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                                                                                                                                             Orchestra Hall
                                                                                                                                                Movies
                                                                                                                                                 TICKETS: Adult $6/
                                                                                                                                                Child (12 & Under) $3

                                                                                                                                           Knight and Day
                                                                                                                                                               (PG-13) 109 min.
                                                                                                                                                               Aug. 5-8
                                                                                                                                                               Daily Times:
                                                                                                                                                               3:30 p.m., 8 p.m.

                                                                                                                                                              This action comedy
Lakeside Symphony                                 Wild Carrot & the                               An Evening with                                             centers on a fugitive
                                                                                                                                                              couple. Roy Miller
    Orchestra                                       Roots Band                                     Larry Miller &                                             (Tom Cruise) is a
                                                                                                                                           covert agent sent on a mission he was
   with organist                               8:15 p.m.                                             Pat Hazell                            never meant to complete, while June
                                               Thursday, Aug. 12
   Dee Dee Gain                                Hoover Auditorium
                                                                                              8:15 p.m.                                    Havens (Cameron Diaz) is caught
                                                                                                                                           between him and those he claims set
8:15 p.m.                                                                                     Friday, Aug. 13
                                                                                                                                           him up. As their race across the globe
Wednesday, Aug. 11                                Wild Carrot is composed of husband          Hoover Auditorium                            becomes a maze of double-crosses,
                                               and wife duo, Pam Temple and Spencer
Hoover Auditorium                                                                                                                          close escapes and false identities, they
                                               Funk.                                             MILLER, continued from p 1                come to realize all they can count on
   Lakeside Symphony Orchestra’s fifth            The Roots Band is made up of Brenda                                                      is each other.
concert of the season will feature Dee Dee     Wolfersberger and Brandt Smith.                    Miller is also a contributing humorist
Gain, Lakeside’s staff organist, in a per-        Based in Cincinnati, the group is           for The Huffington Post and Weekly Stan-       ** Children ages 12 and under must
formance of Camille Saint-Saens’ monu-         rooted in traditional American music,          dard.                                          have parents available to purchase
                                                                                                  Showtime has declared Hazell one of           their ticket for PG-13 movies. **
mental Symphony No. 3.                         from swing to blues.
   Gain’s family has been coming to               Together, the group includes all four       the five funniest people in America.
Lakeside for more than 100 years. In the       on vocals, as well as guitar, mandolin,            He was one of the original screenwrit-
1970s, Gain’s mother, Cordelia Crout           dulcimer, concertina, bass, banjo and          ers for NBC’s hit television show, “Sein-    Babies
Stephens Fues, purchased a cottage             Dobro.                                         feld.”                                                            (PG) 79 min.
which Gain now owns.                              Their “seamless” performances are               As the President of Sweetwood Pro-                            Aug. 9-11
   Currently, Gain is the organist at the      known to move audience members from            ductions, Hazell is in the business of be-                        Daily Times:
First United Methodist Church in Battle        laughter to tears, making attendees feel       ing a funny businessman.                                          3:30 p.m., 8 p.m.
Creek, Mich. in the winter and at Lake-        like they are having a conversation with           Hazell is also a playwright. His first
side in the summer.                            an old friend.                                 script was titled “Bunk Bed Brothers”                            This film follows
   Symphony No. 3 was commissioned                Their performances have something           and was co-written with Matt Goldman.                            four babies around
by the Royal Philharmonic Society and          for everyone and have been described as            The play was critically acclaimed and                        the world -- from
had its premiere performance on May 19,        “honest, soothing, uplifting and fun, all at   Columbia Pictures optioned to use it,                            birth to first steps.
1886 in London with Saint-Saens con-           the same time.”                                giving the roles of screenwriting to both    The children are: Ponijao from Opuwo,
ducting.                                          When not performing, Funk teaches           Hazell and Goldman. Instead of becom-        Namibia; Bayarjargal from Mongolia,
   Scored for a large orchestra with both      guitar lessons and Temple is an on-            ing a film, “Bunk Bed Brothers” became       near Bayanchandmani; Mari from
an organ and piano part, this symphony is      air music host of the American Roots           “American Pie,” a sitcom for NBC Stu-        Tokyo, Japan; and Hattie from San
dedicated to Franz Liszt.                      program, “The Front Porch.”                    dios.                                        Francisco. Directed by award-winning
   The Lakeside Symphony Orchestra’s              Smith has recorded with Carrie                  Other television writing credits in-     filmmaker Thomas Balmès, “Babies”
concert will open with the Overture to         Newcomer and has played with Comet             clude: “Lois and Clark: The New Adven-       re-defines the nonfiction art form,
Der Freischütz by Carl Maria von Weber,        Bluegrass Allstars, a Cincinnati band.         tures of Superman,” “Showtime’s Aspen        joyfully capturing on film the earliest
which is part of the German romantic op-          Wolfersberger has performed with            Comedy Special” and “Grounded For            stages of the journey of humanity that
era movement.                                  bluegrass performer Katie Laur and             Life.”                                       are at once unique and universal to us
   As a contrast to the overture, the Or-      sings with the renowned MUSE Choir of              His latest work is a one-man show and    all.
chestra will perform the Spanish Dance         Cincinnati.                                    tell called “The Wonder Bread Years.” It
No. 1 from La Vida Breve by the Spanish           Wild Carrot has recently been               aired on PBS and he was referred to as
composer Manuel de Falla. Like most of         chosen twice as the only U.S. Folk Act         “America’s foremost pop culture anthro-      The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
de Falla’s music, it is directly inspired by   to tour Chile, South America, as the           pologist.” The show is currently on tour                          (PG) 111 min.
the gypsy folklore of Andalucia.               U.S. State Department’s “Folk Music            across the U.S. and is receiving rave re-                         Aug 12-18
   Peter Tchaikovsky’s famous Over-            Ambassadors.” While there, they toured         views.                                                            Daily Times:
ture fantasy, “Romeo and Juliet” will          the coast, playing in festivals, concerts          An Evening with Larry Miller & Pat                            3:30 p.m., 8 p.m.
complete the program. Based on Shake-          and master classes.                            Hazell is a family-friendly performance
speare’s famous tragedy, the overture             This show is sponsored by the “Artists      featuring a comedy routine by Hazell                              Balthazar Blake
contains some of Tchaikovsky’s most fa-        on Tour” program of the Ohio Arts              to open the show. Miller will then offer                          (Nicolas Cage) is
mous and romantic melodies.                    Council.                                       witty reflections about life.                                     a master sorcerer
                                                                                                                                                                in     modern-day
                                                                                                                                           Manhattan trying to defend the
                                                                                                                                           city from his arch-nemesis, Maxim
                                                                                                                                           Horvath (Alfred Molina). Balthazar
                                                                                                                                           recruits Dave Stutler (Jay Baruchel),
                                                                                                                                           a seemingly average guy who
                                                                                                                                           demonstrates hidden potential, as his
                                                                                                                                           reluctant protégé. The sorcerer gives
                                                                                                                                           his unwilling accomplice a crash
                                                                                                                                           course in the art and science of magic.
                                                                                                                                           Together, these unlikely partners work
                                                                                                                                           to stop the forces of darkness. It will
                                                                                                                                           take all the courage Stutler can muster
                                                                                                                                           to survive his training, save the city
                                                                                                                                           and get the girl.
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                                                                                                                                                                              recently published Lakeside Heritage So-
                         SHOWCASE, continued from p. 1                                                                                                                        ciety book and was renovated in 1986 by
                                            the Carles have preserved several special
                                                                                                                                                                              Mark and Barbara McGregor.
                                            signs of previous owners and renters, in-
                                                                                                                                                                                 The Geisheimers were instantly drawn
                                            cluding the Galleher family sign on the
                                                                                                                                                                              to numerous special details in the home,
                                            front porch, as well as the brothers’ signa-
                                                                                                                                                                              including the three-seasons room with
                                            tures penciled on a closet wall when the
                                                                                                                                                                              slate floor and captain’s loft, as well as
                                            cottage was completed, and the initials of
                                                                                                                                                                              a spacious yard for grandchildren, which
                                            lovers within a heart carved into one of
                                                                                                                                                                              now features new flowerbeds and a re-
                                            the bedroom doors.
                                                                                                                                 Kurt Geisheimer                              built native stone wall on the north prop-
                                                Painted signatures on the walls in the
                                                                                                                                 “Bethel Barn Retreat”                        erty line.
Mark and Suzanne Carle                      garage are a reminder of fellow Lake-
                                                                                                                                  541 Laurel Ave.                                Their cottage is called the “Bethel
“Second Chance”                             siders who helped rebuild them several
                                                                                                                                                                              Barn Retreat” and is dedicated for rest,
202 Lynn Ave.                               years ago.
                                                                                                                                    Kurt’s late wife, Gloria, spent her       renewal and new-found salvation for
                                                Mark’s craftsmanship is also reflected
                                                                                                                                 summers in Lakeside during high school       family and friends. As the family settled
   Mark Carle, a third-generation Lake- in numerous recent upgrades to the kitch-
                                                                                                                                 with the Lima District youth. Later in       in, they added a massive dining room
sider, has been coming to Lakeside since en including custom cabinets, lead glass
                                                                                                                                 the 1970s and 1980s, they occasionally       table that seats 10, which has become a
the 1940s. He first introduced his wife, windows and a refinished wooden hutch,
                                                                                                                                 brought their sons, Jon and Shane, to        central fixture for gatherings of family
Suzanne, to Lakeside when they began which was separated for an increase in
                                                                                                                                 Lakeside for picnics. Naturally, when the    and friends.
dating six years ago.                       counter space.
                                                                                                                                 time came for the Geisheimers to look for       Gloria who was a piano teacher, incor-
   Their cottage, a classic turn-of-the-        “Like many old cottages, it is a con-
                                                                                                                                 a summer home, Lakeside was their first      porated musical themes in the home’s dé-
century Craftsman-period bungalow, built stant work in progress,” the couple said.
                                                                                                                                 choice and they bought their cottage in      cor and her collection of Steiff and other
in 1911 by L.K. Galleher, was a longtime “Our renovation and decorating goals are
                                                                                                                                 2005.                                        teddy bears.
rental before becoming a summer home to combine modern comforts within the
                                                                                                                                    The original structure was a two-story       Kurt is CFO for an auto parts manu-
for the Carle family for the past 25 years. reflections of the years gone by.”
                                                                                                                                 plumbing and carpenter shop constructed      facturer in Maumee, Ohio, and will be
Mark and Suzanne, along with their cat          Their appreciation for antiques is
                                                                                                                                 by the Lakeside Association around 1915.     making the “Bethel Barn Retreat” his
Charlie, enjoy summer visits from family, readily apparent with family items from
                                                                                                                                 The restored cottage was included in the     permanent home within the next year.
including six children and an ever-grow- six generations, numerous family photos
ing number of grandchildren.                (many taken in Lakeside) and Suzanne’s                                                                                            Hoover Auditorium where, most nights,
   When the Carle family first walked collection of small antique pitchers.                                                                                                   strains of music from the performances
through their Lakeside cottage, which           Consistent with the arts and crafts                                                                                           drift across the street and into the house.
is now named, “Second Chance,” it was style and philosophy, the home features                                                                                                 Each of the six guest rooms is named for
clear that the house had much potential, their own handiwork, including artwork,                                                                                              a classical piece.
although it would require substantial ren- woodwork and furniture.                                                                                                                After purchasing the house, the Pierc-
ovation.                                        Outside, the cottage is surrounded                                                                                            es worked tirelessly the first winter reno-
   They were first attracted to the invit- on three sides by perennial, annual and                                                                                            vating the entire structure with help and
ing open feeling of the first floor; they herb gardens. They have been a labor of                                                                                             encouragement from family and friends.
knew it would be a great house to raise love to rebuild since the house was lifted                                                                                                Gary’s experience with his business,
their children.                             for foundation work in 2004, which de-                                               Evening Song Cottage Bed & Breakfast         Pierce Floor Design, helped provide the
   Throughout the years and renovations stroyed all previous landscaping efforts.                                                Proprietors: Gary and Carole Pierce          skills needed to complete the project.
                                                                                                                                 310 Walnut Ave.                              Bathrooms were added, ceilings raised, a
                            Magnets Books Looms Toys Cars Lanyards Marshmallow Shooters Socks                                                                                 wall removed, floors refinished, and walls
Crafts Novelties Notepads




