 Nature/Walking Trail Youth (ages 12-18) ..................................................................$360 Lakefront Path & at Chautauqua Park Adult (After May 31: $635) ....................................................$600 The Memorial Garden Season Gate Pass Volleyball Court in the Park Concerts www.lakesideohio.com/gates or call 419-798-4461. Basketball Courts Sunday Family Night Passes are available. Other conditions and Auto Pass may apply. For details, visit Church, Chaplain’s Hour, Movie, Shopping/Dining, Laundry and Walking Gate Tennis Courts & Lessons & Lectures (4 Gate Passes & Auto Pass included) ......................................$85 Lessons Historic Walking Tours Hoover Entertainment Book Shuffleboard Courts & 3-Hour (not valid at Hoover shows)......................................$6.25 Evening Prayer & Praise Partial Day Gate Pass (Auto Pass not included) Activities & Games Weekly Chaplain’s Hour Organized Recreational *Note: A Weekly Gate Pass expires at 7 pm on the last day. Special Community Events Youth (ages 12-18) ...............................................................$92.75 Supervised Playground Adult .......................................................................................$133 Evening Worship Services Weekly Gate Pass* (June 22 – August 24) Parks & Picnic Areas Sunday Morning and until 7 pm the following day. Swimming Lessons *Note: A Daily Gate Pass is valid from the time it is purchased Chautauqua Lecture Series Adult ................$9.50 Youth (ages 12-18) .................$6.75 Swimming off the Dock Live Entertainment (Valid during May 24-27 & August 25 – September 2) Family Puppet Shows Hoover Auditorium Memorial Day Weekend & Week 10 Reduced Daily Rates* admission to the grounds and the following Lakeside activities: Adult ...................$19 Youth (ages 12-18) ...............$13.25 During the 10-week Chautauqua summer season, gate passes provide Daily Gate Pass* (June 22 – August 24) Admission & Gate Pass Fees of your gate pass is priceless What you receive for the price GUESTS 90 & OLDER ARE ALWAYS FREE Lakeside Chautauqua 236 Walnut Ave. Lakeside, OH 43440 419-798-4461 866-952-5374 www.lakesideohio.com An official site on the Chautauqua Trail – www.chautauquatrail.com CHILDREN UNDER AGE 12 & or call 419-798-5396. online donation, visit www.lakesideohio.com/giving For more information about the Lakeside Fund or to make an visit www.lakesideohio.com/directions. preserve and enrich the Lakeside Chautauqua experience today. distance of Lakeside. For detailed directions, and friends. We invite you to support the Lakeside Fund to help and historical sites within a short driving through the philanthropic support of generous Lakeside families Route 163. There are many attractions Chautauqua programming and upkeep are made possible Cale fees cover only a portion of the overall operating budget. nd east or west via Interstate 80-90, Route 2 and Lakeside Chautauqua is a nonprofit organization. Gate pass ar of E vents 2013 and Cleveland. It is easily accessible from the SUPPORT THE LAKESIDE CHAUTAUQUA EXPERIENCE TODAY Bloom Winner Marblehead Peninsula, halfway between Toledo 2012 America in Lakeside Chautauqua is located on the and cultural excellence, nurturing mind, body and spirit.” Directions to Lakeside “A Chautauqua community dedicated to Christian values Lakeside Chautauqua’s Vision Nurturing the mind... the body... ...and the spirit Staying at Lakeside Lakeside has a wide variety of places to stay for the evening, week or CHAUTAUQUA LECTURE SERIES FARMERS’ MARKET SUNDAY WORSHIP CELEBRATIONS the entire summer. To plan your family vacation to the Lake Erie shore, Guests may participate in weekday educational lectures on a variety Local vegetables, herbs, fruits, flowers, baked goods, jams 8:30 am – Dockside Worship on the East Pavilion Deck of topics to enlighten the mind. Weekly themes and a sample of and teas are available for purchase on Walnut Avenue from contact 419-798-4461 or visit www.lakesideohio.com/staying. 9 am – Lakeside United Methodist Church Worship topics are listed inside this calendar. A complete list of topics and 9 am-12 pm Tuesday and Friday. 10:30 am – Hoover Auditorium Community Worship HOTEL LAKESIDE speakers is available online at www.lakesideohio.com/education. (Children’s Church offered in Bradley Temple) Celebrating more than 135 years, Hotel Lakeside is SHUFFLEBOARD 8:30 pm – Sunset Praise Service on the West Pavilion Deck a notable National Historic Landmark. The hotel is FAMILY DISCOVERY Court hours are 9 am-9 pm reminiscent of the Victorian era, featuring antique Many people are discovering that lifelong learning is essential PROGRAMS Monday-Saturday and A Church Gate Pass may be obtained, free-of-charge, furnishings and a beautiful wrap-around porch to living a happy and fulfilling life. As the demand for an Bring the entire family to these 12-9 pm Sunday. Free lessons between 7:30-10:30 am Sunday, valid until 3 pm. showcasing the best views of Lake Erie. Enjoy authentic, cultural experience grows, Chautauqua communities programs on topics of interest to all ages. are available at 9 am Tuesday. The pass includes admittance for guests and auto. a memorable lakefront dining experience at the across North America are thriving. Hotel Lakeside Café. The Hotel Lakeside is open LAKESIDE HERB STUDY SWIMMING CHAPLAIN OF THE WEEK seasonally from Memorial Day through August. Learn about growing and using herbs Lifeguards are on duty at the In addition to presenting the To reserve a room online, visit www.lakesideohio. WHAT IS A ‘CHAUTAUQUA?’ for culinary and decorative purposes dock, children’s pool and sermon at the 10:30 am Sunday “Chautauqua” represents a community that welcomes com/staying or contact 419-798-4461, ext. 230. from 8:30-10 am Wednesday at the splash pad from 10 am-6 pm Hoover Worship Service, each all people to gather and participate in lifelong learning Train Station. Monday-Saturday and chaplain leads the daily Welcome to Lakeside Chautauqua opportunities through four pillars: religion, education, 12-6 pm Sunday. Free Chaplain’s Hour at 9:15-10 am FOUNTAIN INN cultural arts and recreation. SYMPHONY PRE-CONCERT TALKS swimming lessons are and worship at Tuesday’s Evening This year-round facility, built in the late 1970s, is located one In our fast-paced world full of modern conveniences, Enjoy informative lectures prior to select Lakeside Symphony offered 9:30-10 am Prayer & Praise at 7:15 pm. block from Lake Erie in the Lakeside Business District. The many families are searching for a unique summer vacation Lakeside was among the first communities founded as part location provides easy access to the waterfront, parks and Hoover Orchestra concerts to understand composer intentions and preview Monday-Friday for all ages. to rest, renew and reconnect with loved ones. of the Chautauqua Movement in North America, a cultural and abbreviated sections of works to be presented. A Chaplain’s Hour Gate Pass may be obtained, free-of-charge, Auditorium. The Fountain Inn accommodates family reunions, educational movement that flourished during the 19th and 20th between 8:30-9:15 am Monday-Friday, valid until 12 pm. conferences and business retreats. It is open nightly from May For 140 years, Lakeside Chautauqua has welcomed centuries. At the height of its existence, the movement CHILDREN’S SPLASH PARK 15 to October 15. From October 16 to May 14, the Fountain Inn C. KIRK RHEIN, JR., CENTER FOR THE LIVING ARTS A recreational water play destination, including a zero depth entry The pass includes admittance for guests and auto. families to the Lake Erie shore to take part in a summer attracted millions to hear preachers, educators, explorers, is open to groups of 10 rooms or more and for special events. To Participate in arts and crafts classes. Check the weekly children’s pool and state-of-the-art splash pad, have been added to Chautauqua experience dedicated to nurturing mind, scientists, politicians and entertainers. THE MEMORIAL GARDEN AT CHAUTAUQUA PARK reserve a room online, visit www.lakesideohio.com/staying Lakesider newspaper for class topics, fees and schedule. Open the waterfront to create an aquatic adventure for children. body and spirit. The experience is a step back in time to a Located in the southeast corner of Lakeside, this secluded area or contact 419-798-4461, ext. 230. house and registration sign-up (required) from 1-3 pm Sunday. place where values, traditions and family remain the focus. serves as a place where guests can reflect and connect SAILING & BOATING spiritually, loved ones can be remembered, special occasions can LAKESIDE COTTAGE RENTALS There is no place quite like Lakeside Chautauqua. It is an LAKESIDE ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP SOCIETY The Lakeside Sailing Center offers week-long lessons Lakeside Chautauqua Realty is the largest provider of cottage Participate in youth and adult activities related to environmental June 24 – August 9 for $90/person; minimum age 10. Sunfish be celebrated and the beauty of nature can be embraced. historic community that offers an abundance of spiritual rentals in Lakeside, representing nearly 200 unique homes. opportunities, educational lectures, cultural arts stewardship and nature, including tree walks, bird walks, sailboat and kayak rentals are available. Children ages 5-10 enjoy educational seminars and field trips. EVENING PRAYER & PRAISE To plan your vacation, contact 419-798-4461, ext. 334 or 348 performances and recreational activities during its 10-week free sailing through the Kids Setting Sail program from or visit www.lakesideohio.com/staying. Check the weekly Lakesider newspaper for details. 