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Tsha'hon'nonyen'dukhwa' - Onondaga Nation Arena 

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Onondaga Nation Arena

  • Onondaga Nation Arena
  • Onondaga Nation Arena
  • Onondaga Nation Arena

Summary

  Tsha'hon'nonyen'dukhwa' is located on the Onondaga Nation.  The Onondaga Nation is sovereign territory which uses the traditional chiefs and  clanmothers to govern themselves. Tsha'hon'nonyen'dukhwa' - Onondaga Nation ArenaThe building was constructed in 2001 after years of anticipation.    The building uses the symbolism of the Haudenosaunee in its design. The colors of the arena are purple and white, the colors used in our wampum belts.  The front of the arena displays two belts. One shows the union of 5 nations (the Haudenosaunee), the Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, and Mohawk. Directly below the five connected symbols, is the two row wampum belt easily recognized by the two parallel purple strips. The belt represents two people, the Haudenosaunee and thier new white brothers living together in peace, separate, and equal.   The arena has seating on both sides and has seating for 2,000 fans. The arena also has multiple dressing rooms ready for tournament play. Fans can also enjoy pizza and burgers at the FAST BREAK cafe. Tsha'hon'nonyen'dukhwa' - Onondaga Nation Arena The floor surface is 200ft. X 85ft. The ice surface will be on by in October. There are plenty of opportunities to rent ice for local lockey, figure skating or birthday parties. Call for more information.   Directions:   From the I-90, take exit 36 (I-81). Head South on I-81. Take exit 16, turn right, arena is 1 mile on right side.    

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