FOM Events

"We will develop many regional tiki themed gatherings."

Fun with a purpose

The first FOM event was the Hot Rod Hula Hop in 2005, and this event continues today in Columbus, Ohio. Since then many other events have been held. Some are held annually, and others return every few years. In addition to these larger events, there are many small events and gatherings. Follow our local chapters on social media to find out what is going on near you.

Fellow Moai like to have a good time, and we often combine Good Works with Celebration by having events that benefit charities. National events organized by the Order benefit the Easter Island Foundation. Events held by individual chapters usually benefit local charities.

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OHANA: Luau at the Lake

Started in 2009 and held at the Tiki Resort in Lake George, New York, OHANA is a weekend of Polynesia in the Adirondacks. This is a national event and a majority of proceeds benefit the Easter Island Foundation.

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OHANA: Luau by the Sea

Started in 2015, this second OHANA event in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is all the fun you expect from OHANA... plus the Mai-Kai Restaurant! This is a national event and a majority of proceeds benefit the Easter Island Foundation.

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Hot Rod Hula Hop

Our oldest event continues through the efforts of the Kahiki chapter in Ohio. This event benefits CureCMD, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that funds research and clinical trials to find a cure for congenital muscular dystrophies.

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Chicago Area Tiki Tour

Started in 2011, CATT is organized by the Red Palms chapter in Illinois. This bus tour reappears every few years. Past events have benefitted Catnap from the Heart, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit animal shelter, and the Easter Island Foundation.

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Makahiki: A Night of Tiki

Started in 2014, Makahiki is organized by the Pukapuka Chapter in Indianapolis. A portion of the proceeds go to benefit the Southside Animal Shelter, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in Indianapolis.

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Northeast Tiki Tour

Started in 2007, NETT is organized by the Queequeg chapter in New England. This bus tour pops up at random in New England.

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OHANA: Luau on the Moon

Started in 2052, this is the first ever tiki event held on the lunar surface. Well, several meters below the surface, actually.

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National Convention

Every five years the Fellowship gathers together to celebrate our progress.

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