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Kumu Hula Tracie & Dr. Keawe Lopes

Ka Halau

Ka La Onohi Mai O Haehae opened its doors with the blessings of both Kumu Hula OBrian Eselu and Kimo Alama Keaulana on August 6, 2005 and sits under the instruction of a husband and wife team, Tracie and Dr. Keawe Lopes. Together as educators of the Hawaiian Language and practitioners of mele, they offer their students a learining environment, rich with history upholding a legacy of beauty preserved in the mele hula and the mele oli of old.

 The halau has been active since its opening, gracing a number of highly revered stages and participating in hula competitions including Hula Oni E, Ia Oe E Ka La, and The King Kamehameha Day Hula Competition and the Merrie Monarch Festival. The halau offer's hula classes for ages 5 and above.

HĀLAU HULA
45-227 Nohonani Place
Kāne‘ohe, Hawai‘i 96744

Kumu Hula Tracie & Keawe Lopes
(808)-351-7799
haehae.hula@gmail.com

Da Honolulu Bag Lady

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Da Honolulu Bag Lady

265 Pouli Road

Kailua, HI. 96734

Phone (808) 593-0564 or (808) 593-8358

Fax  (808) 593-1841 or (808) 593-0938

Email: info@petroglyphs.com

http://www.dabaglady.com