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Kapahu Farm Spring Break Day

Date: 03/21/2017

Time: 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

Place: Kapahu Living Farm, Haleakala National Park,  Kipahulu

Come join Uncle John & Aunty Tweetie for a day in the lo’i!

Please wear a swim suit (or play clothes) that you can get muddy.

You will need: Bug spray, hat, water, towel & lunch

Attention Parents: Please drop your child off at the Hana School Cafeteria by 7:45 am. Bus will depart at 8 am. Keiki will dropped off at home upon return.

Please complete Registration Form and return to Hana School Office

Limited to 30 Keiki (1st-6th grade)


For More Information Contact: Leimamo Lind-Strauss
mamo@kipahulu.org
808-344-1635

Event Webpage: http://kipahulu.org/kapahu-springbreak/

View Kapahu Winter Work Day Flyer

Kipahulu was prized by the Hawaiian ali'i for its fertile 'aina and kai. Thousands of people once lived a sustainable lifestyle in this area farming, fishing, and surviving with the resources of the ‘ahupua’a, from the mountain to the sea. Kipahulu Ohana revives, restores, and shares the practices of traditional Native Hawaiian culture. We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating on the "ways of old" through cultural demonstrations and hands-on activities. Using the wisdom and spiritual guidance of our kupuna, we seek to re-establish a Hawaiian lifestyle in Kipahulu. By initiating sustainable projects, dividing the labor, and sharing the results we preserve our culture. Our Hana 21st Century Community Learning Center programs include Kapahu Living Farm, a traditional wetland taro farm operated in partnership with Haleakala National Park, and shoreline management projects as part of our Malama i ke Kai program including an opihi “rest area” or sanctuary.

Email
mamo@kipahulu.org
Phone
808 248-8673
Website
http://kipahulu.org
Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/kipahuluohana/

See other program offerings by Kipahulu 'Ohana.