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Kukulu Ola Project

As part of our Kukulu Ola Project, we are excited to expand our educational activities, tours, music, and dance to help foster Hawaiian culture in our community.

 

We aim to provide community-based experiences where visitors and residents can interact authentically in the heart of Waikiki and explore wahi pana*,

enhancing the concepts of respecting and connecting to the land.

 

Currently, we host weekly intermediate and advanced hula with Nalani Keale, lei-making activities, and arts & crafts workshops, and in 2024, we’re expanding our offerings!

 

Visit our webiste for our current and upcoming activities.

 

*(n. Legendary Places. Wahi - is defined as a space or place; Pana - is defined as a pulse or heartbeat Wahi Pana are living, breathing spaces.)

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