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  Woodland Ways - 3rd Annual Benefit

Please join us to enjoy art, music, food, and community!


Sunday, August 14

3:00pm – 8:00pm

Dillman’s Bay Resort
and Creative Arts Foundation
13277 Dillman’s Way, Lac du Flambeau

Free! Everyone is welcome!

Raffle tickets: $2 each or three for $5, available for advance purchase at the Woodland Indian Art Center, Lac du Flambeau. Prizes include Native arts, a hand-made cribbage table, a Pendleton blanket, an overnight stay at Dillman’s Resort, and many more! You don’t need to be present to win, but we hope you’ll come!




Wade Fernandez

3:00pm – 5:00pm

Demonstrations with Master Artists
Join Lac du Flambeau master artists as they demonstrate the Woodland arts of decoy carving, birch bark basketry, beading, hand drums and traditional flute-making. They will also lead a conversation on the practice and preservation of Woodland Indian arts and culture.

5:15pm – 6:00pm

Native American Flutist Wade Fernandez
from the Menominee Indian Nation

6:30pm – 8:00pm

Traditional Ojibwe Feast and Native Arts Raffle
Local culinary master and Lac du Flambeau Tribal member Robyne Thompson is back this year to offer up a variety of traditional Ojibwe foods with a uniquely contemporary twist. Mint tea, wild rice, fish, vegetables, berry desserts, and yes, hot-out-of-the-oil fry bread! Every year the menu continues to evolve. Join the artists for this delicious event!

For more info, call 715-588-1514 or visit

Northwoods NiiJiiDillman Creative Arts Foundation