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Please mark your calendars for a special webinar series celebrating the stories of our islands and our campuses! He Ukana Aloha Kā Kīlauea is a yearlong series featuring music, dance, and storytelling from the ten UH campuses. The first session is Wednesday, September 23rd from the island of Maui…

Nā Hana Nui A Māui: The stories surrounding the activities of Māui are part of the stories from time immemorial. They remind us of what is important in the Hawaiian worldview. Join the UH Maui College as they share through kaʻao, mele, and hula these hana nui a Māui, great deeds of Māui.

Wednesday, September 23
12pm HST
Please click the link below to join the webinar:
Password: ukana

Next webinar on Wednesday, September 30th:
Haʻehaʻekū, the giant of Waikolu: Kaʻao abound about how one must behave for the betterment of the community. This kaʻao comes from Molokaʻi and through the use of ʻuala or sweet potato, reminds us that thinking of others is important. Together, we will also create a Hawaiian dessert called kōʻelepālau.

Preparation: please get (3) cooked sweet potatoes (not yams), (1) 13.5 oz. can of coconut milk (not water), a spoon, bowl, and a cutting board.

The He Ukana Aloha Kā Kīlauea series is presented by the Hawai’i Papa o Ke Ao Committee at the University of Hawai’i.

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