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Gallery: ‘Trust Your Faith Path’

Shmuel Vilenkin, 12, stands outside the Chabad Lubavitch house August 2, 2016.

With their first steps onto the grounds, Chautauquans can follow their own path and explore one of its four pillars, like a contemplative journey through a labyrinth. All kinds of people join hands and pray at the Peace Poles, meditate at Mystic Heart, and discover faith traditions beyond their own. From attending Islamic Jum’ah prayer, to praying the rosary at the Catholic House, or observing the Sabbath at the Zigdon Chabad Jewish House, everyone is encouraged to walk the spiritual path that is fitting for them. The pillar of religion remains as important today as it did at the founding of Chautauqua. Through lifelong learning, it is possible to find peace.

Susan Drabant demonstrates the meaning behind the beads of her rosary outside the Catholic House August 24, 2016.
Susan Drabant demonstrates the meaning behind the beads of her rosary outside the Catholic House August 24, 2016.
Chautauquans gather around a peace pole to pray for universal peace and compossaion August 23, 2016.
Chautauquans gather around a peace pole to pray for universal peace and compossaion August 23, 2016.
Imam Feisal leads non-Muslims and Muslims in friday Jummah prayer July 14, 2016.
Imam Feisal leads non-Muslims and Muslims in friday Jummah prayer July 14, 2016.
Chautauquans walk through the Labrynth as a way of meditation July 12, 2016
Chautauquans walk through the Labrynth as a way of meditation July 12, 2016
Subagh Singh Khalsa meditates in his house as a daily morning routine August 23, 2016.
Subagh Singh Khalsa meditates in his house as a daily morning routine August 23, 2016.
Shmuel Vilenkin, 12, stands outside the Chabad Lubavitch house August 2, 2016.
Shmuel Vilenkin, 12, stands outside the Chabad Lubavitch house August 2, 2016.

Gallery: Barbershop Quartet Sunday

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From left, Members of J.A.M. Jason Weitz, Adam Lukasik, Brian Praetzel, John Donohue perform at the 2016 Chautauqua Barbershop Harmony Parade August 21, 2016 in the Amphitheater. Photo by Eslah Attar
From left, Members of J.A.M. Jason Weitz, Adam Lukasik, Brian Praetzel, John Donohue perform at the 2016 Chautauqua Barbershop Harmony Parade August 21, 2016 in the Amphitheater. Photo by Eslah Attar
Members of Leftover Parts perform during the 2016 Chautauqua Barbershop Harmony Parade August 21, 2016 in the Amphitheater. Photo by Eslah Attar
Members of Leftover Parts perform during the 2016 Chautauqua Barbershop Harmony Parade August 21, 2016 in the Amphitheater. Photo by Eslah Attar
Skip Berenguer directs Ellicottville Sound in the 2016 Chautauqua Barbershop Harmony Parade August 21, 2016 in the Amphitheater. Photo by Eslah Attar
Skip Berenguer directs Ellicottville Sound in the 2016 Chautauqua Barbershop Harmony Parade August 21, 2016 in the Amphitheater. Photo by Eslah Attar

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Gallery: All-American Softball

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Playing sports with friends and neighbors is a tradition as longstanding and all-American as Chautauqua itself. The men’s and women’s recreational softball leagues, which play at Sharpe Field, are no exception.

In true Chautauqua fashion, many teams have family connections – mothers and daughters, fathers and sons, who play on the same teams as other relatives cheer from the sidelines. Often, the teams themselves become like families over the years as participants return, season after season.

