The Nokomis Learning Center is dedicated to the preservation and presentation of the culture of the Ottawa, Ojibwa, and Potawatomi nations, known collectively as the Anishinaabeg of Michigan. The center showcases the history and arts of the Anishinaabeg through exhibitions and educational programs and events. The center has an art gallery, classroom, and gift shop. There are permanent as well as traveling exhibits on display. The center offers general open hours as well as many special events and programs for both adults and children.


  • Exhibits
    Exhibits
  • Exhibits and artwork
    Exhibits and artwork
  • Meeting space
    Meeting space
  • Educational materials
    Educational materials
  • Nokomis Learning Center
    Nokomis Learning Center
  • Nokomis Learning Center
    Nokomis Learning Center

The center offers a variety of educational programs to visitors including the agriculture, migration, religion, and story-telling. Hands-on public events are offered such as traditional craft-making (beadwork, pottery, basketry), language arts, and music and dance. Check out the online calendar of events for more information!

"History." Nokomis Learning Center. Accessed June 3, 2018. http://nokomis.org/history.