                                                                                                    Incense Outdoor Games CD's




                                                                                                                                     Evening Song Cottage Bed & Break-        tiled, wallpapered, and painted.

                             The Silly Goose                                                                                     fast has been a guest house in Lakeside
                                                                                                                                 since its earliest records, which date
                                                                                                                                 back to 1883. Once part of what are now
                                                                                                                                                                                  Carole, a second grade teacher in
                                                                                                                                                                              Cleveland, drove out to spend weekends
                                                                                                                                                                              decorating each room as it was complet-
                                  202 Walnut Avenue                                                                              “Same Time Next Year” condos, the cot-       ed with heirlooms, antiques, garage sale
                                                                                                                                 tage was purchased by proprietors, Gary      finds and other treasures.
                                    Lakeside, Ohio                                                                               and Carole Pierce in fall 2007 from Mar-         The Pierces have been cottage owners
                                    Mon - Sat 10-8: Sunday 12-8                                                                  vin and Edith Rothenbuhler who had run       at Lakeside for about seven years. In the
                                                                                                                                 it under the name “Rothenbuhler’s Guest      summer they reside on the third floor of
                            Stuffed Animals Puzzles Balloons Miniatures Pet T-Shirts & Pet Treats                                House.”                                      “Morning Song Cottage” on the corner of
                                                                                                                                     Gary and Carole had long wanted to       Lynn and Second. Their winter home is
                                                                                                                                 open a bed & breakfast and their vision      Euclid, Ohio, but they spend many week-
                                                                                                                                 was to create a peaceful place for people    ends at Lakeside during the off-season.
                                                                                                                                 to come away and rest, meet new friends          Interestingly enough, the first time
                                                                                                                                 and leave refreshed.                         they visited Lakeside, about 12 years ago,
                                                                                                                                     The new name became Evening Song         the couple stayed at the bed & breakfast
                                                                                                                                 Cottage to reflect the home’s proximity to   they now own.




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                                            hasn’t changed.”                             Room.
                                               The Jennings realized two years ago
                                            that the cottage, built in 1920, was in
                                                                                             “Almost everything in the cottage
                                                                                         has sentimental value for us,” Janet
                                                                                                                                       Final “State of Lakeside”
                                            need of major restoration in order to last   said, referencing several items which          address to be delivered
                                            the next century. They hired architect       had been there the first summer includ-
                                            Dennis Feltner and Schaefer Builders         ing two armoires, a Chippendale mirror,            Lakeside Association President/CEO
                                            because they understand and respect          a coal bucket and a green high chair.          Kevin Sibbring, in his 2010 State of
                                            old, Lakeside cottages.                          On a wall in the front hangs a             Lakeside address on July 14 and 27, re-
                                               After five months of construction,        50-year-old quilt made by two elderly          ported on the financial picture and future
The Rev. Irwin and Janet Jennings           the cottage looked the same from the         sisters in Reynolds, Ind., where Irwin         strategies of the Lakeside Association.
442 Laurel Ave.                             street but much of the cottages interior     served a student pastorate. It was a wed-          One more presentation will be held
                                            had been completely rebuilt. The cot-        ding gift in 1960.                             at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 8. in the
   Irwin and Janet Jennings began com-      tage now has a large kitchen, improved           The Jennings inherited Irwin’s grand-      Hotel Lakeside Fern Room.
ing to Lakeside each June with the East     storage, a new stairway, upstairs bath,      parent’s iron and brass bed in which his           The presentation began by placing
Ohio Conference just a few years before     bedroom and study. With the addition         father had been born. It is now in the         Lakeside in context compared to the
he was ordained by The United Meth-         of a heating and cooling system, the cot-    upstairs with Irwin’s grandparents’ wed-       remaining Chautauqua communities
odist Church in 1962 in Hoover Audi-        tage can now be used all year long.          ding certificate dated 1903.                   across the United States.
torium. After having rented cottages in        Although the reconstruction inside            “What matters to us most is not the            Sibbring reviewed Lakeside as a
several locations, on Labor Day Week-       had been extensive, several original fea-    house itself, but the events that have tak-    non-profit charitable institution and ex-
end in 1973 they bought their cottage       tures were preserved, including the red      en place in it,” the Jennings said. “We        plained the Chautauqua program costs
on Laurel Avenue. They had considered       brick chimney with functional wood-          prize a table lamp in the living room be-      and attendance at annual religious, edu-
three Lakeside cottages before buying       burning fireplace, the front door and        cause our granddaughter bought it at a         cational, cultural arts and recreational
442 Laurel Ave., but liked the central      hardware, the claw foot tub in the down-     yard sale for $2.50 when she was about         programs.
location and the fact that it came packed   stairs bathroom and refinished red pine      six.”                                              He outlined annual revenues and
with furniture.                             floors, which had been discovered under          For nearly 35 years the cottage was a      expenses, including employment statis-
   Their daughters spent summers            layers of porch paint. Other decorative      rental with many families who returned         tics and costs related to management of
working at the dock and Abigail’s.          features were designed to resemble           year after year, some leaving touching         guest services and the five foremost stra-
   “Because we have lived in nine par-      originals. The crank-out awnings in the      thank you notes for the couple. “It’s          tegic goals of Lakeside.
sonages, Lakeside has always symbol-        upstairs resemble the old wooden prop-       humbling and gratifying to know our                Sibbring highlighted some significant
ized stability for our family members,”     outs and the new stairway was modeled        cottage means almost as much to others         challenges, including the need to main-
Janet reflected, “the one address that      after the one in the former Abigail Tea      as it does to us,” the Jennings said.          tain the aging 47 structures and 9.4 miles
                                                                                                                                        of roads owned by the Association.
                                            niversary, Lakeside’s feature location on    run the Hotel Lakeside dining services             He also summarized the importance
                                            the Candlelight Symphony Showcase            as well as all Lakeside-catered events.        of philanthropy and how the Lakeside
                                            tour will be the Hotel Lakeside Dining          The Dining Room offers a relaxed,           Fund bridges the gap between annual
                                            Room and Café.                               family-friendly atmosphere with a menu         revenues and expenses.
                                               This will be the final location on the    that features healthy, quality food at af-         “This is the most realistic presenta-
                                            tour and will include light refreshments     fordable prices, along with excellent          tion I have heard about Lakeside in over
                                            available at 9:15 p.m. for ticket holders.   desserts. Reservations may be made by          60 years,” commented attendee Dick
                                               The Lakeside Association, in partner-     contacting (419) 798-4461, ext. 257.           Klaus.
                                            ship with Black Tie Catering, reopened          Lunch and Dinner are served from                “They didn’t have anything to hide
Hotel Lakeside                              the Dining Room for lunch and dinner         11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5-8 p.m., Monday-           or edit. Lakeside has never looked so
150 Maple Ave.                              service on May 17.                           Saturday.                                      great in the last 60 years that I have been
                                               Black Tie Catering is owned and op-          On Sundays, a brunch buffet is of-          here.”
   In honor Hotel Lakeside’s 135th An-      erated by Jason and April Platfoot who       fered from 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.                       Lakeside Chautauqua Foundation
                                                                                                                                        Board Chair, Randy Snow explained,
                                            Financial Planning + Generosity Seminar Series                                              “It is important for individuals to un-
                                                                                                                                        derstand the needs of the Chautauqua
                                                                                                                                        program, the maintenance and care for
                                              Riskology with Mike Neil, Financial Advisor for Edward Jones                              the many structures, as well as the ongo-
                                                                                                                                        ing need to generate additional funds to
                                                  3:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 9 in the Fountain Inn Aigler Room                           properly maintain those buildings.”


