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Seneca Bark Longhouse - Open 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. 

Tuesdays - Summer Yoga Outside the Longhouse

Tuesday's 7 PM

Starting June 4th and continuing through the summer join Mandy from Victor Yoga Studio for Yoga at Ganondagan again! All levels are welcome.

Yoga will take place in front of the longhouse--park in the upper lot. This is a donation-based class with proceeds to Friends of Ganondagan.

"Jim Thorpe - The Worlds Greatest Athlete"

September 7, 2 pm
 
Robert Wheeler, author of the book Jim Thorpe: World’s Greatest Athlete, will be featured at Ganondagan State Historic Site on Saturday, September 7 at 2 pm for a presentation on the life of Thorpe, dubbed the “world’s greatest athlete.” The presentation will also include rare photographs and voice recordings. Wheeler’s book Jim Thorpe: World’s Greatest Athlete will be available for purchase at this event.
 
Admission - $8/Non-members, $5/Members
(Does not include admission to the Seneca Art & Culture Center Exhibits/Seneca Bark Longhouse)
Seneca Art & Culture Center Auditorium, 7000 County Road 41, Victor, NY 14564

Neil Patterson Jr. - Restoring Indigenous Relationships with Land

September 14, 2 pm 

Admission - Free 
(Does not include admission Seneca Art & Culture Center Exhibits/Seneca Bark Longhouse) 

Neil Patterson Jr., a citizen of the Tuscarora Nation, will describe how indigenous peoples have unique relationships with the lands and waters of what is now called New York State. This is a way of knowing that can serve as a guiding principle for the restoration of our shared planet. Patterson is Assistant Director of the Center for Native Peoples & the Environment at SUNY-ESF, located in Onondaga Territory. Funded by a grant from Indian Affairs Committee, NY Yearly Meeting.

Living History

September 21, 10 am - 4 pm 

Visitors will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in various aspects of Haudenosaunee culture at the annual Living History event at Ganondagan State Historic Site, 7000 County Road 41, Victor

Admission is $8 for adults; $5 for members, seniors and students with ID; and free for ages 5 and younger. The entrance fee includes admission to the exhibits, film and gift shop at Seneca Art and Culture Center; tours of Seneca Bark Longhouse; and guided trail walks