Chautauqua Lake

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Chau·tau·qua Lake

 (shə-tô′kwə, chə-)
A lake of southwest New York. The Chautauqua movement of adult education, offering a range of cultural, religious, and recreational activities, was founded in 1874 at the resort village of Chautauqua on the northwest shore of the lake.
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Chautauqua Hatchery sits on Prendergast Point, midway on the west side of Chautauqua Lake, off State Route 394.
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The New York Bigfoot question began in July, when Wiemer, the creator of the Chautauqua Lake Bigfoot Expo, officially requested protections for the creature.
The Chautauqua Conferences were founded by Methodists at Chautauqua Lake in New York as a training institute for Sunday school teachers.
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According to his wishes, Brant's ashes will be (or were) scattered at different locations in northern Ohio, in Lake Erie, and at Chautauqua Lake, NY.
Area attractions include scenic Chautauqua Lake and the world-famous Chautauqua Institution, an internationally known center far cultural, educational, religious and recreational programming.
The Chautauqua Institution is a not-for-profit, 750-acre educational center beside Chautauqua Lake in southwestern New York State, where approximately 7,500 persons are in residence on any day during a nine-week season, and a total of over 142,000 attend scheduled public events.
The Chautauqua Lake Sunday School Assembly was founded in 1874 by two significant gentlemen: one a minister, the other an industrialist.
The 124-year-old educational institution on the shores of Chautauqua Lake was founded during the heyday of the late-nineteenth-century Utopian movement, which advocated the melding of the arts, commerce, and community.