2019 Hawaiian Hula Workshops by Kumu Hula Leihi'ilani Kirkpatrick
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18 - SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 2019
HAWAIIAN HULA INTERNATIONAL (HHI) is excited to announce its 2019
Hawaiian Hula Workshops by Kumu Hula Leihi‘ilani Kirkpatrick (Kumu Lei) to be
held Friday, January 18, 2019 through Sunday, January 20, 2019 in North
County San Diego, California.
A 3-PART HULA INTENSIVE WEEKEND FOR ALL LEVELS with her traditional Welcome Ceremony Potluck Dinner on Friday and complimentary sessions at our new Hawaiian Hula Arts Village by Kumu Hula Leihi'ilani Kirkpatrick on Sunday (limited to the first 60 RSVP'd guests, minimal material costs). Join us for one or more of our sessions and celebrations!
(Saturday Workshops are at 10% DISCOUNT RATES HAVE BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL JANUARY 16)
For assistance with offline registration (for you non-technical
people), please contact Kalani Alegre via email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor frequently asked questions, please see PRODUCT DETAILS at the
bottom of REGISTRATION, RSVPS & PURCHASES tab
This is the 4th year that Kumu Hula Leihi'ilani Kirkpatrick is coming from the island of Kaua'i carrying the torch of her Kumu Hula, Lehua Kawaikapuokalani Hewett. Truly a Hawaiian Renaissance man in his own right, he is known for being a bold catalyst of authentic hula training and the perpetuation of hula traditions in the mainland USA. At our new Hawaiian Hula Arts Village by Kumu Hula Leihi'ilani Kirkpatrick shares her experience in lei making, kapa-making and kapala stamping. She has served as a lei judge in several contests in addition to being a Kumu Hula (hula teacher) with traditional 'uniki rites, a Kumu Huaka'i (excursion teacher), a Kahu (minister) licensed in the State of Hawai'i and a former Kahua (mentor) for Kamehameha Schools
ALL OUR WORKSHOPS CELEBRATE THE HEART AND THE LEGACY OF KING DAVID KALAKAUA
This year our workshops commemorate the passing of the First Hawaiian Renaissance Man and the last reigning King of Hawai'i, King David Kalākaua (November 16, 1836 - January 20, 1891) . It is a call to boldy do what is right on behalf of the Hawaiian people, their hula and their culture...to be HE PUA LAHA 'OLE as he was in the mainland USA. He pua laha 'ole is an 'olelo no'eau Hawai'i (Hawaiian proverb) which translates as a flower not common. It is an expression of one
who is as choice and highly prized as a very rare blossom http://morningmanao.blogspot.com/2010/01/he-pua-laha-ole.html. King David Kalākaua commanded the return of hula for the Hawaiian people and started a Hawaiian Cultural Renaissance in his days, let us all follow his example and continue to burn the torch to do the same for the Mainland USA.
HAWAIIAN HULA INTERNATIONAL EMBRACES THE HEART AND LEGACY OF KING DAVID KALAKAUA
In the 1870's at 'Ulupalakua, Maui, King
David Kālakaua planted his ring of cypress trees known as the HULA CIRCLE.
It came to symbolize the reawakening of Hawaiian hula, culture
and tradition amongst those who are Hawai‘i and hula lovers.
After 40 years without hula, King
David Kālakaua commanded its return at his jubilee
birthday celebration. King David Kalākaua traveled internationally seeking help on behalf of Hawai'i, his people and his culture. HHI's mission is CARING FOR THE HULA / MIND, BODY, SOUL & SPIRIT. Hawaiian Hula International's goal is to build a hula 'ohana known as Hawaiian Hula International, a grass roots organization with a worldwide vision of a
strong and united hula ‘ohana that gathers regularly to renew their common commitment: CARE FOR THE HULA AND SHARE ALOHA.
EXPERIENCE ONE OR MORE SESSIONS OF OUR 3-DAY HULA INTENSIVE WEEKEND FOR ALL LEVELS
Participation in the Hawaiian Hula Workshops and the Hawaiian Hula
Arts Village by Kumu Hula Leihi'ilani Kirkpatrick is also designed for those who may be interested in being a performing member of Hawaiian Hula International, a collaboration of
all hālau hula (hula schools), Polynesian dance groups, hula worship ministries
and individuals. Whether you are a hula dancer, lei maker or kapa designer, we invite you to join us in sharing what we have collectively learned. The first performance scheduled is at the 2019 SAN DIEGO HO'OLAULE'A, the
annual Hawaiian Cultural Festival to be held the weekend of May 4-5, 2019 at De
Anza Cove. We will also be a part of its Hawaiian Cultural Village in which Kumu Hula Leihi'ilani Kirkpatrick's Hālau Ka Lei Kukui Hi'ilani Mainland USA Extension has served for the past 4 years.
OUR 3-DAY HULA INTENSIVE WEEKEND EVENT SCHEDULE (See ticket page for schedule details)
***Our two venues are within a 5-mile drive from each other.
This is a complimentary cultural gathering that includes an ALOHA 'OE POTLUCK DINNER limited to first 60 RSVP'd guests. The venue located in a private gated-community requires an RSVP to be placed on security guard's guest list to enter.
Sunday, January 20, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm (Doors open at 8:30am)
Three (3) Complimentary Sessions for Attendees: Hawaiian style natural fabric dyeing, kapa design stamping and fresh lei making
January 20, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm (Doors open at 6:00pm)
Revue, Aloha 'Oe Potluck Dinner (RSVP required for all participants and her halau hula 'ohana)
We are honored and privileged to announce all hula workshops at this event will be taught by the esteemed Kumu Hula Leihi‘ilani Kirkpatrick (Kumu Lei) with a wealth of experience and knowledge:
Kumu Hula (hula teacher) through traditional 'uniki rites
Recognized Hawaiiana Educator
Recognized Lei Judge
Kumu Huaka‘i (excursion teacher) for Kaua'i Maoli
Ordained Kahu (minister) licensed by the State of Hawai‘i.
Former Kahua (mentor) for the Department of Education and Kamehameha Schools
Students from Singapore, Japan, Europe and the mainland USA travel regularly to Kaua‘i to study with Kumu Lei, and we are very blessed to have her journey to the mainland to share her knowledge. She draws a wide range of workshop attendees including other Kumu Hula, Hawaiian Cultural Practitioners, dancers, educators and ministers from the islands, mainland USA and abroad, in addition to returning attendees.
For those without hula experience or for those who want to master Kumu Lei's hula style, we encourage you to purchase Kumu Lei's HAWAIIAN HULA TUTORIAL DVD Part 1 from Online Dance Center: http://www.hawaiianhulatutorial.com
With your continued participation and support, we can keep the traditions and ALOHA of the Hawaiian people alive for our future generations by caring for the people committed to learning, preserving and perpetuating the Hawaiian culture. We appreciate your steadfast commitment to CARING FOR THE HULA | MIND, BODY, SOUL +SPIRIT.
MAHALO PIHA TO OUR VOLUNTEERS, SUPPORTERS, SPONSORS & DONORS.
HAWAIIAN HULA INTERNATIONAL Volunteers
HALAU KA LEI KUKUI HI'ILANI- Mainland USA Extension Volunteers
POTLUCK MEALS provided by Workshop Participants and Hālau Ka Lei Kukui Hi'ilani Mainland USA Extension
KUMU LEI'S AIRFARE
Sponsored by Anonymous Donor
KUMU LEI'S LODGING AT VISTA CASITA
Kama'āina rates courtesy of Owner Nancy "Kealoha" Chapman
SOUND SYSTEM EXPENSES Uncle Don "Kupono" Floresca
VENUE EXPENSES Auntie Frana "Kahanoa" Floresca
WE ARE IN NEED OF KOKUA WITH OUR BASIC EVENT EXPENSES
If you would like to make a general donation to help us offset basic event costs, please see our ticketing page under DONATIONS.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
HAWIIAN HULA INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S SCHOLARSHIPS: We regret that scholarships for workshop attendance are currently not available. If you would like to sponsor a child 4 - 12 years old who demonstrate financial need of non-Hawaiian or Hawaiian descent, please make a donation
WORKSHOP SESSIONS ARE OPEN TO KANE AND WAHINE (men and women) of all ages and boys and girls ages 4 and up with skill levels as noted in class descriptions. By request and based on appropriate skill level, children may attend adult classes with approval from Hawaiian Hula International Program Director. Contact Auntie Kahanoa Floresca at email@example.com
REFUND POLICY: Workshop session fees and purchases are non-refundable
CHECK-IN WITH IDENTIFICATION AND TICKET / REGISTRATION: Bring printed ticket and identification to check-in at registration table. Identification will be held for those who are borrowing pa'u skirts (for women) or lawa lawa (for men). Workshops tickets / registration are transferrable with prior notification and name of transfer recipient submitted to Kalani Alegre via firstname.lastname@example.org
HULA WORKSHOP ATTIRE: Attendees are required to wear pa'u skirts for women and girls and lawa lawa for men and boys. Women and girls shall have long hair tied back, wear a modest top and leggings approximately knee length under pa'u skirts. Men and boys shall wear modest top and shorts under lawa lawa. For first time hula dancers, pa'u skirts and lawa lawa will be on loan by request from Public Relations Director, Hi'ilei Rittberg at email@example.com
HHI POLICIES, WAIVER AND LIABILITY RELEASE AGREEMENT: By RSVP, attendance and/or purchases of any kind and in consideration of being admitted, event attendees whether officially registered or not are held to the agreement. Event attendees will also be required to sign the agreement at check-in.
