open daily, 7:30am-5:30pm

please call ahead for daily schedule & times

All classes are complimentary for hotel guests. Most classes will be conducted as a presentation or a demonstration. Class size is limited. Please reserve your space in advance by calling 808-667-0161 or sign up at Hale Ho'okipa in the lobby.

lei kukui restring

If you are a returning guest, please bring your kukui nut lei and receive your white nut to honor your visit. We would be happy to show you how to restring your lei with this new addition and welcome you back as part of our KBH 'ohana.

Daily: 1:00pm


Learn the importance of hula in preserving our culture, language, history, and stories of Hawai'i.

Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday: 1:00pm


Letters, words, short phrases, and the history of the Hawaiian language will be shared through lessons, chants, hula, stories, place names, proverbs, and more.

Monday and Wednesday: 11:30am

Tuesday: 10:00am

Saturday: 10:00am


Discover the development and history of Hawaiian music and songs.  Learn a few chords on the ukulele and Hawaiian words in a mele.

Monday, Thursday, Friday: 10:00am

Sunday: 8:30am


Learn about the different lei making styles, and gain understanding of the significance of lei, traditional uses, gathering protocols, and how they are used today.

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 2:30pm

Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday: 3:30pm



Take this opportunity to see the different traditional Hawaiian instruments and learn how they were made and used in Hawaiian culture.

Tuesday and Thursday: 8:30am


Learn about Maui, Hawaiian culture, spirituality, and language through stories relating to the native plants on our property.

Monday and Wednesday: 1:00pm

Friday: 3:30pm


Learn how Hawaiian fibers are gathered, prepared, and woven. Observe a weaving practitioner use fibers such as lauhala, launiu, or hau to create traditional Hawaiian items.

Sunday: 10:00am

Thursday and Saturday: 11:30am


Come enjoy a performance held by our employees that celebrates Hawaiian music, singing, and dance.

Monday and Wednesday: 3:30pm

ʻOHE kāpala

Learn how cloth was made and see the plants that were used. You will experience the process from beginning to end and decorate your own small piece of kapa.

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 8:30am


Learn about the various elements of nature utilized in traditional navigational techniques.

Sunday and Tuesday: 11:30am

Wednesday: 10:00am

Saturday: 8:30am