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Wednesday, June 6, 20186:00 PMCraftsCharm necklace with Sharon Carlucci. Make a sterling silver charm necklace and wire worked "widget". The class includes all materials; sterling silver, copper, two (2) of Sharon's handmade glass beads and leather. Cost $35.00 Register by June 1st. Call 964-1830 HP/CHPLinda Bell
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Friday, June 8, 20187:00 PMFriday NightsCritters Beyond Your Back Door": Naturalist Jack Hubley will bring along some friends you might find in your backyard and educate us about them, including mammals, birds of prey, and snakes. Weather permitting, the program will be held on the Hall of Philosophy porch or in its park. If possible, bring your lawn chairs. Donation requested. This is a family friendly event. HP/CHPSue HostetterLynne DaviesN/A
Jack Andersosn
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Saturday, June 9, 201812:00 PMCraftsWorld Wide Knit in Public Day. Bring your yarn and needles and join us on the porch until 4pm. Go to www.wwkipday.com for more information. Registration appreciated. 717-625-1945. HP/CHPGwen SnavelyChris Bryan
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Monday, June 11, 201810:00 AMWellnessMindfulness: A History of Mindfulness with Pat Larish. Part 1/9. Registration appreciated. Fee $10. 964-1830 HP/CHPBobbie WarshawSue Hostetter
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Tuesday, June 12, 20186:00 PMChildren/FamilyFamily Movie Night. "Sandlot". Please accompany children ages 10 and under. HP/CHP. C&F Committee
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Tuesday, June 12, 201810:00 AMLVC Book ReviewWalter Isaacson. Leonardo da Vinci. Reviewed by Lewis Thayne, President of Lebanon Valley College. HP/CHPJack & Jane AndersonKathie Erdman
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Wednesday, June 13, 201810:00 AMArtist LecturesMGSoA Lecture: John Goodrich, "The Painter's Eye: Remaking the World" HP/CHPKatherie NivenLarry RoushMGSoA
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Wednesday, June 13, 20187:00 PMOrgan RecitalsOrgan Recital: Daniel Ficarri/Juilliard. Minimum $5 donation requested. HP/CHPSue Hostetter
Sue Hostetter
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Thursday, June 14, 201810:00 AMReligionReligious History of PA - Dr. Steven Nolt's Amish-related research has taken him into dozens of settlements across the United States and in Ontario, and has focused on community formation and history, economic and social change in Amish life. HP/CHPKathy SnavelyLynne DaviesLarry Roush
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Friday, June 15, 20187:00 PMFriday NightsThe Hindenburg Disaster, presented by eyewitness William A. Skillman. Program also covers the history of lighter-than-air flight and events leading up to the disaster. HP/CHPJack & Jane AndersonLynne DaviesIntern
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Friday, June 15, 201810:00 AM
NY Chautauqua Video Series
Human Journey: Kristin Romey, archaeology writer for National Geographic tells why archaeology is so important and recalls her own personal journey into the field of archaeology. HP/CHPJack AndersonSue Hostetter
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Saturday, June 16, 20189:00 AMLiteratureBooks & Breakfast: Come join a Chautauqua Literary & Scientific Circle. Book selection today with discussion of selected book to be held on August 11. Register 717-964-5086. Home of Lynne Davies. CHPLynne DaviesSue HostetterN/A
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Monday, June 18, 20186:00 PMCraftsCreate a glass fusion mosaic dish with Kathleen Forney. $23 Register by June 11th 964-1830. HP/CHPLinda BellSue Hostetter
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Monday, June 18, 201810:00 AMWellnessMindfulness: Mind, Thought, and Awareness with Pat Larish. Part 2/9. Registration appreciated. Fee $10. 964-1830 HP/CHP
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Tuesday, June 19, 20186:00 PMChildren/FamilyCroquet next to the Chautauqua tennis courts. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. CHP
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Tuesday, June 19, 201810:00 AMLVC Book ReviewSteven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt. How Democracies Die. Reviewed by Owen Moe, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry. HP/CHPJack & Jane AndersonKathie Erdman
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Wednesday, June 20, 201810:00 AMArtist LecturesMGSoA Lecture: Matthew Lopas, “From the Viewfinder to the Globe” HP/CHPEvelyn KoppelLarry RoushMGSoA
