Ögwe’öweh "Original People" Pop-up Saturdays

Saturdays: July 17th, 24th, & 31st 11 AM- 3 PM

Join us for the last three Saturday’s in July to experience Haudenosaunee art demonstration, storytelling, music, food, shopping, and more!

Performers will include the Allegheny River Dancers, Perry Ground Storytelling, and Dan Hill playing Native Flute music. Demonstrators will include Dan Hill, Hayden Haynes, Carrie Hill, Ronnie Reitter, Bill Crouse, and Mike Jones.

Shopping: A small group of vendors will be present each Saturday. The Gift Shop featuring authentic, one-of-a-kind, Haudenosaunee art, crafts, jewelry and gift items. ​Plus, an extensive selection of culturally relevant books, including a wide selection of children's books, and posters. Members receive a 10% discount on all purchases (except consignment) Food will be available to purchase.

This event is FREE & open to the public. Seneca Art & Culture Center exhibits and Bark Longhouse admission require a fee. We will require all visitors to adhere to NYS Covid-19 Safety Guidelines and Regulations.

Perry Ground smiling wearing a white gustoweh and purple ribbon shirt

Saturday, July 17th 11 AM- 3 PM

Demonstrations 11 AM- 3 PM

Bill Crouse (Seneca): Haudenosaunee Water Drums

Carrie Hill (Mohawk): Traditional Ash Splint Basketry

Performances (30 minutes) 11: 30 AM & 2:30 PM

Storytelling with Perry Ground (Onondaga)


Saturday, July 24th 11 AM- 3 PM

Demonstrations 11 AM- 3 PM

Dan Hill (Cayuga): Silversmithing

Hayden Haynes (Seneca): Antler Carving

Performances (30 minutes) 11: 30 AM & 2:30 PM

Iroquois Social Dancing with Allegheny River Dancers


Bill Crouse with daughter, both singing and wearing traditional regalia

Dan Hill wearing blue ribbon shirt playing a Native American flute

Saturday, July 31st 11 AM- 3 PM

Demonstrations 11 AM- 3 PM

Ronnie Reitter (Seneca): Cornhusk Dolls

Mike Jones (Onondaga): Pottery

Performances (30 minutes) 

11:30 am & 2:30 pm Native American Flute music with Dan Hill (Cayuga)

12 pm & 2 pm  Iroquois Social Dancing with Allegheny River Dancers

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