                                                                                                                                                           No
                                                                                                                                                       Littering!
                                                                                                                                               Help keep Lakeside
                                                                                                                                                clean by using the
                                                                                                                                              trash receptacles and
                                                                                                                                                  recycling bins.
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                                                                                                 Cast-On Techniques with Dena Rowe               From Zero to Juggling in Two Hours
                          Rhein Center 101                                                       Wed., 9:30-11:30 a.m.                           with Skip Gain
                                                                                                 Join this expert knitter in exploring several   Mon., Tues., Wed. or Thurs.,
     Lakeside has a hidden gem on the corner of Walnut Avenue and Sixth Street, the
                                                                                                 cast-on techniques. For intermediate            9:30-11:30 a.m.
 C. Kirk Rhein, Jr. Center for the Living Arts, which is housed in historic Epworth
                                                                                                 knitters.                                       Learn how to juggle three bean bags.
 Lodge. Arts programming in this wonderful open space began in 1999, the result                  Cost: $5                      Age: 10+          Students receive their own bean bag set to
 of a generous gift from the Rhein family and their friends in memory of their son,                                                              take home.
 Kirk. The Rhein Center provides classes in fine arts and crafts for Lakesiders of               Crocheted Scrubbies with Dee                    Cost: $7                   Age: 8+
 all ages.                                                                                       Hefner
     Classes are taught by volunteer artists/teachers who share their time and talents           Tues. or Wed., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                  Hand Weaving with Lee Ann Eyre
 with those in Lakeside. Every week brings different classes, depending on the                   Learn basic crochet while you create a dish     Mon.-Fri., 12:30 -2:30 p.m. or
 teachers who are available. Students might find quilting, stained glass or easel art.           and pot scrubber.                               3:30-5:30 p.m.
 You will always find rock painting, a time-honored Lakeside tradition. There are                Cost: $3                    Age: 13+            Participate in a variety of table top and
 classes for children and adults. Some classes last two hours, others are held two                                                               hands-on activities. Five-day class.
 hours every day for an entire week. The variety is wide and the opportunities are               Cute & Easy Earrings with Alyssa                Cost: $15                    Age: 7-12
 many.                                                                                           Schottenstein
     Pre-registration for classes is required at the Rhein Center Open House and sign-           Mon.-Wed., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                      Hemp Jewelry with Jessie Rowe and
 up on Sunday from 1-3 p.m. Results of the registration lottery are available from               Enjoy an afternoon of beading on the back       Ruth Holden
 5-7 p.m. on Sunday. Additional sign-ups are available on Monday as remaining                    patio and make two pairs of earrings.           Mon., Wed. or Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
 space permits.                                                                                  Cost: $5                    Age: 10+            Design and complete a beaded hemp
     Review the extensive schedule. Then, come by on Sunday afternoon to sign up                                                                 necklace.
                                                                                                 Decoupage Candle Lights with                    Cost: $3                  Age: 10+
 and join the fun.
                                                                                                 Ginger Leonard

