Seneca Nation of Indians Master Calendar

‹‹ March May ›› April 2015
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Mar 29
Mar 30
  • 2015 Community Fair - Day 1 Events
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    @Cattaraugus Community Center
    Theme of today's events: Kids Day @ CCC 5k Run/Walk 9:00 - 11:00 Buffalo Museum of Science Presentation 11:00 - 12:00 Car Seat Check/Smoke House Demo 10:00 - 1:00 Kids Carnival w/ Games & Snacks 11:00 - 3:00 Community Lunch 12:00 - 1:00 Knighthawks Lax Clinic 2:00 - 4:00 Recreation Easter Egg Hunt 2:00 - 4:00 Bike Rodeo w/ Free Bike Drawing for Participants 3:00 - 4:00 HEP College Fair 4:00 - 6:00 Community Dinner 5:00 - 7:00 See attached for more information for each event - Also see the Schedule attachment to see an overview of all the activities for each day.
    2015 Community Fair - Day 1 Events
  • Annual Easter Egg Hunt
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    @Cattaraugus Community Center
    Come join us and the easter bunny as we hunt for eggs. Prizes for each age group, pony rides and farm critters.
    Annual Easter Egg Hunt
  • Lacrosse Clinic
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    @Cattaraugus Community Center
    The Rochester Knighthawks will be running a lacrosse clinic on march 30th from 2-4pm for ages 12 and up. Goalies are welcome to join us as well.
    Lacrosse Clinic
  • After-School Cultural Arts Program
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    @Location Varies Weekly
    As part of our effort to reach out to students, we will be visiting the surrounding school districts (Gowanda, Silver Creek, Lakeshore Middle School, Lakeshore High School) to conduct a Seneca Cultural Arts Activity for one week each month for the remaining school year. These classes are open to all middle and high school students; but will be limited to 10 students per session. They are free of charge. check with your local Title VII office to sign up and main office to arrange to catch your districts’ after school bus home. Example: If you attend GCS you will sign up for and attend only the March 9th, April 13th, and May 11th sessions. Please see the attached document to see the complete schedule and activities available. Contact Jordan Cooke at the SNI Education dept. for more information at 532-3341 or via email at jordan.cooke@sni.org.
    After-School Cultural Arts Program
  • Seneca Language & Culture Class - Buffalo Office
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center 135 Delaware Avenue, Suite 300 Buffalo, NY 14202 Cross Streets: Near the intersection of Delaware Ave. and W Mohawk St.
    Basic Seneca Language Class with Anne Tahamont, 6pm-8pm Culture Class featuring Basic Sewing Instructions with Dee Greene (Tuscarora) and Beanie Jamieson. Beanie & Dee are teaching Doll Making with Annuity Cloth Dolls followed by Ribbon Shirt Making Classes Schedule will be updated as new activities are planned. For more information, contact Beanie Jamieson at beanie.jamieson@sni.org or call the office at 716-845-6304. Will be changing to Mondays starting 1/19/15. From 6-9 pm, until May 11th.
    Seneca Language & Culture Class - Buffalo Office
  • Youth Basketball @ ACC
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Youth Basketball for ages 5-6 year olds @ ACC from 6:00pm-7:30pm Every Monday
    Youth Basketball @ ACC
Mar 31
  • INDIANPRENUERSHIP "A Native American Journey Into Business" Basic Business Planning Course (Allegany)
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    @Allegany Territory, Seneca Allegany Administration Building (SAAB)
    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, March 31, April 1 and April 2, 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
    INDIANPRENUERSHIP "A Native American Journey Into Business" Basic Business Planning Course (Allegany)
  • 2015 Community Fair - Day 2 Events
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    @Wellness Center
    Theme of today's events: Health Day @ Wellness Center Fitness Boot Camp 9:00 - 11:00 Chiavetta's Community Lunch 11:30 - 1:00 HOPE, BHU, Child & Family Open House/Meet & Greet Staff w/ Life Size Board Games 1:00 - 4:00 Food Is Our Medicine Cooking Challenge 6:00 - 9:00 Family Movie Night - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles w/ Activities. Pizza Party, & Door Prizes (Saylor Building) 7:00 - 9:00 See attached for more information for each event - Also see the Schedule attachment to see an overview of all the activities for each day.
    2015 Community Fair - Day 2 Events
  • Winter Farmers Market
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    @William Seneca Building Lobby 12837 Route 438 Irving, NY 14081
    Local Farmers Bringing You Local Food! The mission of our market is to provide a venue where regional farmers, food producers, crafters and artisans come together to provide a variety of high-quality, locally-grown healthy food options, organic produce, grass fed animal products and handcrafted goods directly to Seneca Nation members and surrounding communities.
    Winter Farmers Market
  • Swim Lessons (Tuesday Sessions)
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Swim lessons for ages 4 and up, taught by Head Lifegaurd, Camille. Taking the first 15 to sign-up. Sign-ups start now and go until Friday 3/13. Call 945-8119 ext 3703 with any questions.
