Lorraine Hack, 9, of Olympia, gets direction in traditional Japanese dancing from Senryo Fujiyama, a dancer and instructor with Seattle's Toryo Kai dancers, during the 18th-annual Bon Odori Festival celebration on Saturday in dowtown Olympia.
Lorraine Hack, 9, of Olympia, gets direction in traditional Japanese dancing from Senryo Fujiyama, a dancer and instructor with Seattle's Toryo Kai dancers, during the 18th-annual Bon Odori Festival celebration on Saturday in dowtown Olympia. The Olympian
Lorraine Hack, 9, of Olympia, gets direction in traditional Japanese dancing from Senryo Fujiyama, a dancer and instructor with Seattle's Toryo Kai dancers, during the 18th-annual Bon Odori Festival celebration on Saturday in dowtown Olympia. The Olympian

Olympia's Bon Odori is a festival of dance, remembrance

July 30, 2010 12:00 AM

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