Enjoy autumn at the SUNY Oneonta College Camp through these programs open to the public on Family Weekend. On Saturday, September 28th at 3 PM meet members of the El Nu Abenaki tribe as they share their culture through “Stories, Songs & Drumming” in the lodge. Chief Roger Longtoe Sheehan and Elder JT Taylor will also display tools and crafts indigenous to the northeastern woodland cultures.

On Sunday, September 29th return to Camp for the fall “Open House.” The event will begin at 10 AM with a traditional Native American greeting at the lodge followed by a day of horse drawn wagon rides, tours of the college Observatory and guided nature walks. The program will conclude at 2 PM.

All programs are free of charge and everyone is welcome to attend. For more information call: 607 436-3455 on or before Friday, September 27th.