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Wednesday, June 20, 20187:00 PMOrgan RecitalsOrgan Recital: Samantha Scheff/Univeristy of Maryland. Minimum $5 donation requested. HP/CHPCarol Hunter
Christine Slotznick
Sue Hostetter
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Thursday, June 21, 201810:00 AMReligionReligious History of PA - Jewish history in Pennsylvania with Rabbi Jack Paskoff of Congregation Shaarai Shomayim in Lancaster. His congregation is committed to community activism and social justice work, from reading to children to hosting the Winter Shelter for the Homeless.HP/CHPKathy SnavelyLarry Roush
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Friday, June 22, 201810:00 AM
NY Chautauqua Video Series
Crisis of Faith: Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks discusses how cultural change has affected the role of religion in society. HP/CHPMarcie Lloyd
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Friday, June 22, 20187:00 PMWriters SeriesAuthor David Howard will discuss his white-collar-crime thriller Chasing Phil, about the FBI’s pursuit of a legendary ‘70s con man, who was reputedly the "world’s greatest swindler. HP/CHPBill GiffordLynne Davies
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Saturday, June 23, 20186:00 PMChildren/FamilySnacks and Stories. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. Stacey’s Place Gazebo. CHPCommittee
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Monday, June 25, 20185:30 PMCommunityMount Gretna Supper Club. Join neighbors across Mt. Gretna for dinner by Chef on the Go. Entertainment by Charlie Zahm, singer and guitar player of Celtic, maritime and traditional American music. All are welcome. Register by June 18th, 964-1830. $25. HP/CHPJack & JaneBonnie AndersonChef on the Go
Jack Anderson
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Monday, June 25, 201810:00 AMWellnessMindfulness: "I'm Not My Thoughts Unless I Choose to Identify With Them" with Pat Larish. Part 3/9. Registration appreciated. Fee $10. 964-1830 HP/CHPBobbie WarshawSue Hostetter
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Tuesday, June 26, 20186:00 PMChildren/FamilyLet’s Do Art with MGSoA students. HP/CHPCommittee
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Tuesday, June 26, 201810:00 AMLVC Book ReviewMichael Kinsley. Creative Capitalism: A Conversation with Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and Other Economic Leaders. Reviewed by Kimberlee Josephson, Assist. Prof. of Business. HP/CHPJack & Jane AndersonKathie Erdman
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Wednesday, June 27, 201810:00 AMArtist LecturesMGSoA Lecture: Matthew Murphy, “or And” HP/CHPLarry RoushMGSoA
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Wednesday, June 27, 20187:00 PMOrgan RecitalsOrgan Recital: Jeremy Jelinek/Eastman. Minimum $5 donation requested. HP/CHPSue Hostetter
Christine Slotznick
Sue Hostetter
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Thursday, June 28, 201810:00 AMReligionNative American Spirituality The traditional Native American concept of spirituality was characterized by the belief that life cannot be separated into secular and sacred segments and, therefore, spirituality and ordinary life are interconnected. Participants will be encouraged to share their related thoughts and experiences with the class. Presented by Jim Tufano. HP/CHPKathy SnavelyWade SeibertLarry Roush
Sue Hostetter
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Friday, June 29, 20187:00 PMFriday NightsIntergenerational Addiction with Todd Whitmer, Reginal VP of Caron Treatment Centers, NYC. HP/CHPKathy SnavelySue Hostetter
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Friday, June 29, 201810:00 AM
NY Chautauqua Video Series
Comedy: "The Neuroscience of Laughter and Affiliation" with Sophie Scott: Deputy Director of the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. HP/CHPLynne Davies
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Saturday, June 30, 20189:30 AMChildren/FamilyFairy Tales Morning”, Ice Cream Breakfast: 9:30, Story and Parade: 10:00. No charge. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. HP/CHPCommittee
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Monday, July 2, 20186:00 PMCraftsBeginning needle felting with Carolyn Hartman. Participants will learn to make a wool ornament. Ages 14 or older. Fee $25. Register at 964-1830 by June 25th. Fee $25. HP/CHPGwen Snavely
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Monday, July 2, 201810:00 AMWellnessMindfulness: "Body Awareness" with Pat Larish. Part 4/9. Registration appreciated. Fee $10. 964-1830 HP/CHPBobbie Warshaw
