Seneca Nation of Indians Master Calendar

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‹‹ October December ›› November 2017
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Oct 29 Sunday
  • CCC Halloween 5K
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    @CCC
    Come dressed in your favoriate costume. Enjoy the post race party!
    CCC Halloween 5K
  • Sewing Bee Session
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    @Stanley Sully Huff Heritage Center
    Bring in new or old projects, and we can help you finish. We have sewing machines, Pins, Irons, and a lot of moral support through out your projects. All are welcome.
    Sewing Bee Session
  • Trunk Or Treat @ CCC
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    @CCC
    Come on down and decorate your trunk for all the little one's! Free to participate.
    Trunk Or Treat @ CCC
  • Social Fundraiser
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    @Newtown Cookhouse
    See flyer.
    Social Fundraiser
Oct 30 Monday
  • Speaking to Teens About Recovery
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    @Catt. Library
    Speaking to Teens about Recovery.
    Speaking to Teens About Recovery
  • Seneca Language Class @ BNRC (Mondays)
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center (BNRC) 533 Amherst St. Buffalo, NY, 14207
    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. *Please see flyer for topics* 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 @ BNRC (Mondays)
  • Women's Mini Basketball Tournament
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    @CCC
    Cash Prize
    Women's Mini Basketball Tournament
  • Teen Craft Club
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    @Stanley "Sully" Huff Heritage Center
    A free opportunity open to teens who want to learn how to do our traditional arts & crafts. The club is sponsored by the Cattaraugus Seneca Language & Culture department in partnership with the Native Roots Artists Guild.
    Teen Craft Club
Oct 31 Tuesday
  • Mobile Veggie Stand (Tuesday)
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    @Community Health and Wellness Center 36 Thomas Indian School Drive, Irving
    The mobile veggie stand opens on June 13th and features County Line Farm. Every Tuesday & Friday @ 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the CHWC. For more information: Madeline Graham, CHWC Receptionist, at 716-532-8223, ext. 5225. See Flyer!
    Mobile Veggie Stand (Tuesday)
  • Primal Strength Class (Tuesdays)
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    @LRJHC Grand Room
    This class will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday starting 10/24 for six weeks. Please contact Will Maybee at 945-5894 ext. 3243 or email wmaybee@senecahealth.org with any questions or to determine if your fitness level is suitable for Primal Strength.
    Primal Strength Class (Tuesdays)
  • Open Bead Group
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    @Stanley Huff Heritage Center
    The open bead group meets every Tuesday evening. Bring your works in progress and join the fun!
    Open Bead Group
  • Tabata Training
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    @Acc Gym
    See flyer.
    Tabata Training
  • ACC Swimming Lessons (Tuesdays)
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    ACC Swimming Lessons (Tuesdays)
  • Boxing Class (Tuesday Class)
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    @CCC
    Come train like the pros do!
    Boxing Class (Tuesday Class)
Nov 1 Wednesday
  • Seneca Language Class @ BNRC (Wednesdays)
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center (BNRC) 533 Amherst St. Buffalo, NY, 14207
    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. *Please see flyer for topics* 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 @ BNRC (Wednesdays)
  • Beading Basics Class
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    @Stanley Huff Heritage Center
    Learn the foundational beading stitches used in our Haudenosaunee beadwork. Limited class size, registration required. Class taught by Samantha Jacobs.
    Beading Basics Class
Nov 2 Thursday
  • SNI Farmer's Market
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    @Saylor Community Bldg Parking Lot
    Every Thursday starting August 24th, please join us as we rebuild the official Nation sponsored Farmer's Market
    SNI Farmer's Market
  • Primal Strength Class (Thursdays)
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    @LRJHC Grand Room
    This class will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday starting 10/24 for six weeks. Please contact Will Maybee at 945-5894 ext. 3243 or email wmaybee@senecahealth.org with any questions or to determine if your fitness level is suitable for Primal Strength.