Skyler Zarou, left, and Peter Evans, right, members of the YAC PAC softball team, fall backwards after colliding in a celebratory mid-air body bump in honor of their softball team's victory over the Slugs team at 7 PM on Friday, July 29, at Sharpe Field. The YAC team beat the Slugs 21-5. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Skyler Zarou, left, and Peter Evans, right, members of the YAC PAC softball team, fall backwards after colliding in a celebratory mid-air body bump in honor of their softball team’s victory over the Slugs team at 7 PM on Friday, July 29, at Sharpe Field. The YAC team beat the Slugs 21-5. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Madeline Steere, 10, watches the final game in the men's softball league from the Slugs team dugout at 7 P.M. on Wednesday, August 3, 2016, at Sharpe Field. The Slugs team, whom Steere was rooting for, beat the YAC PAC team 38-11. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Madeline Steere, 10, watches the final game in the men’s softball league from the Slugs team dugout at 7 P.M. on Wednesday, August 3, 2016, at Sharpe Field. The Slugs team, whom Steere was rooting for, beat the YAC PAC team 38-11. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Danny Miller, left, reaches out to shake hands with Lee Lowenfish, right, before the final game of the men's softball game at 6:30 P.M. on Wednesday, August 3, 2016, at Sharpe Field. Lowenfish taught a Special Studies class about baseball and American culture. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Danny Miller, left, reaches out to shake hands with Lee Lowenfish, right, before the final game of the men’s softball game at 6:30 P.M. on Wednesday, August 3, 2016, at Sharpe Field. Lowenfish taught a Special Studies class about baseball and American culture. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Reid James, center, leads the YAC PAC team in celebration in a game against the Pounders at 6:30 P.M. on Monday, August 1, 2016, at Sharpe Field. The YAC PAC team advanced to the final game against the Slugs as a result. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Reid James, center, leads the YAC PAC team in celebration in a game against the Pounders at 6:30 P.M. on Monday, August 1, 2016, at Sharpe Field. The YAC PAC team advanced to the final game against the Slugs as a result. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
The Chautauqua Belles team puts their hands together for a team cheer after a game against the Hot Chauts at 6 P.M. on Sunday, July 31, 2016, at Sharpe Field. The game, the last of the season in the women's league's regular term before the playoffs, would advance the Belles to the number four seed. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
The Chautauqua Belles team puts their hands together for a team cheer after a game against the Hot Chauts at 6 P.M. on Sunday, July 31, 2016, at Sharpe Field. The game, the last of the season in the women’s league’s regular term before the playoffs, would advance the Belles to the number four seed. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Taylor Samuelson, of the Hot Chauts team, left, runs to third base as Mary Pat McFarland, of the Chautauqua Belles team, right, throws the ball at 7 P.M. on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, at Sharpe Field. The Hot Chauts, who won the game, also ultimately won first place in the women's league, defeating the Misfits by one run in extra innings. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Taylor Samuelson, of the Hot Chauts team, left, runs to third base as Mary Pat McFarland, of the Chautauqua Belles team, right, throws the ball at 7 P.M. on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, at Sharpe Field. The Hot Chauts, who won the game, also ultimately won first place in the women’s league, defeating the Misfits by one run in extra innings. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Pitcher Jeff Miller, of the Slugs team, center, laughs before throwing out a pitch to the YAC PAC team at 8 P.M. on Friday, July 29, 2016, at Sharpe Field. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Pitcher Jeff Miller, of the Slugs team, center, laughs before throwing out a pitch to the YAC PAC team at 8 P.M. on Friday, July 29, 2016, at Sharpe Field. Photo by Carolyn Brown.

Gallery: Porch Sitting in the Grounds

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Porches on the grounds are one of the greatest representations of what Chautauqua stands for. Chautauqua is centered on concepts of inclusion, the celebration of community and family, and the four pillars of arts, education, recreation and religion. Porches are home to reading the paper in morning, watching children learn to ride a bike, family dinners or simply discussing the happenings of the day over a glass of wine. Porches are the threshold that connects those you came with and those who pass by on the street. Only in Chautauqua will you be walking to the morning lecture and hear the distant sound of someone practicing their accordion on a porch. Nearly every house has a porch to provide a place to soak in the essence of Chautauqua. Porch culture not only reflects the values of Chautauqua, but keeps them flourishing.

