Dating event august 2016 california

26-Jul-2017 17:40

Cultural presentations (lei making, etc.) are interactive and may have a small participation fee. - 5 p.m.Cultural traditions, performances and arts of Pacific Island nations including Samoa, Tonga, Hawaii, Tahiti (Polynesia), Aotearoa (New Zealand), Guam, Northern Marianas, Marshall Islands of Micronesia, and Fiji (Melanesia). a spiritual event convenes before the traditional program begins. SAN DIEGO Heiva San Diego-Solo Ori Tahiti Dance Competition August 11-12, 2018Reva Tahiti Productions $fee Heiva San Diego-Solo Ori Tahiti Dance Competition Bringing Tahiti to San Diego, its culture and traditions, for a weekend of exciting and unique opportunities for our Polynesian community.

Items Allowed: Folding low-back chairs Blankets or small tarp for the grass area Backpacks and small coolers HUNTINGTON BEACH: September 16-17, 2017 Pacific Islander Festival Cost: Free. Enjoy cultural demonstrations, live hands-on arts projects, coconut and pandanus plaiting (weaving), lei making, tapa making and design, drumming, traditional chants, music, story-telling, cultural artifact exhibits, traditional protocol and island ceremony, and authentic performances on center stage, all in the Island Villages atmosphere. SAN DIEGO PIFA Pacific Island Festival September 23-24, 2017Ski Beach, Mission Bay, San Diego, 92109 Ski Beach, San Diego, CA. Enjoy beauty, pageantry, an Authentic Tahiti Village, and a Polynesian and French Gourmet Cuisine as you unwind in this local-style Pavilion offering beautiful lighting and exotic flowers.

ELK GROVE Heiva Ma'ohi O' Patitifa August 19, 2017 People of the Pacific Festival yearly festival. Torrance, CA 90503 Celebrated Pacific Islands culture through song, music and craft. Highlighting Tongan traditional dance with a Tau'olunga competition.

Cosumnes Oaks High School Performing Arts Center 8350 Lotz Parkway Elk Grove, CA admission Pacific Islander groups from all over California, Nevada, Hawaii, and Tahiti. Also encouraging our young ladies to proudly represent their diverse island culture through a Little Miss Siale Festival Pageant.

Those who enjoy a rich experience in traditional culture and dance will be enthralled by Friday's presentation of the Solo Dance Competition eliminations and Saturday's finalist performances, ranging in ages of 4 thru adult, beginners thru professional, both men's and women's categories. Enjoy Pacific Island food vendors and Island craft vendors. Hart Park - Newhall, CA FOSTER CITY Polynesian Festival May 6, 2017, 10 a.m. Leo Ryan Park Amphitheatre Free Foster City Parks and Recreation Department's annual Polynesian Festival! Bring the ohana (family) and celebrate Polynesian Culture at the Superstitions of Polynesia: If you've ever wondered why bringing pork across the Pali in Hawaii or whistling at night is considered bad luck, come to the Festival and you'll find out why!

This special event is held each year by the Kumu Hula Association of Northern California, which was founded in 1984 by the late Ehulani Enoka-Lum and continued by daughter Deanie Lum-Villiados.

There will be colorful and spectacular cultural performances from award-winning professional Polynesian Dance companies.

Parking at the Recreation Center, Library Community Center, City Hall, and at the Parkside Towers parking garage.

This event is all about sharing our Hawaiian Culture with all during our May Day Celebration, San Diego Style.

Poi Pounding, Kapa workshop, Lei Making, and Lei Hulu ( the art of using Feathers) in the cultural village, non-stop music and hula on two stages, Boutique and food vendors and Kupuna tent so all Kupuna can have a place to sit with a nice view of the stage out of the sun.Most of all we have smiling faces from the shore to the park as we share the love for the Hawaiian culture and all the other cultures that call Hawaii home. Pleasanton, CA , May Day Festival Celebrates Hawaiian culture.