    Primal Strength Class (Thursdays)
  • Beading Circle w/ Charla
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    @44 Seneca St.—TV room
    Anyone is welcome to join us for beading. Please bring your own mate-rials if you’re a Beginnerrials Beginner——Sz. 10 beading needles, Sz. 10 beads (3 or 4 colors), Sz. B or D thread, “Stiff Stuff” & scissors. Or bring a project your already working on. A dish to pass would be appreciated……. Nya:wehalready weh December 14th will be our cookie exchange we’ve been partici-pating in the last several years together. So come on Ladies bring in your 3 dozen cookies each & containers to take all those delicious goodies home in. Also if everyone could bring in a dish to pass that would be awesome for our little Christmas get together!!! And if everyone could bring in a gift each—preferably a beaded item for our Gift Exchange. Nya:wëh
    Beading Circle w/ Charla
  • Discussion Series: Gai:wiyo:h Good Word Part Two
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    @ECLC Cultural Commons
    Discussion Series Gai:wiyo:h “Good Word” Part Two with Travis Stafford & Chris Tallchief
    Discussion Series: Gai:wiyo:h Good Word Part Two
  • ACC Swimming Lessons (Thursdays)
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    ACC Swimming Lessons (Thursdays)
  • Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
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    @CCC
    Come train like the pros do!
    Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
  • Allegany Men's Talking Circle
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    @Allegany Seneca Strong Building 938 R.C. Hoag Drive Salamanca NY
    FOR TRANSPORTATION, CALL 716‐945‐8413
    Allegany Men's Talking Circle
  • Community Conversational Seneca Class
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    @Room 1118 25 Center St. Salamanca, NY
    See flyer for details.
    Community Conversational Seneca Class
Nov 3 Friday
  • From Tree to Basket Mini Day Camp
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    @Seneca-Iroquois National Museum
    The Seneca-Iroquois National Museum will hold 2 sessions of day camp on Friday November 3rd. 10am-12pm for 5-8 year olds, 1pm-3pm for 9-12 year olds. Youth attending will learn about the process of how splint baskets are made "From Tree to Basket". $20 per session, per child, call and reserve your spot. Credit/Debit cards are accepted. All monies are non-refundable.
    From Tree to Basket Mini Day Camp
  • Indian Taco Sale
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    @Allegany Community Center - MPR
    Indian Taco Sale at ACC
    Indian Taco Sale
  • Buffalo Native Resource Center Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting and Luncheon
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    @533 Amherst Street (Rear of the American Legion Post)
    Please join us for a ribbon cutting ceremony and luncheon to celebrate the grand re-opening of the Buffalo Native Resource Center. President Todd Gates will facilitate the ribbon cutting ceremony. Featured speakers include Jonel Beauvais (Mohawk) of the Akwesasne Seven Dancers Coalition, and Yolanda Smith, who will do a plantain salve making demonstration and a talk on native medicines. We will also be announcing a bead making class, lead by Laura Rodriguez and sponsored by the Seven Dancers Coalition.
    Buffalo Native Resource Center Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting and Luncheon
Nov 4 Saturday
Nov 5 Sunday
  • Moccasin Class (Nov. 5th)
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    @Stanley Huff Heritage Center
    A Seneca Language & Culture Department community class. You must provide your own leather, the rest of the supplies are provided. Each class is a stand alone class, everyone will make their own pattern, and walk away with a pair of moccasins. Instructor: Samantha Jacobs, limited class sizes, pre-registration required. To register, call: 716-532-8161.
    Moccasin Class (Nov. 5th)
  • Sewing Bee Session
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    @Stanley Sully Huff Heritage Center
    Bring in new or old projects, and we can help you finish. We have sewing machines, Pins, Irons, and a lot of moral support through out your projects. All are welcome.
