Moku‘āina A Wakinekona

Hawaiian Civic Club of Washington State

“A awe o lehulehu lei ulana pū ia ho‘onui ikaika nui alaila ʻekahi awe ia lei.”

A strand of many lei woven together is more powerful than one strand of lei.

Next General Membership Meeting

Annual Club Picnic

July 13, 2024 | 10:00 AM

Rainier Vista Community Park

5475 45th Ave SE, Lacey, WA 98503

Agenda | Approved Minutes

Aloha mai kākou!

We promote, preserve and perpetuate Native Hawaiian culture, values and traditions.



MAWHCC Book Club

The MAWHCC Book Club is open to the public, so anyone who is curious about or has affection for Hawaiian culture will find a home here.

Books are selected by members and the club meets for an hour on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7 pm PST.

Our group discussion is virtual via Google Meet. An invitation will be sent to everyone in the book club mailing list. If you are interested in being a part of the club, just let us know at Meetings are open to non-members. If you have friends who might be interested, please share this information with them.

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The annual ʻAha Mele, usually held the 2nd Saturday in April, is a day long event with music, dance, vendors, raffle, food, health screenings and workshops. It opens with a welcome ceremony from the Puyallup Tribe and Chief Leschi schools drum and dance group. This event is also our major fundraiser for scholarships and funding our cultural programming.

ʻAha Mele Gallery >


We strive to preserve Hawaiian culture by hosting multiple activities throughout the year. 

Members and visitors are encouraged to attend our Annual May Day is Lei Day celebration and learn to make lei.

We also participate with other Hawaiian and Polynesian organizations such as:

Photo of children with ukulele


MAWHCC has sponsored the following workshops: