Registration Form

Aloha Festivals Hula Workshops 
WAIKIKI HULA 2017

 

REGISTREG FORM  *click here

 

PRINT OUT, FILL IN AND MAIL WITH PAYMENT OR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION TO:
Waikiki Improvement Association / 2250 Kalakaua Ave., Ste 315 / Honolulu, HI 96815
IF PAYING BY CREDIT CARD YOU CAN ALSO FAX TO: (808) 923-2622 (Honolulu, Hawaii, USA)
OR SCAN IN EMAIL TO: mihoko@waikikiimprovement.com
PAYMENT INFORMATION
We accept money order/cashiers checks and credit card payments. Make money orders and cashiers
checks payable to “Waikiki Improvement Association.

 


Waikiki Hula 2017 Aloha Festival Hula Work Shop  – Registration Form



CREDIT CARD PAYMENT (Check one) ___VISA ___MASTERCARD ___JCB
Name on Card _______________________________________________________________________
Card Number __________________________________________ Expiration Date _______________
Verification Code (on back) _____________________ Amount Paid (US $) ____________________
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Name_______________________________________________________________________________
Address _____________________________________________________________________________
City ____________________________State________Zip or Postal Code_______ Country ________
Phone _____________________________________ Mobile __________________________________
Email address ______________________________ Date of Birth _____________________________
Hula Experience? Yes _____ No _____ If yes, number of years ______
WORKSHOP CHOICES
Cost per workshop: $100 ($125 at the door) Check choice(s) and fill in total payment below.
___ 1. Hula Auana (modern hula) “Aloha Week Hula” 9:00am-12:00pm w/evening show $100
___ 2. Hula Kahiko (ancient hula) “No Ke And Ahiahi” 1:00pm-4:00pm w/free implement $100
TOTAL PAYMENT (US$) _______________________

 



 

Both workshops will be taught by one of Hawaiʻi’s respected and beloved kumu hula (hula teachers),
Nalani Keale.
1. Hula Auana (modern hula) “Aloha Week Hula” 3 hours 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Take home a unique personal souvenir from Aloha Festivals: learn the “Aloha Week Hula,” the Aloha
Festivals theme song. Students will be taught the footwork and hand motions for this popular hapa-haole
song and will have the opportunity to perform with the class at the Aloha Festivals Waikīkī Hoʻolauleʻa that
evening. Includes Aloha Week Festivals Ribbon.
2. Hula Kahiko (ancient hula) “No Ke Ano Ahiahi” 3 hours 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
This classic ancient hula is a seated dance, self-accompanied by chant and the single split bamboo
implement, pu`ili. The chant tells the story of a fantasy voyage to America and is dedicated to Hawaii’s
first elected king, William Lunalilo. You may keep the pu`ili as our gift.

 

 

~Hula in the Land its Birth~ Let’s enjoy Hawaii and Hula together!

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

©2017 Waikiki Improvement Association