Create with the Artists
                                                                                                 Tues., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                          Hemp Jewelry with Katie Foy
                                                                                                 Create luminous candle shelters using           Thurs., 3:30-5:30 p.m.
       PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL CLASSES.                                             colorful papers and glass globes.               Weave a necklace, bracelet or anklet using
                                                                                                 Cost: $5                     Age: 8+            hemp, beads and shells. Or bring your own
3-D Purses with Donna Laipply                   Beautiful Cards with Jan Dwyer
                                                                                                                                                 pendant to enhance.
Tues. & Wed., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                   Tues., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
                                                                                                 Digital Photography with Randal                 Cost: $4                   Age: 12+
Create two bags that look like purses, one      Create wonderful cards while learning the
                                                                                                 Levenson
a gift bag, the other a gift card. Two-day      steps for stamping and layering.
                                                                                                 Wed.-Fri., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                      Intermediate Violin with Mary Arnett
class.                                          Cost: $5                    Age: 8+
                                                                                                 Expand your knowledge of your own               Mon.-Fri., 1:45-2:30 p.m.
Cost: $10                    Age: 14+
                                                                                                 digital camera and refine your photography      Advance to the next step of learning the
                                                Beginning Calligraphy for Kids with
                                                                                                 skills with this experienced professional       violin. Five-day class.
Advanced Fused Glass Jewelry with               Mary Arnett
                                                                                                 photographer. Bring your own camera,            Cost: $15                 Age: 7+
Ruth App                                        Tues. or Thurs., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
                                                                                                 images and laptop. Three-day class.
Wed., 12:30-2:30                                Try your hand at the art of beautiful
                                                                                                 Cost: $10                   Age: 14+            Kanzashi Fabric Flowers with Mary
Broaden your fused glass skills with this       penmanship
                                                                                                                                                 Arnett
talented glass artist. Must have previous       Cost: $4                  Age: 9-16
                                                                                                 Double Knitting with Dena Rowe                  Wed., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
fused glass experience. Create jewelry on
                                                                                                 Thurs., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                         Make a fabric flower to embellish a purse,
Wednesday and pick-up fired pieces on           Beginning Calligraphy with Mary
                                                                                                 Expand your knitting skills with double         shirt or package.
Friday afternoon.                               Arnett
                                                                                                 knitting.                                       Cost: $3                  Age: 10+
Cost: $40                   Age: 16+            Mon. or Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
                                                                                                 Cost: $9                  Age: 10+
                                                Learn a different alphabet every day
                                                                                                                                                 Kids Crafts with Edie Blough
Adventures in Art Conservation with             Cost: $4                     Age: 14+
                                                                                                 Drawing Intensive with Geddes                   Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. or Fri., 9:30-
Rusty Levenson
                                                                                                 Levenson                                        11:30 a.m.
Thurs. & Fri., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                  Beginning Drumming for Lakesiders
                                                                                                 Mon.-Fri., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                      Color wooden stand-up figures and decorate
On Tuesday, Rusty will speak to the             with Betsy Jackson and Mike Barker
                                                                                                 Draw using charcoal and pencils. Five-day       a take-home bag. Mon.: Princesses, Tues.:
class about her book, “Seeing through           Mon.-Thurs., 12:30-2:30 p.m.
                                                                                                 class.                                          Pirates, Wed.: Cheerleaders, Thurs.:
Paintings,” which discusses materials and       Learn basic samba reggae rhythms through
                                                                                                 Cost: $25                 Age: 12+              Fashion Friends, Fri.: Princesses.
techniques of painting to make art historical   listening and playing. Participate in a multi-
                                                                                                                                                 Cost: $4                    Age: 4+
assessments. Two-day class.                     part drumming group. Parade performance
                                                                                                 Drawing with Pastels with Joan
Cost: $10                   Age: 12+            after class on Thursday. Each participant
                                                                                                 Garverick                                       Knitting on the Porch with Dena
                                                receives drum sticks. Four-day class.
                                                                                                 Mon. & Tues., 3:30-5:30 p.m.                    Rowe
Adventures with Art with Bev                    Cost: $17                     Age: 10+
                                                                                                 Discover the wonders of pastels with this       Thurs., 6-8 p.m.
Bartczak and Joan Price
                                                                                                 talented Lakesider. Two-day class.              Bring your own knitting or crochet project
Mon.-Thurs., 9:30-11:30 a.m. or                 Beginning Fused Glass Jewelry with
                                                                                                 Cost: $10                  Age: 11+             and enjoy the relaxed porch atmosphere.
11 a.m.-noon                                    Ruth App
                                                                                                                                                 Cost: Free                  Age: 10+
Explore various art forms using children’s      Wed., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
                                                                                                 Duct Tape Purses with Donna Laipply
literature, drama and other art activities.     Explore the possibilities of fused glass
                                                                                                 Fri., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                           Lake Erie in a Bottle with Donna
Four-day class.                                 jewelry. Complete several pieces. Pick-up
                                                                                                 Begin round two of duct tape purse making       Laipply
Cost: $12                  Age: 3-6             finished pieces Friday afternoon.
                                                                                                 with the Queen of duct tape.                    Tues., 3:30-4:30 p.m.
                                                Cost: $30                    Age: 16+
                                                                                                 Cost: $7                     Age: 10+           Reuse a water bottle and create Lake Erie
Art Play Station
                                                                                                                                                 in a bottle. A lesson on Reduce, Reuse,
Thurs., 10-11:30 a.m.                           Beginning Violin with Mary Arnett
                                                                                                 Duct Tape Roses with John Holden                Recycle will be included. Bring a helpful
                                                Mon.-Fri., 12:30-1:45 p.m.
                                                                                                 Mon. or Wed., 9:30-11:30 a.m. or 12:30-         adult.
Artist Clipboards with Donna Laipply            Play the violin, learn posture, bow hold,
                                                                                                 2:30 p.m.                                       Cost: $4                   Age: 6-8
Mon., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                           finger placement and a few sheet songs.
                                                                                                 Use colored duct tape and floral wire to
Turn a clipboard into a work of art.            Requires an adult. Five-day class.
                                                                                                 create a beautiful rose.                        Lakeside Critters with Juliann
Cost: $7                    Age: 12+            Cost: $15                   Age: 6-10
                                                                                                 Cost: $6                 Age: 10+               Breting Rohn
                                                                                                                                                 Tues. & Thurs., 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Beaded Bracelet with Name with                  Binding Off Techniques with Dena
                                                                                                 Duct Tape Wallets by Donna Laipply              Build a diorama in clay after discussing the
Janet Banner                                    Rowe
                                                                                                 Thurs., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                         animals living in Lakeside. Two-day class.
Mon., 9:30-11:30 a.m.                           Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
                                                                                                 Create a wallet from duct tape using a          Cost: $4                     Age: 8+
Make a bracelet using alphabet beads with       Learn several methods for binding off your
                                                                                                 variety of colors.
elastic or beading wire.                        finished knitting – for intermediate knitters.
                                                                                                 Cost: $6                 Age: 10+               Lakeside Daisy Crochet Hat with
Cost: $7                   Age: 6-16            Cost: $5                      Age: 10+
                                                                                                                                                 Dena Rowe
                                                                                                 Easel Art                                       Thurs., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Beaded Lizard Pin with Janet Banner             Card Making with Janet Banner
                                                                                                 Tues., 10-11:30 a.m.                            Crochet a cute daisy hat.
Tues., 9:30-11:30 a.m.                          Thurs., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
                                                                                                                                                 Cost: $6                  Age: 10+
Create and decorate a lizard pin using an       Create three cards and one bookmark using
                                                                                                 Favorite Fun Songs with Rita Jones              Please arrive promptly for classes.
array of beads.                                 pressed flowers.
                                                                                                 Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m. or 12:30-2:30 p.m.        A paid space will be held for 15 minutes
Cost: $7                   Age: 6+              Cost: $5                    Age: 12+
                                                                                                 Learn some of those songs “everyone”
                                                                                                                                                 after the start of a class. After that, the
Can you help?                                                                                    plays on the piano. This will be a fun class
                                                 Please note:                                                                                    space will be given away. If delayed,
                                                                                                 of learning and playing duets.
The Rhein Center is collecting clean,            Children ages seven and under must al-                                                          call the Rhein Center at (419) 798-4461,
                                                                                                 Cost: $5                    Age:         8+
aluminum pie tins for a future class.            ways bring a helpful adult.                                                                     ext. 276 so that the spot can be held.
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Lakeside Treasure Can with Donna
Laipply
                                               Paint Your Own Ceramics/Mommy &
                                               Me with Amy Turinsky
                                                                                               Sand Candle with Brian Hewitt
                                                                                               Wed., 12:30-2:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                             The history of
Wed., 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Reuse a large storage can and turn it into
                                               Mon., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
                                               Paint a dinner plate using your child’s
                                                                                               Design up to four unique candles,
                                                                                               embellished with shells. Sand will be used
                                                                                                                                             Epworth Lodge
your very own treasure. A lesson on            handprint to make a chicken design. Finish      as the molding material.                      By Pat Castanaras
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle will be included.       with texture paint and a cute saying.           Cost: $4                    Age: 8+           Administrative Assistant
Bring a helpful adult.                         Cost: $20                    Age: 1-10
Cost: $4                   Age: 6-8            Tues., 9:30-11:30 a.m.                          Scrappy Quilt with MaryAnn Kelmer                 The Epworth League was created in
                                               Paint a mug using your child’s handprint to     Mon.-Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m.                    1889 in Cleveland, Ohio, as a youth order
Learn to Crochet with Dena Rowe                make a butterfly design. Finish with texture    Complete a scrappy quilt in one week using    of the Methodist Episcopal Church (now,
Mon., 9:30-11:30 a.m. or Tues.,                paint and a cute saying.                        raw edge construction. No prior quilting      The United Methodist Church). In 1890,
12:30-2:30 p.m.                                Cost: $18                    Age: 1-10          experience necessary, but sewing machine      local churches began organizing youth in
Start crochet from the beginning with this                                                     skills are recommended. Five-day class.       Epworth Leagues. The name “Epworth”
experienced fiber artist.                      Papier Mache Bird House with Chris              Cost: $30                   Age:15+           comes from the name of John Wesley’s
Cost: $6                   Age: 10+            Pohly                                                                                         hometown. The fifth Lakeside Epworth
                                               Mon.-Fri., 9:30-11:30 p.m.                      Story and Art with Juliann Breting            League Institute Building Committee
Learn to Knit with Dena Rowe                   Build a papier mache bird house while           Rohn                                          provided a place for lectures, chapel exer-
Mon., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                          getting messy and having fun. Five-day          Thurs., 3:30-4:30 p.m.                        cises, recreation and echo services.
Get a great start with knitting in this one-   class.                                          Listen to the story, “The Grouchy Ladybug,”
                                                                                                                                                 Built in 1916 for $5,000, the Epworth
day class.                                     Cost: $5                  Age: 8+               by Eric Carle. Then, paint a rock to look
                                                                                                                                             League Lodge was designed as a head-
Cost: $7                     Age: 10+                                                          like a ladybug.
                                                                                                                                             quarters building and dining hall for the
                                               Poetry with Lynn Mary Haney                     Cost: $1                      Age: 3+
Learn to Play Piano with Rita Jones            Tues.-Thurs., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                                                                 Epworth League Institute. It was dedi-
Mon & Tues. or Wed. & Thurs., 9:30-            Discover your inner poet. Includes              Swing Dancing with Jessie Rowe                cated the week of Aug. 4-10, 1916. The
11:30 a.m. or 12:30-2:30 p.m.                  language devices such as metaphor and           and Ruth Holden                               porches were added in 1921.
Learn the first steps to playing piano. Two-   onomatopoeia and styles such as haiku and       Mon., Wed., & Fri., 3:30-5:30 p.m.                My parents, Les and Pearle Cun-
day class.                                     sonnets. Three-day class.                       Learn the basics of swing dancing in three    nigham, met while attending Epworth
Cost: $6                      Age: 8-12        Cost: $6                   Age: 12+             consecutive lessons. No partner needed.       League meetings in Cleveland. My father
                                                                                               Three-day class.                              proposed to my mother in Lakeside while
Learn to Play Sudoku with Roger                Polymer Clay Jewelry with Janet                 Cost: Free                 Age: 12+           attending an Epworth League Institute.
Haymond                                        Banner                                                                                        As Dean of the Cleveland District Ep-
Mon. & Tues., 3:30-5:30 p.m., (Age: 8-12)      Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m.                           Ugly Jugs with Tom Edwards                    worth Institute, my father would allow
Wed.-Fri., 3:30-5:30 p.m., (Age: 13+)          Create a beautiful pendant by working with      Mon. & Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m.                  my three sisters and me to join the large
Learn the basic skills of the numbers game     clay.                                           Create your own ceramic “ugly jug,” an art    group in the dining hall for dinner. The
Sudoku. Its principle of deductive reasoning   Cost: $10                   Age: 12+            form born in the mid 19th century South       requirement to join them was to sing for
is a fun challenge. Improves basic math                                                        Carolina antebellum slavery period. Two-      our supper, hence our debut of “Eency
skills for children and keeps adult minds      Pressed Flowers with Janet Banner               day class.                                    Weency Spider.”
active. Two or three-day class.                Tues., 9:30-11:30 a.m.                          Cost: $8                  Age: 12+                In 1962, Wesley Lodge was built to ac-
Cost: $2                                       Learn which flowers press best. Take home
                                                                                                                                             commodate the growing need for dining
                                               your own press.                                 Watercolor Workshop with Neil
                                                                                                                                             services. As a result, the Epworth League
No Sew Fleece Pillows with Ginger              Cost: $8                   Age: 12+             Glaser
                                                                                                                                             Lodge was closed and fell into disrepair.
Leonard                                                                                        Mon., 3:30-6 p.m.
Mon., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                          Recycle Crochet Bag with Dena                   Join this well-known Lakeside painter in an       The C. Kirk Rhein, Jr. Center for the
Cutting, knotting and stuffing will lead to    Rowe                                            intensive watercolor workshop for painters    Living Arts grew out of the desire of
a beautiful soft pillow with lots of fabric    Tues., 9:30-11:30 a.m. or                       with some experience.                         Lakeside family, Clyde and Sittie Rhein,
choices.                                       Wed., 12:30-2:30 p.m.                           Cost: $10                  Age: 16+           to invest memorial gifts given in memory
Cost: $9                    Age: 9+            Reuse and recycle plastic bags to create this                                                 of their son, Kirk, who was a crash victim
                                               cool bag.                                                                                     from TWA Flight 800. Their gifts began
Paint a Greek Pot with Rusty
Levenson
                                               Cost: $4                    Age: 10+
                                                                                                 Rhein Center                                the renovation of Epworth Lodge, also
                                                                                                                                             known as the Rhein Center, and a portion
Wed., 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Use Greek design as inspiration to create a
                                               Rock Painting on the Porch
                                               Tues. or Thurs., 1-2 p.m., 2-3 p.m., or          upcoming event                               was used as seed money for an operation-
                                                                                                                                             al budget. That living memorial continues
lovely flower pot.                             3-4 p.m., or Fri., 10-11 a.m. or                 Wednesday,	Aug.	11                           to support the efforts of the Rhein Center.
Cost: $3                     Age: 8+           11 a.m.-noon                                     11 a.m.-1 p.m.                                   Last year, the Rhein Center served
	         	        	                           Join us for rock painting, a longtime               The Empty Bowls Hunger Aware-             more than 6,000 students through the di-
Paint and Decorate Your Own Dog                Lakeside tradition, on the porch at the          ness Meal will take place at Lakeside        rection of 311 volunteer teachers in a to-
House with Ginger Leonard                      Rhein Center. Bring your own rocks.                                                           tal of 793 classes. The administration at
                                                                                                United Methodist Church. All dona-
Tues., 9:30-11:30 a.m.                         Cost: $1 for 2 rocks       All ages                                                           the Rhein Center would not be possible
                                                                                                tions will go to support Bread for the
Pant and decorate your own mini dog house.
                                                                                                World and the Danbury Food Pantry.           without the assistance of our faithful vol-
Comes with a little stuffed puppy.
                                                                                                For more information, see page 4.            unteers, who gave more than 400 hours
Cost: $7                     Age: 8+
                                                                                                                                             last year.


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Kids Setting Sail Program
                                                 Weekly Kids’ Programs
   Kids ages 5-10 are invited to enjoy the wind in the sails with free Sunfish sailing       Story Time for Kids
adventures from 2:30-4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 12 at the beach. Volunteers from               The Lakeside Women’s Club offers story time for kids ages 4-10 at 9:30 a.m. on
the Society of Old Salts serve as skippers. Kids must be able to swim and life jackets       Saturdays at Green Gables Cottage, 161 Walnut Ave., behind Orchestra Hall.
are provided.
   Limited instructional rides are available for kids ages 11-16. Contact coordinator        Where in the World?
Bill Maenner at (856) 692-1245 or stop by 308 Maple Ave. for details. Full, weekly              Kids ages 7-10 are invited to join world travelers and teachers Beverly Bartczak
certified sailing instructions are available through the Lakeside Sailing Center for ages    and Joan Price to learn fun facts about people and places around the world. Each
10 and older.                                                                                visit to a country includes a story, interactive activity and take-home art project. This
                                                                                             program will meet 9-10 a.m. on Friday in the Upper Pavilion Room, above the dock
Kids’ Nature Program                                                                         entrance. Friday, Aug. 13 will be the last trip of the 2010 season, with Australia as the
   Kids in two age groups explore nature topics on Mondays. The Junior Naturalist            destination.
Program, for ages 9-12, meets from 9-10 a.m. on Monday. On Aug. 9, Mike Steward,
a naturalist with Clark County Parks, will talk about bats. Meet at the Train Station.       Fun with Music and Ring & Sing
   Fun with Nature, for ages 4-8, meets from 10-11 a.m. in the Fountain Inn Aigler              Music is the language sung around the world and especially in Lakeside. Young
Room on Monday, Aug. 9 for the final class of the 2010 season. The topic is trees,           people are invited to bring their friends and make new ones in Fun with Music and
with Gretchen S. Curtis, Lakeside Association’s director of education. The session will      Ring & Sing. Children ages 4-8 meet from 10:30-11:10 a.m. in Bradley Temple and
include a story and hands-on activity/art project.                                           those ages 8+ from 11:15 a.m.-noon, Tuesday-Thursday. Family and friends are invited
                                                                                             for a Friday performance of both groups at 11 a.m.
God Squad                                                                                       Sessions are led by Connie Dieterich, who teaches at the Cleveland Music School
   God Squad is the name of Lakeside’s faith-based children’s program. Sessions are          Settlement and earned her masters in music and her masters of education in music
held every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning at Bradley Temple on Cedar                education at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Avenue and Third Street. God Squad starts at 9 a.m. for children ages 4-6 and a second
session is held at 10 a.m. for children ages 7-9. God Squad is also held in conjunction      Pond Boat Building for Kids
with the 10:30 a.m. Sunday Hoover Worship Service. Children follow the parade from              Under the tent in Central Park, kids can build a pond boat. Designed to move
Hoover Auditorium to Bradley Temple.                                                         through the water, these boats provide lots of fun off the dock. Boats are tested at the
   God Squad is hosted by children’s singer-songwriter Chip Richter, his wife Mary           end of class, so prepare to get wet.
Beth and staff. Each session features live music, audience participation, age appropriate       For grades K-third, balloon-powered jet boat classes are offered from 9-10:30 a.m.
lessons, crafts, cookies and lemonade.                                                       or 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Tuesdays. On Thursdays, SuperSail pond boat classes for
                                                                                             fourth-sixth graders are offered 10:30 a.m.-noon or 1:30-3 p.m. Lakeside Wooden
Bicycle Safety Tips and Parade                                                               Boat Society sponsors these classes.
  Children ages 4-12 are invited to learn about basic bike safety at 11:15 a.m. on              Pre-registration is required. A $10 class fee is due at registration. Pre-register on the
Monday at Bradley Temple.                                                                    Rhein Center lawn from 1-3 p.m. on Sundays. If openings are available at class time,
  The bike safety class is followed by bike decorating and a parade throughout               walk-ins may register 15 minutes before class.
Lakeside.

                                         Weekly Youth and Teen Programs
Welcome Lakeside Teens                                                                       MGM (Middle Grade Ministries)
   There are many Lakeside stories of lifelong friendships that began on the shores of          Everyone knows F.R.U.I.T. is good for them. Is there any in your life? Kids ages
Lake Erie. Teens (ages 13-17) are invited to join the following events held throughout       9-14 are invited to join John and Bonnie Wilkie at MGM as we study this acronym
the week:                                                                                    and see what the Bible has to say about Forgiveness, Relationships, Understanding,
                                                                                             Integrity and Thankfulness.
Sunday - Teen Dock Hour - 8 p.m.
                                                                                                Students will also participate in relays and contests, which are more fun than Min-
   Meet other Lakeside Teens at Dockside for fun, food, fellowship and games. Get
                                                                                             ute to Win It. Meet in the Upper Room, above World Next Door on Second Street,
connected with others who are spending the week at Lakeside.
                                                                                             from 10-11:30 a.m. Monday-Thursday. There is candy to enjoy. Bring a friend.
Tuesday - Miniature Golf Under the Stars - 8:30 p.m.
    Enjoy a fast paced game of miniature golf, snacks and a devotion. What could be                                                       Get a free ice cream or
more fun that sharing it with a bunch of teenagers? Bring a friend (or two) to share share
in this spirited fun.                                                                                                                    mini-golf pass by delivering
Wednesday - Teen Night at Evening Praise - 7:15 p.m.                                                                                           the Lakesider.
  All Lakesiders are invited to participate in Evening Praise, held on the East Pavilion                                                         Saturday, 8:30 a.m.,
Deck. Music and message are designed to make the evening meaningful.
                                                                                                                                                  Association Office
Thursday - Ultimate Frisbee in the Field - 2 p.m.
   Friends and family are invited to meet at the field by the Williams Tennis Campus on                     For more information, call (419) 798-4461, ext. 287
Sixth Street for a fun-filled game of Ultimate Frisbee.


                                              The


                                             “Home Cooked” special feature each day from
                                                        5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

   MONDAY                     Pork & Kraut - Served With Red Skinned          ... $7.49
                              Mashed Potatoes - Salad - Roll & Butter

   TUESDAY                    Swiss Steak - Two Sides - Roll & Butter         ... $8.49

   WEDNESDAY                  Salmon Patties - Two Sides                      ... $7.49
                              Roll & Butter

   THURSDAY                   Meatloaf - Two Sides - Roll & Butter            ... $7.49

   FRIDAY                     Fish Fry (All You Care To Eat)                  ... $9.49
                              French Fries - Salad - Roll & Butter

   SATURDAY                  Two Cabbage Rolls - Two Sides                    ... $8.49
                             Roll & Butter

   SUNDAY                     Bob’s Homemade Chicken & Noodles                ... $6.49
                              Served Over Red Skinned Mashed Potatoes
                              Salad - Roll & Butter (Served 11AM - 8PM)
      Our hours are -7:00AM to 11:00PM                Doughnuts in the morning
            Open 7 days a week                        Ice Cream in the evening
              (419) 798-9144                            Chicken by the bucket
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          Heritage Hall and Archives                       the Fountain Inn Green Room. Also, the historic walk-
       Amanda Liske and Janet Stephenson                   ing tour of Central Lakeside will leave from Heritage
                                                           Hall at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday.
   August is a time for beaches and state parks. This         This week, David Glick will lead a tour of South
week Heritage Hall will be exhibiting Sandy Beach or       Lakeside at 10 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 9 from the old
East Harbor State Park, which is on the local driving      schoolhouse on Seventh Street. This tour, which re-
tour “The Eastern Marblehead Peninsula” by George          quires some walking on uneven surfaces, features the
McCormick. Rough copies of this tour may be obtained       schoolhouse, Stone Pillars at Sycamore Avenue, log
from the Lakeside Archives.                                cabins and Train Station.
   Several other options are available for those seek-        Heritage Hall is open from 10 a.m.-noon and 1-4:30
ing local history. Join Janet Stephenson, the Lakeside     p.m., Tuesday-Saturday and 1-4:30 p.m. Sunday.
Heritage Society’s Archivist, for “Music in Lakeside          The Archives is open from 9 a.m.-noon, Tuesday-
Before Cronquist and Dieterich” at 2 p.m. on Aug. 8 in     Saturday.


             Lakeside Women’s Club                         odist Church pastor and past executive director of the
                         Green Gables                      Lakeside Association, will review “The Next 100 Years:
                                                           A Forecast for the 21st Century” by George Friedman
    Tuesday Program: Martha Moody, MD, volun-              (2009). With a unique combination of cold-eyed real-
teer clinic medical director, novelist and Rhein Center    ism and boldly confident fortune-telling, Friedman pro-
teacher, has made several recent trips to the village of   vides concrete analyses to predict the future of Ameri-
Deir el Assad in Galilee, Israel, teaching children Eng-   ca. Guests are welcome. The book does not need to be
lish and staying with a Muslim family.                     read in advance.
    On Tuesday, Aug. 10, Moody will show photos and           Luncheon Reservations: Reservations and pay-
speak to members and guests about her cross-cultural       ment ($10) for the annual luncheon on Tuesday, Aug.
experiences in a presentation called “Headscarves and      17 at Wesley Lodge are due by Tuesday, Aug. 10. Fol-
Hope: Teaching and Learning in an Israeli-Arab Vil-        lowing the noon luncheon, the program will be a por-
lage.”                                                     trayal of Beatrix Potter by Stephanie Vetrone.
    The LWC business meeting begins at 1:30 p.m. If           Guests Welcome: Guests may attend Tuesday pro-
coming for the program only, arrive at 2:15 p.m..          grams and Friday book reviews at Green Gables Cot-
    Bridge: All women and men in Lakeside are invited      tage, 161 Walnut Ave.; the single event fee is $1.
to play bridge at Green Gables from 9:30 a.m.-noon on         Accommodations: Women visitors to Lakeside are
Wednesdays and from 1:30-4 p.m. on Thursdays.              invited to stay in one of the Green Gables’ four bed-
    Book Review: At 1:30 p.m. on Friday, The Rev. Dr.      rooms at reasonable rates; inquiries and reservations at
Bud Cox, retired East Ohio Conference United Meth-         (419) 798-4734.


      Lakeside Wooden Boat Society                            All rides are free. Reservations are to be made at
                           Phil Savage                     5 p.m. at the “Boat Rides” Booth near the entrance to
                                                           the Pavilion on a first-come, first-served basis. A $10
   Take a Sunday evening cruise in a classic Lyman         reservation deposit is required for each passenger and
boat (a legendary boat of Lake Erie), or on “Amaz-         will be refunded when boarding the boat. The deposit is
ing Grace,” the 1937 Richardson, a 32-foot vessel          non-refundable if a passenger fails to keep their reser-
christened at the Fifth Annual Lakeside Wooden Boat        vation. Each excursion lasts 30 minutes.
Show. “Scarlet,” a 26-foot Lyman will be captained by         Cruises must have at least four passengers on each
Frank Baker and “Amazing Grace” will be captained by       Lyman and six people on “Amazing Grace.” Cruises
Dwight Davis, instructor of LWBS. Other Lyman boats        begin promptly every 15 minutes from 6:30-7:45 p.m.
also may be scheduled.                                     from the “L” Dock.
   All boats will depart from the “L” dock with dock          One hour rides on other dates for a group of 4-6
hands to assist passengers. Rides begin at 6:30 p.m.       ($100) may be scheduled by calling Dwight Davis
each Sunday, weather permitting.                           (419) 684-9804.



