Polynesian Paradise Dancers featured at Tulare County Library event

June 17, 2011

The Tulare County Library, as part of its Adult Summer Reading Program Novel Destinations, will feature the Polynesian Paradise Dancers at 10 a.m. on Saturday at the Visalia-branch library. The library is located at 200 W. Oak St. in Visalia.

The Polynesian Paradise Dancers (PPD) specializes in the traditional and modern dances of Hawaii, Tahiti, New Zealand and Samoa. Attendees can learn about new cultures and sign up for our Adult Summer Reading Program.

Tulare County Deputy Librarian Jeff Scott said the PPD prides itself on providing vibrant, high-energy and authentic Polynesian entertainment to audiences of all ages. As one of the most sought after Polynesian shows, PPD has done it all, ranging from television cameos to movie premiers to print work. The Polynesian Paradise Dancers aspire to entertain and open the avenues of dance to everyone to share love for dance and Polynesian culture with others.

This program counts on the Bingo Piece for the library’s Novel Destination Summer Reading Program. Show up, enjoy the program, get your card marked, and be eligible for more prizes. It’s all here at your Tulare County Library.