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Tuesday, July 3, 20186:00 PMChildren/FamilyKid’s Movie Night. "Big". Please accompany children ages 10 and under. HP/CHP
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Tuesday, July 3, 201810:00 AMLVC Book ReviewDavid Rose. Enchanted Objects: Innovation, Design, and the Future of Technology. Reviewed by Lewis Chasalow, Associate Prof. of Business. HP/CHPJack & Jane AndersonKathie Erdman
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Wednesday, July 4, 201810:00 AMArtist LecturesMGSoA Lecture: Clintel Steed, “Understanding the Power of Nature through Process!!!” HP/CHPKatherine NivenLarry RoushMGSoA
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Wednesday, July 4, 20187:00 PMCommunity4th of July Celebration & Band Concert. Keystone Band of Rehrersburg. Their 59th annual Mount Gretna concert. PH/CHPCommitteeN/AN/A
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Wednesday, July 4, 20189:00 PMCommunityGrand Illumination: Follow the luminaries for a post-concert walk along Pennsylvania Avenue and illumination near tennis courts. S'mores at the tennis pavilion. Co-sponsored with MG Tennis Club. CHPCommittee
Bob & Sandy Moritz
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Thursday, July 5, 201810:00 AMCommunity2nd annual Mt. Gretna Photo Scavenger Hunt. Identify 20 images found around Mount Gretna. Call 717-507-2667. Pick up clue sheets at the Visitor's Center between 9-10 AM or have sheet emailed to you. For all ages. Prizes! CHPKathyN/AN/A
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Thursday, July 5, 20186:00 PMCommunity2nd annual Great Mount Gretna Pie Bake-off and reveal party for answers to Photo Scavenger Hunt. For kids and adults. Call 717-507-2667 to register. HP/CHPKathyContestantsKathy
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Thursday, July 5, 201810:00 AMReligionReligious History of PA - William Penn and the Quakers with Mark Draper. The Quakers have beem instrumental in the history of reform, from the abolition of slavery, to womens rights and more humane treatment of those with mental illnesses. Hear about the role of PA in the Quaker movement. HP/CHPKathy SnavelyLarry Roush
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Friday, July 6, 20187:00 PMFriday NightsTEDx Youth. You've heard of TED talks - Now hear the inspirational youthful version from three of our local best and brightest young adults speaking about different topics under the theme “Ideas Worth Spreading.” Q&A to follow. Annie Dickinson-Synesthesia, Brennan Stark-Affordable Housing, Sarah Hafiz-Refugees. Inspirational for all ages. HP/CHPKatherine NivenSue Hostetter
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Friday, July 6, 201810:00 AM
NY Chautauqua Video Series
"Spirituality in an Age of Anxiety" with Bart Campolo, Humanist Chaplain at USC. He discusses the importance of relationships, community, and what makes people truly happy. HP/CHPLynne Davies
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Saturday, July 7, 20188:30 AMCommunityChautauqua University For a Day. "Aloneness" with John Spychalski. In an age where we are more "connected" than ever before, why is loneliness so prevalent is our society today and what are some strategies we can use to help? "Andrew Wyeth: Beyond Christina's World", the artist, his muse Helga, and the enduring popularity of his work with Dr. Don Koones; "Empowerment and Dignity: How to Help Without Hurting”with Justin Watkins. Using the tool of microfinance to combat poverty and how HOPE International has seen results from it. "Born in China, REBORN in America"with Dr. Zehao Zhou. A Chinese immigrant's life journey of surviving the tumultuous Chinese Cultural Revolution and finding his true home in America. Wine & cheese tasting with Dr. Jody Dosh. Register by June 30. 964-1830. $50 fee includes lunch. Note location change to Hall of Philosophy. HP/CHPCommitteeChef on the Go
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Monday, July 9, 20186:00 PMCrafts"Carve Your Cares Away" with woodcarver Jack Miller. Bring your own knife or call Jack to purchase one at 717-637-6963. $20 fee. Register by July 2nd. 964-1830. HP/CHPGwen Snavely
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Monday, July 9, 201810:00 AMWellnessMindfulness: "The Color of My Mind: Observing the Habitual Content of Our Thoughts" with Pat Larish. Part 5/9. Registration appreciated. Fee $10. 964-1830 HP/CHPMarcie LloydBobbie Warshaw
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Tuesday, July 10, 20186:00 PMChildren/FamilyMake a fairy garden (Part 1/2) with Karen Beall. Intergenerational activity. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. $10 fee. Registration requested. 964-1830. HP/CHP
