Ohio Chautauqua is a community tradition in Warren. Warren first welcomed Ohio Chautauqua in 2004, and has hosted the event regularly since then in its beautiful downtown park, which is adjacent to its historic town square. The county seat of Trumbull County, Warren was founded in 1798 as part of the Connecticut Western Reserve. Many examples of late 19th– and early 20th-century architectural styles still stand in downtown Warren, including the Trumbull County Courthouse and the Trumbull County Carnegie Law Library, in addition to office buildings, banks, stores, and homes surrounding the Courthouse Square area.
Gather under the tent with neighbors and friends for an evening of live music, living history, and engagement.
Susan Marie Frontczak as Marie Curie
Music by Bill Lewis – Banjo
Dan Cutler as Chief Cornstalk
Music by Karen Lynne Barker – Violin & Fiddle
Susan Marie Frontczak as Mary Shelley
Music by Charlie Mosbrook – Original & Traditional Folk Music
Dianne Moran as Dian Fossey
Music by The Stephen Foster Chorus – Barbershoppers
Gene Worthington as Theodore Roosevelt
Music by Matthew Ball – Boogie Woogie Piano Jazz
The Natural World is the theme for a host of programming throughout the week, held at the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library in downtown Warren. Engage in real conversations about real issues at scholar-led programs.