                                                                                                                                        Artists-N-Cahoots is located
                                                                                                                                             at 222 Walnut Ave.
                                                                                                                                          Artists-N-Cahoots is the place to
                                                                                                                                          find original artwork and high-
                                                                                                                                        quality hand-crafted items produced
                                                                                                                                         by artists who volunteer and teach
                                                                                                                                          classes at the C. Kirk Rhein, Jr.
                                                                                                              Hours                     Center for the Living Arts, as well as
                                                                                              Mon.-Sat.:	          10	a.m.-5	p.m.
                                                                                              Sun.:	    	          11	a.m.-3	p.m.
                                                                                                                                                     other artists.



                                                   Lakeside Book! Memories of Lakeside
                                                                              Doin’ Nothin’ in Lakeside
                                                                               Great          Includes:
                                                                                Gift              The Lakeside Donut
                                                                                for               Sailing on a Sunfish
                                                                                                  The Rhein Center
                                                                               Lake-              July 4th Parade
                                                                               side               Light Up Lakeside
                   New this year                                              Lovers!             Closing Ceremonies
          Old-Fashioned Frozen Custard                                                            Lakeside Campgrounds
                                                                              Available           God Squad and Chip
            Expanded Waterfront Dining
                                                                                 at               Programs at Hoover
    The Same Favorites plus Some New Snack Items                                Miss              Bicycles and Golf Carts
                                                                              Mercedes            And More . . .
    Longer Hours with a DockSide After Dark Menu
                                                                                and
          Our Famous DockRunner Service                                       Marilyn’s        Photography and Design by Brenda Knipp

   Open Daily at Noon in the East Pavilion
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                                                                                                  Important Policies and Procedures

           Contact Information                               Bikes, Skateboards, Scooters & Skates                           Traffic & Parking
                                                                 To ensure the safety of pedestrians, these are forbidden    Second Street West Gate
                                                             to be used along the lakefront path, within the parks, on       The Second Street West Gate is open 6 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
 Lakeside Association Office:                                the Dock or Pavilion and within the Pedestrian Walkway          Monday-Saturday and noon-6 p.m. Sunday for all ticket
   General Number: (419) 798-4461                            between Second and Third Streets on Walnut Avenue, as           holders and is the only entrance for trucks.
   Toll Free: (866) 952-5374                                 well as the Business District between Maple and Central         No Parking Areas
   Fax: (419) 798-5033                                       Avenues from Fourth Street to the lakefront.                        •	 No automobile parking on Second Street from the
   236 Walnut Avenue, Lakeside, Ohio 43440                       Please remember to lock bikes and report missing                     East Gate to the West Gate, except for designated
 Security:                                                   items immediately. To avoid losing these items, mark                     handicapped and short-term parking between
   In an emergency, call 911.                                them with the name and phone number of the owner to aid                  Walnut and Maple Avenues and assigned parking
   Cell: (419) 635-6030                                      in a faster return.                                                      as posted.
 Extensions:                                                                                                                     •	 Drop off parking and spaces behind the Lakeside
                                                             Pets
   Admissions (Hoover Auditorium)                 265                                                                                 Laundromat are for laundry customers only.
                                                                Pets are to be on a leash or confined to the owner’s
   Cottage Rentals                                334/348                                                                        •	 No on-street parking on Sycamore Avenue from
                                                             premises at all times. Owners must clean up after their
   Golf Hut                                       296                                                                                 Second to Fifth Streets.
                                                             animals. Several “Mutt Mitt Dispensers” are located
   Group Sales                                    279                                                                            •	 No parking within 20 feet of intersections.
                                                             throughout Lakeside. Keep in mind, no pets are allowed
   Hotel Lakeside Front Desk                      250                                                                            •	 No parking on Third Street between Walnut and
                                                             on the Dock or in the Grindley Playground in Central Park.
   Fountain Inn Front Desk                        281                                                                                 Central Avenues.
   Lakesider Editor                               287        Trash & Recycling                                                   •	 Trailers are not allowed in Lakeside. They must
   Orchestra Hall                                 280           Place garbage on curb by 7 a.m. for trash pickup                      park off-site.
   Rhein Center (Epworth Lodge)                   276        Tuesdays and Fridays. Curbside recycling starts 7 a.m. on       Long-Term Designated Parking Areas
   Shuffleboard                                   269        Fridays. Recyclables, including glass and plastic bottles,          •	 South Gate Parking Lot
   Tennis                                         295        metal cans and newspapers may be taken to the green                 •	 Lakeside Schoolhouse off Maple Avenue
 Lake Erie Shores & Islands Welcome                          dumpster at the top of Maple Avenue, across from the                •	 Wesley Lodge
 Center (Visitors Bureau):                                   South Gate Parking Lot.                                             •	 Train Station
   General Number: (419) 734-4386                                                                                                •	 Water Plant Site (Laurel Avenue and Sixth Street)
                                                             Severe Weather Procedures
   Toll Free: (800) 441-1271                                                                                                     •	 Athletic Park (Sixth Street at Laurel and Plum)
                                                                In the case of threatening weather, please seek shelter
   770 SE Catawba Street, Route 53                                                                                               •	 Danbury High School (free parking, but cars
                                                             at the Central Park restrooms, Campground restrooms,
   Port Clinton, Ohio 43452                                                                                                           must be registered at Hoover Auditorium, off the
                                                             Wesley Lodge, Wo-Ho-Mis, Pavilion restrooms, Lower
   Monday-Friday                   8:30 a.m.-7 p.m.                                                                                   grounds, no shuttle service). Note: There will be
                                                             Pavilion Room, Sailing Center off the beach, Hoover rest-
   Saturday                        9 a.m.-7 p.m.                                                                                      construction in the North parking lot. Parking
                                                             rooms, Fountain Inn restrooms, lobby and hallways. If the
   Sunday                          10 a.m.-6 p.m.                                                                                     permitted near the fence by the football field.
                                                             emergency sirens sound, the Lakeside United Methodist
                                                                                                                             Short-Term Designated Parking (three hours or less)
                                                             Church will be open for shelter.
                        Hours                                                                                                    •	 Lot at Cedar Avenue and Third Street
                                                             Tobacco                                                             •	 Lot at Central Avenue and Fourth Street (non-
Lakeside Association Office
                                                               In 2009, the Lakeside Association implemented a                        reserved spots only)
  Monday-Friday                        8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  Saturday                             9 a.m.-1 p.m.
                                                             No Smoking Policy for its full-time and seasonal em-                •	 Outside Fifth Street Gate (free)
                                                             ployees. Smoking is prohibited in all public spaces,            Please be considerate of cottage owners by not parking
Hoover Ticket Office                                         including entrances of all Lakeside-owned buildings             on their grass and/or landscaped yards, and respect all
  Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., 7:30-8:30 p.m.
                                                             and surrounding areas.                                          reserved parking spaces.
  Sunday                          2-4 p.m.
Shuttle
  Daily                                7 a.m.-11 p.m.
                                                                                              Frequently Asked Questions
                                                             Where can I receive emergency medical care,                    Where do I return my library books?
Mack Mobile                                                  as well as minor treatment for injuries and                       Library books from the Lakeside Methodist Church
   Daily                               7 a.m.-11 p.m.        illnesses?
The Mack Mobile, donated in memory of Franklin and                                                                          Library, the Lakeside Women’s Club Library and the
Helen Mack, accommodates residents and guests who                Emergency medical care is available at Magruder            Port Clinton Ida Rupp Library may be returned to the
need door-to-door assistance. Call (419) 341-8247 to reach   Hospital. Magruder Hospital is located at 615 Fulton           library drop box in the parking lot at Central Avenue
the Mack Mobile driver.                                      Street in Port Clinton, which is approximately a               and Fourth Street.
Quiet Hours                                                  15-minute drive from Lakeside. A NOMS Healthcare
                                                             Urgent Care Center is also available in Sandusky at            Where is the prayer board?
Noise or conduct of any kind that might disturb sleep is
not permitted in Lakeside between the hours of 11 p.m.-      2500 W. Strub Rd. Call (419) 502-5911 for information.             The prayer board is located in the Walnut Avenue
8 a.m. Sunday-Friday and 11:30 p.m. (Saturday)-noon                                                                         courtyard next to the Lakeside Association Office and
                                                             Where are the public restrooms?                                is available to receive prayer requests, which are lifted
(Sunday).
                                                                Public restrooms are located at the Pavilion, Central       before God each Thursday at the weekly “Breakfast
Lakeside Laundromat                                          Park at the Shuffleboard Courts, Hoover Auditorium,
Located at Sycamore Avenue and Second Street.
                                                                                                                            with the Chaplain” program.
                                                             Fountain Inn Lobby and the Hotel Lakeside Lobby.
  Daily                             8 a.m.-7 p.m.                                                                           Where can I apply for a job?
Lakeside United Methodist Church                             What does my gate fee pay for?                                    Contact the Human Resources Administrator, Kim
  Worship Service              9 a.m.                           Lakeside’s programming is possible only through             Bolden, at (419) 798-4461, ext. 252 or employment@
  Library Hours: Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.                the philanthropic support of its patrons. Gate pass            lakesideohio.com.
Lakeside Women’s Club Library                                revenue covers only a fraction of the cost of presenting
Anyone at Lakeside may check out books from the Lake-        Lakeside programs each summer. The gate pass grants            Is there access to a copier and fax machine?
side Women’s Club Library at Green Gables, 161 Walnut        access to Hoover Auditorium live entertainment,                   These resources are available at the Association
Avenue.                                                      educational seminars, children and youth ministry              Office for a charge.
   Monday-Wednesday, Friday         1-4 p.m.                 programs, swimming off the dock, parks and picnic
   Saturday                         9-11 a.m.                                                                               Where is the nearest post office?
                                                             areas, among numerous other activities.
                                                                                                                              The address of the local post office is 1306 West
                                                             Where is the nearest ATM?                                      Main Street, Lakeside-Marblehead, Ohio 43440.
                                                               A Huntington Bank ATM is located inside the                  Postage stamps are also available at the Lakeside
                                                             Maple Avenue entrance of the Fountain Inn.                     Association Office, 236 Walnut Ave.
                                                             Does Lakeside provide shuttle service?                         Where is the nearest movie theater?
                                                                The free shuttle runs a route from the South Gate             Orchestra Hall is located at the corner of Walnut
                                                             Parking Lot, to Hotel Lakeside and the Fountain Inn, to        Avenue and Second Street. It features two movies
                                                             Hoover Auditorium and back to the South Gate Parking           weekly.
                                                             Lot. The shuttles run from 7 a.m.-11 p.m. every day
                                                                                                                            Where can I find Wi-Fi internet?
                                                             until Labor Day. There is no need to call for a shuttle,
                                                             simply go to one of the stops and catch a shuttle as it           The Lakeside Laundromat and Coffee and Cream
                                                             makes its rounds.                                              provide public Wi-Fi for their patrons. Wi-Fi is also
                                                                                                                            available at Hotel Lakeside and Fountain Inn for guests
                                                             Is there a lost and found?                                     of the hotels only. Wesley Lodge, Wo-Ho-Mis and
                                                                Items found throughout the community should                 Lakeside Dorm have Wi-Fi available to people who
                                                             be returned to, and retrieved from the Lakeside                rent these facilities.
                                                             Association Office, 236 Walnut Ave.
                                                                                                                                                                      Aug. 7, 2010