    Swim Lessons (Tuesday Sessions)
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  • INDIANPRENUERSHIP "A Native American Journey Into Business" Basic Business Planning Course (Allegany)
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    @Allegany Territory, Seneca Allegany Administration Building (SAAB)
    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, March 31, April 1 and April 2, 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
    INDIANPRENUERSHIP "A Native American Journey Into Business" Basic Business Planning Course (Allegany)
  • 2015 Community Fair Culture Day
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    @Saylor Building
    Please see attached for a complete schedule of the 2015 Community Fair Culture Day activities. Note: We ask that participants please register as early as possible to ensure there will be a fair distribution of craft supplies, please let us know which class(es) you will be participating in. Contact the Education Department receptionist at 532-3341 to register for craft activities.
    2015 Community Fair Culture Day
  • 2015 Community Fair - Day 3 Events
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    @Saylor Building
    Theme of today's events: Culture Day @ Saylor Building. Culture Craft: Beaded Earrings/Beaded Jitterbugs 9:00 - 10:30 Seneca Museum Display in Lobby 10:00 Community Clean-Up Report to EPD 10:00 - 2:00 Culture Craft: Beaded Earrings/Beaded Jitterbugs 10:30 - 12:00 Community Lunch 12:00 - 1:00 Cultural Craft: Strawberry Pincushion/Leather Work 1:00 - 2:30 Culture Craft: Strawberry Pincushion/Basket Weaving 2:30 - 4:00 Community Dinner 5:00 - 6:00 Cultural Presentation with Tom. R Porter 6:00 See attached for more information for each event - Also see the Schedule attachment to see an overview of all the activities for each day.
    2015 Community Fair - Day 3 Events
  • AmeriCorps Community Meeting
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    @Saylor Building
    This meeting is open to all community members interested in learning about AmeriCorps. SNI Department of Education will present the vision of the program and the issues that will be addressed. This meeting will also be open for comments, thoughts and feedback from the community about the AmeriCorps Program.
    AmeriCorps Community Meeting
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  • April Showers Giveaway
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    @On Seneca Transit System Buses
    Hot Stops are coming! STS Prize Patrol will be waiting at "Hot Stops" throughout the day and all riders on board will get a free gift! See www.sni.org/sts for full contest rules.
    April Showers Giveaway
  • INDIANPRENUERSHIP "A Native American Journey Into Business" Basic Business Planning Course (Allegany)
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    @Allegany Territory, Seneca Allegany Administration Building (SAAB)
    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, March 31, April 1 and April 2, 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
    INDIANPRENUERSHIP "A Native American Journey Into Business" Basic Business Planning Course (Allegany)
  • Vision 2020 College Application Submission Deadline
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    @Saylor Building
    The Cattaraugus SNI Department of Education is now accepting applications for the Vision 2020 Program (college only). April 2nd is the last day to submit applications. Please see attached for more information and application.
    Vision 2020 College Application Submission Deadline
  • 2015 Community Fair - Day 4 Events
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    @Saylor Building
    Theme of today's events: Community Day @ Saylor Building. Community Clean-Up 10:00 - 1:30 Youth Fieldtrip: Splash Lagoon (Permission Slip Required) 8:30 - 4:30 Vendors Open 10:00 - 3:00 Community Dinner & Social 4:00 See attached for more information for each event - Also see the Schedule attachment to see an overview of all the activities for each day.
    2015 Community Fair - Day 4 Events
  • Taco-n-a-Bag $5 Meal Deal
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    @Saylor Building
    Come join us for Vendor Day April 2nd @ the Saylor Building for Taco-n-a-Bag for $5! Also 50/50 tickets on sale now in the Marshals Office. 15 tickets for $5. Drawing will be Thursday @ 2pm.
    Taco-n-a-Bag $5 Meal Deal
  • Allegany Community Center's Anniversary Celebration
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    @Allegany Community Center
    ACC Anniversary Celebration April 2nd Dinner @ 5:30 with a social and cake wak to follow.
    Allegany Community Center's Anniversary Celebration
  • Beading Circle w/ Charla (4/2)
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    @44 Seneca St. (TV room)
    Anyone is welcome to join us for beading. Please bring your own materials— scissors, thread, beading needles, materials & beads. A dish to pass would be greatly appreciated.
    Beading Circle w/ Charla (4/2)
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  • Older Mens Activity Night
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    @Allegany Communty Center
    Men's activity for all interested older adults. We will participate in a different activity each month to have some fun and get a little exercise. March will be ping pong, April will be Pickleball... Stop down and enjoy our beautiful facility!
    Older Mens Activity Night
  • Teen Volleyball @ ACC
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Teen Volleyball @ ACC - Starting March 13 going through April 24, 2015.
