CULTURAL WORKSHOPS

Ho‘olaule‘a wouldn't be complete without the further education of our native Hawaiian culture. Enjoy a lei making workshop from the master, Uncle Bill Char or a free cook-off featuring some familiar faces!

 
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FIRST EVER HO'OLAULE'A COOKING CONTEST

MAEDA (KES) VS. PARKER (KMS) VS. VINTA (KHS)


LIVE ON FACEBOOK (FREE)

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Watch as Chef Christa Collins, Flik Resident District Manager, and Emcee Dean Matsushita, FLIK Executive Chef, show us at home and our Kamehameha Kumu how to prepare KAMEHAMEHA'S FAMOUS SHEPHERD'S PIE!


Our Kamehameha Kumu are Ryder Maeda, Ryan Parker, and Mr. Vinta, each representing the Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.

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LEI WILI WORKSHOP

LIVESTREAMED VIA ZOOM

SATURDAY, FEB 12, 1:00PM - 2:00PM

Master lei maker Uncle Bill Char's Lei Wili Workshop is back by popular demand!  This is an amazing opportunity to learn how to make lei wili from start to finish by observing, creating, and asking questions in a virtual setting from the comfort of your home. 


There are two options to participate in this workshop:

Option 1: $40 Live zoom session + materials kit*

Option 2: $25 Live zoom session using your own materials**


*Kits include enough foliage to create one (1) lei po'o and will include some or all of the following items, depending on availability: bougainvillea, bozu, statice, assorted greens.  Participants need to provide raffia, scissors, and a small spray bottle with water. 


Kits must be picked up on Thursday, February 10, between 3:00 to 6:30 pm, Kamehameha Schools Pauahi Administration Building, Lower Parking Lot. 


**If you are not ordering a materials kit, you're encouraged to gather at least one pan of flowers and/or greenery.   Suggestions for flowers and/or greenery: bougainvillea, mini carnations, bud roses, baby’s breath, statice, ‘ulei berries, ‘ohelo berries, pukiawe and/or other berry clusters, bozu (globe amaranth), ‘ohai ali‘i, wax flowers, ageratum, liko lehua, asters, cockscomb (celosia), ‘a‘ali‘i, spanish moss, leatherleaf fern, palapalai, laua‘e, ti leaf, song of India, pohinahina, and moa. Participants will also need to provide raffia, scissors, and a small spray bottle with water.