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Te Fa’a Nō Te ‘Ori Dance and Drumming Competition – 2019

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Te Fa’a Nō Te ‘Ori Dance and Drumming Competition

Ia Orana! On behalf of Mata’irea Polynesian Culture Preservation (MPCP) we are very proud to announce our inaugural Te Fa’a Nō Te ‘Ori Solo and Drumming Competition. Our mission is to build a strong partnership with the Polynesian people and foster awareness of the culture to our community. Te Fa’a Nō Te ‘Ori will be  Continue Reading »

Join the Movement

Learn Tahitian dance. Do it for fun. Do it for fitness. It’s not too late to sign up. Open Enrollment runs until the end of April 2016. Call Auntie Yo @ 209-639-5510, or send us a Note for more information.

JoJo Quilantang

Joseph “Jojo” Paciano Quilantang 08/09/01 – 02/26/16 Jojo began his battle with cancer on December 20, 2007 when he was six years old. After surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, Jojo was in remission for about seven years. It came back in October 8, 2014, and later on September 28, 2015. No matter how many obstacles he  Continue Reading »

Cultured Kindness

Stockton native rules Ori Tahiti Nui World Championship Dance Competition By Lindsey Rodrian “Tahitian legends share stories that teach positivity and hit close to home,” says Stockton native Melanie Marie Amen, in regards to her life-long involvement in Tahitian culture. “My siblings and I were born into it.”

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