2/19- 2/22 February Fun Week at Ganondagan

Children and families alike can experience Native American culture while engaging in storytelling, Iroquois Social Dancing, Native American games, make-and-take traditional art activities, and more! FREE with Museum Admission, FREE for Members! All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Seneca Art & Culture Center Winter Admission: $6 Adults, $3 Seniors/Students, $1 Children (ages 5-11), FREE for ages 4 and under, FREE for Members. For full schedule please visit event page.

This event was made possible by the Rochester Area Community Foundation.


2/20 & 2/22- Furry Tales & Friends

Come to the Seneca Art & Culture Center and listen to Native American stories related to your new friend then build your own stuffed animal to bring home and show to your family! Appropriate for 2nd grade and up, younger children welcome with parent assistance. Parent supervision required for all children. Pre-registration required, limited spaces available. $18 for General Public, $15 for Friends of Ganondagan Members. For more information please go to the Furry Friends & Tales Event Page.

Both of these session are SOLD OUT, nya:wëh for your support!


2/23 Native American Winter Games

10 AM-4 PM

Join us for Ganondagan's Native American Winter Games as a way to celebrate and discover the Seneca ways of winter through traditional Native American activities! PLUS...Visit the Seneca Art & Culture Center at Ganondagan as our guest. Enjoy complimentary admission to the Seneca Art & Culture Center at Ganondagan!

FREE & OPEN to the public!

This event was possible by the Rochester Area Community Foundation.

Wellness at Ganondagan 

Chen Pan Ling Tai Chi
Mondays 7:30 - 8:30 am

instructor: Bill O'Brien 
Location: Seneca Art & Culture Center Auditorium
Parking: In front of the building
Donation based class


3/4 Haudenosaunee in Conflict: 1650-1790 at Victor Public Library

6:30- 7:45 PM

Come to the Victor Farmington Library to see a FREE presentation on Haudenosaunee conflict including tactics, locations, leaders, and consequences. While you are there check out the display case full of Ganondagan's reproductions. Harvey Limbeck has been a volunteer trail guide, docent, and presenter at Ganondagan State Historic Site for over 25 years. Register here for this FREE event!

Location: Victor Farmington Library- Malone Room      


5/1 Seneca Bark Longhouse opens for the season

Our Bark Longhouse is closed for the season but it will open again May 1st, 2019. The Seneca Art & Culture Center remains open for visitors to enjoy the Iroquois Creation Story film, our exhibits, and exciting programing.



July 27 - 28, 2019 - Native American Dance & Music Festival