The Cupa Cultural Center was founded in 1974 through the efforts of Pala community members who were dedicated to preserving, perpetuating and enhancing traditional cultural practices.
The hard work of fundraising and organization lead to the construction of the building that houses the center today. Expansion of the original building in 2005 added four offices, meeting space, a kitchen, an employee lounge, and a storage and lab area for documents, photographs and artifacts. The original space continues to serve as an exhibition hall, with displays including artifacts, photographs, arts and crafts and important events in the history of Pala.
Cupa Cultural Center
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