Are there any of you who would be interested in PRE-ordering and/or sponsoring the calendar? This year I’m once again working with my good friend and 2019 Crow Fair Parade Manager @twolegginsnoel to produce a fundraising calendar for Crow Fair 2019. This post is sort of a market analysis survey. This is a photo I made a few years ago and won’t be in the in the calendar, but this is an example of what the portraits may look like. Also, any advice or ideas would be appreciated.
This year I’m working once again with my good friend and 2019 Crow Fair Parade Manager @twolegginsnoel to produce a fundraising calendar for Crow Fair 2019. This post is sort of a market analysis survey. Are there any of you who would be interested in ordering/purchasing/sponsoring the calendar? I won’t lie, the Tribe is hurting financially so we’re trying to do this on our own. The plan is to photograph 12 people next month to be featured in the calendar. I know that calendars aren’t a big money maker but we’ll also be using it as a platform to educate about Crow culture and encourage people to visit Crow Fair next year.
What happens when Big Love Ball and the beautiful Clydesdales in Vancouver’s Stanley Park meet for the first time?
That’s what this police officer and fifty tourist were wondering.
As we all watched these magnificent horses came over to us, nuzzling Big Love Ball with full confidence and curiosity. Within seconds we were encouraged to play a game of roll with the horses, initiated by the impressive animals themselves.
Apparently they love to horse around with spheres. Who knew?
After a pretty awe inspiring play date we delivered a gift to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. A box of Big Love Balls for their training sessions. We were later informed that horses that come on board with the police are sometimes anxious, and frolicking with big inflatable balls serves as therapy.
Happy to be of service.