Staff Blogger: Gretchen Colón, Vice President of Advancement & Communications *This blog was written by Gretchen Colón on Thursday, Feb. 15 local time. The beautiful and ancient city of Magdala sits...

Staff Blogger: Gretchen Colón, Vice President of Advancement & Communications *This blog was written by Gretchen Colón on Wednesday, Feb. 14 local time. We began the morning with the story of...

Staff blogger: Jeanne Mauriocourt, Director of Educational Programming Education is paramount to the Lakeside experience. It allows us to engage in meaningful discussion and exchange ideas and opinions about the world...

Staff Blogger: Gretchen Colón, Vice President of Advancement & Communications *This blog was written by Gretchen Colón on Monday, Feb. 12 local time. A Journey to the Dead Sea As we...

Staff Blogger: Allyson Lane, Advancement & Communications Assistant Since 1979, the Steele Memorial Bandstand/Gazebo has provided an open space for programming on the lakefront. It commands attention and draws people to...

The Steele Memorial Bandstand/Gazebo has been a gathering place for nearly four decades; a site for countless concerts, open-air author visits, planned marriage proposals, a variety of family celebrations and more....

We had several fantastic entries in the Pumpkin-Decorating Contest at the 22nd Annual Lakeside-Marblehead Lighthouse Festival. Thanks to all who participated, and congratulations to our winners! Child & Teen Winners Best...

Staff Blogger: Lexie Digby, Marketing & Graphic Design Manager Legacy; it’s a loaded word and a heavy concept. How often have you thought about your own legacy? When did you last...

Guest Blogger: Bruce Stambaugh, Lakesider Lakeside, Ohio. Those back-to-back names seem too ordinary, too mundane to be considered a desired vacation destination. For our family, though, like thousands of others, that’s...

Steve Walker, Guest Blogger Who are refugees? Where to they come from? What is the vetting process? Do they present a danger to American security? Who is responsible for their resettlement...