Thursday, February 22, 2018

Eli Carr making wampum bracelets this week

Rich Hammel's belts on display this week

Before and fun fun fun afterwards!

Bill Crouse teaching the bone dice game. He has no pity for the players...at all. He was so funny. The kids didn't mind, they gave it right back to him. Lol

Today's pottery was a huge success. I was surprised at how quickly everyone caught on. They lived up he story about how pottery came to be

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Tying the last snare in the bird snare. To be displayed in the Bark Longhouse May 1st. Check out the Peter Jemison crow mug! Find it in the gift shop!
Interpretive guide Kerri - prepares strings for the corn husk doll make and take next week Wednesday feb 21st 10 am and 3 pm

Thursday, February 8, 2018

A Beautiful day, spent with beautiful people at work. Jeanette Miller ;-)

Michael Galban finishing "Opening Spring banner" on temporary exhibit space

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

The dark liquid is coffee water. The tea holder has linen thread and waxed Linen thread inside, being test dyed. If all goes well; we will have found a good color match for this exhibit belt repair.

Shared some techniques of wampum belt repair with Kerri. Did we tell you Kerri came on board as a Native Interpretive guide, 2017. This woman is something! She jumps in (carefully) with what ever task/job/event presented to her! Whoa. Kerri is Mohawk. Her grandfather was Alex "the Bear" Terrance, son of Margaret,Orakwino, (Lazore) and George Terrance.

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Even though we're closed we're still creating. This belt will go on display in our New Exhibit. It's being created by Eli Carr, Mohawk Snip clan and Tonia Galban Mohawk Bear clan.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Come make friends!!!

Register Now to Make a New Furry Friend

 

Special Stuffed Animal Workshop, Feb. 21 & 24

Sign up now for this special workshop,Furry Friends & Tales on Wednesday, Feb. 21 or Saturday, February 24. Kids will hear Native American animal tales, then build their very own stuffed bear (Wednesday) or turtle (Saturday). For 2nd grade and up or younger with parent. $18/general public; $15/Friends of Ganondagan members.

 

Registration is required, so don't wait!

Please call (585) 742-1690 or emailinfo@ganondagan.org.

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Tonia Galban's Tellie

Gallery work

Adjusting the French soldiers uniform.

1/13/18 -2/9/18 midwinter shutdown

Behind The Scene

Iroquois Nationals Exhibit being taken out