April Break at Ganonddagan

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 04/16/2019 - 04/19/2019
10:00 am - 3:45 pm

Location
Ganondagan State Historic Site

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As a long-awaited spring finally emerges, join Ganondagan State Historic Site tp celebrate Mother Earth for four days of public, family-friendly programs, free with museum admission, and free for Friends of Ganondagan members.

Depending on the day, participants will:
– learn about historical bark containers then make their own using paint, yarn, and foam sheets (ages 5 and up)
– make a “seed bomb” full of sunflower seeds to grow this summer (ages 5 and up)
– learn about the “Three Sisters” then make their own seed starter kit of corns, beans, and squash. Meet at the Seneca Art & Culture Center lobby (ages 5 and up)
– experience “Springtime in Seneca Country,” a 1.5 hr. walk around Trail of Peace highlighting traditional springtime activities of the Seneca people of Ganondagan in the 17th-century

Tuesday, April 16
10-11 am: Bark containers
11-11:45 am, OR 3-3:45 pm: Trail of Peace guided walk
2-3:30 pm: “Springtime in Seneca Country” trail walk (rain or shine)
Wednesday, April 17
10-11 am OR 2-3 pm: Sunflower seed bombs
11-11:45 am OR 3-3:45: Trail of Peace guided walk
Thursday, April 18
10-11 am, OR 2-3 pm: Three Sisters Garden
11-11:45 am, OR 3-3:45 pm: Trail of Peace guided walk
Friday, April 19
10-11:30 am: “Springtime in Seneca Country” trail walk
11-11:45 pm, OR 3-3:45 pm: Trail of Peace guided walk
2-3 pm: Bark containers



Participants are welcome to peruse the Seneca Art & Culture Center exhibits until 4:30 pm. 
Center admission is: $6/adults; $3/seniors & students (12 years-college); $1/children 5-11; free/children four and younger and Friends of Ganondagan members.