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Join us for Part 2 of our podcast series, ‘Exploring the Depths of Hawaii’s History and Culture.’ In this family-friendly episode, we’re honored to have Mr. Terry, the manager of the Hawaiian Village at the Polynesian Cultural Center and an adjunct professor at Brigham Young University specializing in Hawaiian language and culture. We dive into the fascinating history of luaus, uncover the significance of leis, and savor the flavors of delicious traditional foods served at these festive gatherings. Tune in to hear common traditional songs, including the benediction and ‘Hawaii Aloha.’ And don’t miss the grand finale, a special song called Aloha Oe, composed by the last monarch of Hawaii, Queen Lili’ Uokalani.

For more information on the islands of Hawaii and other Polynesian islands:

http://polynesia.com

Birthday shoutouts:

hello@culturekidsmedia.com

For more classic Hawaiian songs:

Aloha Oe

Hawaii Aloha

Check out the Polynesian Cultural Center Spotify Page for Polynesian music:


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