Princess Kahanu Estates Association is excited to host its first ever ku'i 'ai (poi making) event, a funded grant from the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL). Come learn and continue the tradition of ku'i 'ai! Participants will be taught using traditional Hawaiian implements such as papa ku‘i ‘ai (poi pounding board) and pōhaku ku‘i ‘ai (stone poi pounder) with locally gathered ingredients (kalo) from the ‘āina (land). While this family-based cultural experience is free of charge, each participant will need to order and purchase cooked kalo for the event. E Ku’i ‘Ai Kākou Sessions may be subject to sudden date/time changes.
For the safety of all participants, space is limited for each session (no more than 10 each session). At each event, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Department of Health (DOH) guidelines will apply as mentioned above. Pre-registration is required for all participants. Keiki will need to be accompanied by an adult.
To register for an event, click the "PRE-REGISTRATION" button below.
Princess Kahanu Estates Association is a Hawaiian Homes Community made up of 272 Residential Lots, one lot is licensed to Kamehameha Schools. Princess Kahanu Estates Association was created by the Department of Hawaiian Homelands under two Hawaii Revised Statutes; HRS 414D "Hawaii Nonprofit Corporation" and HRS 421J "Planned Community Association".
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