The Colorado Chautauqua
125 Years at the Heart of Boulder

A Multimedia Exhibit
January 12 – April 2, 2023

Boulder’s Colorado Chautauqua, a National Historic Landmark (NHL), is one of the few chautauquas in continuous use since its founding in 1898. For 125 years, the Colorado Chautauqua has been a healing oasis for the local community, as well as a hub of activity, welcoming over a million visitors each year. With its iconic Flatirons location, historic auditorium and dining hall, over 60 rental cottages and lodges, 40 miles of hiking trails, year-round concerts, talks and exhibits, quaint shopping, private event venues and farm-to-table dining, Chautauqua continues to honor its age-old values of lifelong learning, love of nature, voluntary simplicity and music, oration and the arts – delivering inspiration and respite for all.

Join us for a multimedia exhibit, “Chautauqua: 125 years at the Heart of Boulder,” hosted by the Museum of Boulder from January 12 through April 2, 2023

More From The Exhibit

Chautauqua’s Greatest Hits Playlist

Audio Guide To Women’s Art at Chautauqua

From left to right in the exhibit

Share Your Chautauqua Stories!

Información En Español



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