    Teen Volleyball @ ACC
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  • Swim Lessons (Saturday Sessions)
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Swim lessons for ages 4 and up, taught by Head Lifegaurd, Camille. Taking the first 15 to sign-up. Sign-ups start now and go until Friday 3/13. Call 945-8119 ext 3703 with any questions.
    Swim Lessons (Saturday Sessions)
  • ACC Easter Party
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    @Allegany Community Center
    ACC Easter Party 11:00am-2:00pm - Easter Egg Hunt - Magic Show and Crafts - Photos with the Easter Bunny
    ACC Easter Party
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  • After-School Cultural Arts Program
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    @Location Varies Weekly
    As part of our effort to reach out to students, we will be visiting the surrounding school districts (Gowanda, Silver Creek, Lakeshore Middle School, Lakeshore High School) to conduct a Seneca Cultural Arts Activity for one week each month for the remaining school year. These classes are open to all middle and high school students; but will be limited to 10 students per session. They are free of charge. check with your local Title VII office to sign up and main office to arrange to catch your districts’ after school bus home. Example: If you attend GCS you will sign up for and attend only the March 9th, April 13th, and May 11th sessions. Please see the attached document to see the complete schedule and activities available. Contact Jordan Cooke at the SNI Education dept. for more information at 532-3341 or via email at jordan.cooke@sni.org.
    After-School Cultural Arts Program
  • Impact Aid & Title VII Education Meeting
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    @SNI library, Allegany branch Broad Street Extension
    The Seneca Nation Education Department invites parents and community members to an Indian Education Meeting to be held on the following Mondays, April 6th & April 13th. This meeting is to discuss funding and other services currently provided to the students through grants and contracts, including impact aid and TITLE VII funds.
    Impact Aid & Title VII Education Meeting
  • Seneca Language & Culture Class - Buffalo Office
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center 135 Delaware Avenue, Suite 300 Buffalo, NY 14202 Cross Streets: Near the intersection of Delaware Ave. and W Mohawk St.
    Basic Seneca Language Class with Anne Tahamont, 6pm-8pm Culture Class featuring Basic Sewing Instructions with Dee Greene (Tuscarora) and Beanie Jamieson. Beanie & Dee are teaching Doll Making with Annuity Cloth Dolls followed by Ribbon Shirt Making Classes Schedule will be updated as new activities are planned. For more information, contact Beanie Jamieson at beanie.jamieson@sni.org or call the office at 716-845-6304. Will be changing to Mondays starting 1/19/15. From 6-9 pm, until May 11th.
    Seneca Language & Culture Class - Buffalo Office
  • Youth Basketball @ ACC
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Youth Basketball for ages 5-6 year olds @ ACC from 6:00pm-7:30pm Every Monday
    Youth Basketball @ ACC
  • Youth Floor Hockey League
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    @ACC
    3v3 youth floor hockey league. Get your team together and stop by. Contact Chad Whitcomb for more information. 945-8119 ext. 3713
    Youth Floor Hockey League
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  • Winter Farmers Market
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    @William Seneca Building Lobby 12837 Route 438 Irving, NY 14081
    Local Farmers Bringing You Local Food! The mission of our market is to provide a venue where regional farmers, food producers, crafters and artisans come together to provide a variety of high-quality, locally-grown healthy food options, organic produce, grass fed animal products and handcrafted goods directly to Seneca Nation members and surrounding communities.
    Winter Farmers Market
  • Swim Lessons (Tuesday Sessions)
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Swim lessons for ages 4 and up, taught by Head Lifegaurd, Camille. Taking the first 15 to sign-up. Sign-ups start now and go until Friday 3/13. Call 945-8119 ext 3703 with any questions.
    Swim Lessons (Tuesday Sessions)
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  • Lake Shore Kindergarten Info Night
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    @ECLC
    Meet school representatives & get information about the school. K-registration forms will be available! Childcare is available for ECLC parents.
    Lake Shore Kindergarten Info Night
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  • Older Mens Activity Night
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    @Allegany Communty Center
    Men's activity for all interested older adults. We will participate in a different activity each month to have some fun and get a little exercise. March will be ping pong, April will be Pickleball... Stop down and enjoy our beautiful facility!
    Older Mens Activity Night
  • Teen Volleyball @ ACC
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Teen Volleyball @ ACC - Starting March 13 going through April 24, 2015.
    Teen Volleyball @ ACC
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  • After-School Cultural Arts Program
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    @Location Varies Weekly
    As part of our effort to reach out to students, we will be visiting the surrounding school districts (Gowanda, Silver Creek, Lakeshore Middle School, Lakeshore High School) to conduct a Seneca Cultural Arts Activity for one week each month for the remaining school year. These classes are open to all middle and high school students; but will be limited to 10 students per session. They are free of charge. check with your local Title VII office to sign up and main office to arrange to catch your districts’ after school bus home. Example: If you attend GCS you will sign up for and attend only the March 9th, April 13th, and May 11th sessions. Please see the attached document to see the complete schedule and activities available. Contact Jordan Cooke at the SNI Education dept. for more information at 532-3341 or via email at jordan.cooke@sni.org.
