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2/13 Dispossession: Seneca Land Struggles Then and Now

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Location: University of Rochester , Humanities Center Conference Room D

The Case of the Tonawanda Seneca Nation

Speakers: Laurence Hauptman, SUNY Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History, & Jamie Jacobs (Tonawanda Seneca), Rock Foundation/Rochester Museum and Science Center

For more information: Humanities Project Events

2/20- 2/23 Native American Winter Family Fun Week

Bring your whole family during February Break for our Native American Winter Fun Week: participatory stories, traditional games, make-and-take crafts, hoop dancing, wampum learning center, Seneca singing, and more. Something different every day!

Free with admission to the Seneca Art & Culture Center.

2/21, 2/24 Furry Friends & Tales

Come to the Seneca Art & Culture Center and listen to Native American stories related to your new furry friends then build your own 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.- SOLD OUT FOR BOTH SESSIONS

Pre-registration required, maximum of 10 students for the session. $18 for general public, $15 for current Friends of Ganondagan.

2/24 Native American Winter Games

Our annual Native American Winter Games event returns for 2018! Snowsnake, snowboat racing, dog sled demonstration, storytelling, Iroquois Social Dancing, book signings, food for purchase and more. $10/family suggested donation includes free admission to the Seneca Art & Culture Center and snowshoe rental! 

Spring 2018- Hodinöhsö:ni’ Women: From the Time of Creation

The Hodinöhsö:ni’ Women: From the Time of Creation exhibit tells the missing story of Native American women in United States history, their foundational role in equality for all women, and their continued contributions to society. Haudenosaunee women played and continue to play a significant cultural, historical and contemporary role within their community, and in the historical accomplishments of all women in the United States of America. 

Opening Date: Saturday, March 24th, 2018