Pasifika men gather to share their stories of regeneration with song and memories. We invite you to come to the circle. Ulu tonu mai.
Oral traditions have carried the knowledge and history of our people for generations as we have traversed the ocean and settled in other places. In recent times, the challenge has been overwhelming and demanding. Some don’t make it.
A junction at a crossroads offers a sanctuary - a time to stop and look back so we can heal and rejuvenate. We pay tribute to our tupuna and our guides with the languages and rhythms of the moana.
Two locations - two nights of tales interwoven with the music and song. Pasifika men will gather to share their stories and memories and invite you to come to the circle. There will be some joyful moments to embrace and some melancholy reflections to soothe. Ulu tonu mai.
(This event has two venues: Fri: Macandrew Bay Community Hall / Sat: Brockville Community Hall)