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Pōhaku Sessions Pia Valley w/ Kimeona Kane (Sunday 03/06/22)

A special opportunity to learn from Kumu Kimeona Kane and his hui at Pia Valley! Weaving rock, friendships, history...

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Pōhaku Sessions Pia Valley w/ Kimeona Kane  (Sunday 03/06/22)

Time & Location

Mar 06, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Honolulu, Pia Valley, Honolulu, HI 96821, USA

About the event

We will meet in the cul de sac at the top of Anolani St.

When you are ready, please walk directly to check in which will be the last truck parked at the top of Anolani st.

After check in, you will be directed up to the site.

Please avoid congregating on the street or next to homes.

Parking: We are asking if possible to park at the shopping center and carpool to Anolani street to minimize traffic and crowding. Please be respectful to our neighbors and keep our voices down and not to block the turn around in the cul de sac, & park across the street from the homes on the right side coming down Anolani street.

Annual Liability Waiver for must be completed prior to arrival (once a year)

Liability Waiver Link: https://waiver.fr/p-aKgCw

What to bring:

– SHOES ARE REQUIRED.  – Clothing that can get dirty (long sleeve shirt and pants highly recommended!!) – Hat, sunglasses    and sunscreen – Reusable water bottle(s) and plenty of water (1/2 gallon recommended) – Snacks and any medications needed

– Rain jacket (in case of inclement weather)

Please Note: There are no bathrooms at the site. Participants will need to trek in the bushes or drive to the nearest bathroom at Kawaikui Beach Park.

TOOLS: All community tools and gloves have been sanitized, we will provide tools and gloves but you are welcome to bring your own gloves. 

Where:  Kaiona Beach Park, parking along the fence line on Kalanianaʻole Highway fronting the park.  Kaiona Beach Park

What:  Building Pia Valley walls.  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.

We will start with piko as we normally do, as well as oli (Nā Aumakua) and a few others that we do with groups.

Additional info:  https://www.protectpreservehi.org/about-1

Please let me know if you have any other questions etc.  Give me a call.

Mahalo nui!

ʻO wau nō me ka haʻahaʻa,

Kimeona Kane

Director of Community Outreach

808 398 8989

kimeonakane.808cleanups@gmail.com

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