Seneca Nation of Indians Master Calendar

See Today's Events (September 28)


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Aug 28 Sunday
  • Post to Post Lacrosse Tournament
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    @ACC 3677 Administration Drive Salamanca, NY 14779
    Helmet & Gloves required. Three division: ages 7+. Teams will be picked at arrival. Must be signed up on advance.
    Post to Post Lacrosse Tournament
  • CCC Golf Tourney
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    @Rosebrooke
    4 man scramble, shot gun start at 11am. BBQ dinner after.
    CCC Golf Tourney
Aug 29 Monday
  • Grief & Loss Support Group
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    @CHWC Room 126
    Loss from the death of a loved one can evoke many emotions and responses. Anger, confusion, sadness, disbelief, numbness, denial and shock are just some of the feelings and experiences a person might have as they process their loss. This group is for individuals who are dealing with these situations and would like to meet with others who are walking in a similar experience. Please join us in this safe place to explore your thoughts and feelings. For more information: Cattaraugus Behavioral Health Unit, 532-5583.
    Grief & Loss Support Group
Aug 30 Tuesday
  • Seneca Nation Farmers Market
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    @Seneca One Stop Roundabout of Rout 5 and 20 Irving NY, 14081
    Farmers's market - Tuesdays 10am - 3pm at the Seneca Onestop in Irving. Vendors Welcome.
    Seneca Nation Farmers Market
  • Special Events @ Seneca Nation Farmers Market - 8/30/16
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    @11359 Rte. 5 & 20 Irving, NY
    Special events this week: Get to Know your Farmers
    Special Events @ Seneca Nation Farmers Market - 8/30/16
  • Social Security Representative Visit
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    @Supportive Services Building 210 Thomas Indian School Drive Ext.
    Appointments recommended but walk-ins welcomed. Call Robin Jones or Amber Bennett for appointment (716) 532-4900 Extension 5151
    Social Security Representative Visit
Aug 31 Wednesday
  • Sugar Beaters Picnic
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    @CHWC Room 126
    Join us for our annual Sugar Beaters picnic. Please bring a dish to pass or a healthy recipe to share. We would like to go for a walk after the meal or do another fun activity. Please RSVP by noon on Aug. 30th with Lori or Barb at the Diabetes Unit, 532-5582.
    Sugar Beaters Picnic
Sep 1 Thursday
  • Allegany Education Back To School Event
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Update Title VII Student Registration Information & Community Dinner and School Supply give-a-way.
    Allegany Education Back To School Event
Sep 2 Friday
  • Six Nations Day Trip
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    @CCC to NY State Fair
    We will be providing transportation and lunch to the NY state fair.
    Six Nations Day Trip
  • Hot Dog Cold Plate Sale
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    @Seneca Nation Library - Catt.
    Includes: Hot Dog w/ Baked Beans, Dessert & your choice of Mac Salad OR Baked Mac & Cheese
    Hot Dog Cold Plate Sale
Sep 3 Saturday
  • Back To School Celebration @ SINM
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    @Seneca Iroquois National Museum
    The museum is having a Back to School Celebration! The day will include a smoke dance competition, food & craft vendors, a presentation on Iroquois genealogy with Maria Printup, and more!
    Back To School Celebration @ SINM
Sep 4 Sunday
Sep 5 Monday
Sep 6 Tuesday
  • Seneca Nation Farmers Market
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    @Seneca One Stop Roundabout of Rout 5 and 20 Irving NY, 14081
    Farmers's market - Tuesdays 10am - 3pm at the Seneca Onestop in Irving. Vendors Welcome.
    Seneca Nation Farmers Market
Sep 7 Wednesday
Sep 8 Thursday
  • Cattaraugus Marshal Community Outreach Program 4th Annual Fall Horseshoe Tournament
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    @Saylor Building Horseshoe Pits, 12861 Rt.438, Irving, NY 14081
    Make plans to enter our 4th Annual Fall Horseshoe Tournament. If you've joined us before, you know how it goes. If you haven't, please feel free to join us this time. We'll be opening registration at 5pm @ the Saylor Horseshoe pits, $20 per person. Everyone enters the blind draw for your partner. The tournament will begin at 6:30 pm. This is a rain or shine event. We will reschedule if it is storming, though. Check out the flyer for complete details. If you have any more questions, please call our office @ (716)532-3040. OPEN TO EVERYONE with $20.
    Cattaraugus Marshal Community Outreach Program 4th Annual Fall Horseshoe Tournament
  • Gathering of Mothers
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    @CHWC Grand Room
    For expectant mothers and new mothers. Come to an evening of learning and sharing. Program includes: exercise & movement, Seneca language lesson, healthy refreshments, games and door prizes. This month’s topic: Healthy Baby/Sick Baby. For more information: HOPE Unit, Vivian Curry, Health Educator, 716-532-8223 ext. 5268.
    Gathering of Mothers
Sep 9 Friday
  • CIRVFD Sponsored Fish Fry
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    @CIRVFD 12879 Route 438 Irving
    Fish Fry $10 includes 2 sides, roll & drink.
    CIRVFD Sponsored Fish Fry
Sep 10 Saturday
  • Health System Informational Tent
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    @Saylor Building Parking Lot
    Visit the health tent at the Seneca Nation Fall Festival. Various departments will be set up with information tables: Diabetes, Dental, Exercise Specialists, HOPE Unit, Human Resources, Optical, Behavioral Health, Child & Family, Medical, and WIC. We will have health screenings and giveaways.
    Health System Informational Tent
  • CIRVFD Waterball Tourney
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    @CIRVFD 12879 Route 438 Irving
    Come watch firemen from companies around the area compete in a waterball tourney!
    CIRVFD Waterball Tourney
Sep 11 Sunday
  • Wing Thing & Fire Truck Pull
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    @CIRVFD 12879 Route 438 Irving
    Put your chicken wing sauce to the test at the Seneca Nation Fall Festival! The public will vote for the BEST chicken wing sauce recipe. Sign up for this contest or to get more information call Melissa @ 801‐3457. Come watch or sign up to be part of a 10 man team to pull a fire truck! All prizes determined by number of entries.
    Wing Thing & Fire Truck Pull
  • Stickball Exhibition - Sponsored by Seneca Strong
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    @Seneca Sachems Field
    Young Sober Men needed to play against/with the Hummingbird Stickball Team coming from Cherokee, North Carolina.
    Stickball Exhibition - Sponsored by Seneca Strong
Sep 12 Monday
Sep 13 Tuesday
  • Seneca Nation Farmers Market
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    @Seneca One Stop Roundabout of Rout 5 and 20 Irving NY, 14081
    Farmers's market - Tuesdays 10am - 3pm at the Seneca Onestop in Irving. Vendors Welcome.
    Seneca Nation Farmers Market
  • Basket Class
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    @Seneca Iroquois National Museum
    Students will make a round quart sized basket with inset handle. Registration required. $45 fee, supplies included. Classes are Tuesdays, September 13, 20, & 27th from 5:30-8:00pm.
    Basket Class
Sep 14 Wednesday
Sep 15 Thursday
  • Kidney Smart Class
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    @CIRHC Conference Room
    Our certified kidney care educators will help you learn how to create an action plan to manage your health. Learn what causes kidney disease and what diet resources can help you manage your diet. Register for a 90-minute class at kidneysmart.org/class or call 532-5582 ext. 5235.
    Kidney Smart Class
  • Yoga for Kids!
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Open to all children ages 4-12 years. Wear comfortable clothes. Kids not in the Recreation program should be accompanied by an adult. Mats will be provided. Instructed by Andrea John, 716-945-5894 ext. 5236.
    Yoga for Kids!
  • Verve Dance Studio Class
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    @CCC
    Yup, they are coming to the ccc for classes. Sign up today.
    Verve Dance Studio Class
  • Albert Fulton Lecture
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    @Seneca Iroquois National Museum
    The first in our 2016 Fall Lecture Series, Albert Fulton will be speaking on "Traditional Seneca Landscapes of the Genesee Valley-Finger Lakes Region: Insights from Prehistoric Environmental Data"
    Albert Fulton Lecture
  • Family Night @ The CCC
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    @Cattaraugus Community Center
    Come on down and join us for the home opener of the Buffalo Bills 2016 season!
