2016 Calendar of Events Brochure

Staff Blogger: Alexandrea Stelzer, Director of Marketing

Calendar of Events 2016Lakeside’s highly anticipated 2016 Calendar of Events brochure has arrived. The brochure is filled with highlights of the Chautauqua summer season.

To be included on our mailing list, email your name and home address to guestinfo@lakesideohio.com. Please note if you’d like to receive the brochure annually.

In the meantime, check out Lakeside’s Facebook and Twitter pages for upcoming save the dates.

Photo Contest Winners

Throughout the year, we hold a photo contest that encourages amateur photographers to submit their favorite images of Lakeside.

This year, we received more than 390 entries, each representing a unique perspective of the Chautauqua community. Eight photos were chosen to be featured in this year’s Calendar of Events brochure.

COE 2016 Photo Contest WinnersCongratulations to the following winners (listed in order from left to right):

  • Suzanne Hanselman
  • Beth Sibbring
  • Maya Huggins
  • Gary Olin
  • Kate Evans
  • Lisa DeRaedt
  • Jeff Perkins
  • Christopher Dawson

Each winning photographer will receive a one-day Daily Chautauqua Pass. Each winning photo, with the name of the photographer, will also be featured on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages over the next few weeks.

Thanks again to all who participated in the contest, and congratulations to our winners. Stay tuned for details about this year’s photo contest.

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