ALOHA and welcome to our Hula family!


Hui o Hawaii of Sacramento is a cultural organization founded in 1971 that perpetuates the Hawaiian/Polynesian culture through dance, 'olelo (language), music, and crafts. What sets Hui o Hawaii of Sacramento apart from other groups is our focus on promoting the Hawaiian culture through education and participation.

One way of promoting the Hawaiian culture is through the art of hula dancing. The haumana (student) is guided by hula instructors who are committed to educating their students in dance, music, as well as history and language.

As advocates for spreading the "Aloha Spirit" and Hawaiian culture to the community, Hui o Hawaii of Sacramento performs annually at the Pacific Rim Street Festival and the California State Fair. Because community involvement is very important to us, our group has performed at charitable events such as the Ronald McDonald House Charities/Asia Scholarship Awards Dinner, West Sacramento Senior Center, Our Lady of Grace - Knights of Columbus, Boys and Girls Club of Dixon ... just to name a few.

In an effort to support the aspirations of higher education Hui o Hawaii of Sacramento hosts an annual luau and participates in other fundraising events that allow us to sponsor scholarships to our members.

Hui o Hawaii of Sacramento welcomes anyone who is interested in learning about the Hawaiian culture and sharing in the "Aloha Spirit". For more information on hula dancing, you can either email us hula@hohsac.org or come out and meet us during our practices! Friendly smiles and warm "aloha" await you. A Hui Hou!

 


Historical Photograph
Erika Petersen-Johnson (Founder Aunty Mona's daughter)

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Hui o Hawaii
Calendar

located on our
"What's Up Hui" page


Sacramento
Aloha Festival

come see us in 2014!


sacalohafest.org


 

 


Hui o Hawaii Sacramento | P.O. Box 2366 | Citrus Heights, CA 95611
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