“Poly Day” as it is commonly known, is a celebration of the Polynesian culture hosted by the Polynesian Student Alliance at the University of Washington. This popular event showcases authentic Polynesian and Pacific Islander music, dance, and regalia from the islands right at the heart of the UW campus. There will be workshops for high school students that will cover the university admissions process, keynote speakers, Polynesian history and more! Around noon, the members of PSA will host the signature celebration of “Poly Day,” in honor of their heritage for all to attend.
This annual event aims to voice the presence of a lively and active P.I. community on campus and motivate younger generations of P.I.s to pursue higher education at the UW.This year is the 20th annual Poly Day, a momentous occasion for the UW Polynesian student community. The theme for this year is Talanoa: Binding of Stories.
Agenda & Location
8:00AM – Registration Check In
Workshops – @ The Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center
Performances – @ The HUB Lawn
Bus Drop Off Location
Drop off will be between the Henry Art Gallery and George Washington Statue. Please click on driving directions for more info.