Sunday 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (not every Sunday, please inquire)
Aloha, My name Kaiolani! My Halau's name is Hula Halau Na Hua `O Maile, which means, The young Bud of the Maile. My halau’s name was given by my kumu Hula Auntie Noelani McNitosh. Kaiolani Hula Studio is also our other name.
Kaiolani, loves to share our Aloha through his dances. He had his halau less than a year when he was asked to perform for a graduation party for a Hawaiian ohana. It was our first performance for everyone and in front of a Hawaiian ohana and their friends and family.
With just a short time begin together. We got to perform more out in the local community, private parties, and other major festivals. There more people got to see our shows. More people were asking where are we located and where do I teach? The Antelope Valley, where is that located. That is what he would get when he replied the location. It was not known that Antelope Valley had a hula group out here. Which they do have other halau’s out in Antelope Valley.