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As these words are being typed, it’s still snowing in Lakeside, but the official start of spring is only a couple weeks away, and summer will be here in the blink of an eye. As warmer weather approaches, it brings to mind many thoughts of renewal and regeneration. Spring brings us baby animals, new growth in our gardens and rain that washes away the dreariness of winter. What better time to begin something new in your own life? This spring, let’s take a closer look at our wellness…

Staff Blogger: Alexandrea Stelzer, Director of Marketing Even though there’s snow on the ground, Lakeside Chautauqua is still bustling. We invite you to take some time this winter and spring to visit Lakeside, explore the grounds and participate in some of our activities. Attend our Monthly Community Potlucks From January-May, Lakeside hosts Monthly Community Potlucks. Mark your calendars for the third Thursday of every month, and join fellow Lakesiders in Wesley Lodge at 12 p.m. for a lunch filled with homemade food and fellowship. Bring a side dish…

#GivingTuesday is finally here! Already, generous families have been inspired to celebrate this national day of giving to support enhancements to the miniature golf course. For more than 51 years, the miniature golf course has been a gathering place for families to celebrate each hole-in-one victory and to reconnect along the lake. The laughter and cheers from players of all ages can be heard across the putting greens. Over the years, the huge volume of families has put wear and tear on the historic facility. There are many…

Lakeside Chautauqua is offering a low rate, starting at $69, on overnight stays at the Fountain Inn. The discounted rate is available over the Community Christmas Dinner weekend, Friday, Dec. 5-Saturday, Dec. 6. Quantities are limited and rates are subject to availability. Please note that the offer does not include applicable taxes.

All of us at Lakeside Chautauqua wish you and yours a wonderful and Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy your time with family, friends and great food.

Staff Blogger: Melissa Kunz, Content Manager   All across America, Thanksgiving Day is celebrated once a year as a day to give thanks. A day dedicated to giving grateful acknowledgement to individuals who have given their efforts, favors or time. In between passing the plate of turkey around the dinner table, or savoring that last bite of pumpkin pie, Lakesiders are taking the time to give thanks to the special people or for the irreplaceable moments in their lives. We asked our Facebook community and Lakeside Chautauqua staff…

Staff Blogger: Sarah Milheim, Advancement & Communications Coordinator   As the holiday season approaches, Lakeside Chautauqua staff would like to take a moment to thank and recognize the impact that volunteers make in the community and how they bring the Lakeside mission to life.

Staff Blogger: Jessica Kidd, Advancement Manager   As Lakeside Chautauqua joins #GivingTuesday, a national day of giving on December 2, 2014, we invite you to share the spirit of giving with your own children or grandchildren. Teaching a younger generation about the power of giving is as simple as showing them how in real and tangible ways. Include giving as part of your holiday conversation, and identify ways you can give to others as a family. The memories of these acts of kindness will last a lifetime.

Staff Blogger: Gretchen Colón, Vice President of Advancement & Communications   Have you ever wondered how the Hoover Auditorium and Steele Memorial Bandstand performers are booked for the Chautauqua season? Well it’s time to draw open the curtain so you can see just what happens behind-the-scenes at Lakeside. The programming staff, who books the cultural arts performances, consists of Shirley Stary, vice president of Programming, and Cassondra (Casie) Eller, Programming manager. However, the Lakeside community and professionals at similar arts venues play a part in this complex process….