Lennox Island Mi’kmaq Cultural Centre

The Lennox Island Mi’kmaq Cultural Centre  interpretive displays  explain the rich history, culture, language, spirituality and religion of the Mi’kmaq through to the present day. These displays, as well as the cultural centre’s artifacts and photographs,  promote our history and customs.

We also feature cross-cultural awareness programs and educational sessions.  Information about our experiences can be found at www.experiencelennoxisland.com.

The Cultural Centre was established in 1973 when John Sark commissioned Mi’kmaq artist Michael Francis to paint murals depicting the Creations story on the wall of the Priest House at Lennox Island. The Priest House also exhibited a collection of artifacts donated by Dr. John Maloney and Hubert Sark, as well as many traditional photographs.

The Lennox Island Mi’kmaq Cultural Centre was officially opened on June 28, 2000, by the Honorable Governor General of Canada, Adrienne Clarkson.