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Tuesday, July 10, 201810:00 AMLVC Book ReviewJoshua Hammer. The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu: And Their Race to Save the World’s Most Precious Manuscripts. Reviewed by Kevin Pry, Assoc. Prof.of English. HP/CHPJack & Jane AndersonKathie Erdman
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Wednesday, July 11, 201810:00 AMArtist LecturesMGSoA Lecture: Megan Williamson, “Because I Thought It Was Beautiful” HP/CHPLarry RoushMGSoA
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Wednesday, July 11, 20187:00 PMFilm/TheaterSilent Film: "Nosferatu" circa 1922 with Max Schreck. Popcorn provided. HP/CHPTed Martin
Jack & Jane Anderson
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Thursday, July 12, 201810:00 AMChildren/FamilyYoga for Kids led by Pat Steely, Stacey’s Place Gazebo, Open to grades 1 and above, no charge. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. CHP
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Thursday, July 12, 201810:00 AMReligionColeman Memorial Chapel presented by Rev. Russell Hobbs, Pastor. Built as a memorial to James Coleman, the Chapel is a beautiful example of period architecture still in use by an active congregation. Meet at parking lot on 117 at 9:45 or at the church (1901 W. Cumberland St., Lebanon). CHPKathy SnavelyLarry Roush
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Friday, July 13, 20187:00 PMFriday Nights"Campmeeting Chronicles: An Overview of the Campmeeting Movement in the United States and in Mount Gretna" with Linda Campbell. HP/CHP/MGAHSSue Hostetter
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Friday, July 13, 201810:00 AM
NY Chautauqua Video Series
Theme: Our Relationship With Food: Marion Nestle on food justice activism. Nestle is the author of six prize-
winning books on food and is the Paulette Goddard Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health,
emerita, at NYU. HP/CHP
Kathy Snavely
Kathy Snavely
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Saturday, July 14, 201811:00 AMRecreationHistory Walk: "Soldiers Field, the PA National Guard, Lake, and Hotel" with Ron Hontz. Meet at Rails to Trails parking area behind pizza shop. CHP/MGAHSRon & Carrie HontzN/A
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Saturday, July 14, 201810:00 AMWriters SeriesChildren’s and young-adult author Stacia Deutsch will discuss her work, including her role as author of the venerable Nancy Drew detective series. This program will appeal to all ages. HP/CHPAllan Feldman
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Monday, July 16, 201810:00 AMWellnessMindfulness: "Seeing Freshly - The Chocolate Meditation" with Pat Larish. Part 6/9. Registration appreciated. Fee $10. 964-1830 HP/CHPMarcie Lloyd
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Tuesday, July 17, 20186:00 PMChildren/FamilyMake a fairy garden (Part 2/2) with Karen Beall. Intergenerational activity. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. $10 fee. Registration requested. 964-1830. HP/CHP
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Tuesday, July 17, 201810:00 AMLVC Book ReviewJonathan Israel. The Expanding Blaze: How the American Revolution Ignited the World, 1775-1848. Reviewed by Jim Broussard, Professor of History. HP/CHPJack & Jane AndersonKathie Erdman
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Wednesday, July 18, 201810:00 AMArtist LecturesMGSoA Lecture: Deborah Kahn, “Angle of Vision.” HP/CHPLarry RoushMGSoA
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Wednesday, July 18, 20187:00 PMFilm/TheaterSilent Film: "City Lights" circa 1931 with Charlie Chaplin. Popcorn provided. HP/CHPTed Martin
Jack and Jane Anderson
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Thursday, July 19, 201810:00 AMChildren/FamilyYoga for Kids led by Pat Steely, Stacey’s Place Gazebo, Open to grades 1 and above, no charge. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. CHP
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Thursday, July 19, 201810:00 AMReligionReligious History of PA. History of the Moravians with Dr. Craig Atwood.The Moravians were a controversial and dynamic religious group of the 18th century. The spiritual and religious foundations of Salem and the way its social structure benefited the women and men who lived there will be examined. HP/CHPKathy SnavelyLarry Roush
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Friday, July 20, 201810:00 AM
NY Chautauqua Video Series
