Making Regalia – Roach Spinners

Juaquin Lonelodge is back with a brand new edition of Making Regalia. On this latest episode they have recurring guest Red Sky Whapeppah in the studio to help construct a roach spinner. Take a look! Pretty cool eh? Make sure you follow Making Regalia on Facebook for more helpful tips and suggestions. And as always, thanks to Cheyenne and Arapaho Television- CATV47 for providing the platform to share culture and knowledge! And make sure you check ...

0 Comments - Add a Comment

Pow Wow Calendar Update – October 08, 2015

Check the list below for the latest Pow Wows added to our calendar and ones coming up in the next couple of weeks! Plan your Pow Wow trips! Upcoming Pow Wow San Manuel Pow Wow: October 9-11, 2015 October 09 - October 11 5500 University Pkwy, San Bernardino, CA - 92407 2015 He Sapa Wacipi Na Oskate - Black Hills Powwow October 09 - October 11 444 N Mount Rushmore Rd, Rapid City, SD - 57701 Chattahoochee River Landing Pow Wow October 09 - October 11 269 ...

0 Comments - Add a Comment

Portland to Celebrate Indigenous People’s Day!

Another city declares Indigenous People's Day as a way to honor the contributions of Native Americans in the community! On Wednesday October 7, 2015 the Portland City Council passed a declaration designating October 12, 2015 as Indigenous People's Day. KOIN 6 News spoke with Reyn Leno, tribal chairman with the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, about the decision. Leno said the history of the Native Americans has been overlooked and undercelebrated. The ...

0 Comments - Add a Comment

Beautiful Pair Of Native America Lakota Sioux Quilled Medicine Wheel Earrings – eBay find of the week

Beautiful Pair Of Native America Lakota Sioux Quilled Medicine Wheel Earrings- eBay find of the week

This is a beautiful new pair of Lakota Sioux quilled medicine wheel earrings with hand painted rawhide Feathers. Quilled on rawhide. The colors of the quills are Blue - Black - Red - Orange and Yellow. Beaded with size 13/0 beads. The color of the beads are Blue - Black - Red - Orange and Yellow. From the top of the ...

0 Comments - Add a Comment

Path of Beauty Highlights Navajo Artist’s Life

Rex A. Begaye was a talented Navajo artist that shared the sacredness and beauty of his culture through artwork. In this video, Rex A. Begaye describes his traditional upbringing and how it inspired his art. Unfortunately Begaye passed away in December of 2013. But not before leaving behind a vast amount of paintings and knowledge with the world. His legacy also lives on through the Sarasota Native American Indian Festival, a place where the local Florida community ...

0 Comments - Add a Comment

Wacipi at the Mall of America!

I can only imagine the powerful energy this brought to the Mall of America building! As a part of their Annual Wacipi event this summer, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community came out to the Mall of America to demonstrate to the public what a pow wow is all about. Experience Native American dancers from the SMSC and other Indian nations at the SMSC sponsored Wacipi Exhibition. A whirl of colors, sights and sounds will fill the halls as the Rotunda is ...

0 Comments - Add a Comment

2015 Morongo Pow Wow Videos

We recorded over 125 videos from the 2015 Morongo Pow Wow! Check out the videos of Fancy Feather, Chicken, Jingle, Switch, Bird and more! View more on Pow Wow TV!

0 Comments - Add a Comment

These Navajo Nurses Are on an Amazing Mission

Unfortunately when we think of the modern birthing experience, cold hospitals and pain medications are usually what come to mind. These two Navajo women are hoping to change that way of thinking with their project, Changing Woman Initiative. What a great idea! The Changing Woman Initiative hopes to develop a Native American-centered women's health collective in the Santa Fe, New Mexico area that will bring the ...

0 Comments - Add a Comment

California Indian Day Blog Recently, Sherman Indian High School of Riverside, California celebrated its 45th Annual - California Indian Day event, which recognizes the 106 federally recognized Indians tribes in the state of California SIHS is one of a handful of off-reservation Native American boarding schools still in operation. One of todays highlights included 49 singing sensation of Deleane Benson (Hualapai) of Peach Springs, Arizona. Watch out for her down the road, her lyrics are truly amazing! Some ...

0 Comments - Add a Comment

2015 Morongo Pow Wow Report

In September the Morongo Band of Mission Indians hosted their 25th Annual Powwow in Cabazon, California.  Big prize money drew in many of our National dancers from all over Indian Country.  This is one of the last big dances on the West Coast before powwow season ends.

The Desert Mountain weather in this region is no joke, with average temps reaching the high 90's and 100 degree's on Saturday.  A few years ago the Morongo's decided to invest into a ventilated ...

0 Comments - Add a Comment


Pow Wow Calendar Search

Month: Year:
Help support

New Threads

Dance Styles


Cloth Dancing

Ladies Cloth is a form of Native American women’s dress and dance and has both a Northern and Southern style. The Southern style is danced by the Kiowas, Osage, Ponca, and …


Feather Hair Clip

How to Make a Feather Hair Clip – Craft Tutorial

This project uses the new popular hair clip as the way to fasten feathers in your hair. Small domesticated bird feathers can be used for the feathers. These are from …


View thousands of photos of dancing, singing, crafts and more. Share your photos online!