    Sewing Bee Session
Nov 6 Monday
  • Seneca Language Class @ BNRC (Mondays)
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center (BNRC) 533 Amherst St. Buffalo, NY, 14207
    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. *Please see flyer for topics* 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 @ BNRC (Mondays)
  • Teen Craft Club
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    @Stanley "Sully" Huff Heritage Center
    A free opportunity open to teens who want to learn how to do our traditional arts & crafts. The club is sponsored by the Cattaraugus Seneca Language & Culture department in partnership with the Native Roots Artists Guild.
    Teen Craft Club
Nov 7 Tuesday
  • Primal Strength Class (Tuesdays)
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    @LRJHC Grand Room
    This class will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday starting 10/24 for six weeks. Please contact Will Maybee at 945-5894 ext. 3243 or email wmaybee@senecahealth.org with any questions or to determine if your fitness level is suitable for Primal Strength.
    Primal Strength Class (Tuesdays)
  • Open Bead Group
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    @Stanley Huff Heritage Center
    The open bead group meets every Tuesday evening. Bring your works in progress and join the fun!
    Open Bead Group
  • Functional Core Training Class (Tuesdays)
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    Functional Core Training Class (Tuesdays)
  • Boxing Class (Tuesday Class)
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    @CCC
    Come train like the pros do!
    Boxing Class (Tuesday Class)
Nov 8 Wednesday
  • Native American Heritage Month: Community Dinner & Social
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    @Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino Event Center
    Seneca Resorts & Casinos will be hosting the annual Community Dinner and Social, celebrating Native American Heritage Month. Free to the Public!
    Native American Heritage Month: Community Dinner & Social
  • Kids Craft Night
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    @Seneca Nation Library Catt-Branch
    Kids Craft Night
    Kids Craft Night
  • Seneca Language Class @ BNRC (Wednesdays)
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center (BNRC) 533 Amherst St. Buffalo, NY, 14207
    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. *Please see flyer for topics* 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 @ BNRC (Wednesdays)
  • Beading Basics Class
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    @Stanley Huff Heritage Center
    Learn the foundational beading stitches used in our Haudenosaunee beadwork. Limited class size, registration required. Class taught by Samantha Jacobs.
    Beading Basics Class
  • Catt. Men's Talking Circle
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    @Catt. Seneca Strong Office 12861 Rte. 438 Irving, NY 14081
    FOR TRANSPORTATION, CALL 716‐532‐8456.
    Catt. Men's Talking Circle
Nov 9 Thursday
  • SNI Farmer's Market
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    @Saylor Community Bldg Parking Lot
    Every Thursday starting August 24th, please join us as we rebuild the official Nation sponsored Farmer's Market
    SNI Farmer's Market
  • Primal Strength Class (Thursdays)
    -
    @LRJHC Grand Room
    This class will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday starting 10/24 for six weeks. Please contact Will Maybee at 945-5894 ext. 3243 or email wmaybee@senecahealth.org with any questions or to determine if your fitness level is suitable for Primal Strength.
    Primal Strength Class (Thursdays)
  • Weekly Beading Classes at BNRC
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center 533 Amherst St. Buffalo NY. 716-845-6304
    oin the Buffalo Native Resource Center for weekly beading classes sponsored by the Seven Dancers Coalition. The classes will run every Thursday afternoon from 1pm to 3 pm, November 9th through December 14th. Laura Jamieson-Rodriguez will be the instructor and will have beading kits for the classes available for purchase for $10 a piece.
    Weekly Beading Classes at BNRC
  • Functional Core Training Class (Thursdays)
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    Functional Core Training Class (Thursdays)
  • Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
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    @CCC
    Come train like the pros do!
    Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
  • Allegany Men's Talking Circle
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    @Allegany Seneca Strong Building 938 R.C. Hoag Drive Salamanca NY
    FOR TRANSPORTATION, CALL 716‐945‐8413
    Allegany Men's Talking Circle
  • Community Conversational Seneca Class
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    @Room 1118 25 Center St. Salamanca, NY
    See flyer for details.
