First Weekend to Paddle 1/7/2015!

Where: Sacramento State Aquatic Center
*Novice / Recreation meets on:
- Mon & Wed, 4:00 pm

Fossils meets on:
- Mond, Wed & Fri, 9:00 am

Want to find out more?

Join us on Monday, Feb 9th, 6:30 pm at our 1st Membership Meeting for 2015, place TBD.

For more information, email us at paddling@hohsac.org

Hui o Hawaii of Sacramento welcomes anyone who is interested in learning about paddling, the culture of Hawaii, and the "Aloha Spirit." And no worries if you do not own any canoeing gear. We always have extra paddles and life jackets available. Friendly smiles and warm "aloha" await you on the water. A Hui Hou!

Founded in 1972, we are a cultural organization that perpetuates the Hawaiian/Polynesian culture through outrigger canoeing and racing. What sets Hui o Hawaii of Sacramento apart from other groups, is our focus on promoting the Hawaiian culture through education and participation.

2013 St. Patty's Scramble Race results
Short Course
Long Course

Hui o Hawaii Sacramento St. Patty's Day Scramble 2013 - Everyone at the Start


Hui o Hawaii Sacramento St. Patty's Day Scramble 2012

Hui o Hawaii Sacramento St. Patty's Day Scramble 2011

Hui o Hawaii Sacramento sponsored the 1st Regatta-Summer Sprint Series 2010
held June 5th, 2010 at Lake Natoma.


As advocates for spreading the "Aloha Spirit" and Hawaiian culture to the community, Hui o Hawaii of Sacramento is a proud member of the Northern California Outrigger Canoe Association www.ncoca.com; a collaborative group of outrigger canoe clubs for Northern California.

Because community involvement and our affiliation with NCOCA is very important to us, our group rally's to host and/or co-host canoe racing events during the regular season. In support of the aspirations for higher education, Hui o Hawaii of Sacramento hosts an annual fundraiser St. Patrick's Day Scramble at Lake Natoma in an effort to afford sponsor scholarships to our members.



John Green has been an avid paddler/outrigger canoe racer for more than 20 years. He is proficient with OC-1's (one-man canoes), OC-2's (two-man canoes) and OC-6's (six-man canoes). Kim Green, John's wife and partner both on and off the water, has been paddling for five years. While John and Kim are the primary instructors for our paddlers, there are plenty of support coaches and class instructors for all levels. As a testament to their admiration for friendly competition and for the sport of outrigger canoeing, this dynamic coaching ensemble offers their time and will share their talents with anyone who is interested in learning about outrigger canoeing for leisure or for friendly competition.

For more information contact our instructors at: paddling@hohsac.org


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Hui o Hawaii

located on our
"What's Up Hui" page

Aloha Festival

come see us in 2014!


Meet us for Practice!

Sacramento State
Aquatic Center

- Mon & Wed 6:00 pm*
- Sat 8 or 9 am

- Tues & Thurs
6:00 pm*
- Sun 9 am

*at end of Daylight Savings (from November to January) - paddling start times change to 3:45 pm

Days and times are subject to change. For information on current paddling schedules, please email paddling@hohsac.org

Northern California Outrigger Canoe Association





Hui o Hawaii Sacramento, Inc. | P.O. Box 2366 | Citrus Heights, CA 95611
email: webmaster@hohsac.org | hula - hula@hohsac.org | paddling - paddling@hohsac.org

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