Calendar of Events

▪ An Evening of Music from the Heart
Time:8:00 PM
Type of Event:Live Jazz Music
Description:Music lovers have a rare opportunity to hear three internationally-acclaimed jazz artists and a local favorite in Theater Mack. This FREE performance is sponsored by Mack Studios and reflect's the Museum's appreciation for the support of our community.

Omar Tamez, Mexicos most respected jazz and new music guitarist, and Harv Sorgen, a celebrated drummer who has played and recorded with Hot Tuna, Paul Simon, Bruce Hornsby and many more, will be playing with Auburns own Peter Mack, jazz bassist who has recorded several big band albums with the leading lights of modern jazz.
For this show, they will be joined by Angelica Sanchez, a gifted pianist of whom the New York Times wrote: In her piano playing as well as her compositions Angelica Sanchez seeks out the lyrical heartbeat within any avant-garde storm. The charming, intimate, and acoustically-perfect setting of Theater Mack is ideal for this performance.

There is no admission fee to this concert and a cash bar is available. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. Call the Cayuga Museum at 315.253-8051 for more information.

▪ Experience Native Art Vendor Day
Time:10:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Description:In conjunction with our Living Legacy exhibit, we are featuring a day of artist vendors and classes on the back lawn of the Museum and in Theater Mack.

The public is invited to sign up for classes taught by members of the Native Roots Artists Guild Try your hand at creating your own unique piece of native artwork while learning the culture and history of the Haudenosaunee. Classes will be limited to 12 participants, with a cost of $10, and recommended age of 8 and older. Fees payable day of class and early registration is recommended. Please call the Cayuga Museum (315)253-8051, to preregister for any class. All classes will be taught in Theater Mack.

Strawberry Pin Cushions with Mary Jacobs (Seneca)
11am- 1pm
Create an antique pin cushion for hanging on your Christmas tree from velveteen and felt, decorated with seed beads.

Beaded Dangle Earrings with Trudy Laughing-Jacobs (Mohawk)
Create a stylish pair of dangle earrings with seed beads to wear or give as a gift.

Corn Husk Doll with Samantha Jacobs (Seneca)
Learn how corn husk transforms into a one of a kind doll to play with and listen to the story why the dolls have no face.

Soap Ivory Carving with Hayden Haynes (Seneca)
1pm- 2pm & 2pm- 3pm
Using a simple bar of soap, create your own small animal carving.

Beaded Bracelet with Veronica Stevens (Seneca)
3pm- 5pm
Learn how to weave a simple bracelet from seed beads to share with your friends.

▪ Screening of Lacrosse Stick Maker Documentary
Time:7:00 PM
Type of Event:Film screening
Description:Join us for a screening of the newly produced documentary, Lacrosse Stick Maker. The film documents Oneida Indian Ron Patterson and his artful craft of making a traditional wooden Lacrosse stick. From the selection of the tree to the carving and finishing, we follow Ron as he explains the importance of the stick to American Indian culture, and why making the Lacrosse stick is so important to continue for future generations. The wooden Lacrosse stick is more than an instrument to play the game, in American Indian culture it is a way of life.

The film was produced by the Oneida Indian Nation, and the screening is sponsored by the Nation. The film has also won an award at the American Indian Film Festival.

Stick maker Ron Patterson and the film maker will be attending this screening!

Admission is $3 Museum members, $5 non-members, students FREE.

▪ Movies @ the Mack: Dr. Strangelove
Time:2:00 PM
Second Showing:7 PM
Type of Event:Classic Film
Description:Quarter 1: The Early Films of Stanley Kubrick
Showing Dr. Strangelove (1964)
$3 Admission

▪ Classic Country Music Showcase
Time:6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Type of Event:Live Music
Description:Go back in time historically and musically with a fun-loving group of country musicians in Theater Mack on Saturday, October 15 from 6:00 to 9:00. Marcel Pouliot, formerly the head of the building restoration project at the Cayuga Museum, has put together a band of his classic-country-loving friends to benefit the Museum.

Seven artists, including a female vocalist, will present a round robin of old favorites and new jams in the historic setting of an 1850 carriage house. Cover charge is $10, all proceeds benefit the Cayuga Museum. Doors open at 5:30. Cash bar available.

▪ Movies @ the Mack: 2001
Time:2:00 PM
Second Showing:7 PM
Type of Event:Classic Film
Description:Quarter 1: The Early Films of Stanley Kubrick
Showing 2001 (1968)
$3 Admission