SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
2020-2021 VIRTUAL HO‘OLAULE‘A
Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 6:30 pm for the 19th Richard Ho‘opi‘i Leo Ki‘eki‘e Falsetto Contest. Click HERE to watch!
Festivals of Aloha Hana • Monday, June 21, 2021
We head to Hana, Maui and enjoy performances by the Kula Kaiapuni ma Hana, Fawn Helekahi and ‘ohana, Cj Helekahi, Lahela Park, Ata Pata, Josh Martin, Keoni Darisay, Ian Aquino with Kealaheleikapo Tau‘a and Teresann Makaiwi Tau‘a. Learn to make a lauhala craft and pohole salad with Kumu Hula Cody Pueo Pata and check out the farmers market open Friday’s from 3:30pm-5pm. Mahalo to the Hana-Maui Resort.
Festivals of Aloha Molokai • Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Molokai no ka heke! We taste Anahaki Farms proprietary tea, gather flowers and make lei at Molokai Plumeria, weave coconut fronds with Maui Grown 808, check in on Hawaiian fashion house Kealopiko Summer 2021 Collection, and get Kanemitsu Hot Bread! Featuring music by Pa‘apono, Keaka, Uncle Mango, Taye and Esther, Melia, and Heli Ducaroy Silva.
Festivals of Aloha Maui • Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Festivals of Aloha Maui heads to the kitchen at the Ritz Carlton Kapalua with chef Executive Sous Chef Meredith Maneé and Hawaiian Cultural Advisor Clifford Naeole who talk story and prepare “luau ravioli with he‘e (octopus), we’ll learn to make headbands out of coconut fronds with U‘i Kahue and Romeo Siatris, make ogo salad with Kumu Hula Cody Pueo Pata and enjoy music by Cj Helekahi at Lona Ridge and Josh Tatofi at the Cliff House Montage Kapalua
Festivals of Aloha Lanai • Thursday, June 24, 2021
On Lana‘i we go sightseeing with local boy Makani Tabura, talk story with Phoenix the owner of Blue Ginger, learn about value-add Lana‘i honey from Ono Loa Lanai Fine Foods and enjoy music by Kapua Entertainment.
Festivals of Aloha, Aloha Friday • Friday, June 25, 2021
It’s Aloha Friday and we have special “Hana Hou” performances kicking off with Molokai girl, Keaka Kaiama fresh out of the Hawaiian Music Institute through UH Maui College Moloka‘i Co-hort with kumu Keola Donaghy and featured on their compilation “Awaiāulu ʻIa E Ke Aloha No Molokaʻi,” which you can get now at mele.com. Closing out our virtual Festivals of Aloha is Josh Tatofi.