    Family Night @ The CCC
Sep 16 Friday
Sep 17 Saturday
  • Loom Workshop @ SINM
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    @Seneca Iroquois National Museum
    We are having a Loom Workshop on Saturday September 17th with Professor Richard Hamell. Students will make a small reproduction Two Row Wampum Belt, and hear his presentation on the history and significance of wampum with lunch provided. There is a $75 fee, which covers all supplies and lunch. Registration is required, call (716) 945-1760 to register or for more info.
    Loom Workshop @ SINM
Sep 18 Sunday
Sep 19 Monday
  • Catt. Back To School Bash
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    @CCC
    Dinner served from 5-6pm. Games with prizes. SNI Department Information Booths. Scholastic Book Fair and much more!
    Catt. Back To School Bash
  • Cattaraugus Marshal Community Outreach Program - Culmination Celebration
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    @Cattaraugus Community Center
    The Cattaraugus Marshal Community Outreach Program is ready to host our annual Pledge Program Culmination Celebration. This event will take place during the Education Department's Back to School Bash. The Bash begins @ 4pm, and our Dodgeball game will open @ 6pm in the CCC gym. The Bash will wrap @ 7pm, at which time we will do our prize giveaway for our Pledgees. Don't forget that you must be present to win prizes.
    Cattaraugus Marshal Community Outreach Program - Culmination Celebration
  • Beading Basics Series
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    @Saylor Dining Room
    Participants will learn the foundational stitches and techniques for making their very own Haundeosaunee style raised beadwork. Pre-registration is required, call 716-532-8162 to register. This Seneca Language & Culture department community class is taught by Samantha Jacobs.
    Beading Basics Series
Sep 20 Tuesday
  • Seneca Nation Farmers Market
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    @Seneca One Stop Roundabout of Rout 5 and 20 Irving NY, 14081
    Farmers's market - Tuesdays 10am - 3pm at the Seneca Onestop in Irving. Vendors Welcome.
    Seneca Nation Farmers Market
  • ECLC Parent Committee Meeting
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    @Cattaraugus ECLC
    All ECLC Parents are asked to join! Discussion and planning this years events, fundraisers and voting for committee positions. See you there! Lunch will be provided! No childcare for this meeting.
    ECLC Parent Committee Meeting
  • Basket Class
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    @Seneca Iroquois National Museum
    Students will make a round quart sized basket with inset handle. Registration required. $45 fee, supplies included. Classes are Tuesdays, September 13, 20, & 27th from 5:30-8:00pm.
    Basket Class
Sep 21 Wednesday
  • Corn Husk Doll Class
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    @Saylor Dining Room
    This free Seneca Language & Culture department community class will teach the participants how to make their very own corn husk doll and the traditional story the doll comes from. Limited class size and pre-registration required. Instructor: Samantha Jacobs.
    Corn Husk Doll Class
Sep 22 Thursday
  • Financial Budgeting Class
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    @Tribal Advocate / Clerks Buffalo Office
    On Thursday Aug 18th, Thursday Sept 22nd and Thursday October 20th. Ramona Marion offers a financial budgeting class in the Tribal Advocate/ Clerks Buffalo Office for all territory enrolled senecas that utilize their services. There is a limit of 10 per class and others will be added to the list for the following month. The budgeting class begins at 9 am and ends and 3 pm. Please call Ramona Marion at (716) 951-7555 to register or for more information.
    Financial Budgeting Class
  • Scholastic Book Fair (Thursday)
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    @ECLC Library
    Questions? Call Dept. of Education @ 532-3341.
    Scholastic Book Fair (Thursday)
  • Yoga for Kids!
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Open to all children ages 4-12 years. Wear comfortable clothes. Kids not in the Recreation program should be accompanied by an adult. Mats will be provided. Instructed by Andrea John, 716-945-5894 ext. 5236.
    Yoga for Kids!
