Ukulele, Slack Key, Hawai'ian Culture
HALAU HULA O NA PUA O HAWAI'I NEI is restarting classes this week after summer break. This is a great time for new students to begin learning hula. Classes for men, women, boys and girls. For more info see the web site or call Akiko Colton at 541-653-3327. Also keep an eye out for the halau's entry in the Eugene Celebration Parade on August 23, 2014.
Halau Hula Classes & Native traditions of the Hawai'ian Islands
Weekly instructional classes offered by Akiko Colton, Alaka‘i to Kumu Pekelo Day, in Eugene and Ashland, Oregon. These are ongoing monthly and include optional workshops. Maui born Pekelo Day is a native Hawaiian cultural practitioner who has taught for over 38 years, sharing the knowledge passed on to him by his ancestors. More Info
Many of Kumu Pekelo day's students have been inspired to create careers dedicated to perpetuating Hawai'ian culture and native traditions. Notable among his students are Kealii Reichel and Uluwhei Guerrero, both well-known Hawai'ian recording artists. Pekelo Day has also recorded a CD of traditional Hawai'ian chants available at Ululoa Productions. (www.ululoa.com)
For more information and registration visit the following web site: http://napuaohawaiinei.com or call
BUILD YOUR OWN TREASURED CUSTOM UKULELE KEEPSAKE
CLASS INCLUDES DIRECTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS ON BUILDING OUR BASIC TENOR UKULELE FOR $5OO (INCLUDING CHOICE OF OUR WOODS, GROVER MINI TUNERS, HILO STRINGS, ABALONE ROSETTE AND FRETT DOTS).
AT THE END OF 6-8 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE A FINISHED, READY TO PLAY UKE THAT YOU WILL TREASURE AND HANG ON YOUR WALL TO DISPLAY.
LIMITED SPACE. PLEASE CALL PAT @ 541-914-6100 FOR MORE INFO AND TIMES AND DATES.