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SVH Hospital Gig First Tuesday of the month. About 11:45 - 12:15 Talk to Nellie or Toni G if you'd like to participate.
Hula Mai is a Hawaiian performing arts group. All dancers who achieve a level of proficiency may dance in shows. Hula Mai performs one major show every June in the Grinstead Amphitheatre in the Sonoma Plaza, and smaller shows throughout the year at residential homes, wineries, libraries, and private events. Shows may include two or three dancers, or as many as ten or twelve, and have live or recorded music depending on the venue. The photos on this page are from a few of our shows.
Hula Mai at Brookdale in Sonoma
Donna, Faye, Linda B, Carolyn
Carolyn, Betty Ann, Sandy
Mimi and Kim
Hula Mai dancers, Betty Ann and Sandy
Kumu Liko Puha, Carolyn and Faye at the Surf Craft exhibit, Sonoma Valley Museum
Kumu Puha, Karyl, Charlie, Mimi
Kumu Puha, Carolyn, Faye, Annette
Until we meet again
Annette and Lynda MM at Sonoma Golf Club show
Betty Ann solos at Sonoma Golf Club
Deb, Carolyn, Faye
Toni A, Ava
Kumu Liko Puha
Hula Mai's Sonoma Golf Club away team
Ka`a Ahi Kahalui at Sonoma Women's Club
Del and Mary
Jay prepares kau-kau
Lew and Kiyo
Sonoma Womans Club luau
Faye, Carolyn, Lynda MM
Click on the icons on the right to watch hula from the Sonoma Womans Club Luau.
The rain poured from the sky as Hula Mai danced at the the Season Opening and Canoe Blessing for the He`e Nalu Canoe Club, at 101 Sports on the canal in San Rafael. Kumu Lynne Roth presided over the ceremony and chanted as her kokua sprinkled ocean water from Kaua`i (!!) over the dedicated, enthusiastic, and somewhat soggy participants.
Linda G and Betty Ann
dfggh The band set up the mics and speakers just inside the store, hoping to keep the electrical cords out of the puddles. We danced on the impromptu “lanai” (e.g., the magic carpet under a canopy) in front!
Some played, some played and danced
The magic carpet was dry for about 10 seconds - and then it was — wet. All in all — a great day and we thank He`e Nalu for my lovely haku lei and the ono kaukau and we wish them good paddling all season long!!
Ka`a Ahi Kahalui at the Rohnert Park Library
Kupu, Maili, Mauli
Performing with Ki`i
If you would like Hula Mai to perform at your event please give us a call at (707) 938-9051.