Learn how to do the Hawaiian Hula with Kismet's very own Hula expert, Caron Keens!
In 2015, while Caron and her husband were living in Hawaii for one year, she had the opportunity to dance hula with Halau Kiuwailehua under the direction of Kumu Sonny Preston. Upon returning to Canada, she and her husband continue to spread aloha! Caron looks forward to opportunities where she can share the joy of Hawaiian hula with others in a fun & supportive environment.
Along with a Hawaiian Hula Class, you will have a chance to create your own Floral Crown before the Hula Lesson begins! The workshop will take place at Kismet's private Vineyard Venue, surrounded by a vineyard and a private lake. Enjoy summer drinks by the lake at Kismet's Hawaiian Tiki Bar!
Holi is an Indian festival that takes place every spring. It's all about new beginnings — Holi welcomes the spring season and celebrates the end of winter. The Holi festival always falls on the day of the full moon. It's a two day holiday on which a bonfire is lit on the first day which is meant to be a cleansing ceremony that burns away all the bad and evil. The next day, directly after the full moon, is all about the Holi - festival of colors.
Various colors are thrown on each other, amidst loud music and drums to celebrate Holi. Like many other festivals in India, Holi also signifies a victory of good over evil. Each color also carries a meaning. Red symbolizes love and fertility; yellow is the color of turmeric, a powder native to India and used as a natural remedy; blue represents the Hindu God Krishna; and green is for new beginnings.
Join us for the Holi Festival of Colour this year and enjoy an afternoon of dancing, drinking, and splashing one another with colours of the rainbow!
Included with Ticket:
- Glass of Sparkling Orange Muscat
- Holi powder
- Water Blasters
- Poncho Covers
For additional wine, drink tickets will be available for purchase at the venue. Event tickets will be released soon - sign up for our newsletter to get updates!