Calendar of Events
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.
August 2015 >>
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Fall R Magazine Launch & Fashion Show
Discover our Royal Hawaiian Center Fall 2015 R Magazine and all its fashion as it comes to life through our Enchanted Garden Party. Get the first look at our latest R Magazine and enjoy a runway filled with the hottest trends from Calypso St. Barth, Aloha Aina Boutique, Furla & more.
- August 20, 2015 at 5:00 PM
- 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
August 5, 2015 Events:
Events & Entertainment
The Best of Waikiki All in One Place
Free Hawaiian Classes & Events, A Fabulous Shopping Selection & Menus for Any Taste.
Kawika Trask & Friends
Standard in Hawaiian trio music is the bass, guitar and ukulele, great voices, flower lei, and ti leaf skirt-clad dancers. Kawika shares stories and songs that are Waikiki favorites.
- 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
- Royal Grove
Complimentary Cultural Programming
Lomilomi Hawaiian Massage
- Building B, Level 3
- Hawaiian massage — lomilomi — is a centuries old healing practice. Pi‘ilani Wright, a certified practitioner, demonstrates lomilomi basics with class participants paired up to learn and apply simple techniques. Partners then switch giving each student the opportunity to experience both giving and receiving lomilomi.
- Building A, Level 1
- Our Lauhala Weaving Class will cover the basic skills, technique, preparation and crafting of hala leaves into wearable Hawaiian art, such as a bracelet. Kumu Bill Keoua Nelson, who comes from a long line of prominent lauhala weavers, conducts this family friendly class.
- The Royal Grove
- Hula is the art of Hawaiian dance. It expresses all that we hear, see, smell, taste, touch and feel. Hula is life. The late kumu hula - dance master - Maiki Aiu Lake's philosophy expresses the depths of this Hawaiian art form. Puake'ala Mann, a kumu hula graduate of Hälau Hula o Maiki, shares basic hand gestures, footwork and body movements that accentuate mele - chant or song lyrics.
- The Royal Grove
- Hawaiian music and hula 'auana (hula’s modern form) fill The Royal Grove Monday 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.