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Kalama Polynesian Dancers In Seattle, Washington09.27.14

Kalama Polynesian Dancers wil be in Seattle, Washington the week of August 22nd 2015 to perform at various events.  We will mostly be doing a lot of fire shows and workshops.  If you would like to book Kalama Polynesian Dancers for your event in the Seattle Area on that week please contact us! 954-557-2254.  


Kawehi ~ Fire Knife Dance of Samoa ~ Nifo Afi

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April 20, 201304.21.13

Surprise Birthday Party Event

Surprise Birthday Party Event 2013

Our JR dancers Lehua and Kahealani joined our keiki dancer Kamalei and Professional Adult Dancers Danilei and Namu for a HUGE show this past Saturday April 20, 2013. They did a great job in surprising the birthday boy and doing an amazing job for our clients. Contact us now about your next event.


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Best of 2012 Gigmasters12.12.12

Kalama Polynesian Dancers won Best of 2012 for Gigmasters working hard with many positive client reviews and feedback! Great job to all of the dancers for all of your hard work this year! Mahalo!

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Public Performance @ Swedish Hospital with Kalama Polynesian Dancers and Sponsored By Halau Kalama08.22.12


Come and join us for a fun filled day!

Hula lessons and crafts 11-noon and 1pm-2pm Performance at noon-1pm

main hospital at 501 E. Hampden Ave. in Englewood. Outdoor show by pond area.

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Sunday’s crew @ El Paraiso08.07.12


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Client Testimonials05.12.12

We loved to hear from Cherish for her birthday event again this year!  Here is what she said about us last year!  :)

Glenda I was so impressed with your production. As you know, I have been to many Luau’s in Hawaii, Disney and including the Mai Kai in Ft. Lauderdale. So, I know and love this type of dance. Your dances were of the highest calibre. Each dancer was very familiar with the dances and exuded confidence during every routine. Your interactions with the audience encourage participation and made the entire event festive. The costumes were elegant, highly detailed and absolutely beautiful. I could not believe how pretty they were!!! I was so impressed with the number of costume changes, the variety of dances and the music. The drummer and his instrument lent a special flair to the evening. The fire knife dance was well worth the small extra sum. It completely mesmerized the audience and the kids loved it too. Your music selection was great and we loved the finish with the Hawaii 5-0 theme. You were all so kind and charming, as well as highly professional and entertaining. I am so glad you stayed for dessert. You did a remarkable job and I loved it!!!


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5th Annual Lei Day May 5, 201205.12.12

Tahitian Couple

We would like to thank those of you who attended our SOLD OUT Lei Day Celebration 2012. We hope to see you again next year! Mahalo Nui Loa- Halau Kalama

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Lei Day 2012 Vendors04.08.12

We are pleased to announce that our Lei Day 2012 is just around the corner. We will be having more than 20 vendors at Lei Day. We will have a Hawaiian Country Store with tons of goodies from Hawaii. We will have some local businesses selling products. We will also have leis for sale, Polynesian Dance costumes, and even Shave Ice! We will have Tongan food on sale and even Tongo Water will be there to help support and promote.
Don’t forget that all of the vendors will be donating to our raffle drawing with some of their products and services. Regular raffle tickets are $1 BUT we also have $5 raffle tickets on sale. We are raffling off MAUI JIM SUNGLASSES and THE ULTIMATE LUAU PACKAGE for a party of 50 guests. The Luau package includes complete show, food from L&L, fire show, fresh flower leis.
Contact us for vendor information or to buy raffle tickets or show tickets!

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Mirielle Thornton04.01.12

Found this link…  this is “MA” one of my Kumu’s or teachers at the Mai- Kai Polynesian Restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale, FL (open since 1956).  She actually danced at the Mai-Kai as one of the original dancers who was brought over by musician Toti (to her right).  As the years passed she ended up marrying the owner of the Mai-Kai.  She then moved on to choreograph the show and eventually owning the restaurant with her family.  I am very fortunate to have worked with her throughout the years.


The Mai-Kai Polynesian Restaurant


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