​Culture and Heritage

 The Culture and Research Department promotes and preserves the rich culture, history, and traditions of First Nations people, in particular that of Rama First Nation. The Culture and Research department also seeks to educate both community members and non-community members alike on a variety of topics related to First Nations.

Community members and non-community members are welcome to visit our building. It features a fledgling museum, art gallery, as well as a small archives and programming area.  We are happy to respond to any and all requests for cultural assistance and guidance, examples of which include family tree research, appropriate ceremonial etiquette, and requests for First Nations representation at government functions or events.


  • Traditional teachings and drumming by our Cultural Coordinator

  • We organize cultural events and ceremonies, including the Chippewas of Rama First Nation Annual Powwow.

  • We offer assistance in research including local historical information, First Nations history and traditions, and family research.

  • The Culture and Research Department possesses a vast digital archive of local photographs, videos, and documents, all of which are viewable upon request.

  • Respond to requests for cultural assistance from school boards, museums, governments, agencies, and more.

  • These events occur regularly, however not necessarily on set dates.  For further information and assistance, contact the Cultural and Research Department.


​Rama First Nation History


​Library open to the public


First Nations Day and other events.

 Language Videos


Rama Culture Department Contact​​


6145 Rama Road, Rama ON, right in front of the MASK.

We’re open from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. from  Monday to Friday. ​