Seneca Nation of Indians Master Calendar


‹‹ September November ›› October 2017
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Oct 1 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
Oct 2 Monday
  • Sash Making Class
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    @ACC Jo Jo Redeye Room
    See flyer.
    Sash Making Class
  • 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)
Oct 3 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)
  • 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
  • Cooking Class
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    @ACC Jo Jo Redeye Room
    See flyer.
    Cooking Class
  • 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)
Oct 4 Wednesday
  • Adult Craft Night - Witch Wreath
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    @Seneca Nation Library - Catt. Branch
    Halloween Door Decoration "Witch Wreath". All Materials Included.
    Adult Craft Night - Witch Wreath
  • 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
Oct 5 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
  • ACC Swimming Lessons (Thursdays)
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    ACC Swimming Lessons (Thursdays)
  • Ribbon Skirt Class
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    @Acc Jo Jo Redeye Rm
    See flyer.
    Ribbon Skirt Class
  • Community Conversational Seneca Class
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    @Room 1118 25 Center St. Salamanca, NY
    See flyer for details.
    Community Conversational Seneca Class
Oct 6 Friday
Oct 7 Saturday
Oct 8 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
Oct 9 Monday
  • Apple Canning
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    @Jo Jo Redeye Rm ACC
    Learn how to can Applesauce. See flyer for details.
    Apple Canning
  • Sash Making Class
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    @ACC Jo Jo Redeye Room
    See flyer.
    Sash Making Class
  • 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)
Oct 10 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)
  • SALC Car Safety Seat Event
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    @Seneca Arts and Learning Center
    You're Invited! See flyer for details.
    SALC Car Safety Seat Event
  • Apple Canning
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    @Jo Jo Redeye Rm ACC
    Learn how to can Applesauce. See flyer for details.
    Apple Canning
  • Allegany Traditional Medicine & Healing Group
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    @LRJHC Blue Room
    Salve making class with Yolanda Smith. Light refreshments will be available. For more information: Rosalind Ground at 716-945-5894 ext. 3359.
    Allegany Traditional Medicine & Healing Group
  • 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
  • Indigenous People's Day Celebration
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    @Gowanda High School
    Inviting all students and families to the Gowanda High School cafeteria to join in celebrating Indigenous People's Day.
    Indigenous People's Day Celebration
  • 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)
Oct 11 Wednesday
  • Inclusion Drives Innovation Session
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    @SAAB Grand room
    E&T has an event targeting employers to held on October 11, 2017, lunch and learn.
    Inclusion Drives Innovation Session
  • Kids Craft - Pumpkin Painting Contest
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    @Catt. Library 3 Thomas Indian School Drive Irving, NY 14081
    See flyer for details.
    Kids Craft - Pumpkin Painting Contest
  • Cattaraugus ECLC Open House
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    @Early Childhood Learning Center
    ECLC families are invited to come meet our teachers and staff! There will be classroom activities, a car seat safety check, basket raffles, bake sale and a $7 spaghetti & meatball dinner fundraiser. Learn about Head Start Policy Council, ECLC Parents Club and how to be a Volunteer! Get info on our different program areas offered at ECLC!
    Cattaraugus ECLC Open House
  • Education Department Catt. Open House
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    @ECLC Building - Suite 2
    Join us for our 1st Education Department Open House! Stop by and meet our staff and learn about our programs and services we offer to students, families and the community. Hope to see you on Wednesday, October 11th 5:30pm-7:00pm at the Education Department located in the ECLC Building, Suite 2.
    Education Department Catt. Open House
  • 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
Oct 12 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
  • Free Rabies Vaccination Clinic
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    @CIRVFD
    Sponsored by Environmental Health. Dogs, Cats and Ferrets Welcomed! Please bring proof of previous vaccination. Limited supplies available. First come, first serve!
    Free Rabies Vaccination Clinic
  • Film Screening of RUMBLE with Executive Producer Tim Johnson
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    @Ray Evans Seneca Theater 10 Main Street Salamanca, NY
    Seneca-Iroquois National Museum is please to host a special screening of the film RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World. Q&A to follow with Executive Producer Tim Johnson. Free Admission & open to the public. Come to Ray Evans Seneca Theater and find out how Native Americans influence popular music.
