Zoom briefing on kuleana homesteading on May 22

Zoom briefing on kuleana homesteading on May 22

Aloha mai kakou,

Kealapono (Donna) Sterling, Kawika Davidson, Norman Abihai, and other Kahikinui beneficiaries and `ohana members will host a briefing this Friday about kuleana homesteading. The purpose of the session, open to all interested people from 5 to 7 p.m. via Zoom technology, is for Kahikinui lessees to share their experiences with prospective kuleana-homestead beneficiaries at `Ualapu`e, Molokai, and Anahola, Kaua`i.

The leader of each homestead at `Ualapu`e and Anahola is invited to submit 10 kuleana homesteading-related questions to Kealapono at email dhelekunihi@yahoo.com and to moderator Kekoa Enomoto at email kenomoto1@hawaii.rr.com. Organizers plan to forward ASAP a .pdf file of a sample Kahikinui lease to `Ualapu`e and Anahola leaders, for sharing with their beneficiaries.

Mahalo nui a hui hou 5 p.m. Friday, per Zoom invitation below*,

-Kekoa Enomoto

2019-23 president, Maui/Lana`i Mokupuni Council, a consortium of 17 Hawaiian homelands entities; chairwoman of the board, Pa`upena Community Development Corporation (www.paupena.org);

cell/text (808) 276-2713

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*Topic: Kuleana-homesteading briefing
Time: May 22, 2020 05:00 PM – 07:00 PM Hawaii

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Kēōkea Holiday Craft Fair Nov. 11

Keokea Marketplace

For information, contact Kanoe Merino, kanoelehua11@gmail.com

Kēōkea Holiday Craft Fair Nov. 11

Kula, HI – Kēōkea Farm Lots Association will host its annual Holiday Craft Fair on Saturday, November 11th, from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm.

The fair presents a wide array of crafts, handmade items & artisan goods, all made here in Maui. Garden-fresh fruits and veggies, along with tropical plants and flowers will be among the selection of homegrown goods. Aunty Pikake’s famous pastele stew & kalbi ribs, along with Tina’s Haleakala supah shots, are a few of the event’s feature menu items. Enjoy live entertainment while holiday shopping.

Newly added, is our keiki corner, featuring keiki vendors. All crafts in this section are made and sold by Maui’s very own keiki!

Bring your slippers to our cultural village and partake in our lauhala class, where you can learn to weave and decorate your own pair for $20.

Also featured, are la’au lapa’au teas and scones. Delightful and therapeutic tea flavors will include mango, ulu, ashitaba, sour sop & an olena, lavender and ginger combination.

The Keokea Marketplace is at the 17 Mile Marker of Kula Highway at Ka‘amana Street, a quarter-mile past Grandma’s Coffee House.

Admission is free.

For vendor information, contact Karen or Kanoe at keokeamarketplace@gmail.com.