Anishnaabe Reference Library
We currently have a collection of over 1000 resources dealing specifically with the Anishnaabe history, culture, and language. This library also contains audio and video stations, computer stations, and resources in the assistance of developing language resource material. Located upstairs from Wikwemikong Heritage Organization Office.
The Wikwemikong Heritage Organization has been seeking ways to effectively develop resource material for individuals who are wanting to enhance their Ojibway/Odawa language skills. In order to better serve the needs of these individuals, the Wikwemikong Heritage Organization Committee has formed a sub-committee now known as the Naagdawendaadaa Anishinaabemowin Committee. This committee consists of band members committed to creating materials to keep our language strong.
Workshops and Teachings
The Wikwemikong Heritage Organization offers our community members workshops and teachings in four unique categories; Cultural Programming, Historical Programming, Traditional Arts Programming and Anishinaabe Language Programming.
Cultural Programming includes teachings in the Anishnaabemowin language such as Sweatlodge Ceremonies and the Seven Grandfather Teachings.
Historical Programming includes assisting administratively with the newly formed Wiik-we-aap-kaak Gaabizhiwebak Historical Society.
Traditional Arts Programming includes workshops such as Regalia Making, Ash Basket Making, Mocassin Making Workshop, Medicine Harvesting, Drum Maker/Shaker Making, Hominy Corn Making, Ribbon Shirt Making, Beaded Ornament Making and Quill Workshops.
Anishinaabe Language Programming includes Family Cultural Language Camps, Language Resource Development and monthly elder Language Gatherings.
Please share with us any other workshops and/or teachings you would like to learn by completing a short feedback form. Please click here. Miigwetch.