Getting marine ply for Wa’a (canoe) Waipi’o from Aloha Woods in Kailua Kona, Hawai’i. Mahalo Aloha Woods!
September is the month for lots of awesome activities promoting positive awareness throughout our islands.
First off, Mahalo Nui to Jen and team at the Waikoloa Dry Forest Initiative who held a beautiful Wiliwili festival on September 14th in honor of our endangered Natives, the Wiliwili, Uhiuhi, A’ali’i, Pua Kala and other dry land trees & plants. Mahalo to Hualalai who gave a wonderful, insightful talk story about traditional uses of Wiliwil & his personal experiences using the special wood. Mahalo nui loa to all educators who came out that day to support environmental awareness Island wide!
9/21/2013-Aloha Festival Parade
In honor of our scared mountain the theme for this years Aloha Festivals is, ‘Eo e Mauna Kea, ke kupuna o luna nei,’ Great Mauna Kea, Ancestor above. Please come out and honoring our majestic beauty parade this Saturday and the Aloha Festival Parade in Waimea. Parade start at 10am
9/22/2013-Intertribal Pow Wow
The Annual Intertribal Pow Wow is here! Come check it out in Hilo, we will have a informational booth set up along with lots others with just awesomeness to share!!
Come enjoy music and art at Art in the Park-Solar Music Festival. Final day to paint the 60ft mural. Materials will be provided to come paint and have fun. Special Mahalo goes out to Chauncey Smith for his hard work and passion and to all other artist who put their time and dedication into this project.