Third Annual Event Offers $17,500 in Cash Prizes The show committee will accept digital images of the artworks up until Wednesday, November 2, 2022. Artists will be notified that week if their submissions have been accepted. Accepted artworks will be exhibited at the Seneca Art & Culture Center during the Native American Winter Arts Festival […]
Tournament to be held November 4-5, 2022 at the Cattaraugus Community Center (CCC). There will be a smoke dance competition as well. We can’t wait to see everyone back as it’s been a few years since the last event.
President Pagels starts today’s message about celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day and thanks the many people in the community that came together to support the local Every Child Matter events. He provides an update on the #StandwithSeneca campaign, community Halloween activities, the upcoming Native American Heritage events at the casino in November and an update on […]
In-person Dining at 44 Seneca: Congregate Dining for Elders is now available Monday- Friday from 12-1pm. Please call 716-945-8414 for reservations by 3pm the day prior.
October 15 – December 7 With the Medicare open enrollment period beginning on October 15, we encourage Medicare beneficiaries to choose carefully between traditional Medicare and joining a private Medicare Advantage plan. This is particularly important, as consumer marketing protections have been reduced and public promotions of Medicare Advantage are increasing – including on TV […]
Submitted by Tina Law Cattaraugus AOA staff honoring “Every Child Matters”.
Artist Offerings – Classes & Activities The museum is offering 2 new weekly activities which will be held at the Onöhsagwë: de’ Cultural Center/ Seneca-Iroquois National Museum. Both of these are going to be run by a few of the artists working with the museum in the Creatives Rebuild New York- Artist Employment Program. Sam […]
On Wednesday, our Middle School students heard from Alyson Brown from the Child Advocate/Crime Victim Services Unit for the Seneca Nation. Students, faculty, and staff participated in Orange Shirt Day to recognize and honor Native American and Canadian children who survived the residential schools and remember those who didn’t.
We are excited to announce that the circus is coming to the Allegany Community Center (ACC) on Saturday, October 29th and the Cattaraugus Community Center (CCC) on October 30th. Students 12 years and younger are admitted FREE with an adult admission. See flyer’s below for circus times and make sure to cut out the coupons […]
SALAMANCA — The Jimersontown Presbyterian Church will host its 61st annual Indian Foods Dinner on Saturday, Oct. 22 at the Seneca Allegany Administration Building, 90 Ohi:yo’ Way.Dinner will be take-out only with pick-up hours between noon and 2:30 p.m. Cost is $15. The menu includes roast turkey, roast venison, fry bread, boiled corn bread, fried […]