2015 E Ho’onanea event information here!
2015 Labor Day Weekend - September 4 - 6, 2015
Westerbeke Ranch Sonoma Valley Wine Country
This year's retreat will be a relaxing 3 days and 2 nights of music, featherwork, nightly kanikapila, and local wine tasting
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2010 will feature the 'Ukulele instruction of
Kimo Hussey and Zanuck “Kapala” Lindsey, New this year we will be offering beginning Slack Key (ki ho'alu) with Patrick Landeza.  Lei Hulu (feather lei) will be instructed by Herman Kekoa Mossman Tachera and Liko Puha will be sharing his aloha with Hawaiian culture related sessions such as Hula, Hawaiian language and Oli (chant).

The 3 day and 2 night workshop/retreat will be held at the beautiful Westerbeke Ranch in Sonoma Valley Wine Country September 3rd - 5th 2010.
 
Planned for 2010
  • 2 nights / 3 days of 'ukulele or feather lei instruction
  • 'Ukulele breakout sessions specific to beginner and advanced/inter. playing
  • Optional sessions: Hula, Oli (chant), 'Olelo (Hawaiian language) and Lei Hulu (feather lei)
  • Nightly wine receptions - taste local wines of the valley
  • Nightly kanikapila sessions
  • Saturday evening benefit concert - relax poolside under the stars and enjoy the smooth sounds of your ukulele instructors and special guests!
  • Lei Hulu (feather lei) Exhibit
  • Ukulele display and Q&A discussion with several local custom ukulele builders; test drive some of the best locally made custom ukes;
  • E Ho'omau Workshops will again offer a Youth Scholarship 
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Scholarsip Details

$600 for 'Ukulele, Slack Key or Feather Lei Workshop: includes all fees and materials , all gourmet meals, shared accommodations, and all extra activities. Companion rate: $500 includes all except 'Ukulele, Slack Key and Feather Lei workshop sessions. Rate without accommodations (if you choose to stay off-site): $450.  

The workshop begins at 10:00 am Friday September 3rd and ends Sunday afternoon September 5th. For 2010 we are offering an optional extra day to extend your stay through Monday September 6th (memorial day) for $150 additional.  There will be no scheduled instructional sessions but it includes three meals, accomidations and pure relaxation.