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NUKU NUKU MARQUESAN TIKI MUG - LIMITED EDITION - RETIRED PELE'S PERILS HAWAIIAN ADVENTURE GAME - SALE
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NUKU MARQUESAN TIKI MUG - LIMITED EDITION PELE'S PERILS HAWAIIAN ADVENTURE GAME
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Nuku Nuku is a replica design mug taken from a wood carving by Kauai tiki artist Bill Collins. It is g
lazed in a light brown satin matte, covered with dark brown that is then wiped off to allow the richer hues of the glaze to prevail in the recesses, thus replicating the actual finishing style of Bill’s original wood carving. Nuku Nuku is a very large mug, measuring 8-1/2” tall with an ample capacity of about 24 ounces.

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2 to 4 Players  -  Ages 4 and Up
This fun educational game teaches about the Hawaiian culture and the hazards of living on a volcanic island.  Pictures and arrows show the way to go UP by sharing goodness with others, and the way to go DOWN because of the dangers of the volcano.  When a player is lucky enough to meet Pele, the goddess of fire, she will uncover a secret passage through a lava tube to the top of the volcano.  But, you must be careful!  If you get caught in the middle of a lava flow, you may need to be rescued by a helicopter!  Good luck and mahalo (thank you) for spreading lots of aloha (love).  The first player to reach Pele at finish is the winner! MADE IN USA.
15" MAORI GIRL SOFT DOLL MR FUGU PUFFER FISH TIKI MUG - LIMITED EDITION
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15" MAORI GIRL SOFT DOLL MR FUGU PUFFER FISH TIKI MUG - LIMITED EDITION
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This soft Maori Girl doll is dressed in a traditional kapa haka dance costume, which can be removed. She stands about 15" tall, has black yarn hair, and lovely embroidered facial features. Made in New Zealand.
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This whimsical Puffer Fish wearing a classic Fez was designed by legendary lowbrow artist The Pizz. Mr Fugu is glazed in brilliant green, deep red, beige, black and white. It measures 5-1/4” tall and holds about 20 ounces.

HAND CARVED WOOD DOUBLE HONU SEA TURTLE BOWL 2016 MERRIE MONARCH HULA FESTIVAL 4-DVD SET
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HAND CARVED WOOD HONU SEA TURTLE BOWL 2016 MERRIE MONARCH HULA FESTIVAL 4-DVD SET
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Hand carved wooden bowl features an Hawaiian Sea Turtle on each end with gracefully outstretched flippers curved around the bowl shape. Measures about 8" long x 6- 1/4" wide x 2-1/2" tall. Made from Acacia wood. Exact carved details and wood grain will vary slightly.
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The annual Merrie Monarch Hula Competition and Festival honors Hawaiian King David Kalakaua, known as “The Merrie Monarch” for his love of song and dance. In celebration of his memory, hundreds of highly talented hula dancers and their Hālau (schools) from different islands of Hawai‘i and around the mainland United States perform, compete, and perpetuate this indigenous expression of dance and story-telling.

Over 10 hours of footage, featuring the Merrie Monarch Festival in its entirety, interviews and the awards presentation.
Disc 1: Miss Aloha Hula competition - approximately 2 hours 48 minutes
Disc 2: Hula Kahiko (Ancient) - approximately 3 hours 10 minutes
Disc 3: Hula 'Auana (Contemporary) - approximately 3 hours
Disc 4: Bonus footage (Interviews, Festivities) - approximately 1 hour 25 minutes

DVD is a universal play (region code 0).


 Mahalo nui loa, Myriah


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2007 Queen Lili'Uokalani Keiki Hula Competition

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2007 Queen Lili'Uokalani Keiki Hula Competition
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   Queen Lili'uokalani, Hawaii's last monarch, loved music, song and dance - but most of all, she loved children.  In her honor and her name, Honolulu's Kalihi-Palama Culture and Arts Society organized the Keiki Hula Competition, showcasing the grace, excitement, and passion of the most talented young dancers from near and far.  With each movement, chant and song, an important cultural and historical practice is kept alive.  With open arms these keiki embrace the past and sway into the future with aloha in their hearts. 
   As televised, experience the entire 32nd annual three-day festival with stunning highlights that illuminate these talented dancers in halua (schools) and individual competitions.  Witness the spectacular performances and beautiful floral-accented costumes as these skillful boys and girls celebrate their love of hula through graceful, contemporary auana hula and passionate, traditional kahiko hula.  (4 hours)



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