   p.                                                                                               This Week in Lakeside
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                                                                                            8:30-9:30 a.m.      Water Aerobics -- Danbury Pool*
Saturday, Aug. 7                                                                            8:30-10:30 a.m.     Basic II Sailing Lessons -- LSC*
7:30-8:30 a.m.       Sailing Regatta Registration -- Lakeside Sailing Center (LSC)          9 a.m.              God Squad (ages 4-6) -- Bradley Temple
8:30 a.m.            Lakesider Delivery -- Association Office                               9-11 a.m.           Doubles and Donuts -- Williams Tennis Campus
9 a.m.               Junior Sunfish Race (15 and under) -- LSC                              9:15 a.m.           Chaplain’s Hour -- Orchestra Hall
9:30 a.m.            Storytime for Kids -- Green Gables                                     9:30-10 a.m.        Swimming Lessons -- Dock
11:30 a.m.           Senior Sunfish & Laser Race -- LSC                                     9:30-11:30 a.m.     Open Swim -- Danbury Pool
2 p.m.               Double-Handed Sunfish Race -- LSC                                      9:30 a.m.-noon      Bridge -- Green Gables
3:30 p.m.            Knight and Day -- Orchestra Hall*                                      10 a.m.             God Squad (ages 7-9) -- Bradley Temple
6 p.m.               S.O.S. Regatta Picnic -- Lower Pavilion Room                           10-11:30 a.m.       MGM (ages 9-14) -- Upper Room
7:45-8:15 p.m.       Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Auditorium Lobby                   10 a.m.-noon        Basic I Sailing Lessons -- LSC*
8 p.m.               Knight and Day -- Orchestra Hall*                                      10:30 a.m.          Historic Walking Tour of Central Lakeside -- Heritage Hall
8:15 p.m.            The Spinners -- Hoover Auditorium                                      10:30 a.m.          Seminar: Torah Text Twins and Triplets: Identical or Fraternal? -- Green Room
10 p.m.              Light Up Lakeside Judging -- Lakeside Cottages and Campground          10:30-11:10 a.m.    Fun With Music (ages 4-8) -- Bradley Temple
                                                                                            11 a.m.             Capture the Flag -- Central Park Basketball Courts
Sunday, Aug. 8                                                                              11 a.m.-1 p.m.      Empty Bowls Hunger Awareness Meal -- Lakeside United Methodist Church*
8:30 a.m.            Dockside Service -- East Pavilion Deck                                 11:15 a.m.          Tigger Tag -- Central Park
9 a.m.               Worship Service -- Lakeside United Methodist Church                    11:15 a.m.-noon     Ring & Sing (ages 8+) -- Bradley Temple
10:30 a.m.           Community Worship -- Hoover Auditorium                                 1 p.m.              Reflexology Hour -- East Pavilion Deck
10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.    Sunday Brunch -- Hotel Lakeside Dining Room*                           1-1:30 p.m.         Future Stars (ages 4-7) -- Williams Tennis Campus
11:30 a.m.           Junior Sunfish Race (15 and under) -- LSC                              1:30 p.m.           Seminar: Dialogue Session Among Interfaith Presenters and Q&A -- Green Room
1-3 p.m.             Open House and Class Registration -- Rhein Center*                     1:30-2 p.m.         Young Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus
1:30 p.m.            Senior Sunfish & Laser Race -- LSC                                     2:10-2:50 p.m.      Top Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus
2 p.m.               Music in Lakeside Before Cronquist and Dieterich -- Green Room         3-4 p.m.            Tournament Training -- Williams Tennis Campus
2-4 p.m.             Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Auditorium Lobby                   3:30 p.m.           LESS Environmental Seminar -- Green Room
3:30 p.m.            Knight and Day -- Orchestra Hall*                                      3:30 p.m.           Babies -- Orchestra Hall*
5 p.m.               LWBS Wooden Boat Cruises -- Pavilion                                   5:30 p.m.           Family Picnic -- Perry Park*
5 p.m.               Regatta Awards Ceremony -- Lower Pavilion Room                         7-8 p.m.            Pre-Concert Talk -- Green Room
6 p.m.               Swingmania -- Steele Memorial Bandstand                                7:15 p.m.           Evening Praise -- East Pavilion Deck
6:30 p.m.            “State of Lakeside” -- Hotel Lakeside Fern Room                        7:45-8:15 p.m.      Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Auditorium Lobby
8 p.m.               Knight and Day -- Orchestra Hall*                                      8 p.m.              Babies -- Orchestra Hall*
8 p.m.               Teen Dock Hour (ages 13-17) -- Dock                                    8:15 p.m.           Lakeside Symphony Orchestra with Organist Dee Dee Gain -- Hoover Auditorium
10 p.m.              Light Up Lakeside -- Lakeside Cottages and Campground
                                                                                            Thursday, Aug. 12
Monday, Aug. 9                                                                              7:15-8:15 a.m.      Experienced Yoga -- Upper Room
7:30-8:30 a.m.       Lap Swim -- Danbury Pool                                               7:30 a.m.           Breakfast with the Chaplain -- Aigler Room*
8-9 a.m.             Women’s Fitness -- Upper Room                                          7:30-8:30 a.m.      Lap Swim -- Danbury Pool
8:30-9:30 a.m.       Water Aerobics -- Danbury Pool*                                        8:30-9:30 a.m.      Basic Yoga -- Upper Room
8:30-10:30 a.m.      Basic II Sailing Lessons -- (LSC)*                                     8:30-9:30 a.m.      Water Aerobics -- Danbury Pool*
9-10 a.m.            Junior Naturalist Program (ages 9-12) -- Train Station                 8:30-10:30 a.m.     Basic II Sailing Lessons -- LSC*
9-11 a.m.            Round Robin -- Williams Tennis Campus*                                 8:45 a.m.           Lakeside Shuffleboard Singles Championships (ages 16+) -- Shuffleboard*
9:15 a.m.            Chaplain’s Hour -- Orchestra Hall                                      9 a.m.              God Squad (ages 4-6) -- Bradley Temple
9:30-10 a.m.         Swimming Lessons -- Dock                                               9-11 a.m.           Round Robin -- Williams Tennis Campus*
9:30-11:30 a.m.      Open Swim -- Danbury Pool                                              9:15 a.m.           Chaplain’s Hour -- Orchestra Hall
10 a.m.              South Lakeside Walking Tour -- Schoolhouse                             9:30-10 a.m.        Swimming Lessons -- Dock
10-11 a.m.           Fun With Nature Program (ages 4-8) -- Aigler Room                      9:30-11:30 a.m.     Open Swim -- Danbury Pool
10-11:30 a.m.        MGM (ages 9-14) -- Upper Room                                          10 a.m.             God Squad (ages 7-9) -- Bradley Temple
10 a.m.-noon         Book Sale -- Lakeside United Methodist Church                          10-11:30 a.m.       MGM (ages 9-14) -- Upper Room
10 a.m.-noon         Basic I Sailing Lessons -- Lakeside Sailing Center*                    10 a.m.-noon        Basic I Sailing Lessons -- LSC*
10:30 a.m.           Seminar: Interpreting the Sacred Texts -- Green Room                   10:30 a.m.          Seminar: The Religious and Cultural Mix That is Israel Today -- Green Room
11:15 a.m.           Bailey Bike Safety Tips and Parade -- Bradley Temple                   10:30 a.m.          Werden Walking Tour -- Heritage Hall
1 p.m.               Reflexology Hour -- East Pavilion Deck                                 10:30-11:10 a.m.    Fun With Music (ages 4-8) -- Bradley Temple
1-1:30 p.m.          Future Stars (ages 4-7) -- Williams Tennis Campus                      10:30-11:45 a.m.    Tram Tour of Lakeside -- Hotel Lakeside*
1:30 p.m.            LWC Book Discussion: -- Green Gables                                   10:30 a.m.-noon     SuperSail Pond Boat Classes (grades 4-6) -- Central Park Tent*
1:30 p.m.            Seminar: Continuation of Morning Interfaith Session -- Green Room      11 a.m.             Kickball -- Central Park Basketball Courts
1:30-2 p.m.          Young Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus                       11:15 a.m.          101 Dalmatians Bone Hunt -- Central Park
2:10-2:50 p.m.       Top Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus                         11:15 a.m.-noon     Ring & Sing (ages 8+) -- Bradley Temple
3-4 p.m.             Tournament Training -- Williams Tennis Campus                          1-1:30 p.m.         Future Stars (ages 4-7) -- Williams Tennis Campus
3:30 p.m.            Financial Planning + Generosity Seminar -- Aigler Room                 1:30 p.m.           Seminar: Christians in a Multi-Religious America -- Green Room
3:30 p.m.            Babies -- Orchestra Hall*                                              1:30-2 p.m.         Young Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus
3:30 p.m.            Seminar: Saint Columba, Ireland’s Gift to Scotland -- Green Room       1:30-3 p.m.         SuperSail Pond Boat Classes (grades 4-6) -- Central Park Tent*
7:15 p.m.            Evening Praise -- Lower Pavilion Room                                  1:30-4 p.m.         Bridge -- Green Gables
7:45-8:15 p.m.       Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Auditorium Lobby                   2 p.m.              Ultimate Frisbee in the Field (ages 13-17) -- Sixth Street Field
8 p.m.               Babies -- Orchestra Hall*                                              2-5 p.m.            Miniature Golf Tournament -- Miniature Golf Course
8 p.m.               Documentary: “In God’s Name” -- Green Room                             2:10-2:50 p.m.      Top Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus
8-10 p.m.            Lakeside Candlelight Symphony Showcase -- Select Cottages*             2:30-4:30 p.m.      Kids Setting Sail -- LSC
8:15 p.m.            Hoover Movie Night: “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” -- Hoover Auditorium      3-4 p.m.            Tournament Training -- Williams Tennis Campus
10 p.m.              Light Up Lakeside -- Lakeside Cottages and Campground                  3:30 p.m.           The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*
                                                                                            3:30-4:45 p.m.      Tram Tour of Lakeside -- Hotel Lakeside*
Tuesday, Aug. 10                                                                            3:30 p.m.           Meet-the-Author: S. Amjad Hussain -- Green Room
7:15-8:15 a.m.       Experienced Yoga -- Upper Room                                         4-5 p.m.            Chautauqua Choir Rehearsal -- Lakeside UMC Sanctuary
7:30-8:30 a.m.       Lap Swim -- Danbury Pool                                               7:15 p.m.           Evening Praise -- Lower Pavilion Room
8:30 a.m.            LESS Adult Bike Club Ride -- South Auditorium                          7:45-8:15 p.m.      Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Auditorium Lobby
8:30-9:30 a.m.       Basic Yoga -- Upper Room                                               8 p.m.              The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*
8:30-9:30 a.m.       Water Aerobics -- Danbury Pool*                                        8:15 p.m.           Wild Carrot & the Roots Band -- Hoover Auditorium
8:30-10:30 a.m.      Basic II Sailing Lessons -- LSC*
9 a.m.               God Squad (ages 4-6) -- Bradley Temple                                 Friday, Aug. 13
9-10 a.m.            Shuffleboard Lessons -- Shuffleboard                                   7:30-8:30 a.m.      Lap Swim -- Danbury Pool
9-10:30              Pond Boat Building (grades K-3) -- Central Park Tent*                  8-9 a.m.            Women’s Fitness -- Upper Room
9-11 a.m.            Round Robin -- Williams Tennis Campus*                                 8 a.m.-4 p.m.       Field Trip -- Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage*
9 a.m.-noon          Farmers’ Market -- Walnut Avenue                                       8:30-9:30 a.m.      Water Aerobics -- Danbury Pool*
9:15 a.m.            Chaplain’s Hour -- Orchestra Hall                                      8:30-10:30 a.m.     Basic II Sailing Lessons -- LSC*
9:30-10 a.m.         Swimming Lessons -- Dock                                               9 a.m.              August Family Doubles -- Williams Tennis Campus*
9:30-11:30 a.m.      Open Swim -- Danbury Pool                                              9-10 a.m.           Where in the World? (ages 7-10) -- Upper Pavilion Room
10 a.m.              God Squad (ages 7-9) -- Bradley Temple                                 9 a.m.-noon         Farmers’ Market -- Walnut Avenue
10-11:30 a.m.        MGM (ages 9-14) -- Upper Room                                          9:15 a.m.           Chaplain’s Hour -- Orchestra Hall
10 a.m.-noon         Basic I Sailing Lessons -- LSC*                                        9:30-10 a.m.        Swimming Lessons -- Dock
10:30 a.m.           Seminar: Salvation in No Other Name? -- Green Room                     9:30-11:30 a.m.     Open Swim -- Danbury Pool
10:30-11:10 a.m.     Fun With Music (ages 4-8) -- Bradley Temple                            10 a.m.-noon        Basic I Sailing Lessons -- LSC*
10:30-11:45 a.m.     Tram Tour of Lakeside -- Hotel Lakeside*                               10:30 a.m.          Guided Tree Walk -- Pavilion
11 a.m.              Shuffleboard or Dodgeball -- Central Park Basketball Courts            10:30 a.m.          Seminar: Popular Religious Behaviors of Japan -- Green Room
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.   Pond Boat Building (grades K-3) -- Central Park Tent*                  10:30-11:45 a.m.    Tram Tour of Lakeside -- Hotel Lakeside*
11:15 a.m.           Prince Naveen’s Swamp Exploration -- Central Park                      10:30 a.m.-noon     Grief Support Group -- Train Station
11:15 a.m.-noon      Ring & Sing (ages 8+) -- Bradley Temple                                11 a.m.             Scavenger Hunt -- Central Park Basketball Courts
Noon                 Love, Lakeside -- Lakeside Chautauqua Foundation                       11 a.m.             Live Kids’ Music Performance -- Bradley Temple
1-1:30 p.m.          Future Stars (ages 4-7) -- Williams Tennis Campus                      11:15 a.m.          Little Mermaid Marathon -- Central Park
1:30 p.m.            LWC Business Meeting -- Green Gables                                   1 p.m.              Reflexology Hour -- East Pavilion Deck
1:30 p.m.            Seminar: Can Prayers Alter the Course of an Illness? -- Green Room     1-3 p.m.            Tennis Youth Day (ages 4-18) -- Williams Tennis Campus
1:30-2 p.m.          Young Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus                       1:15-2:30 p.m.      Tram Tour of Lakeside -- Hotel Lakeside*
2-4 p.m.             Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Auditorium Lobby                   1:30 p.m.           LWC Book Review: “The Next 100 Years” -- Green Gables
2:15 p.m.            LWC Program: “Headscarves and Hope” -- Green Gables                    2-4 p.m.            Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Auditorium Lobby
2:10-2:50 p.m.       Top Guns (ages 8-12) -- Williams Tennis Campus                         3 p.m.              Foreign Affairs Forum -- Aigler Room
3-4 p.m.             Tournament Training -- Williams Tennis Campus                          3:30 p.m.           The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*
3:30 p.m.            Wellness Seminar -- Green Room                                         7:45-8:15 p.m.      Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Auditorium Lobby
3:30 p.m.            Babies -- Orchestra Hall*                                              8 p.m.              The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*
3:30-4:45 p.m.       Tram Tour of Lakeside -- Hotel Lakeside*                               8:15 p.m.           An Evening with Larry Miller & Pat Hazell -- Hoover Auditorium
7:15 p.m.            Evening Praise -- Lower Pavilion Room
7:45-8:15 p.m.       Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Auditorium Lobby                   Saturday, Aug. 14
8 p.m.               Babies -- Orchestra Hall*                                              8:30 a.m.           Lakesider Delivery -- Association Office
8:15 p.m.            Lakeside Chautauqua Chorale -- Hoover Auditorium                       9:30 a.m.           Storytime for Kids -- Green Gables
8:30 p.m.            Miniature Golf Under the Stars (ages 13-17) -- Miniature Golf Course   noon-5 p.m.         Gladiolus Exhibition and Competition -- Hoover Auditorium Lobby
                                                                                            3:30 p.m.           The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*
Wednesday, Aug. 11                                                                          7:45-8:15 p.m.      Lakeside Photography Show -- Hoover Auditorium Lobby
7:30-8:30 a.m.       Lap Swim -- Danbury Pool                                               8 p.m.              The Sorcerer’s Apprentice -- Orchestra Hall*
8-9 a.m.             Women’s Fitness -- Upper Room                                          8:15 p.m.           Lakeside Symphony Orchestra -- Hoover Auditorium


