Colorado Chautauqua Association in Boulder Colorado

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The Colorado Chautauqua

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Insider's Guide to Boulder's Chautauqua - Boulder, Colorado

In Boulder, the term Chautauqua (pronounced shuh-TAW-kwuh) is used to describe a vast area right at the foot of Boulder’s Flatirons mountains. It encompasses the sprawling lawn of Chautauqua Park , the Colorado Chautauqua historic district and the Chautauqua Trailhead , from which 40 miles of hiking trails can be accessed. More

Boulder factions diverge on upcoming Colorado Chautauqua ...

Boulder’s Colorado Chautauqua Association is vulnerable, its leaders say, and could be in store for some changes in how it operates. The Chautauqua concert venue and neighborhood, adjacent to ... More

Colorado Chautauqua - Wikipedia

The Colorado Chautauqua, located in Boulder, Colorado, United States, and started in 1898, is the only Chautauqua west of the Mississippi River still continuing in unbroken operation since the heyday of the Chautauqua Movement in the 1920s. It is one of the few such continuously operating Chautauquas remaining in the United States, and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2006. More

Colorado Chautauqua Association Board of Directors

Colorado Chautauqua Association Board of Directors The Board is the governing body of the 501(c)3 Colorado non-profit corporation that serves as the steward for 26 of the 40 acres of Chautauqua Park, all of which land is owned by the City of Boulder. More

Governance | The Colorado Chautauqua

Colorado Chautauqua Association Strategic Plan (March 18, 2019) Investment Management Policy ; Board of Directors Election Policy (February 24, 2018) (*Document does not reflect recent changes in the articles and bylaws converting the membership from a voting to non-voting membership) More

Chautauqua Park - City of Boulder, Colorado

Chautauqua Park is a portion of an iconic historic landmark dating back to when the City of Boulder began preserving wild lands over 100 years ago. In 1898, Boulder residents approved a bond issue to purchase 80 acres to be used as a “Chautauqua”. More