    After-School Cultural Arts Program
  • Impact Aid & Title VII Education Meeting
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    @SNI library, Allegany branch Broad Street Extension
    The Seneca Nation Education Department invites parents and community members to an Indian Education Meeting to be held on the following Mondays, April 6th & April 13th. This meeting is to discuss funding and other services currently provided to the students through grants and contracts, including impact aid and TITLE VII funds.
    Impact Aid & Title VII Education Meeting
  • Seneca Language & Culture Class - Buffalo Office
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center 135 Delaware Avenue, Suite 300 Buffalo, NY 14202 Cross Streets: Near the intersection of Delaware Ave. and W Mohawk St.
    Basic Seneca Language Class with Anne Tahamont, 6pm-8pm Culture Class featuring Basic Sewing Instructions with Dee Greene (Tuscarora) and Beanie Jamieson. Beanie & Dee are teaching Doll Making with Annuity Cloth Dolls followed by Ribbon Shirt Making Classes Schedule will be updated as new activities are planned. For more information, contact Beanie Jamieson at beanie.jamieson@sni.org or call the office at 716-845-6304. Will be changing to Mondays starting 1/19/15. From 6-9 pm, until May 11th.
    Seneca Language & Culture Class - Buffalo Office
  • Youth Basketball @ ACC
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Youth Basketball for ages 5-6 year olds @ ACC from 6:00pm-7:30pm Every Monday
    Youth Basketball @ ACC
  • Youth Floor Hockey League
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    @ACC
    3v3 youth floor hockey league. Get your team together and stop by. Contact Chad Whitcomb for more information. 945-8119 ext. 3713
    Youth Floor Hockey League
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  • Winter Farmers Market
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    @William Seneca Building Lobby 12837 Route 438 Irving, NY 14081
    Local Farmers Bringing You Local Food! The mission of our market is to provide a venue where regional farmers, food producers, crafters and artisans come together to provide a variety of high-quality, locally-grown healthy food options, organic produce, grass fed animal products and handcrafted goods directly to Seneca Nation members and surrounding communities.
    Winter Farmers Market
  • Healthy Cooking Class (April 14th)
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    @ACC MPR
    This class will help interested participants learn how to cook simple, healthy meals that fit our busy lifestyle. Each class will practice tips and tricks for eating and exploring healthy foods while at the same time making them tasty. Delicious and nutritious! With enough interest, we can start growing our own simple herb/veg garden as well as begin foraging for our own healthy foods!
    Healthy Cooking Class (April 14th)
  • Swim Lessons (Tuesday Sessions)
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Swim lessons for ages 4 and up, taught by Head Lifegaurd, Camille. Taking the first 15 to sign-up. Sign-ups start now and go until Friday 3/13. Call 945-8119 ext 3703 with any questions.
    Swim Lessons (Tuesday Sessions)
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  • Beading Circle w/ Charla (4/16)
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    @44 Seneca St. (TV room)
    Anyone is welcome to join us for beading. Please bring your own materials— scissors, thread, beading needles, materials & beads. A dish to pass would be greatly appreciated.
    Beading Circle w/ Charla (4/16)
  • Sports Conditioning and Training
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    @ACC
    Group fitness class for athletes to develop speed, agility, and quickness. LAX focus.
    Sports Conditioning and Training
  • Gymnastics For Ages 8-16
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    @Cattaraugus Community Center
    Starting April 16th, 2015, CCC will be hosting a weekly gymnastics class with instructor Lee Harris. Ages 8-16. This class is free of charge. Sign-ups available at the CCC front desk.
    Gymnastics For Ages 8-16
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  • ECLC Child Awareness Walk
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    @ECLC (Catt)
    Come show your support for a Child Abuse Awareness & Remembrance Walk that will start at ECLC-catt. and will proceed around the Sachems Football Field. We will take a moment at the field to reflect on abuse victims and release balloons. It is highly important that we keep our children in our hearts and continue to learn how to prevent abuse. "It shouldn't hurt to be a child."
    ECLC Child Awareness Walk
  • ECLC (2nd) Child Abuse Awareness Walk
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    @ECLC
    Because our After School Program will not be involved in our morning walk, we are hosting another walk in the afternoon. If the morning walk does not fit into your schedule, come to this later event! Come walk with our After School Program and ECLC to support those who fell victim to child abuse and to support preventing abuse. We will begin on ECLC grounds and proceed to walk around the Sachems Football Field where we will take a moment to remember loved ones and reflect on how we will prevent these tragedies. WE will come together as a community to show our awareness and support. "It shouldn't hurt to be a child."
