Hawaiian Plumeria Lei-Making Class

Limited tickets available!

October Schedule TBA

Register below 

Price: $30, includes blooms, lei-making materials, lei and hairpiece hands-on instruction, and a chance to walk the farm.

Learn how to make an authentic Hawaiian plumeria lei, kui style! You’ll be guided step-by-step through the entire process by the amazing Stacy Atkinson. As a bonus, you’ll also learn how to make a plumeria hairpiece.

All materials and supplies are included in your registration. You’ll get to take home what you make. No experience is necessary and all ages are welcome. This class is held in an in-person, intimate setting on Atkinson Plumeria Farm outside under a canopy, protected from the sun. This is rain or shine.

Have more fun! Bring…

  • Grandma, mom, daughter, granddaughter
  • Spouse/partner
  • BFF, neighbors, coworkers, fellow plumeria growers

Coffee and water will be provided. After the class, you can walk around the farm among the 100s of plumerias and 1000s of blooms. 

What to bring:

  • Water bottle
  • Hat
  • Close-toed shoes
  • Sunscreen
  • Aloha spirit

If you want to preserve your lei, bring an ice chest with an ice pack covered by at least 3-4 layers of newspaper.

Check-in begins 15 minutes before the class starts. Please give yourself enough time to arrive, park, and get a seat as the event will begin promptly at the start time. 

Note: Cancellations are allowed up to 24 hours before the event. Eventbrite ticketing fees will be deducted (usually less than 8%).

REGISTER:

Note: If a class is sold out, email us with your phone and preferred class time to be placed on a waitlist.

Testimonials

“It was a perfect morning and enjoyed every minute of it. It’s worth far more than you charge!” Gina

“Thank you for the great lei-making class. My friends were impressed with my first lei.” Jane

“Stacy was clear and patient with all of us novices!  Thank you very much for your kindness and expertise.  ” Laurie

“Thanks for welcoming us to your lovely farm and making us feel comfortable like family and not like we were at some stuffy classroom.” Reina