MAHALO TO OUR SPONSORS!
Ke Kukui Foundation presents the
Thursday, July 28 and Friday, July 29 at Clark College
Registration is now open!
Hula dancers and crafters of Hawaiian arts pilgrimage from around the globe to attend this one of a kind workshop. With preeminent master instructors from Hawaiʻi, the workshop offers instruction on dance, language, oli/chant, mele, outrigger canoe paddling, history, current Hawaiian issues, and cultural crafts. E komo mai a e a‘o pū kākou! Come and learn with us. There’s something for everyone!
- NEW CLASS THIS YEAR - Outrigger Canoe Paddling
- Kids (keiki 6-11 years) - cultural crafts, stories and hula presented by Uncle Calvin Hoe, storyteller Mauliola Cook, and Hula Preservation Society
- For those with limited mobility, join our chair seated hula class - Hula Pu‘uwai
- Fresh lei making techniques – Lei Wili and Lei Haku
- Hawaiian values, the way to make things right – Ho‘oponopono
- Hawaiian Massage - Lomilomi for the hula dancer and/or for the massage therapist (5 CE credits)
- Field trip to Fort Vancouver to learn about the role of early Hawaiians and see the excavation of the Village today
- Hula taught by respected kumu hula from Hawai‘i and the Pacific Northwest – intermediate and advanced levels
Morning classes include breakfast. Afternoon classes include lunch. Full day classes include both meals.
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July 29, 2016 5-9 PM
Mahalo to all of the talented competitors. CLICK HERE to see the 2015 winners!
Classic Hapa Haole Music Lives! Join us on Friday, July 29 for a throw back to this early modern era of hula & music. In keeping with the hapa-haole tradition, all songs within each category must be sung in English and the theme of the performance must be about Hawaiʻi. The era of music must be from the 1900 to 1959 period when classic Hapa Haole music was at it's prime. Prizes and recognition will be awarded to the winners. Winning soloists and groups will be showcased at the following day’s Ho‘ike and Hawaiian Festival. This is a FREE event!
July 28, 2016 6-9 PM Clark College (Gaiser Hall)
Join us at Clark College in Gaiser Hall Student Center from 6 to 9 pm! We've heard there'll be some exceptional hula dancers coming to dance impromptu style along with a musician or two playing excellent Hawaiian music. Food and drink available for purchase. Wear your best Aloha attire, feel free to get up and dance and enjoy the fun. This is a FREE event! ALL ages.
July 30, 2016 8-10 AM
Our Annual Aloha 5K Fun Run continues to bring awareness to health and exercise in the Hawaiian and
Hawaiian-at-Heart community. Whether you're a serious runner or walking with the ʻohana (family), this 5K course will bring out the Aloha spirit as it follows along the beautiful Columbia River. There will be live music at the turnaround. Where else in the region can you get all full day of Hawaiian music, food, shave ice, and of course hula at the end of a run? Join us on Saturday, July 30!
2015 RACE RESULTS! Click to view results
2012 Recipient of the "Spirit of Tourism" Award • Vancouver USA Regional Tourism
Esther Short Park,W Columbia St. and 8th St., Vancouver, WA 98660
July 30, 2016 10 AM to 7 PM
Over 10,000 visitors have swayed to the rhythm as hula dancers and Polynesian singers filled the park with the heartbeat of their cultures. Raffles, keiki (kids) activities, arts and crafts, business and delicious food vendors round out this two day long outdoor festival which is now considered the third largest annual event at Esther Short Park. Bring a low backed chair or blanket and enjoy the tropical festivities. We will have an accessible viewing area available to ADA guests sectioned off up front which will accommodate wheelchairs and higher backed seats. Accessibility to this area is via the concrete pavement adjoined to the stage stairs. This is a FREE event! All ages!
Mahalo for your support in continuing this tradition.
Mahalo for your interest in becoming a vendor at our event.
CLICK HERE for online vendor registration. We wish you much success!
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