    ECLC (2nd) Child Abuse Awareness Walk
  • Older Mens Activity Night
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    @Allegany Communty Center
    Men's activity for all interested older adults. We will participate in a different activity each month to have some fun and get a little exercise. March will be ping pong, April will be Pickleball... Stop down and enjoy our beautiful facility!
    Older Mens Activity Night
  • Teen Volleyball @ ACC
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Teen Volleyball @ ACC - Starting March 13 going through April 24, 2015.
    Teen Volleyball @ ACC
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  • Swim Lessons (Saturday Sessions)
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Swim lessons for ages 4 and up, taught by Head Lifegaurd, Camille. Taking the first 15 to sign-up. Sign-ups start now and go until Friday 3/13. Call 945-8119 ext 3703 with any questions.
    Swim Lessons (Saturday Sessions)
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  • Wi-Fi Forum 4/20
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    @Cattaraugus Community Center 12767 Route 438 Irving, NY 14081
    Question and Answer forum regarding the Cattaraugus Broadband Project with Seneca Telecom.
    Wi-Fi Forum 4/20
  • After-School Cultural Arts Program
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    @Location Varies Weekly
    As part of our effort to reach out to students, we will be visiting the surrounding school districts (Gowanda, Silver Creek, Lakeshore Middle School, Lakeshore High School) to conduct a Seneca Cultural Arts Activity for one week each month for the remaining school year. These classes are open to all middle and high school students; but will be limited to 10 students per session. They are free of charge. check with your local Title VII office to sign up and main office to arrange to catch your districts’ after school bus home. Example: If you attend GCS you will sign up for and attend only the March 9th, April 13th, and May 11th sessions. Please see the attached document to see the complete schedule and activities available. Contact Jordan Cooke at the SNI Education dept. for more information at 532-3341 or via email at jordan.cooke@sni.org.
    After-School Cultural Arts Program
  • Elders Sharing Circle
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    @Winnie Kettle Building 28 Thomas Indian School Drive Irving, NY 14081
    Al Parker, a local historian who will portray Ely Parker at Appomattox Courthouse on April 9, 2015, will talk about Ely Parker at this special Edlers' Sharing Circle commenorating the 150th anniversary of the end of the American Civil War.
    Elders Sharing Circle
  • Seneca Language & Culture Class - Buffalo Office
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center 135 Delaware Avenue, Suite 300 Buffalo, NY 14202 Cross Streets: Near the intersection of Delaware Ave. and W Mohawk St.
    Basic Seneca Language Class with Anne Tahamont, 6pm-8pm Culture Class featuring Basic Sewing Instructions with Dee Greene (Tuscarora) and Beanie Jamieson. Beanie & Dee are teaching Doll Making with Annuity Cloth Dolls followed by Ribbon Shirt Making Classes Schedule will be updated as new activities are planned. For more information, contact Beanie Jamieson at beanie.jamieson@sni.org or call the office at 716-845-6304. Will be changing to Mondays starting 1/19/15. From 6-9 pm, until May 11th.
    Seneca Language & Culture Class - Buffalo Office
  • Youth Basketball @ ACC
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Youth Basketball for ages 5-6 year olds @ ACC from 6:00pm-7:30pm Every Monday
    Youth Basketball @ ACC
  • Youth Floor Hockey League
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    @ACC
    3v3 youth floor hockey league. Get your team together and stop by. Contact Chad Whitcomb for more information. 945-8119 ext. 3713
    Youth Floor Hockey League
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  • Felt Strawberry Making
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    @AOA activity room/dining area 28 Thomas Indian School Drive, Irving NY
    Come learn how to stitch and embellish felt strawberries for our exhibit. We will have enough materials for you to take home and instructions and patterns for you to keep. Please see attached flyer for complete information.
    Felt Strawberry Making
  • Winter Farmers Market
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    @William Seneca Building Lobby 12837 Route 438 Irving, NY 14081
    Local Farmers Bringing You Local Food! The mission of our market is to provide a venue where regional farmers, food producers, crafters and artisans come together to provide a variety of high-quality, locally-grown healthy food options, organic produce, grass fed animal products and handcrafted goods directly to Seneca Nation members and surrounding communities.
    Winter Farmers Market
  • ECLC Parent Committee Meeting
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    @Cattaraugus ECLC Parent Room
    ALL ECLC Parents are invited! We need parents input on planning upcoming events for our children, families and the center. There will be refreshments and snacks! And Childcare is also provided.
