8:30am`Ohana time— meet at campsites #3, 4, 5 (third campsite from the parking lot bathrooms and next to the ocean - map of campsites below)
11am - 1pm "Broken Promises", multimedia research project on Hawaiian Homes Commission Act and why after 97 years, only 9700 homesteads and 44,000 Hawaiians waitlisted?
Location: Hawai`i "State" Capital Room 325
6:00pm Dinner Waimanalo Beach Park Campsites #3, 4, 5 (third campsite from the parking lot bathrooms and next to the ocean - map of campsites below)
7:00pm Uncovering Faith in the Hawaiian People of Old (Kaipo‘i Kelling)
Tuesday, July 10 Waimanalo Beach Park Campsites #3, 4, 5 (third campsite from the parking lot bathrooms and next to the ocean - map of campsites below)
9:30am Laulima: Many hands laulau making
6:00pm Dinner — at Waimanalo Beach Campsites
7:00pm Bible Study, ‘Ohana time, worship & Kanikapila (jam session)
Wednesday, July 11 Waimanalo Kupuna Housing (41-209 ‘Ilauhole, 96795)
9:30am Ho‘olohe i na Kūpuna (Listening, learning & kanikapila w/kūpuna) (11:15am serving lunch)
6:00pm Dinner & Event @ Iolani Palace steps (bring beach chair or mat if possible)
Dr Lynette Cruz, Dr Ron Williams and Hui Aloha `Aina o Ka Lei Maile Ali`i presentation of Hawaiian history (including "The Queen's Women" Re-enactment) leading to the 1897 Ku`e petitions & the legacy of justice of the Hawaiian churches
Thursday, July 12 Iolani Palace (364 S King St., Honolulu, 96813)
10:30am Hale Ali‘i 'o ‘Iolani (Please RSVP to Brenda 478-6933/cost per person $14.75)
12:30pmLunch and discussion at Apahu‘a ('Iolani Palace grounds)
6:00pm Dinner — FIrst Baptist Church Waimanalo
7:00pm Simple Courage: The Story of Kalaupapa & Father Damien
Friday, July 13 Hale Mohalu,connected to Leahi Hospital (3650 Maunalei Ave., 96816)
— Waimanalo Beach Park near main beach parking lot
6:00pmPa‘ina Mahalo ke Akua (Testimonies/Exhortation) — First Baptist Church Waimanalo
Directions to Ho‘olohe Pono 2018 sites
Waimanalo Beach Park Campsites #3, 4, 5 (third campsite from the parking lot bathrooms and next to the ocean - map of campsites below) 41-741 Kalaniana'ole Highway Waimanalo, Hawai'i 96795 Bus route 57/ 77/ 89 Waimanalo Kūpuna Housing (41-209 ‘Ilauhole, 96795)
From town: Take H-1 to Pali Hwy. proceed to Windward side. Turn right at sign for Waimanalo (at Castle Hospital). Proceed into Waimanalo (two lanes will turn into one ). Pass McDonald's on left and turn right on Nakini (after 7-11 and 76 gas station on left and across the street from the Waimanalo Park field). Turn right at ‘Ilauole Street and turn into housing. Park in visitor/street parking. Look for meeting room there.
From Hawai‘i Kai: Turn left at Nakini (across the street from the Waimanalo Beach Park). Go up Nakini St. and Turn right at ‘Ilauhole Street and turn into housing. Park in visitor/or street parking. Look for meeting room.
Hale Mohalu at Leahi Hospital (3650 Maunalei Ave.) (Hale Mohalu entrance is on the Maunalei Ave. (off Makapu‘u Ave.) side of the Leahi Hospital. From H-1: Take the 6th Ave exit. Turn right after you exit. Continue onto Alohea Ave. Turn left onto Pokole. Turn right at Maunalei Ave. & Hale Mohalu on left (3650 Maunalei Ave.)
First Baptist Church Waimanalo (41-568 Flamingo St, Waimanalo, 96795) off Kalanianaole Hwy.
When is Ho‘olohe Pono?
O'ahu: July 8-13, 2018
Moloka'i: July 14-21, 2018
Come for one session, a day, or the whole week!
How much is Ho‘olohe Pono?
Full-Time Participation: $550 plus cost of flights =>(Oahu $225 / Molokai $325)
Student Participation: $475 plus cost of flights => (Oahu $200 / Molokai $275)
*Includes all food, lodging and transportation, also scholarships are available.
Part-Time Participation: Suggested donation on O‘ahu per event is $5-10 not including ‘Iolani Palace (Donations go to the cost of the meal and gift for the speaker).
*Includes all food, lodging and transportation. Scholarships are available