Invention: Pagan Kennedy, author of "Inventology: How We Dream Up Things That Change the World" gives a sometimes humorous view of inventions and the interesting thinking behind them. HP/CHPSue Hostetter
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Saturday, July 21, 201810:00 AMCommunityChautauqua 101. Watch the PBS documentary, "Chautauqua," and hear about what initiated the Chautauqua movement and its inception in Mt. Gretna. Meet in the Ebenezer Room of the MG United Methodist Church. CHP
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Monday, July 23, 20185:30 PMCommunityMount Gretna Supper Club. Join neighbors across Mt. Gretna for dinner by Chef on the Go. Entertainment by Jay Umble Trio. Straight ahead modern jazz and original modern jazz tunes. All are welcome. Register by July 16th, 964-1830. $25 HP/CHPKathy SnavelyChef on the Go
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Monday, July 23, 201810:00 AMWellnessMindfulness: "Mindfulness and Relationships" with Pat Larish. Part 7/9. Registration appreciated. Fee $10. 964-1830. HP/CHPBobbie Warshaw
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Tuesday, July 24, 20186:00 PMChildren/FamilyRain Stick Art Project, led by Jackie Zimmerman. Please accompany children ages 10 and under.HP/CHP
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Tuesday, July 24, 201810:00 AMLVC Book ReviewDavid Lindley. Uncertainty: Einstein, Heisenberg, Bohr, and the Struggle for the Soul of Science. Reviewed by Liz Sterner, Assistant Professor of Chemistry HP/CHPJack & Jane AndersonKathie Erdman
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Wednesday, July 25, 201810:00 AMArtist LecturesMGSoA Lecture: Glenn Goldberg, "Painting and Self-Trust" HP/CHPLarry RoushMGSoA
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Wednesday, July 25, 20187:00 PMFilm/TheaterSilent Film: "Safety Last" circa 1923 with Harold Lloyd. Popcorn provided. HP/CHPTed Martin Larry RoushJack
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Thursday, July 26, 201810:00 AMChildren/FamilyYoga for Kids led by Pat Steely, Stacey’s Place Gazebo, Open to grades 1 and above, no charge. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. CHP
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Thursday, July 26, 20187:00 PMScience"What Flower Is That?" with Dr. Susan Verhoek. Learn how you, by yourself, can identify flowers during a hands-on workshop. A magnifying glass may be helpful. Dr. Verhoek is a former professor of biology at Lebanon Valley College. HP/CHPSue Hostetter
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Friday, July 27, 20187:00 PMFriday NightsFarmers Encampment. Did you know Mt Gretna has a history with farming? From 1890-WW I, in what is now the Roller Rink, Mount Gretna was the site of a major farm show which became the current 100 year old Harrisburg Farm Show. Presenters: Lois Herr and Sue Bowman. HP/CHP/HISSue Hostetter
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Saturday, July 28, 20186:00 PMChildren/FamilyStories and Treats at Stacey's Place. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. CHP
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Monday, July 30, 201810:00 AMWellnessMindfulness: "Cultivating Lovingkindness" with Pat Larish. Part 8/9. Registration appreciated. Fee $10. 964-1830 HP/CHP
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Tuesday, July 31, 201810:00 AMChildren/FamilyFinding Fiona at the Mount Gretna Area Historical Society. Meet at Socety, 206 Pennsylvania Ave. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. CHPJackie Zimmerman
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Tuesday, July 31, 201810:00 AMLVC Book ReviewCordelia Fine. Testosterone Rex: Myths of Sex, Science, and Society. Reviewed by Stacy Goodman, Professor of Biology. HP/CHPJack & Jane AndersonKathie Erdman
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Wednesday, August 1, 201810:00 AMArtist Lectures"Modern Times: American Art 1910-1950 at the Philadelphia Museum of Art". A look into the often overlooked American contributions to the movements of Modern Art with Gloria Mast. HP/CHPWade SeibertLarry Roush
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Wednesday, August 1, 20187:00 PMWellness"Happy Feet". The average person will walk the equivalent of four times around the world in his or her lifetime. Join Dr. Tom Sherman to learn about keeping your ankles and feet in great shape. HP/CHPLynne Davies
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Thursday, August 2, 201810:00 AMChildren/FamilyYoga for Kids led by Pat Steely, Stacey’s Place Gazebo, Open to grades 1 and above, no charge. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. CHP