Gallery: Sailing Chautauqua Lake

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The John R. Turney Sailing Center, located at the south end of Chautauqua’s grounds, offers week-long sailing classes to children and adults ages 8 and up, as well as boat rentals and private lessons. Many of the instructors are college-aged sailors who grew up sailing on Chautauqua Lake. The sails of boats launched from the center can be seen on the water from vantage points around Chautauqua Lake.

Gallery: CLSC Recognition Day

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Tish Powers smiles as she reaches the top step leading into the Hall of Philosophy during the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Recognition Ceremony at 9:30 A.M. on Wednesday, August 3, in the Hall of Philosophy. The 121 new members of the CLSC Class of 2016 who were present at the ceremony heard songs by the Chautauqua Motet Choir as well as applause from previous graduates, friends, and family. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Tish Powers smiles as she reaches the top step leading into the Hall of Philosophy during the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Recognition Ceremony at 9:30 A.M. on Wednesday, August 3, in the Hall of Philosophy. The 121 new members of the CLSC Class of 2016 who were present at the ceremony heard songs by the Chautauqua Motet Choir as well as applause from previous graduates, friends, and family. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Katharine Clark claps during the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Recognition Ceremony at 9:45 A.M. on Wednesday, August 3, in the Hall of Philosophy. 121 new members of the Class of 2016 were present to receive their diplomas during the ceremony. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Katharine Clark claps during the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Recognition Ceremony at 9:45 A.M. on Wednesday, August 3, in the Hall of Philosophy. 121 new members of the Class of 2016 were present to receive their diplomas during the ceremony. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Diplomas for the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Class of 2016 rest on a table during the Recognition Ceremony at 9:45 A.M. on Wednesday, August 3, in the Hall of Philosophy. 121 new members of the Class of 2016 were present to receive their diplomas during the ceremony. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Diplomas for the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Class of 2016 rest on a table during the Recognition Ceremony at 9:45 A.M. on Wednesday, August 3, in the Hall of Philosophy. 121 new members of the Class of 2016 were present to receive their diplomas during the ceremony. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Graduates processes into the Amphitheater during the CLSC Recognition Ceremony Wednesday, August 3, 2016.
Graduates processes into the Amphitheater during the CLSC Recognition Ceremony Wednesday, August 3, 2016.
CLSC alumni process along the brick walk during the CLSC Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016, near the Amphitheater. Photo by: Mike Clark
CLSC alumni process along the brick walk during the CLSC Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016, near the Amphitheater. Photo by: Mike Clark
CLSC alumni Stuart Blersch walks with the class of 2010 in the procession along the brick walk during the CLSC Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016, near the Amphitheater. Photo by: Mike Clark
CLSC alumni Stuart Blersch walks with the class of 2010 in the procession along the brick walk during the CLSC Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016, near the Amphitheater. Photo by: Mike Clark
CLSC Activities Coordinator Jeff Miller welcomes the alumni to the CLSC Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016, at the Hall of Philosophy. Photo by: Mike Clark
CLSC Activities Coordinator Jeff Miller welcomes the alumni to the CLSC Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016, at the Hall of Philosophy. Photo by: Mike Clark
Class banners are held in during the CLSC Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016, in the Hall of Philosophy. Photo by: Mike Clark
Class banners are held in during the CLSC Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016, in the Hall of Philosophy. Photo by: Mike Clark

Gallery: Chautauquan Zip Lining

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Gallery: An Afternoon in the Treetops

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Gallery: School of Dance and MSFO Collaboration

