The week's events
- Afternoon at Hulihee Palace
Afternoon at Hulihee Palace
We honor Hawaii's alii through celebration with mele. Enjoy the voices of the Keolanui Serenaders and hula performance by Kumu Hula Etua Lopez and Halau Hula Na Pua Ui O Hawaii. Attendees are encouraged to bring a beach mat or chair.
- Hula Class - Queen Emma's
Hula Class - Queen Emma's
Halau Hula Kalehuapuakea, under the direction of Catherine Keuakau'iopuakea Ostrem, invites Daughters and Cousins to participate in this weekly class for members and their guests.Malama Kou Kino Class - Queen Emma's
Malama Kou Kino Class - Queen Emma's
Kumu Stephanie Marrack blends Hawaiian healing practices with Hatha Yoga to help you build your balance, flexibility and strength with oluolu hanu (an easy breath).
- Emmalani Serenaders Class - Queen Emma's
Emmalani Serenaders Class - Queen Emma's
Under the direction of Uncle Eddie Akana, the Emmalani Serenaders invite Daughters and Cousins to participate in the weekly class for singers of all levels. The Emmalani Serenaders is a choral group meeting every Tuesday from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM, unless there is a performance at a local event. Daughters and Cousins are welcome to join the classes for singing, learning the history of the mele, and having fun!
- Hawaiian Quilting Class - Queen Emma's‘Ukulele Class - Queen Emma's
‘Ukulele Class - Queen Emma's
Ka Papa ‘Ukulele, hosted by William Tai and Teruto Soma, is a basic ‘ukulele class open to anyone interested in learning how to play the ‘ukulele. This weekly class is held at the Queen Emma Summer Palace in Emmalani Hale from 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm on Wednesdays.
Classes are $1 Daughters & Cousins and $5 Non-members per session.