    ECLC Parent Committee Meeting
  • Cultural Arts Class
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    @Saylor Building
    Interested in working with Leather? Attend the upcoming SNI Education sponsored Cultural Arts Class that takes place April 21, 28 and May 5 from 6pm until 8 pm at the Saylor Building. See attached flyer for more information or contact the Education Department at 716.532.3341
    Cultural Arts Class
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  • Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino Hosts Spring Career Fair on Wednesday, April 22
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    @Seneca Allegany Events Center 777 Seneca Allegany Boulevard Salamanca, NY
    SALAMANCA, N.Y. – Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino will host its annual Spring Career Fair on Wednesday, Apr. 22, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Seneca Allegany Events Center in Salamanca, located at 777 Seneca Allegany Boulevard – directly at Exit 20 of Interstate 86. Recruiters will be available to meet with job-seekers for more than 100 full-time, part-time and casual positions at the AAA Four Diamond Award–winning resort. Department managers and human resources representatives will be available to meet with candidates to learn more about careers in gaming, food and beverage, marketing, hotel operations, spa and salon, retail, facilities and security. Available positions range from entry-level to experienced. Job-seekers can also apply to become table games dealers at Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino. Successful candidates will be offered an opportunity to enroll in 10 weeks of free blackjack training classes toward earning an operating license. No experience is necessary, and classes begin in early May. Three different training-session times will be offered to accommodate candidates’ schedules. Prospective employees are encouraged to bring copies of a resume, dress professionally and be prepared for on-the-spot interviews. Team members of Seneca Resorts & Casinos receive generous benefits, such as access to a free Team Dining Room and Fitness Center, both open 24 hours a day. The progressive company has many additional healthy initiatives, such as diabetes prevention and smoking cessation programs, as well as a health office with services offered free-of-charge and no need for co-payments or insurance. For more information about current job opportunities and to learn about career experiences with Seneca Gaming Corporation and its three casino properties in Niagara Falls, Buffalo and Salamanca, please visit www.SenecaCasinos.com and click on “Careers.” About Seneca Resorts & Casinos Seneca Resorts & Casinos is one of the largest private sector employers in Western New York, with 4,000 employees at its three locations. The company operates world-class facilities and offers more than 6,400 slot machines, 140 table games, 1,000 hotel rooms, a championship golf course and other related amenities. Seneca Resorts & Casinos was recently selected as one of Western New York’s “Healthiest Employers” and was chosen last year as one of the region’s “Most Admired Companies” by Buffalo Business First. For more information, visit www.SenecaCasinos.com.
    Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino Hosts Spring Career Fair on Wednesday, April 22
  • Vendor Night at the ACC
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    @Allegany Community Center Concourse 3677 Administration Drive, Salamanca, NY 14779
    Vendors and agencies set up to showcase their products and services. Sponsored by SNI Department of Transportation.
    Vendor Night at the ACC
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  • Living Healthy Series
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    @Wini Kettle Senior Center 28 Thomas Indian School Drive Irving, NY 14081
    Do you have an ongoing chronic condition and want to take charge of your life? Join us weekly on Thursdays until May 28th and start living healthy.
    Living Healthy Series
  • Sports Conditioning and Training
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    @ACC
    Group fitness class for athletes to develop speed, agility, and quickness. LAX focus.
    Sports Conditioning and Training
  • Gymnastics For Ages 8-16
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    @Cattaraugus Community Center
    Starting April 16th, 2015, CCC will be hosting a weekly gymnastics class with instructor Lee Harris. Ages 8-16. This class is free of charge. Sign-ups available at the CCC front desk.
    Gymnastics For Ages 8-16
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  • Older Mens Activity Night
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    @Allegany Communty Center
    Men's activity for all interested older adults. We will participate in a different activity each month to have some fun and get a little exercise. March will be ping pong, April will be Pickleball... Stop down and enjoy our beautiful facility!
    Older Mens Activity Night
  • Lifeguard Certification Course Day 1
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    @Cattaraugus Community Center
    The Lifeguard Certification Course includes CPR/First Aid and AED as well as lifeguarding. Class runs April 24th - 26th. Must be 16 years of age to register. The cost is $250 a person. The following prerequisites apply: Swim 300 yards continuously using front crawl and breaststroke. Swim 20 yards using front crawl or breast stroke, surface dive 7-10 feet, retrieve a 10lb object. Return to the surface, swim 20 yards back to start point with the object. Exit water without using ladder or steps. Do this within 1 minute & 40 seconds. Tread water for 2 minutes without hands. For those interested please see attached flyer for complete details or contact Heidi John with any questions at 716-532-8450.
    Lifeguard Certification Course Day 1
  • Teen Volleyball @ ACC
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Teen Volleyball @ ACC - Starting March 13 going through April 24, 2015.
    Teen Volleyball @ ACC
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  • Hazardous Waste Drop Off (Catt)
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    @Environmental Department Parking Lot 84 Iroquois Dr. Irving, Ny 14081 **Behind the Laundry Mat**
    Get rid of your hazardous waste materials properly. See flyer for acceptable items.
