Welcome to Hui o Hawaii of Sacramento. As a cultural organization committed to
preserving the Hawaiian culture through education, we are active in our community -- continuing
the ancient art of hula, recreation outrigger canoe paddling, and participating in other Hawaiian-related events. Although our members come from diverse
backgrounds, our -- hui--, Hawaiian for team, share the aloha spirit and practice the ohana
or family feeling in all of our activities.
First, our Hui General Membership meets every other month at Mountain Mike's Pizza, 5640 Auburn, Sacramento.The May 9th meeting is cancelled, however will reconvene on the following dates starting all at 7:30p: July 11, September 12, and November 14. Please save these dates and get directions/address from our Hui calendar; see the links in the right column of this page.
Saturday, April 30, 2016:
Our 45th Annual Luau was held at Ben Ali Shrine in Sacramento. Proceeds support higher
education aspirations for Hui members in good standing. The date will change based on the
last Saturday of April each year.
Hui o Hawaii Sacramento 45th Annual Luau, April 30, 2016
Aunty Mona, our founder, for our 2016 event this year!
Sunday, April 2, 2016:
Our annual St. Patricks Day Scramble, a short and long course canoe race, was held
at Lake Natoma. The date will change each year based on St. Patrick's Holiday.
Lastly, throughout the year, our hula group performs at the Aloha Festival and other venues
while our paddlers race in the Northern California Outrigger Canoe Association sprint races
and various long distance races.
We invite you to visit or participate in any of our events. And, please feel free to bring your
family and friends. Aloha!