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Waikiki Hula



Waikiki Hula


Let's enjoy Hawaii and Hula together during the holiday season!

Presented by the Waikiki Improvement Association
with Tokyo Hula Festa.  - Toshima Tourism Association

Toshima Torism Association and Waikiki Improvement Association will hold a unique interchange project Waikiki Hula 2016 with Tokyo Hula Festa. December 3 and 4, 2016.


Day 1: Saturday, December 3, 2016
Honolulu City Lights

Day 2: Sunday, December 4, 2016
Hula Work Shop (Morning Class and Afternoon Class)

Work Shop
Kumu Kapiolani Hao
Kumu Tracy Lopes


and

Waikiki Hula Ho'oike Show
at Waikiki - Kuhio Beach Hula Mound in the evening
 




 
Entry Fee: $250 (per person)*includes
Participation in two workshops during the Ho'oike Show, Waikiki Hula 2016 Certificate.

Registration Start: Aug 1, 2016
Space is Limited.
Special Hotel Rate Available with Registration.
 
 
       

Apprication and Requirements
 

Purpose

The International Waikiki Hula Conference offers the rare opportunity for visitors to come to Hawaii to learn, share and experience hula in the land of its birth, with a variety of respected hula masters and teachers, many of whom do not travel outside Hawaii to teach. For our local hula people, it is the chance to enrich their hula experience from many sources in one place, to meet fellow dancers and kumu hula from around the world.

 

Toshimaku City
Tourist Association

 
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 Waikiki Hula is a non-profit project of the Waikiki Improvement Association

Email: mail@waikikiimprovement.com



FAREWELL MESSAGE FROM
WAIKIKI IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION AND INTERNATIONAL WAIKIKI HULA CONFERENCE
“WIA has been proud to produce the International Waikiki Hula Conference for the last 8 years to an enthusiastic response from visitors and kama`aina alike. The conference was conceived to fill a need for educational and personal visitor experience of authentic Hawaiian culture, and as a way of providing support for our invaluable Hawaiian cultural practitioners.  It fostered fellowship among hula people from Hawaii and abroad.
Over the ensuing years, many new opportunities for meeting these needs have arisen, and WIA has decided to focus on other avenues for its own work.  We wish to thank all of you who took part in the International Waikiki Hula Conference, and ask you to look forward with us to future endeavors of interest to hula people.”

If you are not already on our mailing list, please submit your email address to mail@waikikiimprovement.com for notifications of future projects.
Also, please like our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/InternationalWaikikiHulaConference

We enjoyed meeting hula people from around the world!
We hope you have taken home wonderful hula, memories and stories --
and that you made many new hula friends!

Mahalo a me ke aloha pumehana.
A hui hou.

 

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