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Visitors to the Nokomis Cultural Heritage Center will see an exhibit on Michigan Indian Sovereignty, Rights, and Treaties, as well as many historical objects—beadwork, pottery, musical instruments, and basketry for example—and teaching tools such as maps, language learning tools, and tactile objects for elementary-level education.

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As a part of the Nokomis Cultural Heritage Center's mission, they host a variety of family-friendly events such as language classes, craft nights, lectures, and family fun days. Contact the center to schedule tours.

The Nokomis Cultural Heritage Center is a non-profit Native American cultural center located at the Meridian Historical Village dedicated to the preservation and presentation of Anishinaabe culture. For nearly two decades they have been working to teach the people of the State of Michigan about Anishinaabe (OjibwaOdawa and Potawatomi) Arts, culture and history.

The Nokomis Cultural Heritage Center was founded in 1988. The Center’s mission is to preserve and present the history, arts and culture of the “people of the Three Fires”– the Odawa, Potawatomi, and Ojibwe. The building contains an art gallery, an exhibit classroom and a gift shop. Over 20,000 visitors have participated in programs since its doors first opened. The center provides tours for over 200 groups each year. 

The Nokomis Cultural Heritage Center is a non-profit Native American cultural learning center located at the Meridian Historical Village dedicated to the preservation and presentation of Anishinaabe culture. For nearly two decades they have been working to teach the people of the State of Michigan about Anishinaabe (OjibwaOdawa and Potawatomi) Arts, culture and history.