10/19 Wampum Bracelet Workshop - SOLD OUT

Saturday, October 19th – TWO Classes: 10 AM AND 1 PM

Make Your Own Wampum Bracelet: We're offering a morning AND an afternoon class to make your very own two-row wampum bracelet, 10 am-noon, OR 1-3 pm. Perfect for ages 12 through adult.

Cost: $15 members and $20 for non-members

Register now, before it sells out! Call (585) 742-1690 or email

Only 12 spaces for each class

10/27 - Restoring Our Food & Culture through the Natural World - Indigenous Food Event - SOLD OUT

Sunday, October 27th 9:30 AM- 4 PM

Join us with  two Internationally known Potawatomi women -Robin Wall Kimmerer (Author, Speaker, Educator) and Loretta Barrett Oden (Indigenous Chef, Food Historian, and Cultural Advocate) for this engaging and transformative cultural experience as they share their insights and beliefs on their deep connection to the natural world, reciprocity, and how food sovereignty is vital for a thriving culture.

In addition to the insightful presentations, the day will include a progression of “Mindful Tastings” created by Chef Barrett Oden. Guests will experience a slow process of tasting Indigenous delights, while creating community, and learning from the messages of our guest speakers.

This event is SOLD OUT- Thank you for your support!

For more information and registration please go to event page.


10/31 Seneca Bark Longhouse - Closes for the Season

Our Seneca Bark Longhouse is open through October 31.

Our full-size, Seneca Bark Longhouse is fully furnished to reflect a typical Seneca family living in the late 1600's, complete with Seneca objects and colonial-era trade goods. 

11/11 Canandaigua Treaty Commemoration - 225th Anniversary

Monday, November 11th

Join us for the annual commemoration and 225th Anniversary of the 1794 Canandaigua Treaty. This event takes place off site in the town of Canandaigua, more details to come.

This is a free event, please join us to honor this important treaty!

11/23 Educator Day

Saturday, November 23rd; 8:30 AM -4 PM

Friends of Ganondagan is pleased to announce the return of our Educator's Day! This program is perfect for teachers and educators of all types to either get an introduction to Haudenosaunee history and culture or to refresh what they have already learned. Go to event page for more information and registration form.