July 27 2019 - ʻOhana Community Work Day
On: Saturday, July 27, 2019
Starts: 8:00 am
Location: 916E Auloa Rd, Kailua, Hawaii, HIJoin us for a morning of hands-on learning and building connections. We are nestled in the heart of Maunawili Valley and subject to changes in weather regularly. You might experience hot sun or pouring rain. Be prepared for both. The lo’i is located in the headwaters of Kawainui Marsh and is a natural wetland with all kinds of wildlife. Expect to encounter tadpoles, guppies, frogs and a variety of beautiful bird species. You will have an incredible encounter with nature in a beautiful and serene setting. The work is challenging and the mud is deep. Integrated into your day will be meaningful Hawaiian values and lessons to make your time rich and memorable. We are looking forward to spending the day with you. IMPORTANT: Our driveway is a SHARED driveway with 916 C & D. Drive all the way back to tent area where someone will guide you for parking. Please be respectful of our neighbors in houses A, B, C or D. FAQs What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Parking is limited, carpooling is suggested. Street parking is available. For groups being transported by bus, the drop-off and pick-up point is Maunawili Park. A representative from Hoʻokuaʻāina will meet you there and escort the group to the lo’i. What should I bring to the event? We An adventurous spirit, towel, old and comfortable clothes (shorts and t-shirt) old swimsuits are best to wear underneath your clothes to make rinse off easier, plastic bag for wet clothes, water bottle, hat, no shoes required in lo’i. What is protocol? We will start our time together with a short and simple opening protocol. You can either choose one representative from your group to open with an oli or a simple explanation of who you are and what your intentions are for the day. Hoʻokuaʻāina will respond with a welcoming oli. Can we take photos for social media? Yes! We love seeing your photos. Please be sure to follow @hookuaaina on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter and tag us. Feel free to share and tag yourself or your organization in any of the photos and vids we share. Use #hookuaaina on all your posts so we can see them! NOTE: Please be sure to read and sign the liability waiver and media release that is attached to this event.
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For more information: Contact Hoʻokuaʻāina