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PAHUA HEIAU

Pahua Heiau Talk Story Session #7 • Sunday • September 24th @ 10am • Hawaiian Ocean Navigation • with Guest Speaker Hawaiian Navigator: Kekaimalu Lee 

Hikianaliʻa Voyaging Canoe

Kekaimalua Navigating on the Hikianaliʻa

Ka Iwi Coastline Petroglyphs 

“My beloved home Maunalua”

Come one, come all to the 7th Talk Story Session at the sacred site of Pahua Heiau at the base of Kamilo Ridge in Maunalua (Hawaii Kai).
 
Livable Hawaii Kai Hui and Maunalua.net invites the public to a monthly discussion at Pahua Heiau to learn about the moʻolelo (story) of Maunalua.
 
This month’s talk story is on Hawaiian Wayfinding and Navigation.  Special guest speaker, Hawaiian Navigator, Kekaimalu Lee, will share about the art of Hawaiian Navigation.
Kekaimalu has been a part of numerous voyages by Hokuleʻa and Hikianaliʻa.  He is a graduate of the University of Hawaiʻi receiving degrees in Hawaiian studies and Hawaiian language.
 
Kekaimalu is also the great-great grandson of famed Maunalua konohiki, Joe Lukela.
 
Please make sure to check out www.Maunalua.net  and click on the Lukela button to learn more about Joe Lukela.
 
Pahua Heiau is owned by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA). Pahua Heiau is a wahi pana, a sacred place, that is located at the end of a cul-de-sac in Maunalua. Through a community partnership, 
the heiau has been stewarded by Livable Hawaii Kai Hui for the past two years.  Beginning in January of 2017, educational talk story events are being held where the public has the opportunity to learn 
about the history and culture of Maunalua. The educational discussions are led by Maunalua.net, a community organization that is committed to perpetuating the historical and cultural memories of Maunalua. 
 
Pahua Heiau is located at the end of Makahuena Place and sits on 1.5 acres of land. The heiau rests on the ridge separating Kamilonui Valley (agriculture) to the west and Kamiloiki Valley (residential) to the east. 
 
FYI:  Mats to sit on are provided, but feel free to bring a comfortable chair or pillow to sit on if you wish.
Ann Marie Kirk
 
P.S.  For those interested in the new Maunalua.net  fundraiser shirts, I will have them at the talk story session.  The front of the shirt displays petroglyphs that are found along the Ka Iwi coastline and the designs from tapa
beaters found in a cave in Maunalua.  The back of the shirt has more of the petroglyphs found along the coastline.  E KUʻU HOME ʻO MAUNALUA - means “My beloved home Maunalua”  The shirts are $20.
I will also have Maunalua.net stickers that are $5.  All money raised supports the research, collection and sharing of stories of Maunalua - ma uka a ma kai - on Maunalua.net
 

June 24th, 2017   -  PAHUA HEIAU TALK STORY

Pahua Heiau Talk Story Session #4 • Sunday • May 28th @ 10am • Constructing the Past:  Archeology in Maunalua • Guest Speaker Archeologist Regina Hilo

 

Paiko Peninsula • 1786

Come one, come all to the 4th Talk Story Session at the sacred site of Pahua Heiau at the base of Kamilo Ridge in Maunalua (Hawaii Kai).

Livable Hawaii Kai Hui and Maunalua.net invites the public to a monthly discussion at Pahua Heiau to learn about the moʻolelo (story) of Maunalua.

This month’s talk story is Constructing the Past: Archeology in Maunalua.  Special guest speaker Archaeologist Regina Hilo will share her knowledge of using archeology and cultural knowledge
to tell the story of areas in Hawaiʻi like Maunalua.  Itʻs going to be fascinating.

Pahua Heiau is Owned by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA), Pahua Heiau is a wahi pana, or sacred place, that is located at the end of a cul-de-sac in Maunalua . Through a community partnership, 
the heiau has been stewarded by Livable Hawaii Kai Hui for the past two years.  Beginning this January, educational talk story events are being held where the public will have the opportunity to learn 
about the history and culture of Maunalua. The educational discussions will be led by Maunalua.net, a community organization that is committed to perpetuating the historical and cultural memories of Maunalua. 

Pahua Heiau is located at the end of Makahuena Place and sits on 1.5 acres of land. The heiau rests on the ridge separating Kamilonui Valley (agriculture) to the west and Kamiloiki Valley (residential) to the east. 
 
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FYI:  Mats to sit on are provided, but feel free to bring a comfortable chair or pillow to sit on if you wish.

 

     Map to Pahua Heiau Site • Makahuena Place

     Livable Hawaii Kai Hui and Maunalua.net invites the public to a monthly discussion at Pahua Heiau to learn about the moʻolelo (story) of Maunalua.

    Owned by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA), Pahua Heiau is a wahi pana, or sacred place, that is located end of a cul-de-sac in Maunalua . Through a community partnership, the heiau has been stewarded by Livable Hawaii Kai Hui for the past two years. 

    Beginning this January, educational talk story events are being held where the public will have the opportunity to learn about the history and culture of Maunalua. The educational discussions will be led by Maunalua.net, a community organization that is committed to perpetuating the historical and cultural memories of Maunalua. 

    Pahua Heiau is located at the end of Makahuena Place and sits on 1.5 acres of land. The heiau rests on the ridge separating Kamilonui Valley (agriculture) to the west and Kamiloiki Valley (residential) to the east. 

    The talk story events will be held on the grassy knoll at Pahua heiau on the last Sunday of every month from 10 a.m. to 11am.

    Every talk story event will feature a different topic every month. 

 

 

                                Pahua Heiau       

     We are proud to help perpetuate the culture of our community," said Alan Tateishi, vice president of Livable Hawaii Kai Hui. "As a steward and an advocate for our community, we feel it is important to share the story of this special place we call home.”

     Last month’s talk story was - Maunalua:  Our Guiding Voices - Kupuna of Maunalua Pt. 1.  In this talk story stories of Kupuna of Maunalua and their impact on our culture and history in Maunalua were shared.

     This month’s talk story is -  Wahi Pana of Maunalua.  Learn about the sacred sites of Maunalua; some well known and some not so well known. 

 

FYI:  Mats to sit on are provided, but feel free to bring a comfortable chair or pillow to sit on if you wish.

 

     Hope to see you this Sunday

 

     Explore Maunalua via Maunalua.net 

 

 

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