Hawaiian Culture in Washington State
Where to find Hawaiian culture in Washington State.
If you are interested in attending a Hawaiian luau
in Washington state, contact the University clubs
included on this page. Most of them organize an annual
luau and often the general public is invited.
Hawaiian Restaurants in Washington State
Where to find Hawaiian food in Washington State.
Includes Hawaiian restaurants and cafes in Seattle,
Spokane, Kent, Everett, Vancouver, and other
Hawaii Events in Washington State
Kalama Heritage Festival
Kalama Days is a celebration of Native Hawaiian and
Native American cultures that is held every summer in
Kalama, Washington State. The 2009 Kalama Heritage Festival
took place August 20-29, 2009.
Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival
the 2nd Annual Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural
Festival will take place on September 13, 2009
at Seattle Center. The event will feature
live hula and Hawaiian music performances,
workshops, cultural demonstrations,
historic exhibits, Hawaiian crafts,
activities for children, and local style food.
Lokahi Foundation Fall Hoolaulea
The 2009 Fall Hoolaulea presented by the Lokahi Foundation
will take place on October 3, 2009, at the Chief Leschi Schools
in Puyallup, Washington. The event will feature live entertainment,
workshops, arts, crafts, food, and networking opportunities.
Mai Kahiki Mai
An annual hula dancing and falsetto singing contest
held every year in the city of Auburn in Washington State.
Hawaiian Music and Hula in Washington State
Hula Halau in Washington State
The Ukulele in Washington State
Hawaii Organizations in Washington State
Outrigger Canoe Clubs in Washington State
A directory of outrigger canoe clubs based
in Washington State. Includes canoe clubs in
Seattle, Silverdale, and other parts of Washington.
A non-profit charitable corporation managed
by Native Hawaiians in the Puyallup, Washington
area. The world "Lokahi" means unity and
harmony in the Hawaiian language and they
selected as their organizations name because
their is to unite all ethnicity and genders
together as one in harmony through education,
environment, healthy living, and culture.
Wakinikona Hawaiian Club
Seattle based Hawaii club founded in 1962.
Pacific Lutheran University Hawaii Club
The Hawaii club at Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) is
called Na Hoaloha O Hawaii and it is open to all PLU
students, faculty, and staff who are interested in Hawaii
and Hawaiian culture. The club's Web site has information
about their annual luau plus club news and pictures.
PLU Asian Pacific Islander Club
The purpose of this club is to educate, promote and
encourage awareness of Asian Pacific Islander Cultures
and traditions to the PLU campus and the surrounding
University of Washington Hawaii Club
The Hawaii club at the University of Washington in Seattle is
called Hui Hoaloha Ulana. Their Web site includes
an event calendar, club news, officers, photos, general information
about the club and its activities.
Hawaiian Culture on the Mainland
Hawaiian Culture Around the World
If you know about any Hawaii-related
events, organizations, restaurants, businesses,
entertainers, or shops in Washington State
that are not listed on this page, please send
a note to the email address on our
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