“Wild Rice People”
Things To Do
MENOMINEE CASINO RESORT (See page 34)
An all-in-one destination featuring:
GAMING – DINING – ENTERTAINMENT – LODGING – EVENTS – CONFERENCE CENTER
COLLEGE OF MENOMINEE NATION
Where students from across the world come to pursue higher learning and to learn
the history, systems and strategies of the Menominee and other First Nations.
RAFT THE CLASS III RAPIDS OF THE WOLF RIVER
MENOMINEE CULTURAL MUSEUM
Explore and experience the rich history of the Menominee. (See page 35)
MENOMINEE LOGGING MUSEUM (See page 33)
Managed by the Menominee Tribal Enterprise.
Menominee Nation Veteran’s Powwow in May and Annual Powwow in August.
The Menominee are the oldest continuous residents of what is now known as Wisconsin, having previously occupied over 10 million acres of land to include Wisconsin and the borders of Illinois, Iowa, and Michigan. The Tribe’s creation
began at the mouth of the Menominee River where the Great Bear emerged and took human form. Menominee, the “O-MAEQ-NO-MIN-NI-WUK,” means Wild Rice People. It was said that when the Menominee entered an area, the wild rice followed, and when they left, the wild rice passed. We are “Kiash Matchitiwuk,” the Ancient Ones.