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Sunday, November 12, 2017

12:00 Noon to 6:00 PM

Glendale Adult Center

5970 W. Brown St.

Glendale, AZ 85302

(Off of 59th Ave. Between Peoria Ave. & Olive Ave.)

Festival Contact: 623-255-8491



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DANCE COMPETITION






Deadline for competition applications is due August 1, 2017.  However, we will still accept applications after the due date, see rules on entry forms. Applications received after October 1st will not be added to the printed program, but, will appear on the website schedule.


HULA COMPETITION

Entry Form & Rules for Hula



TAHITIAN COMPETITION

Entry Form & Rules for Tahitian




PRIZES

First Winner for Hula Kahiko Solo Division - First Place Trophy

First Winner for Hula Kahiko Group Division -  First Place Trophy

Second Winner for Hula Kahiko Solo & Group Divison - Second Place Trophy

Third Winner for Hula Kahiko Solo & Group Division - Third Place Trophy


First Winner for Tahitian Otea Solo Divison - First Place Trophy

First Winner for Tahitian Otea Group Divison - First Place Trophy

Second Winner for Tahitian Solo & Group Division - Second Place Trophy

Third Winner for Tahitian Solo & Group Division - Third Place Trophy


Coming Soon to Future Competitions

Maori Poi Dance

Samoan

Tongan

Fijian

Belly Dance

Salsa

Stay Tuned!!


JUDGES FOR THE COMPETITION

Amber Williams was born and raised in San Diego, California. At a very young age Amber began studying her Hawaiian culture. She danced with the Pride of Polynesia for many years as a student and on the professional level. She travels to her mother’s native land of Hawaii to gain further depth as to the richness of the culture. She has competed in Tahitian & Hula competitions. Her passion for the art is in her blood line. Amber has always had a heart of ALOHA and not only does she use her gift of hula but teaches as a HOT HULA FITNESS instructor in AZ.






See Dr. Abyssinia Benefsefji’s info under “Biographies



See Kumu Kalena’s info under “Biographies




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