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In 1961, Wikwemikong Band Member Rosemary Odjig sought to revitalize the Pow Wow in Wikwemikong and held the very first “Wikwemikong Indian Days” held during the summer of that year. Since then the name would change to the Wikwemikong Annual Cultural Festival and would be revered as one of the largest, longest running Pow Wow in North Eastern North America.

  • Anishinaabe Arts & Crafts
  • Champion Anishinaabe Dance
  • Anishinaabe Cuisine
  • Wiikwemkoong Art Gallery
  • Cross Cultural Performances

Cultural Pavilion Experiences

Wikwemikong Tourism hosts authentic, memorable and engaging experiences at the Cultural Pavilion. Our authentic experiences reflect the history, cultural lifestyles and traditions of the Anishaabek people of the Three Fires Confederacy-Ojibwe, Odawa and Pottawatomi peoples. Daily Cultural Pavilion experiences include:

  • Regalia, Drum and Dance Teachings
  • History of Odawa Mnis (Manitoulin Island)
  • Introduction to the Anishnaabe Language
  • Anishnaabe Art and Craft demonstrations
  • Cross Cultural Performances

The Cultural Pavilion is included with admission to the Annual Cultural Festival.

Daily Admission

Adult: $10.00 | Children $2.00
Adult Weekend Passes: $20.00
Elders (65+) & Children Under 6 are FREE.

This is an alcohol and substance free event. Anishnaabe vendors only. 24 hour security. Wiikwemkoong heritage organization and the community of Wiikwemkoong are not responsible for any accidents, theft or property damage. No blanket dances will be accepted. All presentation honorariums awarded are final and will be Canadian currency. For more information and updates please visit or call toll free 1-877-859-2385.