E Pili Kakou I Ho`okahi Lahui 2004, Sept 10 - 11 & 12, 2004, Sacramento CA
E Pili Kakou I Ho`okahi Lahui is coming to Sacramento!
Friday Saturday Sunday, September 10 - 12, 2004 - Doubletree Hotel
Sacramento, 2001 Point West Way, Sacramento, CA 95815
Workshops in oli, hula kahiko, hula `auana and ka wa kahiko, taught by
some of Hawai`i's most distinguished kumu hula. Arts and crafts sale
and evening performances add to this wonderful 3-day event that all
are sure to enjoy.
"Let's join together as one body of people", from all corners of the
world and all of Hawai'i Nei, to promote, share, and perpetuate
Hawai'i's rich culture and heritage by sustaining and further
educating all who are practitioners and enthusiasts of the hula.
Confirmed presenters include:
Kapeka Chandler, Kaua`i - 2004 Honoree
Frank Kawaikapuokalani Hewett, O`ahu
Chinky Mahoe, O`ahu
Kapiolani Ha`o, O`ahu
George Holokai, O`ahu
Leimomi Ho, O`ahu
Michael "Keala" Ching, Big Island
Pa`ula Chandler, Kaua`i
Ku`ualohanui Kaulia, O`ahu
Sonny Ching, O`ahu
Poni Kamau`u, O`ahu
Kealoha Kalama, O`ahu
The Lim Family, Big Island
John Ka`imikaua, Moloka`i
Special Guest Presenters:
Auntie Paulette Kahelepuna
Auntie Mary Lou Kekuewa
The Doubletree Hotel is offering a special E Pili Kakou rate. For
reservations, please call the Doubletree Hotel "In House Reservations"
directly at 916-929-8855 and ask for the "hula retreat rate".
Doubletree Hotel reservations is available Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm.
For registration and updated information, visit our website at
For more information, please contact one of the following coordinators
of "E Pili Kakou I Ho'okahi Lahui:
Sandra "Palikea" Ane (916) 428-6116 epilikakou@...
Stephanie Kuli`a Shiroma (916) 284-6412 epilikakou@...
Sakae Ross (Japanese) 808-926-7706 uilanimom@...
Landa "Po`okela" Stout (916) 435-8488 landa@...
Debbie "Haumea" Aynaga (209) 462-HULA haumea@...
WHY PARTICIPATE IN E PILI KAKOU I HO'OKAHI LAHUI HULA RETREAT?
* To bring together all practitioners & followers of hula as one body
of people in the perpetuation of hula as an art form in a
noncompetitive, nurturing environment
* Promote acceptance and understanding of all styles of hula
* Enlightenment in various areas of Hawaiian culture & heritage
through hula (i.e. language, protocol & ethics)
* A time to make new friends
* To build and promote the aloha spirit
* Create lasting bonds among all participants through a spiritual
understanding in hula