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A powwow is a Native American gathering, a social event when both native and non-native people gather together for drumming, dancing, singing, shopping from arts and crafts vendors, seeing old friends and making new friends. Read more…

Included here is a brief History and Description of a powwow, description of powwow Dancers, Drums and Songs as well as powwow Etiquette.

This site is a culmination of my experiences on a powwow committees, attending powwows, being a powwow vendor, my photography and art. Hopefully this information will be useful to anyone seeking powwow basics, especially those who may have never experienced a Native American powwow.

Support the Free Powwow Calendar Listings by making a purchase from Native Art Gift Shop. All orders will receive a packet of complimentary white sage.

Thank you for visiting Powwow Power,
Becky Olvera Schultz.


Arts & Crafts

New Native Pride Caps In Stock

Visit Native-Art-Gift-Shop.Com

Arts & Crafts

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains

Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in New York


Fun Time At 45th Annual Stanford Powwow

Every Mother’s Day’s Weekend The Stanford American Indian Organization (SAIO) and the Stanford Powwow Planning Committee Host This Powwow.


The Coyote Way: Going Back Home

Sundance Native Lab Director Seeks Funds To Complete Powerful Short Film

Powwow Drums

Remembering Paul Kirkwood, Lead Singer of Drum & Feathers

Shawnee Lead Singer of Southern Drum, Drum & Feathers 12/10/1947 – 2/16/2016

Powow Dancers

The Porcupine Roach

Traditional Component of Powwow Dance Regalia


New Aztec Dancer Photo Gallery

Newest Addition to Aztec Dancers Page.


Powwows This Weekend Feb. 5-7, 2016

Upcoming Powwows This Friday-Sunday.

Powow Dancers

Aztec Dancers Perform At Powwows

Aztec Dancers Are A Colorful Addition To Powwows