Workshop: Making Baskets Inside the Ciiporoke
Join us for a special capsule basket-making workshop at 4pm and 5pm on 11/3. Come early, and register onsite. Limit 10 people per workshop.
Kimberly Crowley, a Thunder Clan member of the Ho-Chunk Nation, has been a traditional black-ash basketmaker for decades. Inspired by her mother and grandmother, Crowley strives to build a legacy across generations through this traditional art.
Traditional Foods Demo
Join us as we learn about using fire to prepare corn and wild rice with Dan Cornelius, 3pm-6pm on 11/3. Dan Cornelius is a member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and serves as an Outreach Program Manager for the UW Law School’s Great Lakes Indigenous Law Center and CALS. He is also the founder of Yowela Farms located in rural Stoughton.
Indigenous Dinner at Four Lakes Market
Dinner at Four Lakes Market at Dejope Residence Hall will highlight Indigenous menu items on November 3. Diners pay for their meal upon entry to the market. Cashless payment and all-you-care-to-eat.
On the menu: Roast Game Hen with Fresh Berry Sauce; Roasted Red Potatoes; Corn Mush; Pan Seared Swiss Chard; Wild Rice Butternut Squash Stir Fry; and Baked Whitefish.
Visit the ciiporoke at Dejope Residence Hall
All are welcome to visit the ciiporoke starting at 3pm on Thursday, November 3. The ciiporoke will be on the North Lawn of Dejope Residence Hall for the month of November.
Closest bus stops:
Observatory and Elm (Routes include 11, 38, 44, 80)
The closest public lots are:
Observatory Drive Ramp (Lot 36)
1645 Observatory Drive
Linden Drive Ramp (Lot 67)
2002 Linden Drive
About this program
This program is hosted by the Native Nations UW-Madison subcommittee on Indigenous Placemaking. Our aim is to uplift the central tenets of Our Shared Future to come together within an educational framework informed by Ho-Chunk perspectives to learn from and with land and water.