Dances from Asia and The Pacific Islands

This was a free community event. 

Saturday, May 14, Berger Center
Show started at 3 p.m., Doors opened at 2:30 p.m.

Original Announcement for this event:

The featured group will be Hula Mai from Sonoma performing dances from The Hawaiian Islands, and the Māori people from New Zealand. Founder and teacher, Betty Ann Bruno, says her goal is to inspire a love for the hula and the Hawaiian culture through knowledge and understanding – and, to have fun all the while. 

The Redwood Country Cloggers and The Oakmont Dancing Divas will round out the program dancing to music from South Korea, India, and China. 

The event will also be livestreamed at 

Proof of vaccination and masks will be required. 
This event is funded by a grant from The Oakmont Community Foundation. 

Hula Mai, Redwood Country Cloggers, Oakmont Dancing Divas. Free community event, Saturday, May 14, at 3 PM in Berger Center. Will follow COVID protocols in place. Masks and proof of vaccination may be required. Funding provided by the Oakmont Community Foundation.


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