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6/1 - 8/31 Summer Yoga at Ganondagan - Donation Class

7 pm, Thursdays - June 1-August 31
Victor Yoga Studio - Donation Class (Proceeds to Friends of Ganondagan)
Park at lower parking lot on Rte. 444
Alternative (construction) route: Main Street to School Street, Left on Boughton Hill Road, Left on Rte. 444, parking lot is on the left. Follow the Yoga signs along the trail. 
During inclement weather, yoga will be held at Victor Yoga Studio
http://www.victoryogastudio.com/index.html
 

7/14- 7/16 Convention Days 2017 Festival

Join Women's Rights National Historical Park for Convention Days 2017! This year's theme is "We Are the Ones We've Been Waiting For." Convention Days commemorates the First U.S. Women's Rights Convention held in 1848. This three day event will be filled with exciting speakers, workshops, historical actors Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Frederick Douglass, theater performances, live music, film screenings, children's activities, art exhibits, and more!

Ganondagan's Ronnie Reitter & Tonia Galban will both be participating in this event on from 10 am- 5 pm on July 15th, 2017 for Indigenous Women's Day. Singer/Songwriter Joanne Shenandoah will be performing that day as well from 12:30 pm- 1:30 pm.  

This event is not at Ganondagan but at the Women's Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls. It is a free event, open to the public.

For more information: Convention Days 2017

6/19 - 9/20: Yoga by Victor YMCA

Monday and Wednesday, 7:30 am - 8:30 am
Outdoor location: GSHS Grasslands, parking at Rte. 444, lower lot
Inclement weather location: Seneca Art & Culture Center Auditorium
Cost: 

  • Friends of Ganondagan Members $109.20 (28 sessions), Drop in rate: $10
  • General Public: $150 (28 sessions), Drop in rate $12

Payments can be made at the Victor YMCA, or to instructor
Questions: Tacey Smith, Victor YMCA 742-4940  taceys@rochesterymca.org 

7/22-7/23 Native American Dance & Music Festival

10 am- 6 pm

Our 26th annual Native American Dance & Music Festival will feature performances by The Akwesasne Women Singers, Bear Fox, Kevin Locke, Iroquois Social Dancers, and our first ever juried art show. Please visit the event page for more details.

8/3/17 Ganonda-JAM: Open Mic Night

6:30 pm - 9 pm
Free and open to the public.
PA & Microphones are provided, musicians should be prepared to play 3-5 songs. Family-friendly atmosphere, and supportive, listening audience.
Seneca Art & Culture Center Auditorium

8/5/17 Ethnobotony Workshop

9 am- 11 am

Participants will learn about traditional Haudenosaunee planting and picking practices, learn to work with sweet grass, taste-test teas from the time of Seneca inhabitance at Ganondagan and learn culinary uses of plants along the Green Plants Trail. Ages 8 and up Attendees Should Bring/Wear: Participants should wear long pants, bring water, wear hiking boots or equivalent, and consider wearing hats and long sleeves. Free and Open to the Public. Register at Brigitte.Wierzbicki@parks.ny.gov by Tuesday, August 1st.

Meet at the Environmental Field Office

8/5/17 Living in Balance Author Series: Tom Porter, "And Grandma Said..."

2 pm - 4 pm

More details to come on this event, please check back!

Seneca Art and Culture Center Auditorium

8/12-8/13 Seneca Olympics

1 pm -3 pm

Come to Ganondagan and compete in a Seneca Pentathlon! Athletes from ages 9-16 yrs of age can try their hand in five events: Archery, Atlatl throw, Javelin, Lacrosse relay, and Tumpline race. Top scoring athletes will win a Ganondagan "medal", all participants will receive a small prize for completing the competition. Adult Supervision and pre-registration is required- check back soon to register for this event!

9/7/17 Ganonda-JAM: Open Mic Night

6:30 pm - 9 pm
Free and open to the public.
 PA & Microphones are provided, musicians should be prepared to play 3-5 songs. Family-friendly atmosphere, and supportive, listening audience.
Seneca Art & Culture Center Auditorium

9/23/17 Living History: Haudenosaunee Food, Agriculture, and Containers

10 am- 4 pm

More details to come on this exciting event! Please check back soon.

10/5/17 Ganonda-JAM: Open Mic Night

6:30 pm - 9 pm
Free and open to the public.
 PA & Microphones are provided, musicians should be prepared to play 3-5 songs. Family-friendly atmosphere, and supportive, listening audience.
Seneca Art & Culture Center Auditorium

10/7-10/8 Path Through History: Ga:hgok (Boiled Bread)

10 pm-3 pm

Join us for New York State's Path Through History! Enjoy a guided walk along the Trail of Peace and visit the Longhouse to sample traditional Seneca boiled corn bread
Free for members and Free with Museum admission for non-members- Please note that this is a different time than what was printed on our program rack card.
Meet at the Seneca Art & Culture Center

10/13/17 Scary Tales in the Bark Longhouse

7 pm

Join us on Friday the 13th for some spooky tales told in our bark longhouse! Free for Members, Free with Museum Admission for non-members. 

Meet at the Seneca Art & Culture Center.

10/20-10/21 Symposium on Eastern Woodland Material & Art

Come back for more details on this event!

10/31/17 Last Day to Visit the Bark Longhouse for the Season

Today is the last day to visit the bark longhouse, it will open again May 1, 2018.

11/11/17 Canandaigua Treaty Day Commemoration

Come join us in Canandaigua as we commemorate the Canadaigua Treaty of 1794 which established a relationship of peace and friendship between the Haudenosaunee and the United States. Please see see our event page for more details. Free and open to the public.

11/12/17 The Good Hunter

1 pm- 3pm

Come to Ganondagan and learn Seneca hunting skills! Students ages 8-16 are welcome to come and learn about Seneca hunting equipment, practice archery, learn some animal tracking skills, and fire building! Adult supervision is required. Space is limited. Pre-registration is required. Check back for more details on this fun program! 

Meet at the Seneca Art & Culture Center

12/2/17 Storytelling & Traditional Arts of the Haudenosaunee

10 am - 4 pm

Come join us for storytelling, music, children's activities and Native American art and crafts to purchase! More details to come, please check back!

Seneca Art & Culture Center