Create your own small kāhili pa‘a lima, a handheld feather standard. Kāhili are a form of Hawaiian feather work that traditionally acknowledged a person’s status and genealogy and offered spiritual protection. FREE
Kona Historical Society presents "E Hele Me Ka Pūʻolo: The Gifts We Bring," an exhibit highlighting cultural contributions from Kona’s many ethnic groups. Supported by the State of Hawaii Grant-in-Aid program “Pū‘olo: The Gifts We Bring.
For students ages 7 and up.
At SKEA. Monday through Friday, June 24-28, from 2:00-4:00PM
Tuition is $75 for the week ($10 off when registering by Monday, June 17th).
The Society for Kona’s Education & Art is located at 84-5191 Mamalahoa Hwy, Captain Cook, 96704.