All classes are held at the Ke Kukui Arts and Cultural Center
301 E McLoughlin Blvd. Suite #D  Vancouver, WA 98663

The halau (hula school) is accepting new haumana (students) this month. If you are new to hula or have hula experience, please come and visit Kaleinani o ke Kukui. Please bring a pareo to dance in. ALSO we are excited to add new classes of Ukulele, Keiki Kane Hula, and Kane Hula.  Please contact Kaloku Holt at 808-600-8040 or email:

5pm-6pm - Keiki Kane (Boys hula ages 8-13)
6:15pm-7:15pm - Beginning Kane (Men 14yrs +)
7:30pm-8:30pm - Intermediate Ukulele

10:30am-12noon - Gracious Ladies
5pm-6pm - Beginning Ukulele

5pm-6pm - Babies (7yrs and under)
6:15pm-7:15 - Beginning Keiki (ages 8-13)
7:30pm- 8:30pm- Beginning Hula (14yrs +)

*ALL HULA & UKULELE classes are $60/month

*If you have more than one person in your family interested in taking classes, we can work out a discount.  Please let me know. 
*If you're interested in Hawaiian Language, Hawaiian Quilting, Hawaiian Lomilomi massage, please let me know.  



Na Keiki O Ka ‘Aina: Children of the Land

A garden is a simple way to help keep our keiki healthy, our food local and our community engaged. Every garden is also a classroom where the natural world teaches them about patience, cooperation and responsibility.

In the Kukui Gardens we have two gardens boxes. The first box we are keeping native with Hawaiian plants like manoa lettuce, ginger, kalo, `olena and ti leaf. The second box contains tomatoes, onion and strawberries. We'll find out how the tropicals weather in the Pacific Northwest climate!



To learn more about the halau hula Kaleinani o ke Kukui click on the photo below