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Rheya Shano performs during Nightwatch during the Chautauqua Festival Dancers with the Music School Festival Orchestra July 25, 2016 in the Amphitheater. Workshop students previously performed the piece in the Chautauqua Dance Student Gala last week. Photo by Eslah Attar.
Rheya Shano performs during Nightwatch during the Chautauqua Festival Dancers with the Music School Festival Orchestra July 25, 2016 in the Amphitheater. Workshop students previously performed the piece in the Chautauqua Dance Student Gala last week. Photo by Eslah Attar.
Naomi Bate a violinist in the MSFO takes a break outside during the intermission of the Chautauqua Festival Dancers' performance with the Music School Festival Orchestra July 25, 2016 in the Amphitheater. The students previously performed the piece in the Chautauqua Dance Student Gala last week. Photo by Eslah Attar.
Naomi Bate a violinist in the MSFO takes a break outside during the intermission of the Chautauqua Festival Dancers’ performance with the Music School Festival Orchestra July 25, 2016 in the Amphitheater. The students previously performed the piece in the Chautauqua Dance Student Gala last week. Photo by Eslah Attar.
Workshop dancers perform Nightwatch during the Chautauqua Festival Dancers with the Music School Festival Orchestra July 25, 2016 in the Amphitheater. The students previously performed the piece in the Chautauqua Dance Student Gala last week. Photo by Eslah Attar.
Workshop dancers perform Nightwatch during the Chautauqua Festival Dancers with the Music School Festival Orchestra July 25, 2016 in the Amphitheater. The students previously performed the piece in the Chautauqua Dance Student Gala last week. Photo by Eslah Attar.
Michael Menghini and Rheya Shano perform a segment titled "Embraceable you" as part of a larger piece called "Who Cares?" during the Chautauqua Festival Dancers with the Music School Festival Orchestra July 25, 2016 in the Amphitheater. The students previously performed the piece in the Chautauqua Dance Student Gala last week. Photo by Eslah Attar.
Michael Menghini and Rheya Shano perform a segment titled “Embraceable you” as part of a larger piece called “Who Cares?” during the Chautauqua Festival Dancers with the Music School Festival Orchestra July 25, 2016 in the Amphitheater. The students previously performed the piece in the Chautauqua Dance Student Gala last week. Photo by Eslah Attar.
Workshop dancers perform Nightwatch during the Chautauqua Festival Dancers with the Music School Festival Orchestra July 25, 2016 in The Amphitheater. The students previously performed the piece in the Chautauqua Dance Student Gala last week. Photo by Eslah Attar.
Workshop dancers perform Nightwatch during the Chautauqua Festival Dancers with the Music School Festival Orchestra July 25, 2016 in The Amphitheater. The students previously performed the piece in the Chautauqua Dance Student Gala last week. Photo by Eslah Attar.
Workshop dancers perform Nightwatch during the Chautauqua Festival Dancers with the Music School Festival Orchestra July 25, 2016 in the Amphitheater. The students previously performed the piece in the Chautauqua Dance Student Gala last week. Photo by Eslah Attar.
Workshop dancers perform Nightwatch during the Chautauqua Festival Dancers with the Music School Festival Orchestra July 25, 2016 in the Amphitheater. The students previously performed the piece in the Chautauqua Dance Student Gala last week. Photo by Eslah Attar.

Gallery: Star Wars Invades Bestor Plaza with Film Screening, Costume Contest

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Gallery: Backstage at the Ballet

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The Fourth of July in Photos

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Gallery: Teddy Roosevelt Impersonator

