April 24, 6pm-April 25th midnight: OWA Ho'olaulea, Maui
This is a Drug and Alcohol-free event, sponsored by Hui Pono `Ike Kanawai (HPIK) and is open to the public.
The translation of the theme Ua Noho au a Kupa talks about the relationship between mother, grandmother and child, how the child grows and becomes accustomed to the face, smell, voice of these two significant people in this child's life. This is the kauna (hidden or deeper meaning) behind the theme.
Presentations: Genealogy, Kū`ē Petition, Burial Council's function, HPIK Law of 1869 and how it applies today, Aha Moku O' Wailuku, Limu restoration, music and food.
Contact: (808) 281-4344 email@example.com
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