Manuiki Foundation

 

The Manuiki Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit charity consisting of a vibrant all-volunteer community of committed and caring individuals dedicated to the preservation and perseverance of the Hawai‘ian culture. All donations are tax deductable.
 
12610 Des Moines Memorial Drive
Suite #106
Burien, WA. 98168

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FIND A LITTLE BIT OF HAWAI‘I IN THE NORTHWEST HERE
Ka leo kanaka o Komohana ʻakau Pakipika

MANUIKI FOUNDATION ON TWITTER - Follow us on Twitter.

HALAU HULA ‘O LONO - Halau Hula ‘O Lono is the center of cultural knowledge and the most active fundraising entitiy for the Manuiki Foundation. ‘A‘a i ka hula, waiho ka hilahila i ka hale - When one wants to dance the hula, bashfulness should be left at home.

HOLOHOLO NORTHWEST - Uncle Danny keeps you up to date on NW happenings.

HAWAI‘IAN LANGUAGE - ʻŌlelo Online is a website where you can learn Hawaiian language at your own pace. Video lessons are given in plain English language in a "pen and blackboard" format, with accompanying documentation. There are also audio samples for you to listen to to test your comprehension and practice your pronunciation. Described in the videos are the Hawaiian grammatical structures and their relationships to English grammar. You will also learn about Hawaiian culture and how the language carries cultural understandings which can help inform learners who may not be familiar with the Hawaiian culture or the "local" culture here in the Islands.

LEARN THE HAWAI‘IAN LANGUAGE - Learn ‘olelo with Likolani."Here is Hawaiʻi" encourages and supports the beginning student in the study of Hawaiian language and hopes to build the desire to continue to learn. Here is Hawaiʻi provides additional resource materials to build and strengthen the language skills of beginning Hawaiian language students of all ages. We offer Hawaiian language short stories, word games, and English/Hawaiian activity books. ---- (Learn the Hawai‘ian alphabet with Nathan Kalama who performed at the Kupuna Festival concert in 2011)

HAWAI‘I RADIO CONNECTION - Broadcast every Saturday morning from 9am to 10am on KXPA and every Saturday afternoon on KBCS. Also find their Facebook page here... Listen to the "Da Hula Sista's" - Puanani and Nahenahe - every 3rd Saturday on air 91.3 fm or on web KBCS.fm.

DA COCONUT WIRELESS - Sundays at 5:00 pm. KSER 90.7 FM Indepenent Public Radio - Everett. (and 89.9 KXER - Freeland) Slack key, ukulele, traditional, contemporary, reggae and more! Tune in for new and traditional music of the Hawaiian Isles, from Jawaiian to slack key. Da Coconut Wireless is the Hawaiian euphemism for "the grape vine". Rotating hosts from the Northwest's Hawaiian community share music, talk story, and give occasional bit of news from the islands. Bruddah Ace, Kaimuki Girl, Pineapple Sam, Molly Mahalo, Sistah T and Trevor da Mouse share their love of island music and culture.

DA TIKI HUT - ono Hawai'ian style food.

HAWAI‘I GENERAL STORE - SEATTLE - Dedicated to bringing the spirit of aloha and some of the best of Hawai‘i’s wonderful cultures to folks here on the mainland.  From crack seed to aloha shirts, poi to POG, honu plates to Hurricane popcorn, fresh leis to lomilomi or a ticket to the islands, you can find it all here!

KIANA'S HAWAI‘IAN JEWELRY AND ISLAND CRAFTS - Hawai‘ian style merchantile. Hawai‘ian heirloom and island inspired style jewelry. Leis, perfumes, lotions, and so much more.

HULA PRESERVATION SOCIETY - HPS is the piko that connects us together as hula people from around the world.

BRIDGE OF ALOHA FESTIVAL - Northwest Washington festival produced and sponsored by the Manuiki Foundation

NORTHWEST OHANA (NW Washington)

SEATTLE LIVE ALOHA FESTIVAL - The Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival serves to promote, perpetuate and share the Hawaiian culture in the Pacific Northwest by enriching and strengthening the Hawaiian community and celebrating the arts and culture of Hawai‘i.

HAWAI‘IANS IN THE NORTHWEST - A history lesson from NPR

EXOTIC TIKI ISLAND - Vintage Hawaiian, Exotica, Island and Tiki music. Listen to Tiki Brian’s podcast as he plays music from his personal vinyl record collection and a monthly "Radiocast" that broadcasts for a "Very Tiki" 3 day weekend.

TERRITORIAL AIRWAVES - The online extension to the Honolulu radio program Territorial Airwaves, broadcasting from Honolulu, Hawaii. Hosted by 3rd generation Hawaiian radio personality Harry B. Soria, Jr., and now in its 39th year, Territorial Airwaves is the first of its kind, the longest continuously running radio show in the Hawaiian Islands, and the longest running Hawaiian radio show in the world.

ʻŌIWI TV - ʻŌiwi TV the first and only Native Hawaiian television station..

SEATTLE ‘UKULELE PLAYERS ASSOCIATION (SUPA) - Promotes fellowship, entertainment, performance and education among ‘ukulele enthusiasts in the Puget Sound region.

THE UKADELICS - Seattle's best kep ukulele secret, take the stage with the force of a runaway pineapple truck and heats up your event like a tropcial sunset!

CLINTON KANAHELE COLLECTION - a wonderful set of recordings and transcripts of Hawaiian speakers from the early 1970s.

JIM SLAGEL'S BASIC BASSET - is a fun website created by renowned Kamehameha Schools teacher, Jim Slagel, and his students and friends. A fun read!.

NŪPEPA HAWAIʻI ARCHIVE - read Hawaiian newspapers from 1834 to 1948.

TARO PATCH

HAWAI‘I CONCERT GUIDE CALENDAR

HAWAI‘I CONCERT GUIDE PODCASTS

PUPU PLATTERS CONCERT GUIDE - Same as above but always the current weeks show - slow loading

HAWAI‘I NEWS NOW

NEWS FROM HOME

HO‘OLOHE "Da Kine"

HAWAI‘I MAGAZINE

KAUA‘I HISTORICAL SOCIETY

ONLINE HAWAI‘IAN DICTIONARIES

HAWAI‘IAN ELECTRONIC LIBRARY

OFFICE OF HAWAI‘IAN AFFAIRS NEWSPAPER

HAWAI‘IAN HULA ARCHIVES

COLLEGE OF HAWAI‘IAN LANGUAGE

BISHOP MUSEUM

KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS

‘A‘ohe pau ka ‘ike i ka halau ho‘okahi. (All knowledge is not taught in the same school.)
One can learn from many sources.