Every week, a different section of the MSFO comes to Children’s School and teaches a new instrument to the children. The purpose is to introduce the instruments to the children at a young age.
The Chautauqua Children’s School held its first open house of the 2015 season Friday for the 3s, 4s, 5s and Group One. Parents joined their children at the school for some fun and, as always, learning.
Michael O’Brien organizes an Ultimate Frisbee game at 2 p.m. every Sunday on the Boys’ and Girls’ Club campus at the south end of the grounds. Above and at right are scenes from last Sunday’s match, played on Field Four.
Boys’ and Girls’ Club has fostered the youth of Chautauqua Institution for generations, priding itself as being regarded the oldest day camp in the United States. Aside from camp staples like swimming, sailing, soccer and tennis, games like Ga-ga, Prisoner, and Nuke Em are the buzz of the morning schedule when campers arrive at 9 a.m.
Since the dawn of Chautauqua Institution, the lake has been a place of relaxation and spirituality, where Chautauquans can find respite from the intellectual, intensive studies of the day.
If they weren’t playing for anything, they wouldn’t be keeping score.
Dave Wedzik had his cup of coffee on the PGA Tour, and like many before and after him, it left a bittersweet taste in his mouth.
The annual Children’s School Fourth of July Parade, held Friday, drew together generations to watch the youngest Chautauquans — resplendent in red, white and blue — march to the Colonnade and sing. The parade kicks off this weekend’s Independence Day festivities.
Throughout week one of Children’s School the 4th of July is the center of attention. Children learn about the traditions…
Gary Snyder received a phone call at 2 a.m. last Saturday morning. No phone call at this time would herald…