Ganondagan Winter Games and Sports
During the long harsh winters in Western New York, the Seneca people nestled in their bark longhouses to repair clothing, make tools and prepare for the spring, a "time of plenty" with regard to food, hunting and work to be done.
Despite the weather, the Seneca people did not hibernate indoors all winter. Many of the activities that traditionally occupied them outdoors during the winter months are still in practice today.
Ganondagan's Winter Games & Sports is a celebration in which everyone can discover the Seneca Ways of Winter by enjoying traditional Native American winter activities as a spectator or a participant! This event will feature...
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This event is FREE and open to the public, but we suggest a $10 donation per family and $3 for an individual. Please note: Event will take place snow, or no snow!
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