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Theme for Group 'Auana Hula for 2015 is:
Moku O Keawe
"Island of Hawai`i"

July 18–19 2014

Kumu’s Hula for 2015:

Group 'Auana Hula Mele Already Selected for
2015 Competition:

Songs can only be reserved if competition entry and fees are received by us.

Group `AUANA:
Mahalo E Hilo Hanakahi – Kua`aina Pa Hula `O Hawai`i
Hilo E – Na Opio I Orlando
Hilo Hula – Na Opio I Orlando
E`Ike I Ka Nani A`O Poliahu – Ka La Kapu Polynesian Dance School
He`Aina Kona – Hau`oli Hula Halau
Kaulana O Hilo Hanakahi – Na Mana O Kipona Aloha Ku'u Lei Hulili – Halau Kahealani
I Kona – Maoli Hula Studio

designed to help our
Ohana keep in touch.


• Jim & Cris Scott
• Kau'i Brandt
• Brian Harris
• Rose "Loke" Monehan
• Kalei Napalapalai
• Phil Tinkes


In loving Memory
Roiti Tahauri Sylva

Roiti Tahauri Sylva, born in Tuamotu island of Takaroa, danced for the legendary Madeleine Mou’a, among other notable Tahitian dance instructors in Tahiti. She came to Hawaii in 1959 before statehood and was a featured Tahitian dancer in Waikiki. Roiti was instrumental in starting a Tahitian Ori Competition here in Florida. She was also instrumental in teaching Tahitian Ori, Protocol, Basics of Dance and Culture to many here in Florida and throughout America and Mexico.

In Loving memory...
Beverly Dye

john koko

“Bruddah John...

for ever in our hearts.”

E Komo Mai...
Mahalo to everyone who participated and supported Ho'ike Hawai'i's successful 17th annual hula competition this past summer of July 2014.

The success of our event is due to the support and participation of everyone who attended icluding all the people who did exhibition shows.
"To all the Kumu and Halau who have participated in our Orlando, Florida Hula Competition, mahalo for your kokua to preserve and support the Polynesian culture and sharing it with the people of Florida."
– Hoike Hawai'i Coordinators

The Annual Workshop is a multi-cultural learning experience designed for anyone who has an interest in Polynesian traditions. Come join us for Hawaiian, Tahitian and Polynesian crafting enrichment and fun. Only through healthy attendance are we able to continue the Workshop each year. We welcome you to come out and join in on a weekend of learning, performing, making new friends and fun!!

Hawaiian Hula — Kahiko & `Auana
Tahitian – Ori Tahiti
Samoan Siva (Samoan Dance)
Maori Haka Poi Ball
Lei Making
Toere Drumming
Hawaiian Ipu Heke Craft
Nose Flute Craft
Makau – Hawaiian Fish Hook Carving
Hawaiian Pahu Drum Craft
Keiki Arts & Crafts Class


*Classses and schedules are subject to change. Please check our updated schedules for classes.
For more information, contact Uncle Hank at
(407) 744-6814

al nobriga

Sat Nov 1, 2014
Two Shows:
4:00pm & 7:30pm Tickets: $20

Makaha Sons Concert

Pre-show featuring:
The men & ladies of Halau ‘Ilima o Pololika

Concert featuring:

Direct from Hawai’i — dancer Shadow Koko and special guest singer.

The ladies of Hau’oli Hula Halau — The Villages, FL

Malia & Bella Belleza of Halau Na Mana O Kipona Aloha

Uluwehi & Noelani Sulfridge of Halau ‘Ilima o Pololika.


Don?t forget! Order your Hoike Hawai?i Multi-Workshop T-Shirts from Uncle Hank before the October 25th deadline.
Black T-Shirt with Floresence Green Ink
Floresence Green T-Shirt with Black Ink

Pre-paid Orders Only! Contact 
Uncle Hank:
(407) 744-6814

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Beautifully crafted Makau Iwi & Ipu Heke created by Uncle Hank will be available for purchase.


By attending, exhibiting or participating at the annual Ho’ike Hawai’i event, you are consenting to the collection and use of any personal images by photography and/or video recording. You also acknowledge these may be used for promotional purposes by Ho’ike Hawai’i, Inc. for current and future events.