Ganondagan will celebrate the diversity of the Native American culture with the 25th annual Native American Dance and Music Festival. Performances throughout the festival include singer-songwriter Darryl Tonemah with his mix of rock, folk, and country music; Zuni Olla Maidens, who perform dances with pottery resting on their head; Iroquois Social Dancers, and more. The festival also includes a Native American Arts Market, food, Iroquois storytelling, and more. Ganondagan will also have open admission to its Seneca Art and Culture Center, guided trails, and tours of the longhouse.
The Native American Dance and Music Festival will take place Saturday, July 23, and Sunday, July 24, at Ganondagan, 7000 Country Road 41, Victor. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. Adult admission is $12 ($8 with membership). More information can be found at ganondagan.org.