                     *Please refer to announcements and articles found inside the Lakesider regarding these events since a charge is involved.
                                                                                                                                                Aug. 7, 2010




                                                                                   Chautauqua Scrapboo
  p.
       20                                                                                             k
                                                                            	                  Chautauqua (shuh-taw-kwuh) is an educational
                                                                            gathering, originating as an American movement in the late 1800s, provid-
                                                                         ing public lectures, religious programs and concerts during the summer months.




                                                                  (Left) - Lakeside children participate in the Grindley Playground photo shoot. The
                                                                  playground will be featured in the Playworld Systems 2011 catalog.

                                                                  (Above left) - Guests peruse the Annual Lakeside Photography Show on opening
                                                                  night, Aug. 4. The show features work from amateur photographers.

                                                                  (Above right) - Grace Kelmer after the 17th Annual Mouse Island Sailboat Race on
                                                                  July 31. Kelmer placed first overall and first in Sunfish Single-Handed. Photo submit-
                                                                  ted by Carolyn Apotsos.



(Right) - Nick and Ryan
Sutphin and Darby, Shel-
by and Olivia Johnson
jump off the dock. Pho-
to by Dana Johnson.




                                                                                                                                     (Above) - LLA interns
                                                                                                                                     visit the Toledo Museum
                                                                                                                                     of Art. Lakesiders Roger
                                                                                                                                     and Rhoda Berkowitz
                                                                                                                                     hosted the tour.

                                                                                                                                     (Left) - Theater instruc-
                                                                                                                                     tor Merritt Ramicone
                                                                                                                                     poses with (back, L-R)
                                                                                                                                     Hope Eller, Kat Phifer,
                                                                                                                                     Alyssa     Schottenstein,
                                                                                                                                     (front, L-R) Ellie Mey-
                                                                                                                                     ers, Darby Adams and
                                                                                                                                     Carly Mungovan. The
(Above) - Audrey Gray (2nd), Melis-   (Above) - Lakesiders celebrate Ho-                                                             students performed a
sa Sunderman (1st) and Jonathan       tel Lakeside’s 135th Anniversary                                                               compilation of their six-
Redfern (3rd) were the winners of     and Friends of Hotel Lakeside’s Ice                                                            week class material on
the Individual Triathlon on Aug. 2.   Cream Social on Aug. 1.                                                                        July 29.

                         What’s your favorite Lakeside recreational activity?




       “Treading water and sail-           “Sailing, because it’s re-              “We love shuffleboard                       “The beach, playground
       ing in Lake Erie, because           laxing and it’s a great way             because it’s been a fam-                    and fishing, because the
       treading in a pool gets             to spend time outdoors.”                ily favorite.”                              kids like it.”
       boring.”
                                           -- Dan Dempe                            -- Courtney Darow
                                                                                   North Ridgeville, Ohio                      -- Kurt Wolery
       -- Sarah Marous                     Pittsburgh, Penn.
                                                                                                                               Powell, Ohio
       Bexley, Ohio

				
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