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Lauhala Workshops


Lauhala are long, dried leaves from the pūhala tree. They are stripped and woven to make useful products as well as wearable art. Workshops is lauhala weaving are lead by Stacie Segovia of Ke ‘Alohi O

Lauhala Workshops2020-12-18T05:22:19+00:00

Papa Ku‘i ‘Ai and Pōhaku Loan Program


Papa Kuʻi ʻAi & Pōhaku Loan Program Our papa kuʻi ʻai and pōhaku are available on loan to families in our programs. Complete the form below to reserve your set. We'll deliver

Papa Ku‘i ‘Ai and Pōhaku Loan Program2020-12-18T06:48:20+00:00

Noʻeau Box


The Noʻeau Learning Box The Noʻeau Learning Box Delivery program was launched in mid-March in response to COVID and to address the needs of our families who are sheltering in place. Boxes

Noʻeau Box2021-01-04T18:14:11+00:00



Every year on Ke Ala Polohiwa A Kane (Summer Solstice), the sun will set directly into Pu‘u Palailai. From Pu‘uokapolei the direct descent of the sun into the mahinaona of Pu‘u Palailai can be


Lei Making with Kuhi Rowland


Each year a four part lei making series is held to provide particpants the opportuniuty to explore various styles of lei making. The workshop sequence starts at a beginner level with lā‘ī(ti-leaf) and moves to a more advanced

Lei Making with Kuhi Rowland2020-12-18T05:17:01+00:00

Hana Hei


Hana Hei Hana hei (Hawaiian string figures) is a form of Hawaiian storytelling and mnemonic device. Keiki learn hei in each of Ulu A‘e’s programs. Hana hei engages the young minds of

Hana Hei2020-12-18T02:38:06+00:00



The Nene‘e program is designed for keiki ages 5 – 14 and held during the DOE intersession breaks. Participants explore their community through daily site visits and by engaging in mo‘olelo (stories), hana no‘eau


‘Ike Ku’una Workshops


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

‘Ike Ku’una Workshops2020-08-27T07:43:33+00:00

Makahiki ma Kapolei


Makahiki ma Kapolei Makahiki ma Kapolei is usually held on the first Saturday of February every year at Pu‘uokapolei. It’s a free and open event to the public. The event

Makahiki ma Kapolei2020-12-16T06:38:28+00:00

Afterschool Program – Middle School


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Afterschool Program – Middle School2020-08-27T07:47:06+00:00
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