A little bit of the South Pacific landed at the Millennium Harvest House in Boulder on Saturday, August 31st, in the form of the Voodoo Island 1950s Tiki Ball, which included a nine-piece Afro-Cuban orchestra, a Tahitian oasis of bamboo huts, palm trees, tiki carving, hula and fire dancers and Polynesian barbecue. Turn the page to see a few of our photos and then click the link after the last one to view our entire slide show.
See all of our photos in the 1950s Tiki Ball slide show.
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