Learn Hawaiian and Polynesian Dances in Naples
Sherry "Hiwahiwa" Coffey
Sherry “Hiwahiwa” Coffey, a professional hula dancer and director of the Hula Connection Dancers of Southwest Florida, will teach a progressive series of four classes in Hawaiian Hula and authentic Polynesian dances for teens and adults from 6 to 7 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month beginning September 5, at the House of Gaia, in Naples.
Coffey trained at the prestigious Polynesian Cultural Center, on Oahu, and with many notable kumu hula (hula masters) and Tahitian choreographers.
Cost: $50 per class. Location: 1660 Trade Center Way. For more information or to register, call Coffey at 239-768-5575 or email Info@HouseOfGaia.org.
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