Only 20 tickets available! Deadline to sign up is 6/13!
In Hawaiian, “po’o” means “head,” so a lei po’o is a head lei. You’ll learn to make a beautiful 21-inch Lei Po’o using a beautiful assortment of seasonal flowers and greenery (possibly dendrobiums, spray roses, carnations, and alstroemeria – all dependent on availability). You’ll learn the wili (pronounced “vee-lee” meaning to wind or twist) technique to make your Lei Po’o.
Your teacher is award-winning San Diego lei maker Margery Ohlson. She’ll share information about how to prepare the materials and how to prolong the life of your Lei Po’o. She will talk about lei culture and lei etiquette, all while Hawaiian music plays softly in the background.
What to bring:
Water bottle (refills provided)
Check-in begins 15 minutes before the event starts. Please give yourself enough time to arrive, park, and get a seat as the event will begin promptly at the start time.
Water and coffee will be provided. We’ll be in our open classroom in the shade. This is a rain-or-shine event.
Note: Cancellations are allowed up to 24 hours in advance of the event. Eventbrite ticketing fees will be deducted (around 8%).
Note: Photos are depictions of previous Lei Po’o. Materials used in your class depend on availability.
Price: $60 – limited tickets available!
Includes hands-on instruction, lei culture & etiquette session, all materials needed, and extensive Q&A.