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Visit one of the oldest historic sites in Michigan and the U.S. Midwest. Experience living history and travel back in time at the St. Ignace Heritage Days July 14-July 16 at the Museum of Ojibwa Culture and Fort de Buade Museum.

St. Ignace is the third oldest continuously occupied settlement in the United States. The location of the Museum of Ojibwa Culture is recognized as one of the oldest historical sites in Michigan and the Midwest.

Join us as we pay special tribute to our rich history. Experience life as it was in the 1760s. Learn the traditional methods of making birch bark baskets and the art of hand drum making. Enjoy special presentations, live music, traditional foods and a variety of other exciting events.
All activities take place at either Fort de Buade or the Museum of Ojibwa Culture.

For more information call the Fort de Buade Museum at 906-643-6627 or Museum of Ojibwa Culture at 906-643-6191.

This event is brought to you by the Michilimackinac Historical Society, Museum of Ojibwa Culture, St. Ignace Public Library, St. Ignace Events Committee, St. Ignace Area Community Foundation, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, and the many volunteers who so generously give of their time.

See attached flyer for more information.

Heritage Days Poster

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Photo by Ken Bosma / CC BY