Hawaiian Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser

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Hawaiian Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser

Time: March 11, 2017 from 8am to 10am
Location: Bellview Grange
Street: 1050 Tolman Creek Rd.
City/Town: Ashland
Phone: 541-973-6267
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Ka Pi'o O Ke Anuenue
Latest Activity: Mar 6, 2017

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Come enjoy a delicious Hawaiian pancake breakfast in support of Ashland''s hula halau (school) Ka Pi'o O Ke Anuenue. Seating times are at 8, 8:30, 9 and 9:30. There will be a brief hula performance during each seating time and a mini hula lesson for children and adults at 9. Gluten free and vegan options will be available. Enjoy the aloha!


Proceeds from this event will go to the non-profit Kapi'oanuenue, a 501 c3 organization, in support of the students of Kapi''o O Ke Anuenue. Funds are being raised to help provide scholarships and assistance to students as well as send a group of students to compete at the Kapuna Hula Festival on the island of Hawaii this September. At last years debut performance, we were honored with first place awards in 3 out of 5 categories, along with being the overall winner. We were the only halau representing the state of Oregon. The Kapuna Hula Festival is a yearly competition for older dancers 55 years and older.

Tickets can be purchased in advance at Houston''s Custom Framing & Fine Art, 280 E. Hersey St., #11 in Ashland or at the door. Ticket prices are $8 for adults and $5 for children 10 and younger.

For more information please call 541-973-6267

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