What were phones, radios, televisions, and other technologies like when you were growing up? The Syracuse Innovation Station is an exhibit featuring past and present innovations and inventions in the Syracuse area, giving you and your family an opportunity to talk about technology and change together!
NEW Innovation Station Feature: Lacrosse (dehoñtjihgwa’és) Presented by the American Indian Law Alliance
Live stick making by Alfie Jacques on Saturday, May 22 from 10 am – 12 pm at the MOST.
The game known today as lacrosse blends contemporary sports innovations with the traditions and core values of “the creator’s game,” which traces its origins to the Haudenosaunee, or People of the Longhouse. Made up of Six Nations, the Haudenosaunee are the indigenous peoples upon whose ancestral lands the museum now stands. Explore stories of the birth and development of lacrosse, and learn more about the science behind the game in the newest addition to the MOST Innovation Station, “LACROSSE (dehoñtjihgwa’és).”
Additional Support from:
Onondaga Community College Foundation
West Genesee Lacrosse Alumni
Fox Pest Control
Paul Kulick in Memory of Michael N. Kulick
Onondaga Nation Arena
Ska:nonh: Great Law of Peace Center
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Innovation Station Feature: Vaccines presented by Excellus BlueCross BlueShield
Learn about the importance of vaccines with informational panels, takeaways, and a vaccine game with our new Vaccine feature.
Learn about Syracuse’s inventive past and enjoy its current innovative state firsthand through the Innovation Station!