Monday, June 14, 2010
An Evening in Old Hawaii honors Wai-nani, High Chiefess of Hawaii
Wai-nani, High Chiefess of Hawaii is to be an honored guest at the 7th annual Luau of Na Hula O Wahine.
You are invited to enjoy authentic hula and song along with a delicious Hawaiian meal.
The stories of creation, of great loves, and honored chiefs are handed down in kahiko, the art of hula done in time honored ways. Kumu, Deborah Doody, embodies the spirit of old Hawaii. She sings the chants with a powerful voice and keeps the drum beat solid for young dancers who carry on the sacred dance of the Hawaiians designed to pull mana, or spiritual power, from the heavens. Modern adaptations of the hula will also be performed.
Saturday, June 26, 2010 at Covenant Presbyterian Church 6323 W 80th St (corner of 80th and Sepulveda ) 1pm - 4pm. Doors open at 12pm. Suggested donation $12.00 children under 8 are free. Price includes a buffet lunch and show, door prizes, and a raffle will be held for a flat screen color TV. Tickets may be purchased in advance or at the door.
For more information contact Mary Tricerri at marytrice(@)yahoo dot com. Join us for an afternoon of food, Hula, and fun and great Aloha