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Aloha E Komo Mai

2023 WAITLIST OPENING UPDATE

We will be reopening our waitlist via the website on

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2023 @ 8:00am.

This waitlist opening is for PERFORMING ARTS CLASSES ONLY: Ballet, Hip Hop, Jazz, Voice, Ukulele, and Guitar. We are NOT accepting for Hula and Tahitian at this time. If you’re interested in signing up for any of these classes, please visit our website namakastudio.org and sign up via the “Join Waitlist” button on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2023.

Entries MUST be submitted via the “Join Waitlist” button on the website. Any entries submitted outside of our website will not be accepted. There will only be limited availability. Once we have reached the full capacity, the waitlist button will be removed from the website once again.

Please note: The ONLY way to enroll with us will be through the waitlist button on the website. DM’s, text messages, voicemails, emails, etc, will NOT solidify your enrollment. For any questions, please call 808.678.8884 or email keolam@namakastudio.org

 

 

Na Maka Studio welcomes children and adults of all ages and skill levels to build self-confidence through Hula, Polynesian (Tahitian and Maori), Ukulele, Guitar, Voice, Hip Hop, Jazz and Ballet classes on Oahu, Hawaii.

Na Maka O Pu’uwai Aloha

Translates to “Descendants of Generosity”

Na Maka Studio is a 501 (c ) (3) non-profit organization located in Waipio Gentry, Waipahu, Hawaii. The organization was founded in 1999 by President, Mandi K. Scott. Their goal is to teach and perpetuate the Hawaiian culture and language through hula. They have since expanded our programs to include Polynesian (Tahitian and Maori), Ukulele, Guitar, Voice, Hip Hop, Jazz and Ballet classes.

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