Ground Breaking and Circle of Friends Picnic

Join us as we celebrate new beginnings! The Waaswaaganing Indian Bowl Living Arts & Culture Center will be holding a Ground Breaking event on Thursday, August 4, 2016, at the Indian Bowl site. Following the Ground Breaking, we will walk over to the Lake of the Torches Resort Casino for the Circle of Friends Picnic.  Everyone is welcome!
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Happy Holidays!

Mino Manidoo Giizisoons (Good Little Spirit Moon) Happy Holidays! Waaswaaganing Indian Bowl Living Arts & Culture Center Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians
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Ground Blessing Media Release

The Board of Directors of the Waaswaaganing Indian Bowl Living Arts & Culture Center is hosting a Ground Blessing at the site of Lac du Flambeau’s Indian Bowl on Monday, November 2, 2015, at 11:00 am. The Ground Blessing is a prelude to the groundbreaking planned for spring 2016, and will give thanks for the support of the project and seek blessings for the future facility. Northwoods NiiJii Enterprise Community, Inc. (NNEC) recently received a $300,000 grant for Waaswaaganing Indian Bowl construction from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. NNEC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit partner of Waaswaaganing Indian
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Honoring Native American Heritage Month

The Indian Bowl is a tradition of the Northwoods of Wisconsin, and the primary culture venue of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. After 60+ years of celebration, the pow wow grounds arena must be replaced. Construction will soon begin on Phase 1 of the new Waaswaaganing Indian Bowl. This will include a beautiful new arena and dance registration building.
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Meyer Group, P.C. selected as Architect for New Indian Bowl

The Waaswaaganing Indian Bowl Living Arts and Culture Center’s Board of Directors recently selected the Meyer Group, P.C., as architect for the new Waaswaaganing Indian Bowl Living Arts & Culture Center. The Indian Bowl was demolished last September to make way for the new facility. “It’s exciting to be one step closer to making this a reality,” said Board President Georgine Brown. “The Indian Bowl has been an integral part of our community for over 60 years.” Groundbreaking for Phase One will take place in August, when work will begin on a new amphitheater for the Pow-wow grounds. A Grand
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