Peachtown Week

Peachtown week events





Wells Campus

General Info

September 12-September 16

Monday: Mr. Allan Jamieson, Director of Neto Hatinawke Ongwehowe [Here-Lives-the-People in the Cayuga Language]
Title: The Beginning of the End: The Sullivan-Clinton campaign, and how they boomed the guns for twelve hours straight.
Place: Stratton 209 (lecture hall), 7:30 pm

Tuesday: Panel Discussion
Ernie Olson, Professor of Anthropology and Religion at Wells College
Dan Hill, SHARE Farm Manager /Haudenosaunee Environmental Task
Force/Musician/Cayuga Nation Council member
Hillary Lambert, Steward of Cayuga Lake Watershed Network
Title: Challenges to the Cayuga Watershed: A Two-Row Wampum Approach
Place: Stratton 209, 12:30-1:30pm

Wednesday: Susan Tabrizi, Professor of Political Science
Title: The Haudenosaunee and The Great Binding Law: An Inspiration for the US Constitution
Place: Zabriskie 102, 12:30-1:30

Thursday: Alf Jacques, Master Lacrosse Stick Maker (Onondaga, Turtle Clan)
Title: The Creator’s Game: Lacrosse (this is an interactive presentation)
Place: AER, 5-7

Friday: Kevin White, Visiting Professor of Native American Studies at SUNY Oswego/ former scholar-in-residence at Wells College/ Akwesasne Mohawk
Title: The White Corn Project
Place: AER, 12:40 – 1:30
Friday Festival:
Sommer Center lawn/Sommer Center
Birdie Hill 2:30-3:30pm
Traditional Dance Workshop & Peach Tree planting 3:30-4:00pm
Birdie Hill 4:00-5:00pm
Dinner 5:00pm in Dining Hall
Vendors available all afternoon with various wares

Friday Social: Begins @ 6PM in the Dining Hall
A traditional Cayuga social event, with traditional singing and dancing
Chef Rupert is preparing a special Native American menu including corn soup!