The Chautauqua Property Owners Association (CPOA) is an organization of Chautauqua Institution property owners dedicated to:
The representation and consideration of all concerns expressed by the membership;
The maintenance and enhancement of the quality of life in this community;
The enhancement of a mutually beneficial relationship between our community and its neighbors; and
The facilitation of communication with the administration of Chautauqua.
Download full menu (see "file" below) of freshly prepared salads, sandwiches and dinners. Order dinners in advance for pick-up. Fresh baked breads and baked goods, Perry's Ice cream, gourmet coffee, smoothies, and a delightful assortment of hostess and home goods. Visit us on the ground level of the St. Elmo on Bestor Plaza. Open 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. daily during the summer season.
Salads, wraps, sandwiches, and snacks are available at the Brick Walk Cafe on Bestor Plaza daily for that quick bite to eat. Full menu also available for order daily. Check out the daily special on the chalkboard outside.
The Famous Brothers LIVE at Contemporary Art Gallery Sunday, August 19, 8-10 PM
Live at The Contemporary Art Gallery, 5031 W. Lake Road, Chautauqua, New York 14757 (shuttle service provided by Chautauqua Suites -- call 716-269-7829):
Laugh out loud at the antics of these country boys from Monkey's Crevice, West Virginia! Enjoy bluegrass 3 part harmony with a comedic twist.
With special guest singer/songwriter Greg Miller, who will open the show with a selection of original music.
Tickets $10 (at the door) -- click the "Info" link below for the Facebook event. Join the event and get 2 for 1 admission.
The Famous Brothers hail from the mining town of Monkey’s Crevice, West Virginia, where they created a unique three-part harmony style and wrote most of their memorable song list -- featuring titles like “I Got Twenty Ways to Kill You With My Swiss Army Knife”. Their critically-acclaimed revue HERE COME THE FAMOUS BROTHERS! ran for five months at Chicago's Royal George Theater and resulted in a cast album of the same name; they've since put out two other cds, INBRED TALENT and BORN FAMOUS. Their series of concerts at the Lakeshore Theater garnered them a “Critic’s Choice” in the Chicago Reader.
Dispose of nonperishable foods in the cartons inside the north entrance of the post office. Mayville Food Pantry makes the food available to needy families in Chautauqua Lake Central School District. Hurlbut Church is accepting nonperishable food items for the Asheville Food Pantry. Food donations may be dropped off at the Scott entrance of Hurlbut Church.
Contact CHQ Tech Squad, located in the Colonnade Building across from 2 Ames, for all your personal computer and mobile device support.
Open Monday-Friday --
House calls from 9:00:11:00 am;
Store from 11:30-3:30;
House calls from 3:30-5: 30 pm ;
Software Support (helping with office and other programs when people are unsure how to use them);
Selling of New Devices and Accessories (Chargers, Laptops, Wifi Routers, Headphones, Mice, Keyboard, AntiVirus);
Wifi Setup and Install;
House Calls for Issues at Home;
Setup of Streaming Devices (Apple TV, Fire Stick, Roku etc);
DirecTV now setup help;
Virus Removal and Tune-up;
Machine Reformats and Data Backup and Moved to New Device;
Private lessons available for most technologies and available by request.
80 dollars an hour --
Half hour minimum.
Chautauquans love their ice cream! Ice cream is available at three locations on Bestor Plaza: Brickwalk Cafe and Food for Thought (ground level, St. Elmo) offer hand-dipped Perry's Ice Cream and the Plaza Market in the Colonnade offers a variety of ice cream bars, pints and popsicles.
Your gate pass helps to cover only a portion of the expense of operating Chautauqua Institution and offering the world-class programs and experiences you love. There are many levels of giving that will benefit Chautauqua. Please consider supporting the Institution according to your means and comfort level. We are deeply grateful for all donations.
Benefactor Club $25,000
Patron Club $10,000
Sponsor Club $5,000
President's Club $3,500
The 1874 Society $1,874 to $3499
Community Support Levels of $1,000+, $500+, $125+, and up to $125