Welcome To Oneida Community Education Center
The CEC offers diverse programming to include more community classes, events, tutoring, GED/HSED programs, and public use computers.
The CEC values:
- Diverse ideas and ways to come together through community building
- Continuous learning and sharing
- Exploration of talents
Oneida Smartphone Film Festival 1st Place Films
Tetwatunhatényehseˀ is looking to recruit families with youth who are entering their coming of age phase in life to commit to six (6) months of lessons to prepare for a fasting ceremony. We aim to provide modern day insight, traditional ecological knowledge, & spiritual teachings as tools to help balance their traditional & contemporary lifestyles.
The Oneida Film Society provides a feature-length movie screening with free admission to the public examining how Native Americans have been presented in theater and movies. Join us for dinner and a show as our monthly films are potlucks. Feel free to bring a small dish to pass.
Older Than America- A woman’s haunting visions reveal a Catholic priest’s sinister plot to silence her mother from speaking the truth about the atrocities that took place at her Native American boarding school. A contemporary drama of suspense, this movie delves into the lasting impact of the cultural genocide and loss of identity that occurred at these institutions across the United States and Canada. ***Not rated.***
All Ages. FREE. Registration required. Limited enrollment.
Whether you are a beginner or expert playing on
acoustic/electric guitars, take advantage of this great
opportunity. Lessons focus on basic guitar setup and
knowledge, learning chords, reading music, rhythm and
strumming, timing, and finally full songs. Six weekly
half-hour lessons are included. Sponsored by the Music
from Our Culture, bringing children together through
song and dance!
Jan. 6th – February 24th
3:00 pm to 7:30 pm
General Fee: $90
Tribal Fee: $45
Location: Community Education Center
Instructor: Dustin Skenandore