April monthly meeting with the theme of "Bonnets and Bunnies"

Pua Kea Hula Group


The Seniors of Paradise hula group began shortly after the organization was formed in 1982. In 1986 the group was disbanded and re-organized with Eve Henderson as the instructor. Eve started hula back in 1952 on the mainland and is still "Kumu" to this senior troupe.

A few years ago the group adopted the name "Pua Kea Hula" and meets twice weekly (class is Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. at the Activity Center in Paradise Park; and a practice session is held on Tuesdays at 9:30 at various members homes). The halau began with about 6 dancers and has grown until we now have over 20 active members.

The foundation of the halau is love and caring -- for hula and for one another. Pua Kea learns both traditional Hawaiian and "hapa-haole" songs. Anyone 55 or over is invited to join us for hula, group support, and EXERCISE (it really is good for you).
Call Tess Tinker at 982-7611 for more information.

Go see photos taken at our very own Mini "Merrie Monarch" Festival 2011

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