Worldwide Voyage Mālama Honua West Hawai‘i Events with the Hikianalia
Sunday, February 28, 2016, afternoon
Community welcomes Hikianalia (weather permitting) Location: Kohala Waho, Kawaihae Join the host ‘ohana in welcoming the canoe. Potluck for community participants and wa‘a ‘ohana —bring something to share.
Wednesday, March 2, 5:30–8pm
Music and stories from the the canoe Location: Pu‘ukoholā Heiau, Lonoouali‘i This event is free and open to all families and community members. Stories and music led by Chadd Paishon, Maulili Dickson, and the Makali‘i ‘Ohana and the ‘Ohana Wa‘a. Peace flag making for keiki. Bring your picnic dinner, chairs/mat, and a flashlight. RSVP: Hokulea.com/events
Education Engagement Day Location: All throughout West Hawai‘i. Organize and pair up schools and community organizations who mālama honua for community service learning or classroom visitation. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, March 5, 8–10am
Wa‘a Talks Location: Pua ka Ilima (Kawaihae Sand Flats) Geared for educators: E Lau Hoe Wa‘a Teacher Training Activites. RSVP: Hokulea.com/events
Mālama Honua Worldwide Voyage Festival Location: Pua ka Ilima (Kawaihae Sand Flats) This event is free and open to all families and community members. Three Demonstrations—Fish, Water Safety, Wa‘a Oli/Mele. Community Partner Booths.
Wednesday, March 9, 5–7pm
Wa‘a Talks Kona: Keauhou Shopping Center Special Guest Speaker Celeste Ha‘o from Imiloa Astronomy Center sharing the Kolea Wa‘a Tool Kit. Soon to be available to teachers. RSVP: Hokulea.com/events
Friday, March 11, 10–11:30am Special screening for schools Location: Kahilu Theatre Screening of Te Mana o Te Moana. $2 Event Fee RSVP: email@example.com
Saturday, March 12, 10am–2pm
Make Happy, A hui hou Hikianalia Location: Kawaihae Community is invited to say A Hui Hou to Hikianalia. Potluck for community participants and wa‘a ‘ohana —bring something to share.
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Friday, March 4
Saturday, March 5, 10am–1pm