Telford Lake, Leduc Alberta

Alberta Culture Days

Date:  Saturday September 30, 2023

As part of Alberta Culture Days, The Leduc Boat Club is hosting a Polynesian pop-up event from 10:00 AM – 3:15 PM.  The Leduc Boat Club is part of the celebrations occurring throughout the province during Alberta Culture Days in September.

Come Learn Hula

This free, family-friendly event will showcase:


The Ho’omaka Hanu A Ke Aloha Polynesian Dance Society demonstrating and instructing traditional Hawaiian and Tahitian dance techniques.

1:30 PM – 2:30 PM  Hula Demonstrations and Lessons for Children.  (One Hour but 40 min max of lessons).  As themed as possible to Moana.  So one dancer dressed as Moana would be perfect.  We have a wind up Hawaiian doll music box from the 1970s whose song is Pearly Shells.  A classic for children.  (Max 24)

2:30 PM -3:15 PM  Hula Lessons for Adults (and any older youth) (Max 24).    For any children and non-participants we would still be playing the Movie Moana in another place and have a craft project called give Maui an Another Tattoo using ink pads and manila paper.  There is no particular theme to the Dance except Polynesian.

A family-friendly Hawaiian movie with a photo booth

Outrigger Canoe Rides (Online booking required.)

This event is funded by The Alberta Culture Days Grant Program.

Check out the other Culture Days events in Leduc by the City of Leduc and Chamber of Commerce in downtown Leduc.

Free Rides, Space is Limited

Book your Outrigger Rides

Outrigger rides are limited therefore preregistration will be required to reserve a spot. Book a spot for each person. Spaces are limited to 8 people per booking time.

Select multiple instances of the same time for each person.

Alberta Culture Days 2021

Alberta Culture Days runs September 1st to September 31st and is the province’s largest celebration of our heritage, arts, community spirit and cultural diversity. To learn more, visit