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Upcoming Events

08.16 - [Madison]: On Par with IIDA 2018 

On Par with IIDA WI is our Annual Golf Outing.  It is a fund raiser to help support our members and offer meaningful educational and fun networking events. 

It is a great day for golfers of all skill levels to enjoy a great day of sun and fun.  2018 marks the 10th year for this event. We are excited to be hosting the event in Madison again this year.

Event Date: Thursday, August 16, 2017

Location: The Oaks Golf Course (http://golftheoaks.com/

4740 Pierceville Road, Cottage Grove, WI 53527  608-837-4774

Schedule of Events:
10:00 Registration
11:15 Shotgun Start
5:15 Dinner & Awards

Cost per Golfer:
$135 for Members and Non-Members (includes: golf, lunch and dinner)

$35 Dinner only (don't golf, no problem, join the party for dinner!)

$540 Foursome

Registration Ends Thursday, August 9th.  Register Now!

Sponsorship Opportunities:
On Par Sponsorship Catalog
Sponsorship questions: Please contact Tina Napralla via email at tnapralla@flad.com

Hole Sponsor - $200
Includes – 2 lunches, signage at hole, table and two chairs, recognition on event flyers and during awards presentation.  (Note: Dinner is not included. 18 spots available – only one sponsor will be allowed per hole.) 

Beverage Cart Sponsor - $250
Includes – 2 lunches, signage on cart, recognition on event flyers and during awards presentation.  (Note: Dinner is not included, 2 carts available – only one sponsor will be allowed per cart.) 

Putting Green Sponsor - $300
Includes – 2 lunches, signage on green, table and two chairs, recognition on event flyers and during awards presentation.  (Note: Dinner is not included. 1 spot available – only one sponsor will be allowed.)

Raffle Donations: Prize donations for raffle. Event recognition on signage and during awards presentation.

On Par Event Sponsor: monetary donations at the following levels, includes event recognition on signage and during awards presentation.  Bronze: $50; Silver: $100; Gold: $175; Platinum: $300



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Event Recaps


IIDA-WI helped offset costs for the Madison College Campus Center to participate in the IIDA Student Design Charette at Neocon this year. Congrats to Vanessa Weidner and Samantha Conroy on their participation and Jessica Feggestad for organizing the trip!

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Advocacy - Sign the Petition

Wisconsin has had an interior design law since 1995, with no major changes to that law since then. Through the cooperative efforts of IIDA Wisconsin and ASID Wisconsin, we’re hoping to build support to improve it.  By signing the petition, you not only show your support for the interior design profession, but are also signing up to receive important upcoming news about any advocacy issues in Wisconsin.

Please click here to sign a petition to show your support for the interior design profession in Wisconsin! 

Every interior designer should be an advocate for their profession. This simple step of signing a petition allows you to make your voice heard and be the first to receiveupdates about legislative issues in Wisconsin.

Many thanks for your support of our profession and industry.

Thank you for all of those who attended the live IIDA and ASID of Wisconsin statewide discussions!  Stay tuned for more ways to get invovled in advocacy throughout the year.  

As Interior Design professionals, we are accustomed to taking risks and dealing with complexity. On a daily basis, we are pressed to keep up with ever-changing technologies, juggle competing priorities and meet impossible deadlines.

Yet when it comes to taking action to advance the practice, many designers feel overwhelmed. The entire topic can seem too complicated, too political, too abstract. It doesn’t have to be. Please read the attached brochure to learn about a few simple actions every Designer can take that will have a direct positive influence on the practice in our own communities and as a whole.


Know how to talk about what you do as an Interior Designer and look for opportunities to share that knowledge with others.


Keep up with current best practices and stay involved in the conversation.


Understand how the legal recognition of Interior Design impacts the profession, how it applies in other states and what it could mean for our state.




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