The People's Center exists to provide public education on aspects of traditional lifestyles and histories of the Salish, Pend d'Oreille and Kootenai people.

Throughout the year the Education Program offers demonstrations and history on traditional and contemporary life-ways. Providing gatherings, temporary displays, history presentations and the continued practicing of traditional events, The People's Center is guided by tribal elders and is insuring the perpetuation of their tribal culture.

The People's Center hosts a number of area schools and organizations throughout the year with museums tours, art, presentations, games and history. Registration is required for all group activities please call one week in advance. Group rate applies for groups of 5 or more. Art and craft classes are extra depending on selection. 



October 10, 2016 - Annual Dry Meat Social - All day at The People's Center

November - Watch for announcement of "Story Telling!

December 3, 2016 - Annual Holiday Bazaar

To schedule your group, class or self for an education activity or museum visit please call at 406-675-0160

Educational Trunks available for check out.




Traveling People’s Center will be available for your classroom or school! Call to book now!


 Beading and Traditional Arts Circle:

Friday’s  1:30 to 4:00 pm at The People’s Center 


Monthly Featured Artist Display. Stop by to see who it is! Thanks for allowing us to show your art!


Watch for more activities!  These activities are provided by The People's Center and funded by SAMHSA.  Please contact The People’s Center- 675-0160 if you have any questions.




2016  The People's Center   The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes