The Hoʻoilina Foundation provides grants, scholarships and/or resource assistance to support groups and individuals of California who are continuing the Polynesian culture through art, music, dance, education and recreation. Visit for more information!

Please show your support by purchasing this yearʻs Festival T-shirt designed by maoli artisan Moke Hilacion.

10:00 am  Saddleback Hula Ministry’s Ka ‘Ohana Ho’onani
10:45 am  Nā Hoa o ka Hale Kanu
11:30 am  Kuhai Hālau o Kalā’alohiikamakaokalaua’e
12:15 pm  Le Polynesia
1:15 pm    Kanile’a's Islander ‘Ukulele Contest
1:45 pm    Huli ‘Ukulele Group
2:15 pm    Hālau Hula a Kawika lāua ‘o Leinani
3:15 pm    Aolani Kaeka Preuss & Kaleleonālani
4:00 pm    Nonosina

California 808 is a CD showcasing "tropical transplants" from Hawaiʻi living on the West Coast and their contemporary island music that covers many genres.  Get your copy today by visiting:


Saturday 10 am - 6 pm

Heritage Park, Santa Fe Springs, California


Sunday 10 am - 5 pm

Please KOKUA the Foundation that brings you HOA!

​Free 'Ukulele Workshop 

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Kanileʻaʻs Islander ʻUkulele Contest

Sunday | May 21st at 1:15 pm

$7 and you choose the color T-shirt!

Mahalo to our HOA emcees, Kamaka Brown & Pualilia Hernandez, as well as the entire SIN Krew at the Sandwich Islands Network for supporting HOA and all of our polynesian communities across the Big Island of America! Tune in to for a LIVE broadcast of the 2017 Heritage of Aloha Festival!

Our ʻUkulele Contest Winner from 2015, LISE LEE, will be performing at HOA on Saturday (5/20/17)!

Listen to her track from California 808 using her Kanileʻa ʻukulele or find her on YouTube @ UkuLise, then join us in Santa Fe Springs to see her incredible talents LIVE!

Our Polynesia race is courageous enough to launch themselves in wooden canoes, using their skills of wayfinding to crisscross the Pacific Ocean. Upon our ancestorʻs sailing canoes were stashed precious life-sustaining plants n the form of shoots, roots, cuttings and seeds which became vital throughout all of Polynesia for their uses as food, medicine, clothing, cordage and shelter.  Three of these canoe plants common throughout Polynesia are captured on our 2017 Heritage of Aloha (HOA) Festival T-shirt: Kalo (taro); Lāʻī (ti leaf); and ʻUlu (breadfruit). We are grateful for our ancestral voyagers and all things that bind us together as a community of Polynesian hoa hānau (cousins)!

A 2-day Polynesian festival in a beautiful park located in Los Angeles, just minutes from Orange County. This hoʻolauleʻa (celebration) features an outdoor cultural marketplace, island cuisine, workshops and continuous Hawaiian and Polynesian music & dance on a big outdoor stage. Entry and parking is FREE! Proceeds benefit Southern California community groups who are committed to sharing our unique island heritage.  

Proudly sponsored by:



Heritage of Aloha 2017  Southern California

Choose Ho Oilina Foundation, Inc. (Whittier) as your charitable organization and Amazon will donate a portion of the total amount you spend to us at


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Spread the aloha and download the flyer and lineup from our Info page to share with your hoa!

10:00 am  Madison Makanaokahaku Scott
10:45 am  ‘Āina Creations ‘Ukulele & Hula ‘Ohana
11:30 am  Hula Hālau Nā Hua ‘o Maile
12:15 pm  Da Hawaiian Kitchen’s Spam Musubi Eating Contest
  1:15 pm  Aloha Hula Dance Studio
  2:15 pm  Hitia o Te Ra Polynesian Dance Studio
  3:30 pm  ‘Ukulele Stylings of Lise Lee & Emi Lee
  4:15 pm  Glory of Paradise
  5:15 pm  Autie Geri Kuhia & Friends

Da Hawaiian Kitchenʻs

SPAM Musubi Eating Contest​

Saturday | May 20th at 12:15 pm