Heritage of Aloha (HOA) is a 2-day Festival showcasing the heritage of Hawai'i & Polynesia with island cuisine, an outdoor marketplace, cultural workshops, and continuous music and dance on a big stage. Join us in May 2022!
Saturday, May 20, 2023 from 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday, May 21, 2023 from 10 am - 5 pm
Heritage Park in Southern California (12100 Mora Drive, Santa Fe Springs)
Definition of hoa (noun):
Companion, friend, associate, colleague, comrade, partner, mate, peer, fellow.
The Ho'oilina Foundation who organizes this festival is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Proceeds will benefit Southern California Community groups and individuals dedicated to our island heritage! Visit www.HooilinaFoundation.com to learn more.
Help us to grow the Aloha Spirit here in Southern California and invest in our people who have planted their roots outside of Hawai'i & Polynesia. Call Alvin at (562) 762-6099 and become a sponsor of the Heritage of Aloha Festival (HOA). Mahalo to some of our current sponsors: 'Ohana Ukuleles, Orbit Event Rentals, Koaloha 'Ukulele, Commercial Outdoor Advertising, Inc., A.K.U. Grindz and the Sandwich Islands Social Network!
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Sponsored by A.K.U. Grindz who also make 'ono laulau, lu'au stew and North Shore Garlic Shrimp plates!
5/20/23 - SATURDAY
The A.K.U. Grindz Spam Musubi Eating Contest
@ 12:15 pm
'Ohana 'Ukulele Contest
Play us a song and you could go home with a brand new 'Ohana 'ukulele!
Growing up in Southern California, Pualilia became involved with the Hawaiian community there through her mother, Aunty Esther Hanamaika'i Mariniak. A hula dancer, radio personality, and cultural practitioner, Pua has had the opportunity to study under a number of Kumu Hula from Hawai'i and the continent and has been an alaka'i for over 20 years. She is currently a Hawaiian Culture Specialist for Hilton in Waikoloa, Hawai'i.
Kamaka Brown is a multi-talented entertainer, producer, published writer, actor, master of ceremonies, entrepreneur, storyteller and standup comic. He was born in Honolulu and raised in Waimea Valley on the North Shore of O'ahu. He is founder of the Sandwich Islands Social Network, a non profit organization serving Hawaiians and Hawaiians at heart in our community often collaborating with the Hoʻoilina Foundation.
Do you have questions? Interested in a food, merchandise or craft booth for 2023? Contact us here!
Reach out, and let's make it happen.