  • Verve Dance Studio Class
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    @CCC
    Yup, they are coming to the ccc for classes. Sign up today.
    Verve Dance Studio Class
  • Peter B Jones Lecture - "A Life in Clay"
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    @Seneca Iroquois National Museum
    Part of the 2016 Fall Lecture Series, Peter B Jones will be giving an Artist Talk on "A Life in Clay"
    Peter B Jones Lecture - "A Life in Clay"
  • Beading Circle With Charla
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    @44 Seneca St. (TV Room)
    Anyone is welcome to join us for beading. Please bring your own materials - scissors, beading needles (sz. 10), Stiff Stuff & beads (3 or 4 different colors sz. 10). A dish to pass would be greatly appreciated.
    Beading Circle With Charla
Sep 23 Friday
Sep 24 Saturday
Sep 25 Sunday
Sep 26 Monday
  • Scholastic Book Fair (Monday)
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    @ECLC Library
    Questions? Call Dept. of Education @ 532-3341.
    Scholastic Book Fair (Monday)
  • Beading Basics Series
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    @Saylor Dining Room
    Participants will learn the foundational stitches and techniques for making their very own Haundeosaunee style raised beadwork. Pre-registration is required, call 716-532-8162 to register. This Seneca Language & Culture department community class is taught by Samantha Jacobs.
    Beading Basics Series
Sep 27 Tuesday
  • Seneca Nation Farmers Market
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    @Seneca One Stop Roundabout of Rout 5 and 20 Irving NY, 14081
    Farmers's market - Tuesdays 10am - 3pm at the Seneca Onestop in Irving. Vendors Welcome.
    Seneca Nation Farmers Market
  • Scholastic Book Fair (Tuesday)
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    @ECLC Library
    Questions? Call Dept. of Education @ 532-3341.
    Scholastic Book Fair (Tuesday)
  • Social Security Representative Visit
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    @Supportive Services Building 210 Thomas Indian School Drive Ext.
    Appointments recommended but walk-ins welcomed. Call Robin Jones or Amber Bennett for appointment (716) 532-4900 Extension 5151
    Social Security Representative Visit
  • Basket Class
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    @Seneca Iroquois National Museum
    Students will make a round quart sized basket with inset handle. Registration required. $45 fee, supplies included. Classes are Tuesdays, September 13, 20, & 27th from 5:30-8:00pm.
    Basket Class
  • Open Bead Group
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    @Saylor Dining Room
    Need a place to work on your half finished beadwork projects? Need some inspiration to continue a beadwork project? Come on down to the Saylor dining room Tuesday evenings and join the fun. This bead group is open to beaders of all levels, new through advanced. Each beader will bring and work on their own projects. Potluck dishes are welcome!
    Open Bead Group
Sep 28 Wednesday
  • Corn Husk Doll Class
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    @Saylor Dining Room
    This free Seneca Language & Culture department community class will teach the participants how to make their very own corn husk doll and the traditional story the doll comes from. Limited class size and pre-registration required. Instructor: Samantha Jacobs.
    Corn Husk Doll Class
Sep 29 Thursday
  • Yoga for Kids!
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Open to all children ages 4-12 years. Wear comfortable clothes. Kids not in the Recreation program should be accompanied by an adult. Mats will be provided. Instructed by Andrea John, 716-945-5894 ext. 5236.
    Yoga for Kids!
  • Verve Dance Studio Class
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    @CCC
    Yup, they are coming to the ccc for classes. Sign up today.
    Verve Dance Studio Class
  • Seneca Filmmaker Terry Jones Lecture
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    @Seneca Iroquois National Museum
    Part of the 2016 Fall Lecture Series, Seneca filmmaker Terry Jones will present an evening of short films and discussion.
    Seneca Filmmaker Terry Jones Lecture
Sep 30 Friday
  • Catt. E.C.L.C Grandparents Day
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    @Catt. ECLC
    Grandparents are invited to a luncheon/snack with their grandchildren at E.C.L.C.! Parents please notify child's teacher of grandparents attending. Thank You!
    Catt. E.C.L.C Grandparents Day
Oct 1 Saturday