On September 28th and 29th, the Haudenosaunee Wooden Stick Festival returns to Onondaga Lake Park and celebrates the rich history of lacrosse. The press release from IndigenousValues.com is included below with details about the festival, tournament, and clinic. This incredible event is once again cultivating the roots of lacrosse to help a new generation learn from those who played before them.
About Nick Bonsignore
I stopped playing other sports when I found lacrosse and I don't regret it. I've always thought that lacrosse had something that other sports just didn't, and once I picked up a stick it was game over; or should I say game on! Outside of lacrosse, I am a huge Cleveland sports fan, a dog lover, a frequent customer at your local Chinese restaurant, and can be found listening to the newest music on Z107.9!
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