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21 Nov '14 06:00 pm- 21 Nov '14 09:00 pm
Na Mele Kakou @ Back Home in Lahaina Restaurant
Back Home in Lahaina Restaurant- Carson, CA
Hawaiian Style Music... Details
23 Nov '14 09:00 am- 23 Nov '14 05:00 pm
Island Creation 16th Annual Christmas Bazaar
Gardena Elks Lodge No. 1919- Gardena, CA
Christmas Arts, Crafts and Gifts with a "Touch of Aloha" featuring many of your favorite Hawaiian vendors. Stop by and pick up an island gift for a loved one or just for yourself. Laulau, Kalua Pig and Pork Adobo orders can be taken starting from October 1st and the pick up place will be at this event. So if you know of anyone or would like to place an order, call Sharon Murphy at Hm (310) 325-2534, cell (310) 941-8502. PRE-ORDERS ONLY - can not be purchased at event. Laulaus (1 pound) = $8.00 each Kalua Pig and Pork Adobo (2 pounds)= $15.00 each. Food booth at the event opens at 10:00 a.m. Taste of the islands at the event featuring: Hawaiian Style Beef Stew Plate (rice and mac salad) Chicken Adobo Plate (rice and mac salad) Laulau Plate (rice and mac salad) Kalua-Cabbage (rice and mac salad) Chili (rice and mac salad) There will be live entertainment at 2:00. Starting at 10 AM and then every half hour after, there will be a drawing for a raffle gift donated by many of our vendors. Visit all the vendors and be entered into a raffle for a free prize. Come join us in celebrating our Island Creation 1st Annual Spring Bazaar. Sunday November 23, 2014 9:00 am - 5:00 pm We are in the same place. Gardena Elks Lodge No. 1919 1735 West 162nd Street Gardena, California 90247-4496 (East of Western - Across the Police Station)... Details
23 Nov '14 05:00 pm- 23 Nov '14 06:00 pm
Kapali Long & The Society
Back Home in Lahaina Restaurant- Carson, CA
Hawaiian Style Music... Details
28 Nov '14 06:00 pm- 28 Nov '14 09:00 pm
O'ahu @ Back Home in Lahaina Restaurant
Back Home in Lahaina Restaurant- Carson, CA
Hawaiian Style Music with Robert Ihilani Agno, Kawika Dacoscos & Mike Calub.... Details
29 Nov '14 06:00 pm- 29 Nov '14 09:00 pm
Kona Blend @ Back Home in Lahaina Restaurant
Back Home in Lahaina Restaurant- Carson, CA
Hawaiian Style Music... Details
06 Dec '14 03:00 pm- 06 Dec '14 05:00 pm
Kupaoa & Mark Yamanaka
Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts- Whittier , CA
Hawaiian Concert. Enjoy traditional Hawaiian music and dance. Kupaoa: It all began with a wedding. In early 2005, Iokepa Badis (a fellow co-worker) asked Kellen to play at his wedding to Puni Lau and at their reception in May of that year. Kellen agreed but soon realized that he had no band to play with! He got together a group of friends from college Lihau, Hoku Liu and ‘Awapuhimele Napoleon and asked if they would all play with him for the wedding. At the first practice, everyone played instruments except for Lihau so the decision was made to stick her on rhythm guitar since she knew a few chords. Kellen played bass and ‘Awa and Hoku both played ‘ukulele. Luckily for all of them, Kellen was strong in his higher vocal registers, ‘Awa had a beautiful alto voice, Lihau was okay in the middle ranges and Hoku could sing a soaring soprano so the harmony worked out pretty well. In that first practice they learned a few songs together and made promises to meet up for a second practice. Born in Mililani, O‘ahu, but raised from a young age in the rainy town of Hilo, Hawai‘i, Mark Yamanaka never imagined that his life would take a musical route. But at Hilo Intermediate School in 1992, Mark Yamanaka picked up his first ‘ukulele and from that point on, his life would never be the same. He went on to teach himself guitar and discovered within him a clear and soaring falsetto voice that belied his Asian features. While Mark is the first member of his family to turn his passion for music into a career, vocal talents run deep in his family, dating back several generations to his great-grandmother who sang often in church. ***Second Concert @ 8:00pm******... Details
06 Dec '14 06:00 pm- 06 Dec '14 09:00 pm
Uncle Roddy & O'ahu Christmas Celebration
Back Home in Lahaina Restaurant- Carson, CA
Come join Uncle Roddy & O'ahu with guests Shirley Orlando's Surf City Strummers in an evening of Christmas music & more. Come have good fun!!!... Details
13 Dec '14 10:00 am- 14 Dec '14 06:00 pm
Aloha Poly Holiday Fest
Golden Gate Park - County Fair Building- San Francisco, CA
FREE ADMISSION & PARKING - Come celebrate a 2-Day holiday event, enjoy great entertainment, last minute gift or personal shopping, and a visit from Santa Claus.... Details
10 Jan '15 09:00 am- 10 Jan '15 03:00 pm
Kealaleo in Kaleponi - Hawaiian Immersion Class
Toyota Museum- Torrance, CA
Beginning Saturday, January 10, 2015, PTAA will offer The Kealaleo Hawaiian Language Immersion Program (Program), taught by Kumu ‘Olelo Ipolani Vaughan. Classes will be held at Toyota Museum, 19600 Van Ness Avenue, Torrance, California 90501, typically on the second and fourth Saturday of each month. A current schedule of classes provided upon request; however, some dates may be changed with advanced notice to you. The Program consists of twenty-four (24) classes with six (6) classes taught each quarter. Term. The Program will last for one full year. Kealaleo or ”The Voice Path”' is based on the Silent Way which is used in American Sign Language. Established in Aotearoa and known as, "Te Ataarangi," Kealaleo Hawaiian Immersion is modeled after this unique method of learning language with the use of manipulatives. The philosophy and methodology of Kealaleo is based on five rules which are the foundation of the papa (class). Hand signs or ho’ailona are used in conjunction with manipulatives as Hawaiian is spoken from the very first class. Kealaleo is geared to those of the adult population who desire to learn the Hawaiian language and who seek to strengthen their language speaking skills... Details
17 Jan '15 03:00 pm- 17 Jan '15 08:00 pm
The Makaha Sons
Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts- Whittier , CA
***featuring Jerome Koko and Friends*** 3:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. Tickets $47.00 For 30 years, the Makaha Sons have committed themselves to perpetuating traditional Hawaiian music throughout Hawai‘i and the World. In 1976 the Makaha Sons of Ni‘ihau began its professional career with five members as an opening act in a small nightclub known as “Uptown Yokos.” Throughout the years the group has reorganized several times; from members seeking other professional careers, to the untimely passing of two key members of the original group. Jerome Koko is currently continuing the legacy. Today, the Makaha Sons, considered to be one of Hawai‘i’s premiere Hawaiian musical groups, continue to perpetuate that vibrant sound, full and rich with harmonies that only they can create. Their incomparable vocal arrangements and delightful stage presence filled with comical antics have won the hearts of thousands of fans worldwide.... Details

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