    Community Conversational Seneca Class
Nov 10 Friday
Nov 11 Saturday
  • Veterans Day Event
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    @Seneca Allegany Administration Building
    Join us in honoring our veterans!
    Veterans Day Event
  • Former Council Office Restoration Open House
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    @8156 Old Route 17 - Former Council House.
    The Former Council House - Open house Placed on the National Register of Historic Places on 11/06/17 Open House on 11/11/17 Restoration Project completed by T.H.P.O. partnered with the Seneca Training Center.
    Former Council Office Restoration Open House
Nov 12 Sunday
  • Sewing Bee Session
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    @Stanley Sully Huff Heritage Center
    Bring in new or old projects, and we can help you finish. We have sewing machines, Pins, Irons, and a lot of moral support through out your projects. All are welcome.
    Sewing Bee Session
Nov 13 Monday
  • Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Kids Movie Night
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    @Seneca Nation Library Catt-Branch
    Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Kids Movie Night
    Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Kids Movie Night
  • Seneca Language Class @ BNRC (Mondays)
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center (BNRC) 533 Amherst St. Buffalo, NY, 14207
    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. *Please see flyer for topics* 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 @ BNRC (Mondays)
  • Teen Craft Club
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    @Stanley "Sully" Huff Heritage Center
    A free opportunity open to teens who want to learn how to do our traditional arts & crafts. The club is sponsored by the Cattaraugus Seneca Language & Culture department in partnership with the Native Roots Artists Guild.
    Teen Craft Club
Nov 14 Tuesday
  • Primal Strength Class (Tuesdays)
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    @LRJHC Grand Room
    This class will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday starting 10/24 for six weeks. Please contact Will Maybee at 945-5894 ext. 3243 or email wmaybee@senecahealth.org with any questions or to determine if your fitness level is suitable for Primal Strength.
    Primal Strength Class (Tuesdays)
  • Moccasin Making Class
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    @Seneca Nation Library Catt-Branch
    Moccasin Making
    Moccasin Making Class
  • Seneca Money Course - Understanding Debt & Credit
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    @CCC - 14th ACC - 15th
    A money principles course for a happier, healthier, more productive life. Course is open to all Seneca Nation Members and is designed for ages 14 and up. See flyer for more information.
    Seneca Money Course - Understanding Debt & Credit
  • Open Bead Group
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    @Stanley Huff Heritage Center
    The open bead group meets every Tuesday evening. Bring your works in progress and join the fun!
    Open Bead Group
  • Functional Core Training Class (Tuesdays)
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    Functional Core Training Class (Tuesdays)
  • Boxing Class (Tuesday Class)
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    @CCC
    Come train like the pros do!
    Boxing Class (Tuesday Class)
Nov 15 Wednesday
  • Seneca Money Course - Understanding Debt & Credit
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    @CCC - 14th ACC - 15th
    A money principles course for a happier, healthier, more productive life. Course is open to all Seneca Nation Members and is designed for ages 14 and up. See flyer for more information.
    Seneca Money Course - Understanding Debt & Credit
  • Rock Your Mocs Social
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    @Eduaction Department/Catt
    Rock Your Mocs Social
    Rock Your Mocs Social
  • Seneca Language Class @ BNRC (Wednesdays)
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center (BNRC) 533 Amherst St. Buffalo, NY, 14207
    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. *Please see flyer for topics* 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 @ BNRC (Wednesdays)
  • Buffalo Native Youth Gathering
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center 135 Delaware Ave. Suite 300 Buffalo, NY 14202
    Youth are invited to come and share ideas, talk openly and honestly with their peers, talk about youth issues, plan events, express their interests. Food will be provided. Transportation can always be arranged if you need it let us know. Call 845-6304
    Buffalo Native Youth Gathering
  • Beading Basics Class
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    @Stanley Huff Heritage Center
    Learn the foundational beading stitches used in our Haudenosaunee beadwork. Limited class size, registration required. Class taught by Samantha Jacobs.
