Health & Wellness

Stacy Maple, New Director of Culinary Arts & Wellness Programming

Staff Blogger: Elizabeth Fantozzi- Marketing and Public Relations Manager Lakeside Chautauqua is excited to announce the new Director of Culinary Services & Wellness Programming, Stacy Maple, former Director of United Way Ottawa County and Executive Director of Bistro 163 in Port Clinton. In this newly developed role, Maple will oversee the operations of the Hotel […]

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Education program transforms with varied instruction strategies to enhance learning

Each summer, thousands of Lakesiders take part in lectures and additional educational programs at Lakeside. These social, contextual interactions are central to our intellectual wellbeing, and at Lakeside, we want to ensure that you have an opportunity to grow by participating in a variety of educational experiences. Lakeside’s education program has grown exponentially over the […]

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New in 2018

Spring has arrived, and we can’t wait to welcome our Lakeside friends back for another exciting summer. To help you make the most of it, we want to share new things that Lakeside is working on to improve your experience. Mark your calendars for new programs, carve out time to walk through a new garden […]

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Engage Your Imagination and Move Your Feet This February

Staff Blogger: Ellen Venema, Rhein Center Assistant Coordinator The 2018 Winter Olympics are almost here! From Feb. 9-25 we get to live vicariously through our televisions, travel to South Korea, mingle with the world’s top athletes and compete for the gold. Some may gather with friends and food to watch the U.S. vs. Russia hockey […]

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Now Hiring Seasonal Employees

Lakeside is now seeking summer employees. Earn income while having fun in the sun, meeting Lakesiders and developing new friendships and networking connections. On your days off, visit nearby Cedar Point, Put-in-Bay, Kelleys Island, the Marblehead Peninsula and other local attractions.

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What is Pickleball?

Staff Blogger: Lexie Digby, Marketing & Graphic Design Manager Pickleball, a game that combines elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong, has become a trending sport in Lakeside and around the country in recent years, resulting in the Lakeside Chautauqua Board of Directors approving a plan to build eight dedicated pickleball courts south of the Williams […]

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Healthy (and Happy) Choices Ease Hectic Holidays

Staff Blogger: Ellen Venema, Rhein Center Assistant Coordinator  ‘Tis the season to be jolly! And to visit family and friends.… give back to your community… decorate the house… keep track of the kids while they’re on school break… finish all those year-end work projects… wait in long lines with other last-minute shoppers… and prepare that […]

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Bluebird Café has Taken Flight

Staff Blogger: Casey Sudzina, Advancement/Communications Intern This summer, there was a new little birdie in town. Bluebird Café was built in place of Dockside, located on the East side of the pavilion. Bluebird’s signature staple is healthy eating, so I was personally very excited to try Bluebird, as the healthy options they were offering seemed […]

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Taste the Freshness at the Farmers’ Market

Staff Blogger: Rebecca Mullins, Advancement/Communications Intern The Lakeside Business District is usually calm in the mornings with people quietly shuffling in and out of Coffee & Cream sipping on coffee or waiting in line to eat Patio donuts. However, that atmosphere changes twice a week when the vendors for the Farmers’ Market roll in. The […]

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New Recycling Bins Placed Across the Grounds

Last summer, Lakeside Chautauqua received a grant from the Ottawa Sandusky Seneca (OSS) County Joint Solid Waste District and a donation from the Lakeside Environmental Stewardship Society (LESS) to purchase recycling containers, which have recently been placed around the Lakeside grounds. The goal of the Competitive Funding Grant Program is to enhance recycling opportunities for […]

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