Daily photographer Megan Tan documents the School of Music’s final week at Chautauqua.Read more
On a sunny Friday morning at Boys’ and Girls’ Club, the grassy waterfront behind Beeson Youth Center was unusually quiet. There were no campers gathered in groups on the grass behind the Boys’ Club building and no kids chatting on the green benches inside the Girls’ Club.
Everyone flocked to one location — the recreation field between Club and the John R. Turney Sailing Center for Club’s annual Track and Field Day.Read more
“This is my domain,” Stephanie Holt says, beaming and spreading her arms as expansively as is possible in a 160-square-foot room crammed with thousands of items lost and so far unclaimed by Chautauquans and visitors.
“I love this job. It’s my passion.”Read more
Last Saturday, a pair of games at Sharpe Field led to championship glory for two of Chautauqua’s eldest softball teams: the MOMS in the women’s league and the Slugs in the men’s league.
The first-place MOMS displayed their dominance over the Boomerangs, ending in a 14-3 win after seven innings. First-place men’s league counterparts the Slugs, on the other hand, slammed their way to victory against the Slamming Cheetahs, 25-22, after a full nine-inning game of big hits and stiff competition.Read more
SLIDESHOW: Special thanks to the Chautauqua community for sharing photographs from the 2011 Chautauqua Literary & Scientific Circle Recognition Day parade and ceremonies on Aug. 3.Read more