2:30-4:30 pm Sunday; sailors must be able to swim. Evening Prayer & Praise, held at 7:15 pm Tuesday and summer programming season. Quaint boutique shopping, Thursday, offers a timeless message and worship experience. unique restaurants and a variety of accommodations HERITAGE SOCIETY MUSEUM & ARCHIVES The Chaplain of the Week leads the service on Tuesday. CAMPGROUND complete the experience. Heritage Society lectures are presented at 2 pm Sunday and an TENNIS The campground is located within the gated community near Courts at the Williams Tennis Campus are open 8 am-7 pm Route 163. Open seasonally from May 15 to October 15, the It is our mission to enrich the quality of life for all people, Historic Chautauqua Movement seminar at 3:30 pm Wednesday. Monday-Saturday and 12-7 pm Sunday. Courts are also located WEDNESDAY FAMILY PICNICS Visit the free Heritage Hall Museum from 10 am-4:30 pm campground offers full RV hookups, as well as tent camping sites. to foster traditional Christian values and to nurture at Perry Park. Free lessons are offered for ages 4-18, including Join the fun at 5:30 pm Wednesday in Perry Park from To reserve space at the campground, call 419-798-4461, ext. 230. Tuesday-Saturday (closed 12-1 pm) and 1:30-4:30 pm Sunday. the youth USTA QuickStart program. Weekly hitting clinics and June 26 – August 21. The picnic is organized by Lakeside relationships through opportunities for renewal and The Archives is open 10 am-1 pm Tuesday-Saturday. growth – spiritually, intellectually, culturally and round robins are open to adults. Children and Youth Ministries. GROUP FACILITIES For extended research, call 419-798-5519. physically – while preserving Lakeside’s heritage. Groups of all sizes are welcome year-round at Lakeside. FOREIGN AFFAIRS FORUM MINIATURE GOLF GOD SQUAD Seasonal youth lodging venues are available, as well as rustic Today, Lakeside Chautauqua thrives as one of the The 18-hole course is open 10 am-10 pm Monday-Saturday From June 25 – August 22, Bradley Temple is home to and family cabins. Year-round meeting spaces include DISCOVER LAKESIDE CHAUTAUQUA This 2:30 pm Friday forum encourages discussion of current 14 Chautauqua communities in North America, offering a and 12-10 pm Sunday. Cost is $3.50/game. God Squad. Led by the Richter family, God Squad sessions Wesley Lodge, the Train Station and Fountain Inn conference Lakeside Chautauqua is a unique experience for each international events, emphasizing U.S. foreign policy issues. place for all people to grow – spiritually, intellectually, include songs and crafts for children ages 4-6 and 7-9 rooms, which accommodate groups of 250 or less. To reserve individual. We invite you to experience our Chautauqua culturally and physically. FITNESS AS A FOCUS Tuesday-Thursday mornings. a group meeting space, contact email@example.com community this summer in your own way; reconnect with LAKESIDE WOMEN’S CLUB All are welcome at the 1:30 pm Monday book discussions, 1:30 pm The Lakeside Women’s Club organizes fitness classes for women or call 419-798-4461, ext. 279. family, grow spiritually, expand intellectually, unleash The Chautauqua Movement holds a respected place in Tuesday speaker programs, 1:30 pm Friday book reviews and bridge 8-9 am Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Life Trail Outdoor MIDDLE GRADE MADNESS your creativity or challenge yourself physically. North American history, and Lakeside Chautauqua remains a Wellness Park features 10 exercise and stretching stations. From June 24 – August 15, youth ages 10-14 enjoy leader of this cultural phenomenon. We invite you to explore at 9:30 am Wednesday and 1:30 pm Thursday. BED & BREAKFASTS/GUEST HOUSES The opportunities are endless. You will soon realize A nature/walking trail borders the Lakeside perimeter and fellowship, fun and activity-based learning from 10-11:30 am There are several bed & breakfasts and guest houses throughout why Lakeside Chautauqua has remained an annual the Chautauqua Trail this summer with your family. HISTORIC TOURS now extends through Chautauqua Park. Monday-Thursday. Lakeside to experience during your visit. For a full listing, tradition for generations of families. For more information, visit www.chautauquatrail.com. Historic Tram Tours are available for a nominal fee on visit www.lakesideohio.com/staying. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and free historic walking tours HATHA YOGA TEEN MINISTRIES For more information about Lakeside Chautauqua, Lakeside is a “Slow-Go” community. Safety is are offered at 10:30 am Wednesday. Check the weekly Hatha Yoga advanced classes meet 7:15-8:15 am and basic Lakeside Teen Ministry hosts evening discussion groups, To provide a safe, healthy and aesthetically pleasing Lakesider newspaper for details. classes meet 8:30-9:30 am Tuesday and Thursday. recreational events and teen theme nights from June 24 – August 16. visit www.lakesideohio.com. everyone’s responsibility, especially yours. environment, Lakeside is a tobacco free community.
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