    Beading Basics Class
Nov 16 Thursday
  • SNI Farmer's Market
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    @Saylor Community Bldg Parking Lot
    Every Thursday starting August 24th, please join us as we rebuild the official Nation sponsored Farmer's Market
    SNI Farmer's Market
  • Primal Strength Class (Thursdays)
    -
    @LRJHC Grand Room
    This class will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday starting 10/24 for six weeks. Please contact Will Maybee at 945-5894 ext. 3243 or email wmaybee@senecahealth.org with any questions or to determine if your fitness level is suitable for Primal Strength.
    Primal Strength Class (Thursdays)
  • Weekly Beading Classes at BNRC
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center 533 Amherst St. Buffalo NY. 716-845-6304
    oin the Buffalo Native Resource Center for weekly beading classes sponsored by the Seven Dancers Coalition. The classes will run every Thursday afternoon from 1pm to 3 pm, November 9th through December 14th. Laura Jamieson-Rodriguez will be the instructor and will have beading kits for the classes available for purchase for $10 a piece.
    Weekly Beading Classes at BNRC
  • Beading Circle w/ Charla
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    @44 Seneca St.—TV room
    Anyone is welcome to join us for beading. Please bring your own mate-rials if you’re a Beginnerrials Beginner——Sz. 10 beading needles, Sz. 10 beads (3 or 4 colors), Sz. B or D thread, “Stiff Stuff” & scissors. Or bring a project your already working on. A dish to pass would be appreciated……. Nya:wehalready weh December 14th will be our cookie exchange we’ve been partici-pating in the last several years together. So come on Ladies bring in your 3 dozen cookies each & containers to take all those delicious goodies home in. Also if everyone could bring in a dish to pass that would be awesome for our little Christmas get together!!! And if everyone could bring in a gift each—preferably a beaded item for our Gift Exchange. Nya:wëh
    Beading Circle w/ Charla
  • Functional Core Training Class (Thursdays)
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    Functional Core Training Class (Thursdays)
  • Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
    -
    @CCC
    Come train like the pros do!
    Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
  • Allegany Men's Talking Circle
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    @Allegany Seneca Strong Building 938 R.C. Hoag Drive Salamanca NY
    FOR TRANSPORTATION, CALL 716‐945‐8413
    Allegany Men's Talking Circle
  • Pie Making Demonstration w/ Joyce Gates
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    @BNRC 533 Amherst St. Buffalo, NY 14207
    Join master pie maker Joyce Gates as she walks you through how to make apple, lemon meringue and pumpkin pie, just in time for Thanksgiving. Then enjoy some a slice with some ice cream. To register, please call 716-845-6304.
    Pie Making Demonstration w/ Joyce Gates
Nov 17 Friday
  • Ham & Turkey Raffle
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    @12879 Route 438 Irving
    Get ready for the holidays with the best meat raffle in the area!!!
    Ham & Turkey Raffle
Nov 18 Saturday
  • Annual Christmas Bazaar
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    Annual Christmas Bazaar
  • NFL Flag Football Tournament
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    @CCC
    Free Event! Grab your team and come play!
    NFL Flag Football Tournament
  • Social Harvest & Cake Walk
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    @533 Amherst St. Buffalo, NY 14207
    Come enjoy a catered turkey dinner followed by an Iroquois social, as we gather to see family and requests and celebrate the harvest season. We will start the day off with breakfast and a fishing derby. Call to register, 716-845-6304
    Social Harvest & Cake Walk
Nov 19 Sunday
  • Moccasin Class (Nov. 19th)
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    @Stanley Huff Heritage Center
    A Seneca Language & Culture Department community class. You must provide your own leather, the rest of the supplies are provided. Each class is a stand alone class, everyone will make their own pattern, and walk away with a pair of moccasins. Instructor: Samantha Jacobs, limited class sizes, pre-registration required. To register, call: 716-532-8161.
    Moccasin Class (Nov. 19th)
  • Sewing Bee Session
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    @Stanley Sully Huff Heritage Center
    Bring in new or old projects, and we can help you finish. We have sewing machines, Pins, Irons, and a lot of moral support through out your projects. All are welcome.
    Sewing Bee Session
Nov 20 Monday
  • Annual Cattaraugus Marshal Elders Bingo
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    @C.I.R.V.F.D.
    The Cattaraugus Marshal Department is inviting our Elders (55+) to our annual Elders Bingo. It's set for Monday November 20th, with spaghetti dinner starting at 5pm. Bingo will begin at 6pm, PROMPTLY, with cash payouts. As always, this is a free event offered to our elders, so don't hesitate in planning to join us on Monday. $10 Fall Cash Raffle tickets will be on sale until the end of Bingo, and the drawing will take place at that time (approximately 8:30 pm). Winners will be promptly notified by phone, if not present.
    Annual Cattaraugus Marshal Elders Bingo
  • Seneca Language Class @ BNRC (Mondays)
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center (BNRC) 533 Amherst St. Buffalo, NY, 14207
    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. *Please see flyer for topics* 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 @ BNRC (Mondays)
  • Teen Craft Club
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    @Stanley "Sully" Huff Heritage Center
    A free opportunity open to teens who want to learn how to do our traditional arts & crafts. The club is sponsored by the Cattaraugus Seneca Language & Culture department in partnership with the Native Roots Artists Guild.
    Teen Craft Club
  • Fall Cash Raffle Drawing
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    @CIRVFD
    Autumn is here and that signals the start of the Cattaraugus Marshal Community Outreach Program FALL CASH RAFFLE. $10 tickets are now available. Just ask any Cattaraugus Marshal, Dispatcher, or stop in to the Marshal office inside the William Seneca Building. The drawing will be on Monday November 20th, at the conclusion of the Annual Elders Bingo. Bingo is set to begin @ 7 pm, @ the C.I.R.V.F.D. Upon completion of Bingo, we will draw the winners. You do not have to be present to win, but you do have to be IN IT TO WIN IT!
    Fall Cash Raffle Drawing
Nov 21 Tuesday
  • Primal Strength Class (Tuesdays)
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    @LRJHC Grand Room
    This class will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday starting 10/24 for six weeks. Please contact Will Maybee at 945-5894 ext. 3243 or email wmaybee@senecahealth.org with any questions or to determine if your fitness level is suitable for Primal Strength.
    Primal Strength Class (Tuesdays)
  • Moccasin Making Class
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    @Seneca Nation Library Catt-Branch
    Moccasin Making
    Moccasin Making Class
  • Open Bead Group
    -
    @Stanley Huff Heritage Center
    The open bead group meets every Tuesday evening. Bring your works in progress and join the fun!
    Open Bead Group
  • Functional Core Training Class (Tuesdays)
    -
    @ACC
    See flyer.
    Functional Core Training Class (Tuesdays)
  • Boxing Class (Tuesday Class)
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    @CCC
    Come train like the pros do!
    Boxing Class (Tuesday Class)
Nov 22 Wednesday
  • Seneca Language Class @ BNRC (Wednesdays)
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center (BNRC) 533 Amherst St. Buffalo, NY, 14207
    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. *Please see flyer for topics* 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 @ BNRC (Wednesdays)
  • Catt. Men's Talking Circle
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    @Catt. Seneca Strong Office 12861 Rte. 438 Irving, NY 14081
    FOR TRANSPORTATION, CALL 716‐532‐8456.
    Catt. Men's Talking Circle
Nov 23 Thursday
  • SNI Farmer's Market
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    @Saylor Community Bldg Parking Lot
    Every Thursday starting August 24th, please join us as we rebuild the official Nation sponsored Farmer's Market
    SNI Farmer's Market
  • Primal Strength Class (Thursdays)
    -
    @LRJHC Grand Room
    This class will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday starting 10/24 for six weeks. Please contact Will Maybee at 945-5894 ext. 3243 or email wmaybee@senecahealth.org with any questions or to determine if your fitness level is suitable for Primal Strength.
