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The Nokomis Native American Cultural Heritage Center is dedicated to the preservation and presentation of the history, Arts, and culture of the Anishinaabe people – the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi nations. The Center fulfills this mission through programs, exhibitions and special events.


The Nokomis Learning Center provides a variety of programs for groups of all ages as well as maintaining general open hours for individual visitors. On average the Center provides 275 tour programs a year to groups ranging in size from 15 to 120 people and larger for site visits. While most programs are provided for visitors to the Center, the educational staff also conducts numerous outreach programs throughout lower Michigan. As part of the Center’s mission, numerous special projects, publications and exhibitions have been created. 

American Indian and Indigenous Studies and the MSU Museum have historically collaborated on projects with Nokomis.


5153 Marsh Road
Okemos, Michigan 48864-1198

Email | (517) 349-5777