Polynesian vibes await at Parkgate library this winter

Akiko Hotta, Marji Wallace,Pat Chang, Suzie Hotta, Candace Robinson and Laura Allison encourage people to warm up this winter with some Polynesian dancing at Parkgate library.  
 
Learn about the historical and cultural background of traditional Hawaiian, Tahitian and Maori dance from experienced instructors, then learn to do the dances themselves – all to the rhythm of the South Pacific.
 
Sessions run on the second Thursday of each month from 7 to 8 p.m until May 9. Free to drop in for all ages. 
 
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