Oinkari started organizing dance-classes for children in 1997, which is why Villabona can now see many good dancers. The lessons took place during the week before the main rehearsal of the group as well as on Saturday mornings.
The future of Oinkari became insecure since some boys went to do the military service. In spite of this, the group went on and surprisingly this year Oinkari had 24 performances. The group was further weakened due to some arguments, and then some members decided to leave Oinkari while others gave up dancing after getting married. In addition to this, the big flood of 1983 destroyed costumes and material that were stored in the old townhall. Taking into account the terrible situation of Oinkari, the members decided to finish the group.
Some years later, at the town-festivals of 1992, a folk dance called “Inude eta Artzaiak” was organized by some members of Oinkari Basque Dance Group. Both young and old people from Villabona took part in that folk dance. Thanks to this project, the next generation of Oinkari was put into gear. They used to rehearse on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. First in a room of the “Kultur Etxea” and later in the attic of the school “Jesusen Bihotza Ikastola”.
The second generation began the new phase with enthusiasm. Those years were very nice due to the motivation of the members and the cheerful atmosphere between all of them.