    Primal Strength Class (Thursdays)
  • Weekly Beading Classes at BNRC
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center 533 Amherst St. Buffalo NY. 716-845-6304
    oin the Buffalo Native Resource Center for weekly beading classes sponsored by the Seven Dancers Coalition. The classes will run every Thursday afternoon from 1pm to 3 pm, November 9th through December 14th. Laura Jamieson-Rodriguez will be the instructor and will have beading kits for the classes available for purchase for $10 a piece.
    Weekly Beading Classes at BNRC
  • Functional Core Training Class (Thursdays)
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    Functional Core Training Class (Thursdays)
  • Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
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    @CCC
    Come train like the pros do!
    Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
  • Allegany Men's Talking Circle
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    @Allegany Seneca Strong Building 938 R.C. Hoag Drive Salamanca NY
    FOR TRANSPORTATION, CALL 716‐945‐8413
    Allegany Men's Talking Circle
Nov 24 Friday
Nov 25 Saturday
  • Elder's Christmas Bazaar
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    @Wini Kettle Senior Center
    AOA Elder's Christmas Bazaar
    Elder's Christmas Bazaar
Nov 26 Sunday
Nov 27 Monday
  • Seneca Language Class @ BNRC (Mondays)
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center (BNRC) 533 Amherst St. Buffalo, NY, 14207
    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. *Please see flyer for topics* 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 @ BNRC (Mondays)
  • Teen Craft Club
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    @Stanley "Sully" Huff Heritage Center
    A free opportunity open to teens who want to learn how to do our traditional arts & crafts. The club is sponsored by the Cattaraugus Seneca Language & Culture department in partnership with the Native Roots Artists Guild.
    Teen Craft Club
Nov 28 Tuesday
  • Food Safety Training
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    @ACC
    Free and open to Native farmers and food businesses! PRODUCE SAFETY TRAINING coming to your area! Register NOW to reserve your space! November 28, 2017 8 am to 5 pm Allegany Community Center Jo-Jo Redeye Room 3677 Administration Dr Salamanca, NY 14779 IFAI legal and business experts will be on site to answer your questions! Receive a Produce Safety Alliance certificate! This training is hosted by the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative in cooperation with the Intertribal Agriculture Council and Food Is Our Medicine. Participants will learn about FSMA Produce Safety Rule requirements and details on how to develop a farm food safety plan. Participants will be eligible to receive a certificate from the Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO) that verifies they have completed the training course. To receive an AFDO certificate, a participant must be present for the entire training and submit the appropriate paperwork to their trainer at the end of the course. The Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative (IFAI) was selected by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to provide Native American Outreach, Training, Technical Assistance and Education to ensure compliance with the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). The FSMA was passed by Congress in 2010 and the final requirements implementing the FSMA were put into place in late 2015. What to Expect at the Produce Grower Training Course Fruit and vegetable growers who plan to sell produce in the marketplace must meet the Food Safety Modernization Act Produce Safety Rule requirement that requires "At least one supervisor or responsible party for your farm must have successfully completed food safety training equivalent to that received under standardized curriculum recognized by the Food and Drug Administration." Participants will learn about FSMA Produce Safety Rule requirements and details on how to develop a farm food safety plan. Participants will be eligible to receive a certificate that verifies they have completed the training course. To receive a certificate, a participant must be present for the entire training and submit the appropriate paperwork to their trainer at the end of the course. There is NO COST to attend the course. Limited travel scholarships are available. First come first served. Register NOW or ask about a travel scholarship by sending an email with name and address to Sandy Martini at smartini@uark.edu.
    Food Safety Training
  • Tai Chi at LRJHC (Tuesdays)
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    @LRJHC Grand Room
    This class will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday starting 11/28 for 8 weeks. Class is catered toward older adults, and those receiving services at the health center. Please contact Will Maybee at 945-5894 ext. 3243 or email wmaybee@senecahealth.org with any questions.
