Any of these may be selected when you book one of the core programs:
This would include story telling or any other special topic:
School-Wide Assembly Programs:
Nokomis Learning Center also offers a number of other programs throught our Speaker's Bureau which can be offered both at the Center and off-site at your meeting place. We have crafters, dancers, drummers, and speakers available to present on a number of topics. See our Speaker's Bureau information for more about programming possibilities.
Scheduling in advance is required for curriculum programs. So, call Ann, at (517) 944-0182 or the Center at (517) 349-5777, to reserve your day and time. Please schedule at least 3 weeks in advance of your desired date as slots fill up quickly during these school months. Miiguich.
Educators may purchase memberships to Nokomis Learning Center for the special discounted rate of $20.00. Membership includes our quarterly newsletter to keep you updated on Nokomis happenings and offerings, invitations to special events, and 10% off gift shop purchases and building rentals. In addition, the educator membership also entitles the member to special offers on educational materials.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Nokomis Learning Center download the Membership Form and fill it out. Drop it in the nearest mailbox or bring it with you to one of our many events!
Gift Shop Items of Interest to Educators:
There are many items in our gift shop designed to be useful for educators and students of all ages. We have books, instructional materials, visual aides, and much more, all of which are a perfect fit in any classroom or home learning library.
Please visit our gift shop to browse and purchase these items.
Becoming A Member:
The Nokomis Learning Center's Annual Membership can be downloaded and printed. Drop it in the nearest mailbox or bring it with you to one of our many events!
You are invited to become a member
Become a friend of the Nokomis Learning Center and discover the exciting culture of the Native American peoples who have lived in the Great Lakes region for thousands of years!
Your membership will help support the Center's mission and better serve the thousands of school children who visit our facility annually. Each year schools, scouting groups and individual visitors enjoy a "hands-on" learning experience with knowledgeable members of our staff and volunteers.
Since its founding in 1988, Nokomis has hosted numerous exhibitions and educational programs, published several books, and been a model for many other institutions around the nation. We invite you to become a part of our efforts to promote Michigan’s rich Native American heritage.
Benefits of membership include:
Miigwech (Thank you!)
Download the Membership Form (Requires the free Adobe Reader application). Download the Board Membership Application. Download Board Membership Background Information Form.
Call for Volunteers
The Nokomis Learning Center truly appreciates volunteers who can offer their time and talents to furthering the mission of the Center.
There are many activites for volunteers to participate in at Nokomis including:
If you or anyone you know may be interested in becoming a volunteer at Nokomis Please feel free to stop in and discuss how we can work together to build a stronger community or download and mail in our volunteer form.
Theron E. Moore
Kathy Yates, BASW
William T. Cross II
Steve Perry, M.A.