1st Annual Fashion | Hawaiian Style featuring Kanoelani Davis of PoMahina Designs
1st Annual Fashion | Hawaiian Style fundraiser
Dinner, Panel Discussion, Pacific Island Vendors, Silent Auction, Cultural Performances and Fashion Walk (Hawaiian, Maori, and Native American), and Trunk Show featuring Kanoelani Davis, creator and owner of PoMahina Designs from Molokai, Hawai`i.
DATE: Sat., July 13, 2019
TIME: 5:30PM – 9:30PM
LOCATION: New Zealand Embassy, 37 Observatory Circle, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20008 (Parking is very limited, so please consider UBER or LYFT for transportation to/from the Embassy)
DRESS: Aloha Attire
The evening will include:
5:30PM: Cocktails (Cash Bar), Silent Auction and Pacific Island Vendors
6:15PM: Dinner service
6:30PM – 7:15PM: Panel discussion consisting of Hawaiian, Maori, and Native American representatives on how our cultural traditions have influenced our modern-day `a`ahu (clothing)/designs
7:15PM – 7:30PM: Intermission
7:30P – 8:00PM: Cultural performances
8:00PM – 8:30PM: Fashion walk of the three cultures
8:30PM – 9:30PM: PoMahina Designs Trunk Show and Pacific Island Vendors
9:30PM: Pau (End) | ALOHA!
Members (no children’s prices since space is limited to 100 people)
One ticket: $50
Two tickets: $90
Entire table (10): $425
Non-Member (no children’s prices)
One ticket: $75
Two tickets: $140
Entire table (10): $675
We will have a Silent Auction to include the following items:
1. Children’s Birthday Party Hula Lesson: (Our teachers will come to a birthday party to teach a hula to a group of children [both boys and girls alike]. They’ll bring several costumes for them to wear, so that the children can perform the hula they learned.) We will have three of these for the Silent Auction.)
2. Lū`au Show: 45-minute Hawaiian performance with 5 – 7 dancers.
3. Trip to Hawai`i: In the summer of 2020, we will have a Hawaiian cultural study program to O`ahu (5 – 7 nights’ stay). The winner will receive a trip for one (1) to include: Round-trip air fare from the D.C. area, housing, all included meals, cultural activities, entry fees, and ground transportation.
If you’re unable to attend our event, but would like to make a donation to support our Hawaiian cultural educational programs, click here.
For more information on becoming a vendor or if you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Ku`ulei Stockman at 703.203.4848. Mahalo and Aloha!
E Ala E Hawaiian Cultural Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Native Hawaiian organization. Proceeds from this fundraiser will be used to send our teachers to a Hawaiian cultural study program at Kamehameha Schools, Honolulu, directed by Kumu Hula Kaleo Trinidad.
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