    Tai Chi at LRJHC (Tuesdays)
  • Primal Strength Class (Tuesdays)
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    @LRJHC Grand Room
    This class will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday starting 10/24 for six weeks. Please contact Will Maybee at 945-5894 ext. 3243 or email wmaybee@senecahealth.org with any questions or to determine if your fitness level is suitable for Primal Strength.
    Primal Strength Class (Tuesdays)
  • Moccasin Making Class
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    @Seneca Nation Library Catt-Branch
    Moccasin Making
    Moccasin Making Class
  • Open Bead Group
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    @Stanley Huff Heritage Center
    The open bead group meets every Tuesday evening. Bring your works in progress and join the fun!
    Open Bead Group
  • Functional Core Training Class (Tuesdays)
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    Functional Core Training Class (Tuesdays)
Nov 29 Wednesday
  • Antler Carving with Hayden Haynes
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    @Seneca Nation Library Catt-Branch
    Hayden Haynes Presentation
    Antler Carving with Hayden Haynes
  • Seneca Language Class @ BNRC (Wednesdays)
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center (BNRC) 533 Amherst St. Buffalo, NY, 14207
    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. *Please see flyer for topics* 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 @ BNRC (Wednesdays)
Nov 30 Thursday
  • SNI Farmer's Market
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    @Saylor Community Bldg Parking Lot
    Every Thursday starting August 24th, please join us as we rebuild the official Nation sponsored Farmer's Market
    SNI Farmer's Market
  • Tai Chi at LRJHC (Thursdays)
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    @LRJHC Grand Room
    This class will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday starting 11/28 for 8 weeks. Class is catered toward older adults, and those receiving services at the health center. Please contact Will Maybee at 945-5894 ext. 3243 or email wmaybee@senecahealth.org with any questions.
    Tai Chi at LRJHC (Thursdays)
  • Primal Strength Class (Thursdays)
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    @LRJHC Grand Room
    This class will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday starting 10/24 for six weeks. Please contact Will Maybee at 945-5894 ext. 3243 or email wmaybee@senecahealth.org with any questions or to determine if your fitness level is suitable for Primal Strength.
    Primal Strength Class (Thursdays)
  • Weekly Beading Classes at BNRC
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center 533 Amherst St. Buffalo NY. 716-845-6304
    oin the Buffalo Native Resource Center for weekly beading classes sponsored by the Seven Dancers Coalition. The classes will run every Thursday afternoon from 1pm to 3 pm, November 9th through December 14th. Laura Jamieson-Rodriguez will be the instructor and will have beading kits for the classes available for purchase for $10 a piece.
    Weekly Beading Classes at BNRC
  • Beading Circle w/ Charla
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    @44 Seneca St.—TV room
    Anyone is welcome to join us for beading. Please bring your own mate-rials if you’re a Beginnerrials Beginner——Sz. 10 beading needles, Sz. 10 beads (3 or 4 colors), Sz. B or D thread, “Stiff Stuff” & scissors. Or bring a project your already working on. A dish to pass would be appreciated……. Nya:wehalready weh December 14th will be our cookie exchange we’ve been partici-pating in the last several years together. So come on Ladies bring in your 3 dozen cookies each & containers to take all those delicious goodies home in. Also if everyone could bring in a dish to pass that would be awesome for our little Christmas get together!!! And if everyone could bring in a gift each—preferably a beaded item for our Gift Exchange. Nya:wëh
    Beading Circle w/ Charla
  • Functional Core Training Class (Thursdays)
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    Functional Core Training Class (Thursdays)
  • Allegany Men's Talking Circle
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    @Allegany Seneca Strong Building 938 R.C. Hoag Drive Salamanca NY
    FOR TRANSPORTATION, CALL 716‐945‐8413
    Allegany Men's Talking Circle
Dec 1 Friday
Dec 2 Saturday