E Hula Mau (The Hula Lives), the host to Southern California’s only Hula and Chant Competition, returns to California’s Long Beach Terrace Theater this Labor Day Weekend (Aug. 30-Sept. 2) to celebrate and honor Hawaiian traditions and values. The 19th annual competition is sponsored by Nà Mamo (The Cherished Offspring), a nonprofit organization committed to preserving key Hawaiian values through social interaction and education. Various cultural workshops will be held throughout the weekend in the Hawaiian Cultural Village in front of the Terrace Theater and at The Westin Hotel in Long Beach. This year’s workshops feature the art of lei making, Hawaiian educational lectures, a slack key workshop, hula workshops and many more. All are open on a first-come, first-served basis. Some fees may apply. (For a full list of workshops: http://ehulamau.org/events.php). For more information, visit http://ehulamau.org.