For information on classes please contact Aunty Deva at:
or call: (360) 901-3749

Ho’olohe ke pepeiao.
Nana I ka maka.
Kuhi no ka lima, hele no ka maka.
Pupukahi i holomua.
Lawe i ka ma'alea a ku'ono'ono.

Listen carefully
Observe with the eye.
Where the hands move, there let the eyes follow.
Unite to move forward.
Acquire skill and make it deep.

Advance Adults Hula Classes
Friday     7:45 - 9:00pm     Vancouver, WA
Sunday   2:45 - 4:00pm     Beaverton, OR

Intermediate Adult Hula Class
Wednesday   8:00 - 9:00pm    Vancouver, WA

Beginner Adult Hula Class
Wednesday     6:45 - 7:45pm   Vancouver, WA
Thursday     7:30 - 8:30pm   Vancouver, WA
Sunday   2:45 - 4:00pm     Beaverton, OR

Gracious Ladies Hula Class (50 yrs and up)
Thursday    10:00am - 11:00am   Vancouver, WA

Beginners Keiki Classes  (7-14 yrs old)
Wednesday     5:00pm - 6:00pm     Vancouver, WA
Sunday     1:30pm - 2:30pm  Beaverton, OR

Advance Keiki Classes  (10-14 yrs old)
Friday     6:00pm - 7:30pm     Vancouver, WA

Babies Classes
  (3-6 yrs old)
Friday     5:00 - 5:30pm     Vancouver, WA
Sunday     1:30 - 2:30pm    Beaverton, OR





Hawiian History Class
Six Part Series Date and Time: TBA.  Ke Kukui Arts & Cultural Center. 301 E McLoughlin Blvd Suite D, Vancouver, WA 98663. 

From the very first Hawaiians who in 300 AD set out on a purposeful voyage of discovery to the Hawaiians who pleaded not to be annexed by the United States and a signed a petition in protest, the history of Hawaii and its people is truly the story of the making of paradise…..and the foreigners who grabbed it for themselves. This 6 week course will combine multimedia, lecture and interactive conversation to describe the rise and fall of the Hawaiian Kingdom. $50 for six classes or $10 per class. For more information please contact Kepule at 503-580-6662.

`Olelo Hawai`i Hawaiian Language Class
Aloha mai kakou. Date and Time: TBA
Ke Kukui Cultural Center, 301 E McLoughlin Blvd Suite D, Vancouver, WA 98663

Cost: $100 (includes books). All proceeds go to Ke Kukui Foundation
Kumu: Waialoha Marquoit

Curriculum: the above schedule is tentative based on the pace of learning for the group. 

Attendance: must have a minimum of 5 paying student or all classes will be cancelled. Maximum students: 10 (first-come, first-served) 

How to register: email Waialoha at or call  503-349-0229.


Vancouver, Washington classes are held at the
Ke Kukui Cultural Center, 301 E McLoughlin Blvd Suite D, Vancouver, WA 98663 
For information on Portland, Oregon classes,
please contact Aunty Pat at (503) 330-4856

Get details about our upcoming  Hapa Haole Competition & Ho'ike in Summer of 2010.