Explaining Chautauqua

11 Jan

Long time readers know that I spend my summers at the Chautauqua Institution, America’s greatest adult education facility. Anyone who has visited knows that it is almost impossible to describe the Institution. Here is a recently released video that does a good job explaining Chautauqua:

Don’t waste your money on expensive, possibly ineffective, brain training software, visit Chautauqua instead.

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3 Responses to “Explaining Chautauqua”

  1. The Science Dog March 18, 2014 at 1:07 pm #

    My parents started taking my sister and I to Chautauqua every summer when we were very young. We would spend a week staying there or go back and forth several times for weekend or day trips. I have so many wonderful memories of the peacefulness of the institute, the many concerts and plays, and the beauty of the gardens there. My mom and dad just adored it there and continued to go regularly for the rest of their lives. Thanks for writing about this beautiful and unique place in your blog.

    • jecgenovese March 18, 2014 at 3:21 pm #

      Thank you for comments and your memories of Chautauqua!

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