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Add Your Pow Wow To Native American Event Calendar

Add Your Pow Wow To Native American Event Calendar

Posted By Paul G June 14th, 2016 Last Updated on: July 12th, 2021

The Powwow Calendar on PowWows.com is the most comprehensive and most visited Native American event calendar online!  This is the best way to promote your event.  All events added to our calendar are shared on our social media accounts and email newsletter.  

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Sheena d.

Thank you for beimg able to invite the people to the powwow around me so we could all be together in the powwow circle of life.

Sally Tuttle

Can’t get my information on our pow wow to post.

Shawn Nadjiwon

Ahnee/Hello,
Is there a phone number that people can call to find out the status of POW WOW submissions?

Pat Smith

I found it very easy to add the Pow Wow information, however it did not say it was submitted or it was not-will just have to check I guess

Duane

Aheehee. It means thank you in Navajo.

Duane

Tarwater Toros pow wow
Address: 2300 S Gardner Rd
Where: soccer field
When: friday, Saturday, sunday 09/22/2017 thru 09/24/2017

Duane

TARWATER TOROS POW WOW
Friday: 09/22/2017 starts: 4:00pm Over: 11:00pm Gourd Dancing: 7:00pm
Grand Entry: 9:00pm Arena Director: Rebecca Mclendon Pow wow anouncer: Brian Butson Saturday: starts: 12:00pm over9:00pm gourd dancing: 3:00pm
grand entry: 5:00pm Sunday: starts: 11:00am over: 8:00pm gourd dancing: 3:00pm grand entry: 5:00pm

Mario

Thank you for the wonderful website.

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