Our 501 (c)(3) nonprofit award-winning halau has appeared in performances throughout North America
* Colorado Symphony Orchestra - "Haleakala"
* Trader Vic's - San Francisco, New York, Chicago
* KEZW 1430 Radio - "The Breakfast Club" with Rick Crandall
* Lullabies: Dream Songs From Around the World - National Geographic
* Walt Disney Picture/United Artists - Lilo and Stitch
* The World Sings Goodnight - 2 - Silverwave Artists
* ArtReach of Colorado
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A bilingual (Hawaiian language), educational program featuring age appropriate songs and dances to teach adults, children, and seniors about the wonderful and diverse culture of Hawaii.
Monday/Wednesday 6:00PM - 7:00PM
Saturday 2:00PM - 3:00PM
An advanced study of the hula for the serious student. Language, singing and kaona (hidden meaning).
6:30PM - 7:30PM
Hula for Fitness
Information designed to educate people of all ages about the physical and mental benefits of dancing this ages old dance. The program stresses the importance of exercise management, self-discipline and continued physical activity. During the course, participants will learn a complete hula and mele (dance and song).
Monday/Wednesday 4:00PM - 5:00PM
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A History of Hawaiiana
An innovative approach to teaching children and adults about the volatile nature of the formation of Hawaii as we know it today. The focus of our program, held in elementary, junior high or high school settings, is to help people understand the many aspects of the island politics, and also to rectify the many preconceived notions of Hawaiian culture. Any size group.
Diversity Partnership Program
A cultural education program that can be delivered in any school setting. This concept integrates youth into the customs of Hawaii, while providing invaluable cultural diversity education. Any size group.
H is for Humuhumunukunukuapuaa
Did you know that the Hawaiian language consists of only 12 letters? This study unit allows people of all ages to learn the pronunciation and basic understanding of this exotic and nearly lost dialect of the Polynesian languages.
We offer a wide variety of brochures, handouts and school curriculum for home or school study, highlighting the legends, crafts, history, dance, song, foods, religion and clothing of the indigenous Hawaiian people.