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To support the Woodland Indian Arts and Culture Initiatives, please make a donation today, and then join us on Sunday, August 14th for live music, demostrations, and spirited discussion. And don’t miss the feast and the native arts market! Thank you!


  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 WoodlandIndianArtCenter.org.

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