Neto Canoe Paddle small poster

FREE event!


Join us on Saturday May 30, 2015, for a Canoe Paddle and Cultural Presentations along the Buffalo River (formerly Buffalo Creek Reservation).

Enjoy a scenic paddle and learn about the “History of Six Nations at Buffalo Creek” and the Environmental significance of sites along the River. Stop by and enjoy presentations on Water Restoration and Stewardship. Learn about Native plantings, see classic canoes and traditional shelters on display. Enjoy Native foods, vendors, art and the company of friends.

FREE registration for the Paddle starts at 9:00 AM

9:00 AM Registration at Harlem & Clinton DEC site

10:00 AM Launch Canoe

Noon -5:00 PM Presentations at Mutual Park, 41 Hamburg Street

Participants: McKinley H.S. Aquatic Club, Susquehanna River Watch, Old First Ward Community Center, Scajaquada Canoe Club

Sponsored by:

Neto Hatinakwe Onkwehowe, Haudenosaunee Environmental Task Force

Information or to Pre-Register visit:

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Wednesday April 29, 2015 from 6-9 pm

Tuscarora Nation House, 5226 Walmore Road, Lewiston, NY, 14092

Limited to 15 people, $20. Per person

Instructor Belinda Patterson

Call Laticia Mcnaughton at 716-990-0928 or email

First call first registered-pay at site-reminder call day before

Bring jar or pail for left over mush

Hosted be Neto…

Sponsored by IWI, Indigenous Women’s Initiatives

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