ALOHA! Every family, or ‘ohana as the Hawaiians would say, is invited to experience an authentic island evening at the Imperial Park Recreation Center’s Lolo Luau on July 20 from 6-9 p.m.
With a little imagination, Sugar Land and surrounding communities are welcome to take a pretend vacation to Hawaii by driving a short distance to Sugar Land’s recreation center.
Palm trees, coconuts and white sand await those who attend. The evening will begin with refreshing tropical beverages and a traditional ceremony that will include themed conch shell music announcing the start of festivities. Guests may join the fun by listening to island melodies and enjoying a delicious buffet full of native Hawaiian cuisine such as fried shrimp and pineapple cake.
Entertainment will include hula dancers telling stories with native dance moves and warrior men performing a dramatic fire and knife show.
The evening will conclude with exciting tropic rhythm and beats provided by the popular band Drums of the Pacific.
Tickets are $10 per recreation center member and $20 per non-member. Each ticket will provide free admission for one child under 12. Tickets for additional children will cost $5 each. Space is limited, so call today for tickets.
The Imperial Park Recreation Center, 234 Matlage Way, is located at next to Imperial Park and the T.E. Harman Center. For more information, call (281) 275-2885.