July 24, 2021 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Museum of Ojibwa Culture
500 N State ST
Shirley Sorrels
NATIVE AMERICAN FESTIVAL @ Museum of Ojibwa Culture

All events are free and everyone is welcome to attend. 

10am to 12:30pm Workshops for adults and a coloring table for children

1pm Grand Entry, followed by an afternoon of drumming and dancing.

Join us for  fabulous Indian tacos, fry bread, and other traditional foods provided by the Lunch Box, a Native American food vendor.

Event is sponsored by the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians


Celebrating a heritage that is rich in diversity and creativity, St. Ignace’s Annual Native American Festival promises to be a thrill for the senses on July 24, 2021.

Hear the sounds of drums, see the expressive dances, and taste the traditions that were literally hundreds of years in the making – all at this one incredible event. The smell of sacred medicines and the feel of birch bark, porcupine quills and other materials used for both function and artistry are also part of the experience. The event is held on the grounds of the Museum of Ojibwa Culture and festival activities are free to all visitors.

“Everyone is welcome to come and experience the rich traditions and culture of the Anishinaabe people. It is an honor and a privilege to host this annual event that spotlights an important part of our history through the eyes of the First People who inhabited this area, said Shirley Sorrels, Museum Director. We are proud to recognize the important contribution the Anishinaabe people make to enrich our museum and inform us about the Native American experience of past generations.”

Location: Museum of Ojibwa Culture, 500 N. State Street
Phone: 906-643-9161
 Shirley Sorrels

The Annual Native American Festival will be held on July 24, 2021. at the Museum of Ojibwa Culture in St. Ignace, Michigan.

It is a day to recognize and celebrate the rich culture and contributions of the Anishinaabe people from the area. At its idyllic location close to the shores of Lake Huron, the festival shines with amazing energy, pride and excitement in the drummers, dancers, workshop presenters, visitors and supporters who attend the festival each year.

The Festival is committed to focusing on the creative and traditional spirit of the Anishinaabe people and helping to preserve and revitalize their arts and culture, while inspiring them to take pride in their heritage and community.