Learn Hawaiian Culture with Kukahiko

March 16–20, 2020 • 8am–1pm
Pick up/Drop off at Hale Hinano in Kahului

Let your child live Hawaiian!

Kukahiko is bridging indigenous culture and arts with the Maui community. Their activities are shaped by traditional Hawaiian practices in their After School Program and Spring Day Camps.

Heluhelu ʻĀina Spring Break Day Camp is shaped by the traditional practice of kilo, which means “to observe”. Through daily field trips to wahi pana (sacred, storied places) of Maui, keiki grow in their understanding and appreciation of our island history. Designed for keiki grades K–5, Kumu Hula Joy Salvador and Kumu Sarah Nāone strive to inspire young learners and guide them in building a strong, Hawaiian identity through the indigenous lens of our kūpuna. Daily activities include piko (protocol), kilo (weather observations), hoʻoikaika kino (exercise), hulaoli/mele (chant/song), moʻolelo (history/journaling), mālama ʻāina (land stewardship), and hana noʻeau (fine arts and crafts). Past themes have included “Kaulana ʻo Nā Wai ʻEhā” and “Hele i Kahakai”.

Preregistration is due by Monday March 9, 2020. Visit www.ku1ko.com for more information and to register.

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