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Thursday, August 2, 201810:00 AMReligionReligious History of PA - Horse & Buggy Mennonites in PA with Jean-Paul Benowitz. Benowitz earned a bachelor's degree in history at Eastern Mennonite University and a master's in history at Millersville University where he wrote his MA thesis on the history of the Horse and Buggy Mennonites of Pennsylvania .HP/CHPKathy SnavelyLarry Roush
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Friday, August 3, 20187:00 PMFriday NightsAmerican-born Eleanor Isaacson was abandoned in Germany as a toddler during the Nazi Regime. She survived the war and arrived in the United States alone in 1948 at the age of 13. Eleanor will share her experiences in Germany and in America. HP/CHPJack & Jane Anderson
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Saturday, August 4, 201811:00 AMCommunityHouse Tour Café. Stop by the Hall of Philosophy until 3PM. Homemade sandwiches, salads, baked goods and drinks. Proceeds benefit Gretna Music and Chautauqua Summer Programs. HP/CHPBonnie Anderson, Lynne Davies, Chris HannaN/AKathy
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Monday, August 6, 201810:00 AMWellnessMindfulness: "Transitions, Summary" with Pat Larish. Part 9/9. Registration appreciated. Fee $10. 964-1830 HP/CHP
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Tuesday, August 7, 20186:00 PMChildren/FamilyKid’s Art Project, led by a MTG Four Pillars Artist. Please accompany children ages 10 and under.HP/CHPJackie Zimmerman
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Tuesday, August 7, 201810:00 AMLVC Book ReviewErik Larson. Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania. Reviewed by Diane Johnson, Associate Professor of Politics. HP/CHPJack & Jane AndersonKathie Erdman
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Wednesday, August 8, 201810:00 AMArtist LecturesThe Cone Collection in the Baltimore Museum of Art. A closer look at this significant collection of later 19th and early 20th century art collected by a Baltimore family with Gloria Mast. HP/CHPWade SeibertLarry Roush
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Thursday, August 9, 201810:00 AMChildren/FamilyYoga for Kids led by Pat Steely, Stacey’s Place Gazebo, Open to grades 1 and above, no charge. Please accompany children ages 10 and under.CHP
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Friday, August 10, 20187:00 PMFriday NightsRaise Your Social Media IQ: Learn the history and the ins and outs of Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and more with Chautauqua's summer intern and Kathy Snavely. For questions, call 964-1830. HP/CHP
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Saturday, August 11, 20186:00 PMChildren/FamilyStories and Munchies at Stacey’s Place Gazebo. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. CHP
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Saturday, August 11, 20189:00 AMLiteratureBooks & Breakfast: Come join a Chautauqua Literary & Scientific Circle. Book discussion today on book that was selected June 16th. Questions call 964-5086. Home of Lynne Davies. CHPLynne DaviesN/A
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Tuesday, August 14, 20186:00 PMChildren/Family"Family Fitness Fun”, led by Janice Balmer . Please accompany children ages 10 and under. HP/CHPDon Kensinger
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Tuesday, August 14, 201810:00 AMLVC Book ReviewHomer. The Odyssey, translated by Emily Wilson. Reviewed by Holly M. Wendt, Assistant Professor of English. HP/CHPJack & Jane AndersonKathie Erdman
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Wednesday, August 15, 201810:00 AMArtist LecturesOutdoor Art at Ursinus College. "We believe Art should be seen..." A look at the outdoor art collection of Muriel and Philip Berman on the grounds of Ursinus College with Gloria Mast. HP/CHPWade SeibertLarry Roush
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Wednesday, August 15, 20187:00 PMWellnessHealthy Relationships & Emotional Intelligence: Studies suggest that those of us with more developed emotional IQs have better mental health. Learn how to improve relationships through empathy, trust and acceptance. Mayte Redcay. HP/CHPCANCELLED
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Thursday, August 16, 201810:00 AMChildren/FamilyYoga for Kids led by Pat Steely, Stacey’s Place Gazebo, Open to grades 1 and above, no charge. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. CHP
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Tuesday, August 21, 20186:00 PMChildren/FamilyChildren’s Movie Night. Please accompany children ages 10 and under. HP/CHP
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