10/31 Seneca Bark Longhouse - Closed for the Season

Ganondagan's Seneca Bark Longhouse closed for the season on October 31, it will open again May 1st, 2020.

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. 

12/5 & 12/6 Help Create our Airigami Sculpture!

Thursday & Friday; 3 PM-4:30 PM

If you would like help to help Airigami construct our special Skywoman sculpture come to the Seneca Art & Culture on Thursday and/or Friday and lend a hand! This creative endeavor will consist of over 600 compostable balloons that will reach 18-20 feet high in the Seneca Arts & Culture Center Auditorium. 

12/7 Native American Winter Arts

Saturday, December 7th; 10 AM-4 PM

Join us for performances by Iroquois Social Dancers in regalia, storytelling, traditional foods, a silent auction, and a Native American artisan gift market. For the very first time, Friends of Ganondagan is collaborating with Airigami; who will be building and installing a large balloon creation to visually capture the essence of the Iroquois Creation Story, particularly Skywoman and the story of how Turtle Island came to be. This event is FREE and open to the public! See event page for more details.

1/19- 2/17 Seneca Art & Culture Center Closed

Sunday, January 19th- Monday, February 17th 

Seneca Arts and Culture Center closes mid January-mid February for annual maintenance and planning. We will open again in time for February fun and the Native American Winter Games!

2/22 Native American Winter Games

Saturday, February 22nd

Join us for our annual event, native American Winter Games! Enjoy storytelling, traditional winter games, Iroquois Social dancing, and more! This family friendly event has something for everybody.