This community enrichment program is aimed at increasing the cultural knowledge and skills of kūpuna (elders), mākua (adults) and ‘ohana (families). Workshops are held in cultural practices and knowledge like lei making, haku mele (Hawaiian composition), ulana lauhala (weaving), Ni‘ihau shell jewelry assembly, kapa making, Hawaiian history lectures and more. The series allows participants to interact with storytellers and master practitioners like Shad Kane, Dalani Tanahy, and Nalu Andrade.

The intent of the program is for community members to develop skills and feel more knowledgeable about the history and traditions of their community.