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The Ojibwe Learning Center and Library (OLCL) provides meaningful educational materials and space for our community and promotes the learning and preservation of traditional Anishinaabe ways.

The Library features over 1,000 books that focus on Native American traditions, cultures, languages, and many more topics. The Library also contains over 120 authentic cultural pieces, including baskets, beadwork, two full-size birch bark canoes, and more. In addition, numerous educational videos are available, along with a comfortable place to watch them. Besides direct access to culture and traditions, the OLCL also serves as the location for language classes (in-person and online) and space to hold meetings, events, or classes. OLCL staff includes a part-time Library Aide.

OLCL outsideThe Ojibwe Learning Center and Library is open to all. We provide a safe and inviting place where traditions may be shared and experienced.

Directions:
531 Ashmun Street
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 49783
(Through the doors marked River of History Museum)

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Hours:

Monday through Friday 1 p.m.-5 p.m., or by appointment.

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To make an appointment outside of business hours, please call 906‑635‑6050 ext. 26143.

Contact Information:
Phone: 906‑632-6497

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