752 Grand Avenue
Spring Valley, Ca 91977

Hui Song: “Hawaii Aloha”
Hui Flower:
Ponimo (Carnation)
Hui Colors: Red & Yellow

Organized in 1970, the Hui O Hawai’i of San Diego is a nonprofit social organization whose purpose is to preserve the cultural heritage of Hawai’i, to foster a spirit of Aloha, to take an active interest in the welfare of the Hawaiian community and to unite its members in friendship, good fellowship and mutual respect and understanding.

Some of our activities include a monthly (every third Tuesday) social dinner gathering that feature volunteer (individuals, group or family) cooks doing their favorite dish, entertainment, invited speakers, a raffle and an evening of sharing with old/new members and family.

The September social is dedicated to Miss Hui O Hawai’I where the Na wahines of the Hui display their talents in music and dance.

Other activities include a spring Luau usually in March and a larger outdoor Luau usually in August. There is a Saturday Hawaiian Choir practice for performances at senior centers, for other occasions and personal pleasure.

A ukulele class on Wednesday nights at the Hui building for beginners and accomplished players of all ages.

We participate in the annual Ho’Olaule’a at Alondra Park and the annual Pacific Islander Festival in San Diego.

The Hui has a scholarship program that provides assistance to high school and college students seeking success in higher education.

For membership information, please write to:

Carmen Bugawisan
242 Lakeview Ave
Spring Valley, Ca 91977
Or call (619) 466 2948

We have a web site for events and general information at: