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JLargest selection of wine, liquor, beer, and craft beer in the area JLeinie Lodge walk-in beer cave JHome of the Apostle Islands Tasting Room JHuge selection of Gift sets 821 Main St. W. Ashland, WI 715-682-6144 JWisconsin cheese, sausage, and cheese spread JHuge bloody Mary mixology department J3,000 count cigar humidor with huge discount smoke shop Open 7 Days a Week • 365 Days a Year Haukaas Law Office, S.C. Superior Representation Craig Haukaas Attorney at Law Address 200 Chapple Avenue Ashland, Wisconsin 54806 Cozy, family-friendly environment Great food & lots of activities On ATV/Snowmobile route Phone 715-685-1001 Email info@haukaaslaw.com 30990 Nolander Rd • Washburn www.sparkysandannis.com 715-373-0659 On the Bay 1 bedroom Beach-front utes from in rental 15 m the Bayfield and s Apostle Island www.keithscabin.com Dillman’s is a nostalgic resort on a lush, private peninsula with boating, beaches, tennis, biking & more. Accommodating 220 in air-conditioned motel units, lakeside cabins and lake houses. Perfect for family vacations, reunions & retreats. Spring & fall packages. Pets welcome. Offering 50 internationally known instructors teaching courses in: watercolor, oil, acrylic, pastel, mixed media, collage, pocket sketching, photography, nature study and more in state-of-the- art lakeside studios and plein air during 4 and 5-day workshops. Locals welcome. Scholarships available. DILLMANS.COM • 715-588-3143 • 13 MILES NW OF MINOCQUA Native American Community Connections Event Wednesday, August 15 Join us for an afternoon and evening of cultural gathering with drums and dancing, puppets and panels, films and food. Featuring the film Indian Horse, an adaptation of Richard Wagamese’s award-winning novel, this moving and important drama sheds light on the dark history of Canada’s Residential Schools and the indomitable spirit of the Indigenous people. All events are free thanks to the supporters listed on page 13 and the sponsorship of Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission. Here is the full event schedule: 3:30 4:00 5:00 6:40 7:30 9:15 28 Jingle Dress Puppet Workshop with Annie Humphrey, Yazmin Bowers & Michelle Large-MacDaniels Drum Demonstration by Native Expressions Drum and Dance Troupe Native Foods Presentation by Chef Brian Yazzie Music with Frank “Anakwad” Montano and Bad River Dancers Wisconsin Public Television film on Bad River History Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission film on The Jondrea Decision Treaty Rights Panel Discussion Introduction to the Traditional Feast Menu Traditional Feast Film: Indian Horse Post-show Discussion Circle Frank “Anakwad” Montano ( 7 15 ) 373 - 5 5 52