    Film Screening of RUMBLE with Executive Producer Tim Johnson
  • ACC Swimming Lessons (Thursdays)
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    ACC Swimming Lessons (Thursdays)
  • Ribbon Skirt Class
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    @Acc Jo Jo Redeye Rm
    See flyer.
    Ribbon Skirt Class
  • Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
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    @CCC
    Come train like the pros do!
    Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
  • Community Conversational Seneca Class
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    @Room 1118 25 Center St. Salamanca, NY
    See flyer for details.
    Community Conversational Seneca Class
Oct 13 Friday
  • Fundraiser Turkey Dinner
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    @Iroquois Post 1587
    Gatlin Isaac has been selected to play with the 3d Great Lakes Lacrosse Team and will be traveling to 3 tournaments in Massachusetts & Delaware.
    Fundraiser Turkey Dinner
Oct 14 Saturday
  • Ice Rink Grand Opening
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    @CCC
    Join us at the CCC on October 14th to celebrate the opening of the Seneca Ice Rink.
    Ice Rink Grand Opening
  • Native American Music Awards 2017
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    @Seneca Niagara Casino
    Join us for NAMA 2017. Tickets on sale now.
    Native American Music Awards 2017
Oct 15 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
Oct 16 Monday
  • Kids Movie Night - Hotel Transylvania 2
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    @Catt. Library
    See flyer for information.
    Kids Movie Night - Hotel Transylvania 2
  • Apple Canning @ CCC
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    @Catt. Community Center 12767 Route 438 Irving, NY 14081
    All are welcome. Supplies and dinner will be provided.
    Apple Canning @ CCC
  • Sash Making Class
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    @ACC Jo Jo Redeye Room
    See flyer.
    Sash Making Class
  • 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
Oct 17 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)
  • Apple Canning @ CCC
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    @Catt. Community Center 12767 Route 438 Irving, NY 14081
    All are welcome. Supplies and dinner will be provided.
    Apple Canning @ CCC
  • 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)
Oct 18 Wednesday
  • Adult Paint Night
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    @Catt-Branch Library
    See flyer for details.
    Adult Paint Night
  • Apple Canning @ CCC
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    @Catt. Community Center 12767 Route 438 Irving, NY 14081
    All are welcome. Supplies and dinner will be provided.
    Apple Canning @ CCC
  • 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
  • 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)
  • Genealogy 101 - Learn How To Build Your Family Tree
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    @ECLC Library
    Genealogy 101
    Genealogy 101 - Learn How To Build Your Family Tree
  • 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
Oct 19 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
  • 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
    Beading Circle w/ Charla
  • ACC Swimming Lessons (Thursdays)
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    ACC Swimming Lessons (Thursdays)
  • Ribbon Skirt Class
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    @Acc Jo Jo Redeye Rm
    See flyer.
    Ribbon Skirt Class
  • Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
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    @CCC
    Come train like the pros do!
    Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
  • Community Conversational Seneca Class
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    @Room 1118 25 Center St. Salamanca, NY
    See flyer for details.
    Community Conversational Seneca Class
Oct 20 Friday
  • Spaghetti Plate Sale Fundraiser
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    @Legion
    See flyer for details.
    Spaghetti Plate Sale Fundraiser
Oct 21 Saturday
Oct 22 Sunday
  • Moccasin Class (Oct. 22nd)
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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 (Oct. 22nd)
  • 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
Oct 23 Monday
  • Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training
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    @CHWC Room 126
    Presented by Child & Family Services. Highly recommended for any staff that needs to fulfill the mandated training requirement. Reservations are required! For more information or to sign up, contact Cindy Redeye at 716-532-8223 ext. 5453 by Oct. 16th.
    Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training
  • 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
Oct 24 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)
Oct 25 Wednesday
  • ECLC Pumpkin Parade
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    @ECLC
    Parents are invited to attend ECLC's Pumpkin Parade. Each classroom has a different theme and have created their own dress up outfits for the parade! Classrooms will also have their own fall activities. Any parents who are interested in volunteering to assist their child's classroom this day, please contact Alana Montour, Parent Involvement Coordinator Ext. 5304.
