Welcome to the Piʻilani Hawaiian civic club website. Feel free to browse through the pages for updates on upcoming Piʻilani events as well as other Hawaiian events in the State of Colorado! We’ve also added the news feed from the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs main page for your convenience. Mahalo!
Aloha, We are happy to announce that one of our Board Members, Kamuela Schroeder, has gratefully accepted a position at Grace Counseling in Littleton, CO. We wanted to congratulate him on his new position.
August 27, 2015, Highlands Ranch Civic Green Park The Piʻilani board has decided to turn the Hoʻolauleʻa into an annual event. This past year, Hoʻolauleʻa was held on August 22 at Highlands Ranch Civic Green Park. We enjoyed a lot of good food, music, and crafts that celebrated our Hawaiian heritage.
Time to get ready for Ho`olaule`a 2017 Join us for KANI KA PILA (Hawaiian Jam Session) Featuring Music and Hula Saturday, August 19th 6:00 – 9:00 PM at THE SHACK 2nd kani ka pila flier for 08-19-2017
Aloha mai kakou e na lala o Pi`ilani, Please save the date to attend our 2017 Pi`ilani Lu`au. Our Lu`au theme this year is “Ua hilo `ia i ke aho a ke aloha.” (Braided with the cords of love.) This theme is also our Civic Club’s motto, and we hope to bring all of you […]
Piʻilani Hawaiian Civic Club Minutes Board Meeting held 01/14/2017 at St. Bernadette’s School & Parish, Lakewood, Colorado Recorded by Recording Secretary Puahau Aki 9:10am Call to Order – Present: Karen Nussman, Phil Swain, Esmond Ah Leong, Brandy Toelupe, George Beppu, Puahau Aki, Kamuela Schroeder, Keoni Lagunero, Susan Kodani,, Jacques Delaguerre (arrived 9:46 am) – […]
Aloha mai kakou, Uncle Keoni will be offering a free ukulele workshop Saturday January 21st at the Colorado History Museum. Keoni would love to come and “talk-story” and teach you how to play the “flying flee” Times: 1:00-1:30pm: Talk-story time with Keoni 1:30pm-3:30pm: Ukulele Session
Aloha ea! When Hansen’s disease ( leprosy ) was introduced in the 1800’s to the little kingdom of Hawai’i, in an attempt to control its spread, King Kamehameha V banished all afflicted individuals to an isolated peninsula on the rugged northern coast of the island of Moloka’i. Men, women and children were forcibly removed […]
Click here to rsvp! Aloha no E komo mai. Come join us for summer fun. Bring your favorite dish, dessert or beverages. Club will provide kalua pig and cabbage, and water. Bring your ukulele and guitars too for kanikapila. We will be in main pavilion near pool and kids playground. Pool is open but there is a small […]
Mark your calendars! The Piʻilani Hawaiian Civic Club is proud to present our annual Hoʻolauleʻa. Hoʻolauleʻa in the Hawaiian language meens to celebrate, and here, we will be celebrating our Hawaiian heritage and history. Join us as we celebrate Hawaiʻi and the Pacific through music, song, and dance. Hawaiian-made products, merchandise, and food will also […]