Actively Participating in the Promotion, Perpetuation and Practice of the

Native Hawaiian Culture and Values Throughout Arizona

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                                              Lau Kanaka no Hawai'i, Hawaiian Civic Club of Arizona                                                      

Actively Participating in the Promotion, Perpetuation and Practice of the Native Hawaiian Culture and Values Throughout Arizona

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Aloha Ohana Aikane Golf Tournament, Saturday, Jan 11th, 2020,

Superstition Springs Golf Course, 6542 E Baseline Rd. Mesa, AZ  85206, 8 AM Shotgun start time. $57 + Tax per person.  Contact Frank Bishop at or 480-650-7779 by Wednesday, Jan 8th to register. Forty people max, so register early. You need not be members to play. Guests are welcome.


The Wisdom of Indigenous Foodways  

Wednesday,  Jan 22nd, 2020, 4-6:30 PM at Arizona State University SkySong, Synergy Rooms I and II, 1365 N Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85257. A summit lecture on indigenous food system transformation by native spokespersons on a wide array of related topics like biodiversity, wild foods, landrace property rights, and more all while sharing inspiring models of strength and innovation within indigenous communities.


This is a growing topic of interest from our Hawaiian ancestry presented in collaboration between Food Tank, the Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems at Arizona State University and the Sustainable Community Food Systems Program at the University of Hawai’i, West O’ahu. Reception to follow.

Pauahi Foundation Scholarship 2020

Kamehameha Schools’ Outreach Support Services is committed to providing college assistance to students of Native Hawaiian ancestry and for those seeking post-secondary education in Hawaii or the mainland United States.

Deadline: February 7, 2020 - 4:15pm (HST)

Applications for 2020 open January 2nd. For specific program information visit the website or contact the Hawaiian Culture Based Education 
Department at (808) 534-8272 or Toll Free 1-800-842-4682, then extension 48272.

Sandwich Isle Ukulele Band has resumed their Fall schedule on Wednesday evenings at Floridino’s Pizza & Pasta Restaurant, 590 N Alma School Rd, Chandler, AZ 85224 from 6-8 PM.  

Community History & Archives Workshop

Learn how to be a Community Archivist and receive a free "Archive Starter Kit" that contains preservation information and archival supplies (acid-free box, folders, mylar, and gloves). Your story is important! Let's reclaim and preserve Arizona history for future generations!
Co-hosted by ASU Library, Cultural Coalition Inc., and CADENA.

Saturday, December 7, 2019
10:00 am – 12:00 pm

El Rancho del Arte

719 E Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85203

Free Introductory Hawaiian Language Classes

The Aloha Festival started six classes, last one October 15. Hui ‘Ōlelo Hawai’ian Language Classes and Study Groups. To sign up or learn more about the classes contact Leilani Dong

 Classes for 2020 are set to run January-May, and August-October. We will continue to meet the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30PM, but the location will change to the Westside Mutli-Generational Center in Tempe: 715 W 5th St. Tempe, AZ 85281


New Members and those who haven’t renewed their dues are asked to complete an application form and submit it with your payment option to our P.O. Box 60712, Phoenix, AZ 85082. See Membership Page.


NOTE: Our new website is up and running.  Some pages are being modified, but we're working diligently to improve the content and look of the site.  It's a work in progress and we ask for your indulgence and ideas to make it a fully functional tool for our club.  Email your comments to  Mahalo