Hula Camp 2019 is here! 

Some helpful hints for this weekend
Check-in on Saturday, March 2 begins at 7:30am

Greeting and Instructions with Na Kumu begins at 9:00am in the Community Hall. DONʻT BE LATE!

No need to print out your schedule! You will be given your schedule at check-in that will have the locations of all your classes. 

If you still need to pay Materials Fees, please bring cash or credit card. There will also be other items available for purchase.
NO CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Remember to bring a water bottle, your hula implements and paʻu and any supplies you may need for your lei/craft classes. If you do not remember what you will need, please refer to the Hula Camp 2019 Class Schedule.

It will be raining this weekend, so be prepared! Allow for extra time in your commute and check-in.

SAFE TRAVELS TO THE CARSON COMMUNITY CENTER! 
For directions and address, click here

MAHALO FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND SEE YOU AT CAMP!

Please email hulacamp2019@gmail.com with any questions or concerns you may have. 


Photo Credit: Kahiau Hosoda

Kūlia i ka Pūnāwai is a non-profit 501(c)2 organization dedicated to the perpetuation of hula, and professionalism in hula practice. Our members are kumu hula (master hula instructors) of halau hula (hula schools) that span Southern California from Ventura to Chula Vista. The organization fosters unity among the kumu hula, and a mentoring network.

The name "Kūlia i ka Pūnāwai" translates literally as "strive for the wellsprings". The term "Pūnāwai", wellsprings, acknowledges the role of kumu hula as cultural leaders in the Hawaiian community in California and challenges members to continue to deepen their own practice of the hula tradition. For this reason, we use the term "Pūnāwai" in conversation when referring to the organization.

Membership is by invitation only.
 
             


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