    Hazardous Waste Drop Off (Catt)
  • Lifeguard Certification Course Day 2
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    @Cattaraugus Community Center
    The Lifeguard Certification Course includes CPR/First Aid and AED as well as lifeguarding. Class runs April 24th - 26th. Must be 16 years of age to register. The cost is $250 a person. The following prerequisites apply: Swim 300 yards continuously using front crawl and breaststroke. Swim 20 yards using front crawl or breast stroke, surface dive 7-10 feet, retrieve a 10lb object. Return to the surface, swim 20 yards back to start point with the object. Exit water without using ladder or steps. Do this within 1 minute & 40 seconds. Tread water for 2 minutes without hands. For those interested please see attached flyer for complete details or contact Heidi John with any questions at 716-532-8450.
    Lifeguard Certification Course Day 2
  • The Iroquois Legacy of Dream Sharing
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    @Cattaraugus Territory 3 Thomas Indian Sch. Dr, Irving, NY 14081-9505
    Did you know that the Iroquois saw the importance of dreams over 200 years before the famous psychologists Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung realized their importance? Do you want to understand those crazy, puzzling dreams you've been having? If you'd like to learn more information, please see attached flyer.
    The Iroquois Legacy of Dream Sharing
  • FIOM 5K Honoring Mother Earth Run/Walk
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    @Cattaraugus Territory
    The Food Is Our Medicine Project is celebrating Earth Week! Come join us on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 11 AM for the Honoring Mother Earth 5K Run/Walk. Register early to get a t-shirt! Packets will be available for pickup at the SNI Planning & Development Office in the William Seneca Building in Irving, NY on April 24 from 8 am-4:30 pm.
    FIOM 5K Honoring Mother Earth Run/Walk
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  • Lifeguard Certification Course Day 3
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    @Cattaraugus Community Center
    The Lifeguard Certification Course includes CPR/First Aid and AED as well as lifeguarding. Class runs April 24th - 26th. Must be 16 years of age to register. The cost is $250 a person. The following prerequisites apply: Swim 300 yards continuously using front crawl and breaststroke. Swim 20 yards using front crawl or breast stroke, surface dive 7-10 feet, retrieve a 10lb object. Return to the surface, swim 20 yards back to start point with the object. Exit water without using ladder or steps. Do this within 1 minute & 40 seconds. Tread water for 2 minutes without hands. For those interested please see attached flyer for complete details or contact Heidi John with any questions at 716-532-8450.
    Lifeguard Certification Course Day 3
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  • 2015 Annual Spring Clean Up
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    @DPW/Fleet Building 3674 Administration Drive Jimersontown and Steamburg Community Building 1220 Center Road
    Enrolled members can drop off their older couches/beds/refrigerators/tires, etc. See attached for full list and more information.
    2015 Annual Spring Clean Up
  • After-School Cultural Arts Program
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    @Location Varies Weekly
    As part of our effort to reach out to students, we will be visiting the surrounding school districts (Gowanda, Silver Creek, Lakeshore Middle School, Lakeshore High School) to conduct a Seneca Cultural Arts Activity for one week each month for the remaining school year. These classes are open to all middle and high school students; but will be limited to 10 students per session. They are free of charge. check with your local Title VII office to sign up and main office to arrange to catch your districts’ after school bus home. Example: If you attend GCS you will sign up for and attend only the March 9th, April 13th, and May 11th sessions. Please see the attached document to see the complete schedule and activities available. Contact Jordan Cooke at the SNI Education dept. for more information at 532-3341 or via email at jordan.cooke@sni.org.
    After-School Cultural Arts Program
  • Seneca Language & Culture Class - Buffalo Office
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    @Buffalo Native Resource Center 135 Delaware Avenue, Suite 300 Buffalo, NY 14202 Cross Streets: Near the intersection of Delaware Ave. and W Mohawk St.
    Basic Seneca Language Class with Anne Tahamont, 6pm-8pm Culture Class featuring Basic Sewing Instructions with Dee Greene (Tuscarora) and Beanie Jamieson. Beanie & Dee are teaching Doll Making with Annuity Cloth Dolls followed by Ribbon Shirt Making Classes Schedule will be updated as new activities are planned. For more information, contact Beanie Jamieson at beanie.jamieson@sni.org or call the office at 716-845-6304. Will be changing to Mondays starting 1/19/15. From 6-9 pm, until May 11th.
    Seneca Language & Culture Class - Buffalo Office
  • Youth Basketball @ ACC
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    @Allegany Community Center
    Youth Basketball for ages 5-6 year olds @ ACC from 6:00pm-7:30pm Every Monday
    Youth Basketball @ ACC
  • Youth Floor Hockey League
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    @ACC
    3v3 youth floor hockey league. Get your team together and stop by. Contact Chad Whitcomb for more information. 945-8119 ext. 3713
    Youth Floor Hockey League
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  • 2015 Annual Spring Clean Up
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    @DPW/Fleet Building 3674 Administration Drive Jimersontown and Steamburg Community Building 1220 Center Road
    Enrolled members can drop off their older couches/beds/refrigerators/tires, etc. See attached for full list and more information.
