Sharing the Legacy of Hula: From the Big Island of Hawaii to New York City!

A Six-Generation Hawaiian Hula Legacy to Take Center Stage at New York City’s Peter Norton Symphony Space – June 3, 2011 A story until now untold about six generations of Hawaiian women, masters of hula, who propelled preservation of Hawaiian arts into the 21st century will be shared by the Beamer-Solomon Halau O Po’ohala (hula school) from Waimea, Island of Hawaii, at New York City’s Peter Norton Symphony Space on Broadway at 8 p.m., Friday, June 3, 2011. Called “Eia… Read More


Ranching in Hawaii, Part 1: A Visit to Anna Ranch

Located on Kawaihae Road in Waimea, Anna Ranch is the realization of a dream of Anna Leialoha Lindsey Perry-Fiske. The Heritage Center exists in part to celebrate the legacy of her remarkable family. The Ranch was placed on the Hawaii State Register of Historic Places in 2005 and on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008. The home, originally built in 1910, is full of beautiful furniture, paintings and items that tell the story of the blending of Hawaiian culture with ranching culture.


 

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