NO AUDIO OR VIDEO RECORDING IS ALLOWED IN WORKSHOP SESSIONS: Unless otherwise noted by the event instructor(s) during activities, audio or video recording of workshop sessions is strictly prohibited. Please be prepared with a personal audio or video recording device if the opportunity is granted.
FOOD & BEVERAGES: Attendees are responsible for their own food, water and other beverages. Eating in the classroom is prohibited.
RESTROOMS AT COMMUNITY CENTER: There are restrooms located immediately adjacent the dance room and near the building's main entrance.
IN CASE OF RAIN OR INCLEMENT WEATHER: All events will be held regardless of inclement weather.
CHILDCARE: Childcare is not available at this time.
FREE PARKING is available on a first come, first serve basis in the adjacent 3-story parking structure at the community center. The first level has a 2 hour limit.
Hawaiian Hula International Policies, Waiver and Liability Release Agreement (by RSVP, attendance and/or purchases)
Event: Hawaiian Hula Workshops by Kumu Hula Leihi'ilani Kirkpatrick and Hawaiian Arts Village by Kumu Hula Leihi'ilani Kirkpatrick
Dates: Friday, January 18 through Sunday, January 20, 2019
By RSVP, attendance and/or purchases of any kind and in consideration of being admitted to all events, the named participant and their parent/guardian understand and agree to the following concerning this event hosted by Hawaiian Hula International (HHI) and Halau Ka Lei Kukui Hi'ilani (HKLKH):
·I understand the cancellation policy that all workshop sales are final and non-refundable.
·I give permission for me and my child/children to be photographed and/or recorded by audio, visual and/or other means videoed during classes and events.
·I give permission for these photographs and videos to be used for marketing purposes, including in the media and on the internet, for exhibition and event documentation by any means in all media known or unknown or hereafter devised world wide in perpetuity. I understand that I or anyone may be denied entry or be removed from the event venue at the sole and absolute discretion of the event instructor(s), HHI and HKLKH for any behavior, threatening to behave in any manner which is deemed disruptive to the event and other participants.
·I give permission for me and my child to receive basic first aid, if necessary.
·I give permission for the event instructor(s), HHI and HKLKH Members, to authorize emergency medical treatment for me and above named child/children on our behalf.
·I agree that the event instructor(s), HHI and HKLKH Members, will not be liable for any losses, damages or injuries to me, my child/children or our property.
·I understand the nature of physical activity involved in HHI activities and certify that I and my child/children are medically fit to participate in these classes.
·I certify that I and my child/children, listed above or accompanying me, is able to participate in all activities
·I agree that the event instructor(s), HHI and HKLKH Members, organization, business, owners, employers, contractors, assistants, teachers or affiliates are not responsible or liable to me and my child/children for any personal injury, accident, and/or loss or damage to personal property.
·I hereby release the event instructor(s), HHI and HKLKH Members, organization, business and its owners, employers, contractors, assistants, teachers or affiliates from any claim or cause of action which may have occurred as a result of my child’s participation in classes or as a result of any medical problems known or unknown which may occur.
·I agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child may have against the event instructor(s), Hawaiian Hula International (HHI) and Halau Ka Lei Kukui Hi'ilani (HKLKH).
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