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Please join us at Royal Hawaiian Center! Enjoy ongoing events and entertainment or center-wide celebrations. Nou Ka Hale— Our House is Your House.

Call our Helumoa Hale Guest Services & Heritage Room at (808) 922-2299 for event details.

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August 1, 2014 Events:

Events & Entertainment


Hu'ewa is a good sign of what the future holds for the continuation of traditional Hawaiian music. They are young, energetic, and well grounded and will definitely create their own path in today's music industry.

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
The Royal Grove

Complimentary Cultural Programming

Ukulele Lesson

Paʻina Lanai Food Court, Level 2, Building B
Learn basic chords and songs as you strum Hawai'i's best-known string instrument, introduced to the islands in the 1870s from Portugal. 25 instruments and music books are provided, but you are welcome to bring your own, or purchase one at Bob's 'Ukulele at Royal Hawaiian Center. Instructors Wainani Yim and Puake'ala Mann are seasoned performers who share favorite songs and simple chords. 1 hour, four times weekly.

Lei Making Class

Level 1, Building A
Making, giving and wearing flower lei is synonymous with Hawaiian hospitality. Naomi Wahinekaupua Braine, owner of Aunty Bella’s Lei Stand, shares the kui method of stringing flowers using special lei needles, usally 10in length. Seasonal flowers, string and lei needles are provided. Classes accommodate up to 25 participants. 1 hour lesson.

Hawaiian Entertainment

The Royal Grove
Hawaiian music and hula 'auana (hula’s modern form) fill The Royal Grove Tuesday through Friday at twilight. Hour-long performances feature top island entertainers with a focus on Hawaiian language musical favorites – shared with kama 'äina (locals) and malihini (visitors) with aloha.