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Dotsy Liles (left) takes a photo of Theodore Roosevelt impersonator Joe Wiegand posing poses for a photo with Chautauquan Phoebe Ford (center) after Wiegand's 2 PM lecture at the Hall of Philosophy on June 28, 2016. Wiegand's lecture, the first of the season in the Heritage Lecture Series, described Roosevelt's involvement with the creation of America's national parks, as well as Roosevelt's various experiences in politics throughout his life. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Dotsy Liles (left) takes a photo of Theodore Roosevelt impersonator Joe Wiegand posing poses for a photo with Chautauquan Phoebe Ford (center) after Wiegand’s 2 PM lecture at the Hall of Philosophy on June 28, 2016. Wiegand’s lecture, the first of the season in the Heritage Lecture Series, described Roosevelt’s involvement with the creation of America’s national parks, as well as Roosevelt’s various experiences in politics throughout his life. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Joined eagerly by Susan Turpen, left, and Mike Turpen, center left, Theodore Roosevelt impersonator Joe Wiegand leads audience members in three cheers for Chautauqua at the end of his talk at 10 AM on the Athenaeum porch on June 28, 2016. Earlier in his presentation, Wiegand recalled a quote from Roosevelt, who once called Chautauqua "the most American place in America." Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Joined eagerly by Susan Turpen, left, and Mike Turpen, center left, Theodore Roosevelt impersonator Joe Wiegand leads audience members in three cheers for Chautauqua at the end of his talk at 10 AM on the Athenaeum porch on June 28, 2016.
Earlier in his presentation, Wiegand recalled a quote from Roosevelt, who once called Chautauqua “the most American place in America.” Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Wiegand emphasizes a point in his address at 2 PM on June 28, 2016, in the Hall of Philosophy. Wiegand's talk discussed Theodore Roosevelt's involvement in the creation and maintenance of America's national parks. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Wiegand emphasizes a point in his address at 2 PM on June 28, 2016, in the Hall of Philosophy. Wiegand’s talk discussed Theodore Roosevelt’s involvement in the creation and maintenance of America’s national parks. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Wiegand addresses Chautauquans as Theodore Roosevelt at 11 AM on June 28, 2016, on the Atheneum porch. Wiegand's talk discussed various topics relating to Theodore Roosevelt's life, including Roosevelt's political views and his involvement in the creation and maintenance of America's national parks. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Wiegand addresses Chautauquans as Theodore Roosevelt at 11 AM on June 28, 2016, on the Atheneum porch. Wiegand’s talk discussed various topics relating to Theodore Roosevelt’s life, including Roosevelt’s political views and his involvement in the creation and maintenance of America’s national parks. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
At 11 AM on the Athenaeum Porch on June 28, 2016, Theodore Roosevelt reenactor Joe Wiegand recounts the story of how a famous hunting trip of Roosevelt's led to the invention of the teddy bear. Wiegand delivered a lecture at the Athenaeum in the morning and the Hall of Philosophy in the afternoon. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
At 11 AM on the Athenaeum Porch on June 28, 2016, Theodore Roosevelt reenactor Joe Wiegand recounts the story of how a famous hunting trip of Roosevelt’s led to the invention of the teddy bear. Wiegand delivered a lecture at the Athenaeum in the morning and the Hall of Philosophy in the afternoon. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Wiegand addresses Chautauquans as Theodore Roosevelt at 2 PM in the Hall of Philosophy on June 28, 2016. Wiegand's talk discussed Theodore Roosevelt's relationship to nature as well as his involvement in the creation and maintenance of America's national parks. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Wiegand addresses Chautauquans as Theodore Roosevelt at 2 PM in the Hall of Philosophy on June 28, 2016. Wiegand’s talk discussed Theodore Roosevelt’s relationship to nature as well as his involvement in the creation and maintenance of America’s national parks. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Mike Turpen, left, poses for a photo with Joe Wiegand as his wife, Susan, right, gets her phone camera ready at 11 AM on the Athenaeum porch.  Wiegand's talk was part of the Turpens' first ever visit to Chautauqua. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Mike Turpen, left, poses for a photo with Joe Wiegand as his wife, Susan, right, gets her phone camera ready at 11 AM on the Athenaeum porch.
Wiegand’s talk was part of the Turpens’ first ever visit to Chautauqua.
Photo by Carolyn Brown.

 

