Lakeside Chautauqua | September 2020
Canal Street String Band
3-4 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 13
With three voices, 55 strings and a pair of cow bones, the Canal Street String Band puts a brand-new shine on some seriously fun old-time American music. This event is presented by the Port Clinton Musical Arts Series and concert sponsor: Dr. Jay M. Mann. Click for admission info.
The Snappers Brass & Gas Touring Club Stop in Lakeside
Approx. 10-11 a.m., Friday, Sept. 25
The Snappers Brass & Gas Touring Club is touring the peninsula and making a stop in Lakeside with 22 antique cars. Find the cars in Pavilion Circle by the Hotel Lakeside, weather permitting.
Celebrating the Season
Thank you to those who joined us as we closed out the 147th Chautauqua season. If you were unable to attend the program, view the service, which included songs of joy and peace, remarks by Lakeside Chautauqua President & CEO, Daniel Rogers, and a candlelighting to celebrate the end of the 2020 season here.
LSO Virtual Event with Daniel Meyer & Max Rabinovitsj
As a follow up to their very popular virtual program, a second conversation with Daniel Meyer and Max Rabinovitsj has been recorded for the Lakeside audience. This segment discusses classical music and conducting. View their pre-recorded discussion here.
2020 Chautauqua Lecture Series
Did you miss one of our Chautauqua Lecture Series programs? View recorded lectures here. Topics ranged from Women in Sports, Democracy in America, Lake Erie's Shores & Islands, the Making of the Bible, Korean Religion & Culture, the 19th Amendment and the World of Art.
Year-Round Support for Our
Year-Round Community 
While many friends, families and guests enjoy Lakeside in the summer, Lakeside runs all-year long. Many homeowners live here year-round and a number of full-time staff work diligently to manage ongoing business and plan for next year.
Some of the many tasks that are completed during the fall, winter and spring include reflecting on the past year and ways to improve; fundraising; planning recreation, cultural arts, religious and educational programs; maintenance of the grounds; hosting off-season events; marketing and website updates; and implementing the budget.
COVID-19 has impacted many of our processes and procedures. However, it has in no way ceased the annual operations that occur year-round.
Although the Chautauqua season is only a few months, Lakeside runs all year long just any other nonprofit organization. By giving a monthly or one-time gift to the Lakeside Annual Fund, you're helping to provide a stable source of revenue to our Chautauqua program, beautiful gardens, historic buildings and many other year-long critical needs of our special community. Thank you for your support.
Lakeside's website features a page specifically for Homeowner & Campground Updates. We invite you to view the page frequently for new information regarding trash & recycling, fall leaf pick up schedule, house watch and more.
Keep up with your workout routine this fall. Lakeside homeowners are eligible for a Wellness Center subscription plan, which includes usage of the Magruder Hospital Fitness Room from Sept. 8, 2020-May 27, 2021. Read more.
Off-Season Business Hours
Even though the summer has come and gone, Lakeside is still bustling. Take some time this fall, winter and spring to visit Lakeside and explore the community during our peaceful off-season. View the 2020-2021 off-season business hours here.
Curbside Recycling & Trash Pickup
Curbside Recycling is available starting at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays ending on Oct. 6, 2020. Curbside Trash Service is available Sept. 11-May 25, 2021 only on Tuesdays. Trash and recycling may be taken to the large receptacles across from the South Gate Parking Lot year round.
Fall Leaf Pick Up
Lakeside will provide free fall leaf pick up Monday-Wednesday, starting Oct. 19 at 8 a.m. The last full week of pick up will be Monday, Nov. 30-Friday, Dec. 4. Download the schedule here. Please review how to ensure that your leaves, sticks and garden debris are picked up in a safe and efficient manner here.
Lakesiders of all ages are invited to submit photos to be featured in the 2021 Calendar of Events brochure, as well as Lakeside's social media pages, website, blog, Lakesider newspaper and advertisements. Read full contest rules and learn how you can submit your photos here.
Perry Park Playground
An exciting upgrade to Perry Park this fall is a new inclusive playground designed by Midstates Recreation specifically for Lakeside.

This special enhancement to Perry Park has been made possibly through the generous support of the Mark & Jane Grindley Family. Mark and Jane continue to focus their support on improving areas of Lakeside to be accessible for all to enjoy. Read more here.
Clergy Renewal Scholarship
In the biblical tradition, keeping Sabbath is essential to maintaining a relationship with God. Lakeside provides a scholarship for clergy of the East or West Ohio United Methodist Church Conferences to rest, renew and deepen the spiritual lives of clergy. The scholarship provides up to three overnight stays at the Fountain Inn, which can't be used between Memorial Day through Labor Day. The deadline to apply is October 10 and February 1. Learn more here.
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