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High Plains Chautauqua Shakes Up "Game Changers'

Weld County's Annual High Plains Chautauqua Returns for their next Living-History Festival

Discover Weld County's annual cultural extravaganza, August 5th through 9th, at Aims Community College (and other locations). This year's theme, "Game Changers," promises to electrify audiences with portrayals of remarkable Americans who've left an indelible mark on history, such as those featured here. For more information, visit


Albert Einstein, the 20th century's foremost physicist, revolutionized our grasp of the universe. His theory of relativity replaced Isaac Newton's notions of absolute space and time, merging them into a unified space/time concept. Renowned for his genius, humanism and eccentricity, Einstein appealed to millions. Even Charlie Chaplin was a major fan. Perhaps more importantly still, Einstein's brilliance wasn't lost on anyone — he made complex ideas understandable to both experts and the public at large. He wasn't just a celebrity; he was a guide, illuminating a new path toward understanding the cosmos.


Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the U.S. and the first U.S. delegate to the United Nations, broke barriers throughout her life, transforming from a traditional hostess to an outspoken advocate. Through press conferences, radio broadcasts, books and her "My Day" column, she championed the marginalized and challenged societal norms. Her approach went beyond the ceremonial, amplifying the voices of the underprivileged and segregated. Eleanor's relentless commitment to justice and equality reshaped the role of First Lady, leaving a lasting legacy of activism and empowerment that transcends generations. She didn't just occupy a position; she wielded it as a platform for social change and progress.


Louis Armstrong's life was a remarkable journey from the segregated streets of New Orleans to becoming an iconic figure in American music as a renowned trumpeter and vocalist. Rising from hardship, he emerged as a towering presence, symbolizing the best and most challenging aspects of the American experience. His story reflects both the nation's promise and its struggles. Armstrong's legacy is a testament to resilience and talent, reminding us of the complexities woven into the fabric of American history. His impact transcends music, embodying the enduring spirit of the American dream.

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