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Chautauqua Lake Research Video by Sarah Yenesel

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZX-rYoylvIs&feature=youtu.be   SUNY Fredonia graduate student MaryAnn Mason is studying the different temperature layers of Chautauqua Lake this summer. Assistant professor of biology Courtney Wigdahl-Perry

A Chautauqua Fourth of July in Pictures

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Each summer, Chautauquans showcase their American spirit with a day filled with celebrations of country and community. The Children’s School parade, Chautauqua Community Band concert,

Old First Night Fun

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  Chautauqua Institution officially turned 144 years young with its annual, all-day Old First Night and Annual Fund Day festivities Tuesday. The activities began on

Rockin’ on Air

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  The Annual Air Band competition took place Thursday, Aug. 2. As a result, the children from the Boys' and Girls' Club ended up busting

A Temporary Goodbye

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Along with Bird, Tree & Garden Club naturalist Jack Gulvin, community members tagged resident purple martins before their seasonal migration from Chautauqua Lake to Brazil.

The Olympic Spirit

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In a week exploring “The Art of Play,” Chautauquans of all ages were invited to take part in the CHQ Olympics. The friendly competition included

Roshambo Rockstars

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHNu7VHAN4Y Jill Vialet, founder and CEO of Playworks, leads the Chautauquans in a single-elimination rock-paper-scissors tournament called Roshambo Rockstars on Monday, July 9 at Bestor
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