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Just Announced: Chautauqua History Series

Join us in the cozy atmosphere of the historic Community House (b.1918) as we reflect on the people and events that have shaped and influenced our regional culture. Dedicated to exploring our regional sense of place, this curated series will explore historical topics that are relevant to important contemporary issues related to the understanding of Colorado heritage. Part II of the series will be announced later this spring. All events: 7:00 PM. Buy tickets online.

Colorado’s Immigration History – January 17
with Tom Thomas, Ph.D.

Immigrant labor built Colorado, but fear and resentment against particular immigrant groups created tensions that have defined much of Colorado’s history. Read more here.

The Legacy of Penfield Tate, II – February 9
Boulder’s Humanitarian Mayor
with Penfield Tate, III

Penfield Tate II, Boulder’s only African American mayor, was a humanitarian ahead of his time who paid a great price for his convictions. Read more here.

Boulder Women in the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame – March 7
with Wendy Bohling

From pacifists to cutting edge scientists, discover the Boulder women who are represented for a variety of outstanding achievements in the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame. Read more here.

Colorado Women in the Progressive Era – April 12
with Tom Thomas, Ph.D.

Colorado succeeded in gaining women’s suffrage and in enacting prohibition well before the rest of the nation, due to an extraordinary group of women who were influential in the Progressive Era. Remove more here.

Rocky Mountain Joe, Untangling Tall Tales – May 3
with Mona Lambrecht

Chautauqua’s first official photographer told many a tall tale, but his own real life may be the most remarkable of all. Read more here.

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Vote for Colorado’s 2016 Most Significant Artifact!

Here is an opportunity to vote for Chautauqua! Our 1898 opening season brochure of the Texas-Colorado Chautauqua is a finalist for Colorado’s Most Significant Artifacts. Learn about all the state’s amazing artifacts and cast your vote here. Voting is easy and closes on December 15. Thank you for your support!

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