This 400th anniversary campaign, carried out throughout 2013, is finished. The work to honor treaties with Native Nations and protect the Earth continues. Learn more, or join in that work: contact the Onondaga Nation, Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation, Neetopk Keetopk (Hudson Valley), Onondaga Canoe and Kayak Club or Two Row Paddle down the Grand (2016).

Two Row Wampum End of Year Celebration

Social Dancing OLRA finale 2010 Sara NatansonSaturday, December 7:
Dinner 6 pm, Program and Haudenosaunee Social Dancing 7 pm
Lafayette Jr.-Sr. High School, 3122 Rt. 11, LaFayette, NY 13084, map

Please RSVP online to let us know you’re coming for the dinner.The event is free and open to the public. We will share food, discuss the amazing progress made over the year in renewing the Two Row Wampum, discuss ideas for continuing the work and join in Haudenosaunee Social Dancing!

If you’re coming from out of town, consider coming earlier on Saturday to attend the Syracuse Peace Council’s Plowshares Craftsfair. The fair runs on Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm and Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm at Nottingham High School, 3100 East Genesee St., Syracuse map. Plowshares is Central New York’s premiere multicultural craftsfair, featuring over 120 local craftspeople, community organizations (including the Two Row Campaign), great food and live entertainment. The Peace Council is the organizational home of Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation.

We’ll try to provide housing in peoples’ homes for folks coming from out of town who would like that.  You can put in your request via the online RSVP form linked above or contact Cindy Squillace, email or at 315-415-5508.