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Tumoana Dancers highlight Polynesian Culinary Festival at Mt. Hood Meadows

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The Tumoana Dancers will perform at the Polynesian Culinary Festival at Mt. Hood Meadows July 2Mt. Hood Meadows celebrates Polynesian Cuisine at its third annual Polynesian Festival this Saturday, July 2. The Tumoana Dancers - a Tahitian dance group from Aloha, OR, will provide the flavor of Polynesia with live entertainment, Tahitian drummers and hula performances. The entertainment will be presented from 2 - 5 PM for those enjoying the Polynesian cuisine.

While the dancers will transform the volcano at Meadows to an island volcano - the featured menu celebrates some of the finest island foods prepared by our skilled culinary team. It’s hard to highlight the main course - as each course loaded with island flavors: Kalua Pork with coconut rice and stewed cabbage; Huli Huli chicken burgers on sweet Hawaiian rolls, pineapple with a sweet and spicy glaze - and that’s just for starters! A cold station offers three different styles of Tuna Poke, macaroni salad and tropical fruit salad. Polynesian meatballs marinated in a ginger, garlic and chili sauce and Manapua - BBQ stuffed streamed rolls. For dessert there’s coconut-pineapple ice cream and Hawaiian shaved ice.

Polynesian Culinary Festival at Mt. Hood Meadows 

The entire Polynesian Culinary Festival with the Tumoana dancer entertainment can be purchased online in advance for $45 for adults and $29 for kids 12 and under.

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Mt. Hood Meadows offers a scenic chair ride and premier hiking experience Thursdays through Mondays through Labor Day, punctuated by weekend events and entertainment like the Polynesian Culinary Festival.

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