Enter to Win a Pendleton Blanket By Watching 2016 Gathering of Nations Pow Wow Live Online

By Paul G on March 13, 2016
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PowWows.com will stream the 2016 Gathering of Nations Pow Wow live on April 29-30, 2016.

This is North America’s Largest Pow Wow!  See over 3,000 dancers compete!

Find out how to watch live!

Enter below for a chance to win a Pendleton Blanket.  Be sure to complete as many options as possible for additional entries.

During the live stream we will show special codes.  When you see the codes come back to this page for more chances of winning!

Be sure to share with your friends for even more chances!

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TOPICS: Blog, Featured, Native American Culture, Pow Wow, PowWows.com

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29 Responses to “Enter to Win a Pendleton Blanket By Watching 2016 Gathering of Nations Pow Wow Live Online”

  1. Nancy Garabrandt says:

    What a beautiful blanket, anyone would be proud to have this 🙂

  2. Sstephanie says:

    Thank you for the chance to win such a beautiful Pendleton blanket,

  3. Dennis Underwood says:

    I would love to win this lovely blanket

  4. Mary L Rizzon says:

    Am being encouraged to enter by my spouse, and my (4) cats!

  5. Betty Bissonette says:

    I would love to win this beautiful blanket

  6. Marcy Kearns says:

    Great FB page, Informative and colorful…beautiful blanket, a great addition to my travels.

  7. Konik says:

    Je veux gagner le pendleton blanket. Kitci mikwetc.
    Thank you Merci

  8. Brenda Sherman says:

    I would love to win that beautiful colored blanket! Nicely done. I also have a question? How would someone be able to get involved with the powwows. I’m Cherokee and I’m a jewelry designer! I would be honored to be a part of your events. Please drop me a line in my email and let me know how all of that takes place.
    Thanks so much,
    Brenda Sherman
    Elements of Time

  9. Christina Johnson says:

    I’d be honored to win a beautiful blanket from the Native American Culture Pow Wow. Thank you

  10. george f dermigny says:

    I love that blanket!! Daugther Husband is Dwane Whitehorses Son and Daughter inlaw! Thanks!

  11. Gloria Tretiak says:

    I went to a powwow in Brantford Ont. Canada and it was totally amazing

  12. Lana Patterson says:

    Very Beautiful Blanket

  13. S-J Pudner says:

    Such a beautiful blanket. I’d love to be able to go to a Pow Wow in the US.

  14. Cherokee Native says:

    Love Native America Blankets Wish us luck who ever win

  15. Mary Kostamo says:

    I will be watching from the U.P. of Michigan K.B.I.C.
    GOOD LUCK TO ALL WHO ENTER. Will you announce the winner?


  16. Lisa Soman says:

    Thank you I would love to win a Pendleton blanket..ad thank very much if by chance I do win..

  17. Bob Varner says:

    Winning this beautiful blanket would would put me that much more closer to my heritage.

  18. Ascension C. Hernandez says:

    I’m sure my 4yr old grandson would love to own a Pendleton & would take it too 1 of the pow wows we take him to

  19. Heidi says:

    I would be Honored to own such A lovely Blanket.

  20. Laura Gomez says:

    I enjoy your videos. I would love to win the lovely blanket. It is beautifully made.

  21. Mani says:


  22. Se Gove says:

    Any blanket is great. I like blue, turquoise, green, red, as preference in colors, but if it’s a Pendelton, does it matter?
    I’ve never been able to buy one. Blessings

  23. Dianna Watson says:

    I would love to hang this blanket over my bed along with a dream catcher, if I cant sleep under the stars. I will be placing myself in my culture,So I can sleep in a spiritual place each night.

  24. Lisa Wagner says:

    First made in the 1920s, the Chief Joseph blanket is one of the oldest, on-going blankets made by Pendleton Woolen Mills. The blanket pattern celebrates the heroism of the Northwest’s great Nez Perce leader, Chief Joseph. Its design is balanced with arrowheads symbolizing bravery and pointing in all directions of Mother Earth. What an heirloom this would be for my children.

  25. Carlin says:

    So pretty! Would love to display this in my room

  26. cynthia p says:

    It would so awesome to win ALL the way from Canada without actually being there…although wish i was can never afford to come celebrate with you BUT i will be watching live stream

  27. Lydia says:

    beautiful dancing, singing, thank you for the opportunity, ….the beatufiul blanket would be nice and cozy im sure 🙂 …

  28. Lisa says:

    The pendleton blanket reminds me of my great grandmother,would be a honor and a blessing to win the beautiful blanket.

  29. Smithb742 says:

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