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Rock The Park Today @ Red House Beach

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Allegany State Park and the Seneca Salamanca Chamber of Commerce are set to Rock The Park again this year. On Friday July 10th, the Red House Beach area will play host to music and some of the area's best craft vendors and artists.

Opening at 3:00 PM, the vendor area will feature a farmer's market, handmade native crafts, smoked meats, wine tasting from the Winery of Ellicottville and featured tastings from Southern Tier Brewery, Ellicottville Brewing Company and Four Mile Brewery.

Evening events will open up with Sean Patrick McGraw. McGraw, a Western New York native, gained national recognition in 2004 as a semi-finalist on USA Network's Nashville Star. Since then, he has continued to perform as well as write songs that have been licensed by ESPN and recorded by major country artist Montgomery Gentry. Also, his songs have been placed on TV programs such as HBO's True Blood and Sons of Anarchy. Sean is joining us this week all the way from Nashville, Tennessee. He will be followed by Bradford PA's own Marshmallow Overcoat, who first formed in 2008. The name comes from "The Last Waltz", a film documenting the final performance from "The Band". The band utilizes a sound reflecting the songwriting techniques of the sixties, while also using modern and contemporary rock aspects.

This free event begins at 3:00 P.M. and park admission is free after 5:00 PM. So don't miss out on the chance to spend the day in one of the most beautiful settings for crafts, fun, food, music and more.

For more information about Rock The Park please contact- Seneca Salamanca Chamber 716- 945-2034.

INDIANPRENEURSHIP "A Native American Journey into Business"

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INDIANPRENEURSHIP® “A Native American Journey into Business” is a basic business planning course for entrepreneurs who have a business idea but need help with getting a business started. The 3-day course will cover the topics of: 

  1. An Introduction to Entrepreneurship 
  2. Your Business Marketing Plan - Part I: Products and Services - Part II: Market Research
  3. Work Session – Market Analysis
  4. Your Business Location and Legal Issues 
  5. Record Keeping and Financial Statements
  6. Cash Planning 
  7. Work Session: Tools for Financial Management 
  8. Small Business Financing 
  9. Business Management 

The above training classes will be held on the Allegany Territory, in the Seneca Allegany Administration Building (SAAB), Room 316, July 21st. 22nd and 23rd, 9AM through 4:30PM daily.

The classes will be also be held on the Cattaraugus Territory, in the William Seneca Administration Building (WSB), Council Conference Room July 28th. 29th and 30th , 9AM through 4:30PM daily.

To preregister for the INDIANPRENEURSHIP® “A Native American Journey into Business, 3-Day Basic Business Planning Course please contact either; Michael John, SBI Program Director at 716-532-4900 ext. 5057 or email michael.john@sni.org Wayne Awald, SBI Business Advisor at 716-532-4900 ext. 5139 or email wayne.awald@sni.org.

Sponsored by the Seneca Nation Center for Business Growth (SNCBG) Small Business Incubator (SBI).

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July 2015 Seneca Language Newsletter

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This month's issue features a ASLN year end wrap up, Berry basics and a listing of several free actitivies to do with your kids during the summer.

The Gae:wanöhge′ is published the first monday of every month.  If you have any comments or questions, feel free to contact the editor at Samantha.Jacobs@sni.org.

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