Monday, October 11, 2021 at 11 AM the William Udicious Town Hall Pavilion, 1900 Rush-Scottsville Road, Rush, NY 14543
More details on the flyer: pdf Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration Flyer
Everyone is welcome to be a part of Indigenous People’s Day in the Town of Rush Highlights of the event include:
Michael Oberg is a distinguished Professor of History at SUNY-Geneseo and director of the Geneseo Center for Local and Municipal History and a member of the Geneseo faculty since 1998. Professor Oberg's research interests are in Native American studies. Professor Oberg is at work on a history of the Onondaga Nation, from the time of the formation of the Iroquois League to the present.▪
ProclamationRush Town Supervisor Gerald Kusse will read the Proclamation.▪
Richard Hamell, Rush resident, will share his personal interest in the concerns of the history and reproduction of wampum belts originally created by the First Nation, particularly the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois). He retired from Monroe Community College after a career of 39 years with the Department of Geosciences.Masks are required to be worn and social distancing maintained, inside and outside.