International Folk Dancers of Hawaii

We invite you to join our world of recreational

International Folk Dancing 

Enjoy the regional dances of Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Hungary,
Armenia, Turkey, Israel, Serbia, and many other countries...

For all ages and all levels of proficiency...
No partner needed--all are welcome!

  • Where & When:

We dance at the Na Makana Dance Studio in Paradise Park (Honolulu) 2-3 times a month, on Sunday evening.  Because the date can vary, an email notification is sent out a few days prior to each dance session.

For more information or to receive dance notifications, send an email to

  • Cost:

$5 per dance session

Other Activities

  • Partners in Time

Partners in Time is a related group with a repertoire of Balkan--Near Eastern--jazz/fusion music. They occasionally play at IFDH events and also at weddings, parties, coffee houses and other venues.

Kip McAtee--guitar, tambura                          Ernie Provencher--bass
Marcia Kemble--dumbek, tupan     Anita Trubitt--accordion

For more information about the band and its members click on the picture above.

About IFDH

International Folk Dancers of Hawaii is a non-profit corporation organized to perpetuate recreational folk dancing and its accompanying music through ongoing educational programs of classes, workshops, concerts, conferences and forums.

Membership dues are $5/year. All members receive a periodic newsletter, Foot*Notes.

International Folk Dancers of Hawaii
P.O. Box 22463
Honolulu, Hawaii 96823-2463

For more information, contact one of the following:

  • Marcia Kemble - 808-941-6453
  • Joyce Baker - 808-521-2270
  • Or send an email to

Other Dancing in Hawaii

Another folk dance group on Oahu is Hawaii Israeli Recreational Dance. In addition there are Contra Dance, Square Dance, Scottish country dance and Scandinavian dance groups.  There are also plenty of opportunities for Swing, Country Western, Latin, and ballroom dancing.  The DanceHawaii website has information on all sorts of dance, from contra through country to rave.

For information about folk dancing on the Big Island, click here.

Last updated - 2/17/2018