Pow Wow Life Photo Contest – Sponsored by Crazy Crow Trading Post

Posted By Paul G July 19th, 2017 Last Updated on: September 17th, 2017

With hundreds of Pow Wows happening this summer, we want to see your best Pow Wow photos!  Enter our photo contest for your chance to win great prizes from Crazy Crow Trading Post including Pendleton Blankets!


Grand Prize – Pendleton Blanket

2nd Place Prize – Pendleton Sons of the Sky Blanket

3rd Place Prize – Pendleton Towel – Night Dance


Congrats to the winners of the photo contest!  Thanks to everyone that entered!

1st Place

2nd Place

I know today is Cinco de Mayo, but it is also National Day of Awareness for Missing & Murdered Native American Women and Girls. Bet you didn't know that Indian nation's are restricted in prosecuting these awful crimes. Let me say that again, they are restricted in prosecuting crimes. THATS APPALLING. Tribal Governments can't​ prosecute non-indians, even if the crime occurred on the reservation. Indigenous women are at risk for assault, rape, and murder 10 times the national average. May 5th has been designated because it was the day Hanna Harris, a young Northern Cheyenne girl, was born in 1992. Just a few years older than I am, Hanna never got to celebrate her her 22nd birthday. She was reported missing in 2013, and five days later her body was found. She had been raped and murdered at just 21 years old. Senate Resolution 60, and this day serves as an opportunity for people to stand in solidarity with indigenous women who are at such a high risk for violence. It also asks for the support in reforming laws that unjustly restrict Indian nation's from adequately investigating, prosecuting, and punishing these crimes against all perpetrators. 4 out of 5 Native American women with be the victim of violence in their lifetime. Count and notice 5 girls in the pictures above. Four of them will be victims of violence. Read more at indianlaw.org or check out @reclaimyourpower These are some of the beautiful women in my tribe, shawl dancing at the last powwow held at Sho-Ban High❤️

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3rd Place

How to Enter

Take a photo or video of Pow Wow Life–whatever that means to you!  This could be a selfie or a photo of a dancer, singer, vendor, people traveling, friends gathering, children playing, etc.  You can enter as many times as you want.

Upload that photo to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag:


Each day we will gather the entries and display them on our contest photo board.

Submissions are open from today until August 31st.  Prizes will be awarded September 1st.

How To Win

The Grand Prize will be selected at random from the entries.

2nd Prize will be awarded to the photo with the most likes.

3rd Prize will be awarded by PowWows.com to our favorite photo.


Must be 18 years or older to enter.  Entries limited to residents of Canada or United States.  Void where prohibited.

PowWows.com reserves the right to remove any photo.

View the entries in the Pow Wow Life Photo Contest!

Photos can be used by PowWows.com and Crazy Crow in promotions.

Good luck!

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Arthur Gamez Sr

When are the Powwow’s coming to San Marcos, Texas?

Milton Okeymow

As a Community DJ & Talk Show Host, I was talking about NAFTA Vs the Trading paths which existed from our traditional land here in western Canada, down to California and even as far as Central America. So perhaps we should talk!!! DJ TLC – 89.1 FM Hawk Radio

Running Doe

Pendleton Blankets! i really enjoy just looking at there pretty blankets alot of work went into making these they are so very pretty, and each one was made with pride , i would love to have one to put in my native roon, with all things i save wado


Love those blankets

Martha Moreno

I live in California, Los Angeles..and I’m wondering why alot..of the local pow wows,are not mentioned on here..like santa Fe springs pow wow,or the NAVA..one in South gate..like those..local ones..so can u please add those to your calendar.. please..Thank u!

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