The event assists Indy Hula to continue its mission to perpetuate the Polynesian culture primarily through education. Proceeds will be used to purchase costumes and implements for students of Indiana School of Polynesian Arts. Funds will also be used to send ISPA students to Polynesian cultural and language classes, dance seminars and workshops to create precious implements, leis, floral and feather head pieces, costumes, etc.
The evening of enchantment presents authentic food, dance and music of the Polynesian Islands, including Tonga, Fiji, Tahiti, Samoa, Hawaii and New Zealand.
Sat., Aug. 18, 2012, 6 – 9 p.m.
Park Tudor School
7200 North College Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46240
$25 per person; $10 per child ages 4 – 12
Kalua Pig * Chicken Long Rice * Shoyu Chicken * Steamed Rice
Lomi Salmon * Macaroni * Green Mixed Greens
Haupia (Coconut Pudding) * Marble, Chocolate and White Cake
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