    ECLC Pumpkin Parade
  • Sugar Beaters
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    @CHWC, Room 126
    "What are Carbohydrates and Why Should I Care?" For more information contact: Department of Diabetes Prevention & Management at 716-532-5582 ext. 5293.
    Sugar Beaters
  • 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)
  • The Art of Making Frybread
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    @Education Dept Rm 1222
    Frybread making class
    The Art of Making Frybread
  • 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
Oct 26 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
  • Indian Taco Sale
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    @Saylor Building Dining Room
    $7 Tacos. See flyer for info.
    Indian Taco Sale
  • Allegany Solar Array Ribbon Cutting
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    @Steamburg Solar Array/ACC for lunch
    See attached invite.
    Allegany Solar Array Ribbon Cutting
  • Career Development Event
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    @Seneca Allegany Administrative Building
    Join Career Development on Thursday, October 26, 2017 for our community outreach event! Come and learn about the great opportunities Seneca Gaming Corporation has to offer. Light refreshments will be provided.
    Career Development Event
  • 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)
  • Domestic Violence Awareness Presentation (For Employees)
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    @CHWC Room 126
    Open to all Seneca Nation Employees. Hosted by Child & Family Services and Brian Mohr, Domestic Violence Coordinator, Erie County Sheriff's Office. For more information, Charisse Twoguns at 532-8223 ext. 5435.
    Domestic Violence Awareness Presentation (For Employees)
  • Domestic Violence Awareness Presentation (For Community)
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    @CHWC Room 126
    Open to all Seneca Nation Employees. Hosted by Child & Family Services and Brian Mohr, Domestic Violence Coordinator, Erie County Sheriff's Office. For more information, Charisse Twoguns at 532-8223 ext. 5435.
    Domestic Violence Awareness Presentation (For Community)
  • Tom Porter Presentation - Education of our Culture
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    @Seneca-Iroquois National Museum
    Tom Porter will speak at the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum on Thursday October 26th at 6pm on the Education of Our Culture. How Western society has and continues to influence cultural Traditions.
    Tom Porter Presentation - Education of our Culture
  • ACC Swimming Lessons (Thursdays)
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    @ACC
    See flyer.
    ACC Swimming Lessons (Thursdays)
  • Ribbon Skirt Class
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    @Acc Jo Jo Redeye Rm
    See flyer.
    Ribbon Skirt Class
  • Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
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    @CCC
    Come train like the pros do!
    Boxing Class (Thursday Class)
  • Community Conversational Seneca Class
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    @Room 1118 25 Center St. Salamanca, NY
    See flyer for details.
    Community Conversational Seneca Class
Oct 27 Friday
  • October Bake Sale
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    @Catt. Seneca Nation Library
    Halloween Treats & Snacks
    October Bake Sale
  • Tom Porter - The Good Mind
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    @Catt. Wellness Center
    See flyer.
    Tom Porter - The Good Mind
  • Freak Show Halloween Party
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    @CCC
    It's that time of year again... Not for the faint of heart!
    Freak Show Halloween Party
Oct 28 Saturday
  • Drug Take-Back Day
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    @Catt & Allegany Health Clinics
    On October 28th from 10am till 2pm the DEA is doing another national “Pill take back event” for people to dispose of their unused medication. The SNI will have 2 locations, both at our health clinics.
    Drug Take-Back Day
  • Pumpkin Patch
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    @SNI Catt. Library
    See flyer.
    Pumpkin Patch
  • Activity Day With The Buffalo Bills
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    @Saylor Community Building
    Pool Table & Ping Pong Tournaments. Information tables, free food, pictures & autographs with Buffalo Bills Alumni. Call to register: 532-8456.
    Activity Day With The Buffalo Bills
  • Trunk or Treat 2017 @ BNRC
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    @533 Amherst St. Buffalo, Parking Lot
    Join the Buffalo Native Resource Center for Halloween in a safe and fun way. Families will decorate their car trunks and try to win cash prizes for Best Overall Trunk and Scariest Trunk. Children can trick or treat from car to car and can win prizes in their age category. The first 100 Children to register will receive a free pumpkin. To register, call 716-845-6304 or see attached form.
    Trunk or Treat 2017 @ BNRC
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)
  • 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