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Son of Very Short Stories – March 13

Join us for a night featuring an assortment of “flash fiction” stories that are sure to create worlds of heartbreak and humor in almost no time at all.

Presented by Stories on Stage and lead by the Buntport Theater Company, this popular show returns with a new roster of very short stories. Friday, March 13. 7:30 PM. Chautauqua Community House. Buy tickets online.



Stella Luce – March 14

Fort Collins-based Stella Luce is quickly becoming a favorite in the Rocky Mountain music scene with their mix of indie-rock, electronic experimentation, ethnic strings and breathy vocals.

The band was named Best Indie Rock band by the FoCoMA Peer Awards and Best Avant Pop Band by Westword. They most recently opened for DeVotchKa to rave reviews.

Click here to check out the band’s music video “Candy” before their show. Saturday, March 14. 7:30 PM. Chautauqua Community House. Buy tickets online.



Exploring the Universe from the Moon – March 16

Over the last decade, new insights and data into the origin of the Moon have helped dramatically change how researchers are able to explore the Universe.

Professor Jack O. Burns, Ph.D. will describe research on a new radio telescope for the radio-quiet lunar far side of the Moon – operating at frequencies below the FM radio band – that allows scientists to probe the birth of the first stars and galaxies in the early Universe. Monday, March 16. 7:00 PM. Chautauqua Community House. Buy tickets online.



Just announced! – Rising From Ashes – May 15

Executive produced and narrated by Forest Whitaker, “Rising From Ashes” follows American cyclist Jock Boyer and the riders of the first Rwandan National Cycling Team along a six year journey to the Olympic Games in London.

During the 1994 genocide, many of these cyclists from Team Rwanda were still small children. For 11 years, they lived in the aftermath of one of modern day history’s most devastating genocides. With Jack Boyer’s arrival, they slowly but steadily learn what it means to be a professional cyclist: how to train, how to compete, how to live the life of a top-level athlete. As they train, the Team Rwanda riders give their countrymen a vision of something greater than themselves and their history: hope for a better future. Click here to view the film trailer.

Director, editor and producer T.C. Johnstone will lead a post-screening discussion. Friday, May 15. 7:30 PM. Chautauqua Community House. Buy tickets online.



Winter Soiree – March 12

Spring has almost sprung and to celebrate another successful winter season, the Dining Hall will host its final winter soiree tomorrow, March 12 from 5 – 7 PM. Stop by for live music, complimentary hor d’oeuvres and happy hour pricing on all drinks!

All are welcome. RSVPs are requested.

To RSVP, call 303.440.3776, or click here to RSVP via email.



Save 20% through March 31

There’s still time to grab your family and friends and escape for one last winter getaway this month! Save 20 percent on any new reservation for March.

Select from studio, one, two or three bedroom cottages, or the eight bedroom Missions House Lodge. Enjoy the beautiful scenery, cozy up for a meal at the Chautauqua Dining Hall, or take in an event at the Community House during your stay.

For reservations, please call 303.952.1611 or click here to reserve via email. Mention promotional code BCchau15 when booking. Offer valid on new reservations through March 31 only.



West Garden Walk project continues

The brick path running east to west through the Centennial Garden will reopen to pedestrian traffic this week, offering access to the Dining Hall and north part of the campus, and likely remain open for the remainder of both the West Garden Walk and ADA-accessible restroom projects. Please use caution when traveling in this area.

The next phase of the West Garden Walk project will include grading and stone work as an ADA-compliant sidewalk and associated landscaping are put into place.

For more information, please contact CCA’s Facilities and Preservation Manager Jeff Medanich at 303.952.1676.

Auditorium ADA accessible restroom project continues

Excavation and movement of heavy machinery is underway to the west of the Auditorium as work continues in preparation of the construction of an ADA-accessible restroom.

The restroom will feature six stalls with ADA-accessible accommodations for both men and women, and will be completed in mid-May, weather permitting, for the start of the 2015 Chautauqua Auditorium season.

This restroom project is managed and funded by the City of Boulder. For more information about this project, contact the City of Boulder Facilities Asset Management Department or call 303.952.1676.

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