ʻĀina to ʻŌpu Event
We are so glad you are registering for this event. We are also thankful for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs who is sponsoring this special event. We have great speakers lined up to share their manaʻo about kalo in many avenues from planting, eating, preparing, passing it on to the next generation and more. Our speakers come with much experience and love for our community and the sustainability of our ʻohana and island.

Date: Monday, October 11

Time: 8:30am Check In
Event Begins: 9am to 2:30pm

Location: Corner of Kukuihale Rd and Pilipoli Rd
- Turn Right on Pilipoli Road and enter at the gate on the left near the only tree in the middle of the field
- Please park inside - perpendicular against the fence line

Please bring a flask for water.

The format of the event will be the following:
8:30am - Check In (All COVID policies will be in place)
9:00am - Event begins - A pu (conch shell) will be blown at the start of the event
9:00am - 11:55pm First 4 speakers
* Upon check-in you, will be directed to a specific tent to begin
* Each speaker will have approximately 40 minutes, then the pu will be blown for you to switch tents
12pm - LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED
12:40p - 2:10p Last 2 speakers

We are looking forward to seeing you soon!

SPECIAL NOTE: If you are interested in learning how to make a pohaku kuʻiʻai through traditional methods, please contact Rae Nam at (808) 224-4245. We will have a separate workshop the following morning for those who are interested. We will meet at 8:30am and end at 4pm. Space is limited to 15 people. You must be able to drive to various locations.


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