Hawaiian Polynesian Night
What’s with the weather this spring? Just when a mid-60s-degree day has us ready for shorts and sundresses, we hear freeze warnings for the following overnight forecast. If this rollercoaster of wacky weather has you yearning for a tropical getaway, why not take the family to the Kings Park Heritage Museum for the Hawaiian Polynesian Night, featuring the Dance Aloha Dance Troupe.
Channel your inner Mahalo spirit and bring the whole family to enjoy the native dances and songs from the islands of Tahiti and Hawaii. Learn a bit about traditional Polynesian culture. And get into the groove yourself with your chance to learn a Hula and a Tahitian dance. (Even if you don’t usually dance, think of this as your chance to embarrass your kids with your attempt at wild and sultry hip gyrations.)
Kids and adults of all ages are welcome and encouraged to participate and, unlike taking the whole family on a trip to Hawaii, this experience is free admission for all. So from 7-9 p.m., you’ll want to be there, aloha. See the website for more info and directions.