Calgary’s Tropical Addition to the Femme Fatale Carnivale Performance at Dickens Pub

Calgary Hula Dancers get ready backstage

The Pearls of Polynesia Group Photo Backstage before their Hula and Tahitian Numbers on Stage

The Pearls of Polynesia were thrilled to be part of the Femme Fatale Carnivale ¬†Performance at Dickens Pub in support of The Marsha Ellen Meidow Foundation, which aims to get women and youth off the streets and out of abusive environments. Marsha passed away in 2010. She was a well known and cherished activist and humanitarian in Calgary, with much of her time being devoted to various women’s causes. The event is put on by her friends and family, determined to keep her legacy alive.¬† The Pearls were pleased to be part of the great lineup of acts.¬† Wonderful photos of the event were taken by photographer Mark Engel.

Shaking hula hips for non-for-profit that helps women get back on their feet

Calgary’s Dickens Pub gets a taste of Hawaii and the Polynesian Islands on stage in support of the Marsha Ellen Meidow Foundation, Copyright Mark Engel

Dancing to Tahitian Drums in Calgary

Beautiful Calgary Hula Dancer Maya performing to the Tahitian Drums, Copyright Mark Engel

Hula Dancer Angela gracing the stage

Wonderful Close up of wahini Angela blowing a kiss to the audience, Copyright Mark Engel

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