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(Mailing List) Pōhaku Sessions
A special opportunity to learn Uhau Humu Pōhaku from Kumu Kimeona Kane and his hui.
Time & Location
Time is TBD
Location is TBD
About the event
Uhau Humu Pōhaku (Hawaiian dry stack masonry) The Hawaiian tradition of designing and building of stone structure with out the use of mortar. From homes, agriculture, aquaculture, spiritual practices, to marking sacred areas, & tracking time.
Where: Kaiona Beach Park, parking along the fence line on Kalanianaʻole Highway fronting the park. Kaiona Beach Park
or Pia Valley along our Lā'au Lapa'au.
What: I intend to have the group do some rock moving for a little while, but the majority of the time is going to be spent weaving.
Pāhonu: We will have all supplies necessary for the rock work. If participants would like to bring snorkel gear, they can do so as we do work underwater as well and want to avoid sharing that type of gear. Please bring hydration, sun protection (reef safe sun screen please), closed foot wear tabis or shoes but closed, and long sleeve shirts is best to avoid scratches. You may also bring your own gloves, though we do supply them. We will start with piko as we normally do, as well as oli (Nā Aumakua) and a few others that we do with groups.
Pia Valley: We will have all supplies necessary for the rock work. Please wear covered shoes. Mosquito repellent, long sleeve & pants recommended. We will have clean gloves for you.
Additional info: https://www.protectpreservehi.org/about-1
Please let me know if you have any other questions etc. Give me a call.
ʻO wau nō me ka haʻahaʻa,
Director of Community Outreach
808 398 8989