    2015 Annual Spring Clean Up
  • Winter Farmers Market
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    @William Seneca Building Lobby 12837 Route 438 Irving, NY 14081
    Local Farmers Bringing You Local Food! The mission of our market is to provide a venue where regional farmers, food producers, crafters and artisans come together to provide a variety of high-quality, locally-grown healthy food options, organic produce, grass fed animal products and handcrafted goods directly to Seneca Nation members and surrounding communities.
    Winter Farmers Market
  • OPEN HOUSE Child Abuse Awareness and Walk at Lunch
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    @Lionel R John Health Center – Grand Room
    The Seneca Nation Health System (SNHS) Child and Family Services Unit, in collaboration with other SNHS departments is hosting its annual Open House Tuesday, April 28, from 11:30 a.m. -2 p.m. This event is held each April in observance of National Child Abuse Awareness Month and promotes health with the inclusion of Walk at Lunch. Local community vendors will be present to promote their goods and services. Additionally, representatives from the Cattaraugus Sheriff’s Department will be providing free, on-site car seat safety checks to make sure car seats are being installed and used correctly. For more information, please contact: Liz Hill -Home Finder/Educator 716-945-5894 ext. 3522 Robin Crouse – Health Education Coordinator 716-945-5894 ext. 3240
    OPEN HOUSE Child Abuse Awareness and Walk at Lunch
  • Healthy Cooking Class (April 28th)
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    @ACC MPR
    This class will help interested participants learn how to cook simple, healthy meals that fit our busy lifestyle. Each class will practice tips and tricks for eating and exploring healthy foods while at the same time making them tasty. Delicious and nutritious! With enough interest, we can start growing our own simple herb/veg garden as well as begin foraging for our own healthy foods!
    Healthy Cooking Class (April 28th)
  • Cultural Arts Class
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    @Saylor Building
    Interested in working with Leather? Attend the upcoming SNI Education sponsored Cultural Arts Class that takes place April 21, 28 and May 5 from 6pm until 8 pm at the Saylor Building. See attached flyer for more information or contact the Education Department at 716.532.3341
    Cultural Arts Class
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  • 2015 Annual Spring Clean Up
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    @DPW/Fleet Building 3674 Administration Drive Jimersontown and Steamburg Community Building 1220 Center Road
    Enrolled members can drop off their older couches/beds/refrigerators/tires, etc. See attached for full list and more information.
    2015 Annual Spring Clean Up
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  • 2015 Annual Spring Clean Up
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    @DPW/Fleet Building 3674 Administration Drive Jimersontown and Steamburg Community Building 1220 Center Road
    Enrolled members can drop off their older couches/beds/refrigerators/tires, etc. See attached for full list and more information.
    2015 Annual Spring Clean Up
  • Living Healthy Series
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    @Wini Kettle Senior Center 28 Thomas Indian School Drive Irving, NY 14081
    Do you have an ongoing chronic condition and want to take charge of your life? Join us weekly on Thursdays until May 28th and start living healthy.
    Living Healthy Series
  • Wi-Fi Forum 4/30
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    @Cattaraugus Community Center 12767 Route 438, Irving, NY 14081
    Question and Answer forum regarding the Cattaraugus Broadband Project with Seneca Telecom.
    Wi-Fi Forum 4/30
  • Beading Circle w/ Charla (4/30)
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    @44 Seneca St. (TV room)
    Anyone is welcome to join us for beading. Please bring your own materials— scissors, thread, beading needles, materials & beads. A dish to pass would be greatly appreciated.
    Beading Circle w/ Charla (4/30)
  • Sports Conditioning and Training
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    @ACC
    Group fitness class for athletes to develop speed, agility, and quickness. LAX focus.
    Sports Conditioning and Training
  • Gymnastics For Ages 8-16
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    @Cattaraugus Community Center
    Starting April 16th, 2015, CCC will be hosting a weekly gymnastics class with instructor Lee Harris. Ages 8-16. This class is free of charge. Sign-ups available at the CCC front desk.
    Gymnastics For Ages 8-16
  • Ely Parker (Seneca): A Warrior in Two Camps
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    @Ray Evans Seneca Theater, Salamanca, NY
    Come join us at the Ray Evans Seneca Theater in Salamanca, NY for a special event commemorating the 150th anniversary of the end of the American Civil War. This FREE film showing honors the local man—a Tonawanda Seneca named Ely Parker—who drafted the surrender terms for end of the American Civil War in April of 1865. The movie will be shown on Thursday, April 30, 2015 at 7 pm.
    Ely Parker (Seneca): A Warrior in Two Camps
May 1
  • 2015 Annual Spring Clean Up
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    @DPW/Fleet Building 3674 Administration Drive Jimersontown and Steamburg Community Building 1220 Center Road
    Enrolled members can drop off their older couches/beds/refrigerators/tires, etc. See attached for full list and more information.
    2015 Annual Spring Clean Up
May 2