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The Ojibwe Learning Center and Library (OLCL) is located on 531 Ashmun Street, next to the Sault Tribe’s Administration office.

The purpose of the OLCL is to provide meaningful educational materials, and promote the learning and preserving of traditional Anishinaabe ways.

The Ojibwe learning Center and Library features over 1,000 books focusing on Native American traditions, customs, and more. The library contains over 120 authentic pieces including two birchbark canoes among many others. OLCL also has numerous educational DVDs and videos, as well as Anishnaabemowin resources.

Besides direct access to culture and traditions, the OLCL also offers Language Classes (in-room and online) and space to hold meetings, events, or classes.

The Ojibwe Learning Center and Library is a safe and inviting place where traditions may be shared and experienced. The OLCL is open to the community, the tribal community, tourists, and employees.


The Ojibwe Learning Center and Library is on Facebook! Click on the link below and “like” the page to keep up with events going on in the OLCL.


Contact Information:
Arianna Nolan
Library Aide
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Hours: Tuesdays 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Wednesdays and Thursdays 1 to 4:30 p.m. or by appointment.

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Photo by Ken Bosma / CC BY