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“I will always be grateful for the counsel and support I received from Bill on managing the Polynesian Cultural Center and just coping with life in general. Even after all these years, his passion, commitment and love for the PCC and this community were still there for all to see and feel.”
The Polynesian Cultural Center Hawaiian Village celebrated the week-long 29th annual Moanikeala Hula Festival in honor of its first “kumu” (hula teacher).
“Mr. Aloha” Bobby Akoi retires after 42 years. Akoi has hosted thousands of VIPs at the Polynesian Cultural Center since opening in 1963.
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Come join us on September 3 – 7, 2019 for the 29th Annual Monaikeala Hula Festival for a week-long celebration, to perpetuate Hawaii’s Culture, Language, Art, and Practices through workshops, concerts and activities dedicated to the memory of Aunty Sally Moanikeala Woods.
Our visitors wonder what the Ku Kia’i Mauna demonstrations on Mauna Kea are about and what the Polynesian Cultural Center’s position is on this issue.
There’s no reason to let the high temperatures stop you from making the most of your visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) and the opportunity to explore the rich heritage of the Pacific Islands. Here are five tips to beat the heat while on your trip to one of Hawai’i’s most popular attractions.
Fakatu’amelie ki he ‘ete taonga ‘oku tautau i he fu’u telie.
Looking for a great way to burn some calories before spending the day at the Polynesian Cultural Center? The North Shore of Oahu provides amazing trails that allow you to see the beautiful island and sneak another delicious açaí bowl or serving of kalua pork.
The Maori whare tupuna or ancestral meeting house is perhaps the most symbolically rich structure at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, Hawaii.
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