Buffalo Native Resource Center

Buffalo Native Resource Center provides numerous resources to all off-territory Seneca’s.  BNRC provides Seneca Language, Culture Programs and all Holiday programs for our tribal members living off-territory.  BNRC also provides tutoring services and High School Graduation Banquet & Awards for our Off-Territory Tribal members yearly.

Joyce Beanie Jamieson, Director, Buffalo Native Resource Center
533 Amherst Street
Buffalo, NY 14207
(716) 845-6304

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Buffalo Tribal Advocate & Clerk’s Office are also located on premise.

Provides all Tribal Clerk’s office paperwork for In-Person yearly sign up as well as name change and new enrollments forms.

They also provide Emergency Food Pantry and Support Services to all off-territory tribal members.

Sasha Jamieson, Director, Buffalo Tribal Advocate & Clerk’s Office
533 Amherst Street
Buffalo, NY 14207
(716) 951-7555

Buffalo Native Resource Center Annual Kids Christmas Party

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The Annual Buffalo Native Resource Center Christmas Party held on December 16. 2017 from noon to 4 pm. The attached gift registration form must be received and/or done IN PERSON before or on the deadline, December 11th 2017. First come first serve. For more info, stop in our office or call 716-845-6304.

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Seneca Language Class @ BNRC - Mondays & Wednesdays

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Nya:wëh Sgë:no’,

Beginning Monday, September 25th, Seneca Language class will be made available each week on Monday and Wednesday evenings between 6pm and 8pm. Adults are the expected demographic for Wednesday nights as it coincides with the Youth Group time slot. This allows accommodation for adults while youth are occupied, giving more incentive for family attendance while diversifying available services. Monday night classes will therefore be designed for youth. However, both youth and adult classes will be beginner level. Both youth and adult classes will cover the same topics, with different forms of presentation. 

An expected topic progression through the end of the year is outlined below:

Week: Topic: Example Activity:
September 25th & 27th  Pronunciation and Greetings Flash Cards
October 2nd & 4th  Greetings and Responses Greetings Game
October 9th & 11th Identity (Clans & Nations) Identity Shield
October 16th & 18th Family Family Tree
October 23rd & 25th Numbers/Time/Math Clocks
October 30th & November 1st Clothing & Colors Matching Game
November 6th & 8th Commands

Simon Says
November 13th & 15th Occupations Go-Fish
November 20th & 22nd Food & Harvest Dinner Bracelets
November 27th & 29th Locations Memory
December 4th & 6th Environment Pictionary
December 11th & 13th Time pt. 2: Days, Weeks, Months Jeopardy (review)
December 18th & 19th Animals Charades (cumulative)
December 25th & 27th  NO CLASS  

Topics may be subject to change based on student needs. Previous class material will be made available to students upon request. Class will be a welcoming and friendly environment meant to foster learning and interest.

Seneca Language Class 2017 - FLYER