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Kukulu Kumuhana Day Camps

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Download the Packing List.

 

WHAT IS KUKULU KUMUHANA?

Kūkulu Kumuhana is a free, one-week summer camp, immersing Hawaiian children, youth and adults in exciting, culture-based learning in the environment. Daily activities include:

  • hana noʻeau, with materials found at Lihikai

  • mālama ʻāina, taking care of Lihikaiʻs land and water resources

  • mele, oli and hula about Keaukaha

  • preparing healthy, ʻono lunches ma ka ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi

 

Camp ends with a Saturday Hōʻike to the participants ʻohana and community about the things learned during the week, followed by a free lunch for all.

 

LOCATION

Lihikai outdoor learning laboratory at Onekahakaha Beach Park in Keaukaha, Hilo on Hawaiʻi Island, also known as Uncle Keoneʻs place.  

WHO SHOULD APPLY? 

  • Children and youth (ages 10-17) interested in learning more Hawaiian language and culture 

  • Adults who are or want to become teachers of Hawaiian students

  • Parents with children below 10, who want to immerse  themselves and their children in a Hawaiian learning environment

DAILY WEEKDAY SCHEDULE

  • Drop off: 7:30 AM                 Pick-Up: 5:00 PM

  • Saturday will be a Hōʻike ʻOhana from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM

 

  • Free Breakfast & Lunch provided every day!

For more information contact krisha@kuakanaka.com

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Mahalo to our sponsors

Kūkulu Kumuhana 2022 is brought to you by Kū-A-Kanaka LLC, a native Hawaiian social enterprise with over 35 years of experience in culture-based, place-based, project-based education.  Our fiscal sponsor is Hoʻoulu Lāhui, a Hawaiʻi Island based non-profit organization.

 

Funding for the camps is provided by a

USDOE Education grant called Hoʻomōhala ʻIke Kumu ʻĪnana (HIKI)

 

Waiākea Water will provide water bottles and water