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…
Last Saturday along the Chautauqua Boys’ and Girls’ Club waterfront, the NOW Generation hosted its first Summer Fest. With a variety of different events occurring this season, the NOW Generation took advantage of the sunshine at the campus of the oldest day camp in the nation for an afternoon of family activities, volleyball, music and food.
Those who jumped, jived and wailed at the 2012 Amphitheater Ball can look forward to a repeat performance tonight. The Ladies First Big Band returns at 8 p.m. to a semi-benchless Amp for a concert that they expect will make Chautauquans of all ages get up and move.
Chautauqua celebrated the 4th of July. [SLIDESHOW]