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 Luau 2004: Sharing the Aloha 

Come and celebrate with us as we share with you the aloha and spirit of our dance and culture. From the traditional ancient kahikoof Hawaii to the modern awana, we will represent Hawaii.  The drums of Tahiti will beckon, as we dance a tamare in our grass skirts to the excitement and beat of the toere drums.  We will unvwil the magic of the New Zealand, where the whirling poi balls and the hands tell a story.  

We are the Spirit of the South Seas: Hula Halau Keiki o Ohana Lokah.  We have performed thousands of times, including Expo ’86 in Vancouver, Canada Centennial Theatre, major multi-cultural celebrations, corporate functions, the Pacific National Exhibition, luaus, hospitals, seniors’ homes, public events, and charities.  


After the overwhelming positive feedback from last year's event, we are prompted to conduct our fifth luau this summer. Over two hundred people enjoyed last year's event, an evening that included a buffet dinner, live music from the Hula Howlies, live entertainment from The Spirit of the South Seas, news coverage, and more. If there is one show to be at this summer, this is it!

Guests are coming from all parts of the world - Ontario, Canada; News Zealand, South Africa etc. In addition, we have the privilege of having our sister North Shore Halau join us. The celebration will be spectacular.

Dinner includes:

  • Pupus
  • Roast suckling pig
  • Assorted salads
  • Lomi Lomi Salmon
  • Chicken Long Rice
  • Teriyaki Chicken
  • Barbequed Salmon
  • Lau lau (meat wrapped in taro leaves)
  • Rice
  • Haupia
  • and many more delicious goodies!