2022 Women’s Retreat

2022 Women’s Retreat

Chautauqua Women’s Retreat March 31 – April 3, 2022 Gaze in awe at majestic mountains while sipping a cup of tea or lie in the grass with arms outstretched in the spring sunshine. Walk through forests, inhaling the scent of pine and listening to the secrets of the...
Retreat Registration Form

Retreat Registration Form

Women’s Retreat Registration  Ready to reserve one of the limited spots for the Chautauqua Women’s Retreat from March 31 to April 3, 2022? If so, we are thrilled to welcome you! Name Email Address Phone Number Date of Birth (optional) Home State Best time for a...
Retreat Registration Form

Retreat Interest Form

Want To Learn More About The Chautauqua Women’s Retreat? Please fill out this short interest form if you would like Chautauqua Experiences Manager Rohini Grace to contact you. From there, she will help you find out if the Chautauqua Women’s Retreat meets your...
Fort Chambers: A Call for Boulder to Reckon with our History and Build Right Relationships with Indigenous Peoples Today

Fort Chambers: A Call for Boulder to Reckon with our History and Build Right Relationships with Indigenous Peoples Today

A Free Virtual Presentation and Discussion

Throughout our country, people are re-assessing how we memorialize our history, especially in regard to racial injustice and conflict. This is an immediate challenge — and opportunity — for the people of Boulder. The City’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) department is considering how to protect and develop the site of Fort Chambers, one of the staging grounds for the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre where 230 Cheyenne and Arapaho people were killed. Right Relationship Boulder is advocating for Cheyenne and Arapaho people to determine how this history should be memorialized at the Fort Chambers OSMP site.

Members of Right Relationship Boulder’s Land Working Group will narrate a 20-minute slide presentation, followed by Q&A and discussion. Please join us to learn about this largely untold chapter of our community’s history and to consider its implications for us today.

To sign up and receive a link for the presentation, please register here: https://forms.gle/Gv3xRNctMUViLzjJ6

 

The Sand Creek Massacre, a painting on elk hide by Northern Arapaho artist Eugene J. Ridgely, Sr. (Eagle Robe), 1994.