Children’s School Independence Day Parade

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Iyla Vincent, left, five, and Caroline Kilpatrick, right, five, walk together towards the steps of the Colonnade on July 1, 2016, as part of the Children's School's annual Independence Day Parade. Vincent and Kilpatrick joined the other children and teachers of the Children's School to sing patriotic songs on the Colonnade and show off the patriotic apparel that they had made earlier that week. The parade was held on the Friday before the Fourth of July because the holiday officially falls on a Monday, which would give newcomers to Children's School no time to prepare for the parade. The parade was almost relocated due to rain, but the skies cleared up enough for the children to march to the Colonnade along their traditional parade route. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Iyla Vincent, left, five, and Caroline Kilpatrick, right, five, walk together towards the steps of the Colonnade on July 1, 2016, as part of the Children’s School’s annual Independence Day Parade. Vincent and Kilpatrick joined the other children and teachers of the Children’s School to sing patriotic songs on the Colonnade and show off the patriotic apparel that they had made earlier that week.
The parade was held on the Friday before the Fourth of July because the holiday officially falls on a Monday, which would give newcomers to Children’s School no time to prepare for the parade. The parade was almost relocated due to rain, but the skies cleared up enough for the children to march to the Colonnade along their traditional parade route. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Arik Oskvig, left, five, waves an American flag to the crowd while walking toward the steps of the Colonnade on with Mason Arnold, right, five, on July 1, 2016. Oskvig and Arnold joined the other children and teachers of the Children's School to sing patriotic songs on the Colonnade steps and show off the patriotic apparel that they had made earlier that week. The parade was held on the Friday before the Fourth of July because the holiday officially falls on a Monday, which would give newcomers to Children's School no time to prepare for the parade. The parade was almost relocated due to rain, but the skies cleared up enough for the children to march to the Colonnade along their traditional parade route. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Arik Oskvig, left, five, waves an American flag to the crowd while walking toward the steps of the Colonnade on with Mason Arnold, right, five, on July 1, 2016.
Oskvig and Arnold joined the other children and teachers of the Children’s School to sing patriotic songs on the Colonnade steps and show off the patriotic apparel that they had made earlier that week.
The parade was held on the Friday before the Fourth of July because the holiday officially falls on a Monday, which would give newcomers to Children’s School no time to prepare for the parade. The parade was almost relocated due to rain, but the skies cleared up enough for the children to march to the Colonnade along their traditional parade route. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Children sing patriotic songs on the steps of the Colonnade at the conclusion of Children's School's annual Independence Day Parade on July 1, 2016. The parade was held on the Friday before the Fourth of July because the holiday officially falls on a Monday, which would give newcomers to Children's School no time to prepare for the parade. The parade was almost relocated due to rain, but the skies cleared up enough for the children to march to the Colonnade along their traditional parade route. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Children sing patriotic songs on the steps of the Colonnade at the conclusion of Children’s School’s annual Independence Day Parade on July 1, 2016. The parade was held on the Friday before the Fourth of July because the holiday officially falls on a Monday, which would give newcomers to Children’s School no time to prepare for the parade. The parade was almost relocated due to rain, but the skies cleared up enough for the children to march to the Colonnade along their traditional parade route. Photo by Carolyn Brown.
Kristin Antemann cheers on her son William, not pictured, as he sings patriotic songs on the steps of the Colonnade during the annual Children's School Independence Day Parade Friday, July 1, 2016. Photo by Dave Munch.
Kristin Antemann cheers on her son William, not pictured, as he sings patriotic songs on the steps of the Colonnade during the annual Children’s School Independence Day Parade Friday, July 1, 2016. Photo by Dave Munch.
Friends and family crowd the end of Bestor Plaza to watch as children sing patriotic songs on the steps of the Colonnade during the annual Children's School Independence Day Parade Friday, July 1, 2016. Photo by Dave Munch.
Friends and family crowd the end of Bestor Plaza to watch as children sing patriotic songs on the steps of the Colonnade during the annual Children’s School Independence Day Parade Friday, July 1, 2016. Photo by Dave Munch.
Friends and family line Pratt Ave. as children march in the annual Children's School Independence Day Parade Friday, July 1, 2016. Photo by Dave Munch.
Friends and family line Pratt Ave. as children march in the annual Children’s School Independence Day Parade Friday, July 1, 2016. Photo by Dave Munch.
Hana Holland, 6, laughs as she walks in the annual Children's School Independance Day Parade Friday, July 1, 2016. Photo by Dave Munch.
Hana Holland, 6, laughs as she walks in the annual Children’s School Independance Day Parade Friday, July 1, 2016. Photo by Dave Munch.

Preparing Chautauqua

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Photos by Eslah Attar, Carolyn Brown, Dave Munch, Mike Clark and Sarah Holm.

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