Anderson-Lee Library celebrates Native American Heritage Month with speaker series

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Anderson-Lee Library, located at 43 Main St. in Silver Creek will celebrate Native American Heritage Month with a speaker series. All speakers are from the Seneca and Cayuga Nations. The series begins on Tuesday, Nov. 5 at 6 p.m. as Flip White (far left) tells “The Creation Story.” Thursday, Nov. 7 at 6 p.m., filmmaker Terry Jones (middle left) will show three short documentaries, including his award-winning film, “Soup for my Brother.” Jones will also bring corn soup and fry bread for everyone to try. On Tuesday, Nov. 12, Rick Jemison (middle right) will speak on “The Origins and Uses of Wampum.” The final speaker, Richard Sasala (far right), will speak on the “History of Treaties” Thursday, Nov. 14 at 6 p.m. All are welcome to attend this exciting and informative series! Registration is required. Call the library at 934-3468 or register online at www.andersonleelibrary.org. Online registration is quick and easy and offers the options to sign up for text or email reminders.


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