Explore Native – Native American Heritage Month Contest

Explore Native – Native American Heritage Month Contest

Posted By Paul G October 29th, 2018 Last Updated on: November 11th, 2019

Explore Native will show you ways to Explore Native American Culture during Native American Heritage Month.

Whether you are a Pow Wow dancer, a Native American scholar, or just someone interested in Native Culture, Explore Native will provide you new ways to learn about this vibrant culture.

The entry form below will challenge you to Explore Native Culture in new ways!

When you enter the contest, you'll be added to a special email newsletter.  Each day during November, you'll recieve an email about Native American culture.  In each email, you'll get a special code.  Enter these codes each day into the contest form for special entries.

The codes are ONLY available in the email.

Good Luck!

Explore Native Contest

Contest Entry Form


  • 1st – Nike N7 Pendleton Blanket
  • 2nd – Tommy Bahama Pendleton Duffle Bag
  • 3rd – 1 Yard of Navy Teton Trade Cloth 3 Band
  • 4th – 1 Yard of Red Teton Trade Cloth 3 Band
  • 5th – Set of 3 PowWows.com Coloring Books
  • 6th – All My Relations Sweatshirt
  • 7th – We Are Turtle Island T-Shirt
  • 8th –  Pow Wow Life T-Shirt
  • 9th – Prize Pack
  • 10th – Prize Pack
  • 11-15th – Smoke Signals T-Shirt (XL and XXL Only)

Contest open to people in the United States and Canada only.

Entering the contest subscribes you to the PowWows.com and Pendleton email newsletters.

PowWows.com may use your Rock the Moc photo in promotional material.

Nike N7 Pendleton Blanket

The 7 Generations Blanket is Pendleton's newest partnership with Nike's N7 Fund, a trust whose mission is to bring sports to Native American and Aboriginal communities in the US and Canada.  This USA-made wool blanket illustrates the past, present and future of Native peoples. The central N7 motif represents the impact of each person (the diamond) on the three generations before and after (arrows). A storm pattern with zigzags of lightning honors heritage, while steps show the path to overcoming life’s challenges. The rich colors were inspired by traditional dyes, and reflect the beauty of the southwestern landscape. Designed by Diné artist Tracie Jackson.  A portion of the proceeds from the 7 Generations Blanket sales will go to the American Indian College Fund, a nonprofit organization that helps fund scholarships for Native American students and tribal colleges. 

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Tommy Bahama Pendleton Duffle Bag

Tommy Bahama and Pendleton Woolen Mills have joined forces on an extraordinary new collaboration that celebrates these two iconic lifestyle brands' love of the great outdoors and commitment to quality and style. This comes to life in the Tommy Bahama & Pendleton collection of men's and women's apparel, accessories, and home products. Tommy Bahama, based in Seattle, WA, and Pendleton®, based in Portland, OR, share a Pacific Northwest sensibility and a unique appreciation of the outdoor lifestyle and love of the beach and the surf.

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Pow Wow Coloring Book

The Pow Wow coloring books include a wide variety of designs that are taken from authentic Native American blankets, beadwork, patchwork, and ribbon work seen at Pow Wows. In fact, the coloring book itself was created by PowWow.com, which is one of the leading online resources for Native American culture. And Volume 3 features designs inspired by Pow Wow photos!  Color pages of your favorite Pow Wow dance styles.

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Muriel Fite

Love the Powwow pages

ROY Weaver


ROY Weaver



Hi, can’t seem to enter my code to enter.

Donna Sanchez

I’ll on search for the owner of a beautiful beaded cape. I have a picture and the second hand shop it is located at.

Teresa Ford

I want to receive emails to learn about Native American culture, and history. I am 1/8 Shonnee on my mothers side. Cherokee on dad’s. My grandma told me stories about how she was treated for being of mixed bloods. Thank you for this offer.

Valerie Schatz

Would love to win any of these beautiful prizes.

Stacia Pedro

Good Morning, I’m from the Tohono O’odham tribe in southwestren Arizona and our people don’t wear moccasins.
However I would love to have a pair. They are so beautiful.


Where in the heck do I put this code?

Sandy Diaz


donna rainwater

How come I don’t get the code??!
I have only gotten it once-?

Danny Mclaren

Paul, I’m Danny McLaren and my Email is [email protected]
The number you gave me does Not work. 104928

Danny McLaren

Gilbert Baron

I got the code but there is no place to put it. This process is confusing and overly complex and needs a lot of work.

I do enjoy the Pow Wow streams and attend a couple each year here in Minnesota.

Christina Mould

Family rumours say that my grandfather’s grandparent was Native American. I am trying to find out which Nation. It has been hard due to nobody n the family really knowing the truth. I am going on the off chance there is and being raised in Arizona, where there are 22 tribes, I have always felt drawn to the Native lore and always look forward to learning more about my possible ansestry and home lands.


I am having the same problem


Hey theres a powwow in Pablo Montana at two eagle river school soon

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