Rocky Mountain Chautauqua Assembly

a revival of the annual summer cultural gatherings

1901 Program

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1901 Program Cover

CHAUTAUQUA ASSEMBLY PROGRAM.

JULY 3.

5 p. m.—Moonlight Picnic to Babcock’s Pine Woods. This is one of our most popular picnics. Supper in a beautiful pine grove; fine view of the sunset; campfire with story and song; and ride home by the light of the moon.

JULY 4.

During the day we unite with our friends in Palmer Lake in their celebration.

7:30 p. m.—Bonfire in Glen Park. Patriotic Address, Song and Story.

1901 Program

1901 Program

OPENING DAY—JULY 5.

3 p. m.—Prayer

Exordium—“Our Ideal Resort,” F. M. Priestley

Opening Address—Mr. J. H. T. Main, President Iowa College

Departmental Announcements by Superintendents of departments

Come and learn about the many social and intellectual treats provided.

8 p. m.—Recital. Mrs. Mabel W. Edwards, assisted by Professor W. Von Dahlen, Tenor; Mrs. Von Dahlen, Soprano; Miss Ella Jamieson, Pianist. Professor Von Dahlen sang ten years in Grand Opera in Germany.

NOTE.—Buy an “Over-Night Ticket” and come up and give us a good start.

SATURDAY, JULY 6.

9 a. m.—Half-day excursion up Reservoir Canon to Rocky Canon, under guidance of Professor E. Bethel, through whose eyes we will see wonderful things in flower, tree, and shrub.

Scenery looks finer through Ashby’s spectacles, Colorado Springs.

SUNDAY, JULY 7.

11 a. m.—Opening Sermon. Rev. J. L. Weaver, D. D. of Pueblo.

3 p. m.—Assembly Sunday School. The presence of many Sunday school workers and of many young people interested in this great work always gives us an interesting and instructive school.

7:30 p. m.—Chautauqua vespers and young people’s song service.

MONDAY, JULY 8.

3 p. m.—Bible Normal. Study of Bible by Books. The Pentateuch No. 1. Rev. B. B. Tyler, D. D.

4 p. m.—Nature Study. Ants and Aphides. In Auditorium. Professor E. Bethel.

4:30 p. m.—Field Walk. Same subject.

8 p. m.—Informal reunion and special at the Kinnickinnic. The charm of Glen Park is the choice friendships made there. “He that hath friends must show himself friendly.” Attend this reunion and begin to enjoy the social privileges of the park at once. Social dramatic and music committees will be appointed at this meeting to plan for our entertainment during the season.