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The Hawaiian culture, its language, traditions and values, holds the unique identity of the people. By participating in the activities of the culture, the community maintains its distinctive character and personality. Being shared amongst various members of a community, the culture is learned and passed on from the older generations to the newer ones, thereby keeping the culture alive and fresh. According to tradition, the kalo and ‘āina are the older siblings and the Hawaiian people are the younger siblings. It is up to the people to care for and to respect the kalo and ‘āina. Should the people follow and care for the kalo and ‘āina, it will in turn provide food, shelter, and all necessary things needed for life. Keiki O Ka Aina infuses the Hawaiian culture into all its programs, and several offer an extremely strong cultural connection.

Feb 29
Mar 04

Kalo Prep

KEIKI O KA AINA

Mar 04

Kuʻi Kalo Māʻili

KEIKI O KA AINA

Mar 05
Mar 09

Simple Hula

KEIKI O KA AINA

Mar 10

Volunteer - Lomilomi

KEIKI O KA AINA

Mar 10
Mar 23

Simple Hula

KEIKI O KA AINA

Mar 25

Loʻi/Māla Kalo

KEIKI O KA AINA

Mar 28
Mar 31

Kalo Prep

KEIKI O KA AINA

Mar 31

Kuʻi Kalo Kalihi

KEIKI O KA AINA

Mar 31


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