Kualoa / Hakipu‘u Canoe Festival

SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016 10 am – 4 pm 49-479 Kamehameha Hwy Kaneohe, Hawaii 96744 Phone Here is the official press release. Visit Kualoa Regional Park on Facebook. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 25, 2013 KUALOA REGIONAL PARK HOSTS KUALOA/HAKIPU’U CANOE FESTIVAL (Mon., Feb. 25, 2013) — The City Department of Parks and Recreation’s Kualoa Regional
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Kick-off Event of Koa Wa‘a Genealogy Project

Saturday March 7, 2015 will be the kick-off event of the Koa Wa‘a Genealogy Project of the Puakea Foundation, a Hawaii not-for-profit organization in Kaneohe. The Koa Wa‘a Genealogy Project will be a multi-year undertaking of the organization to begin documenting, compiling, creating a genealogy database of the numerous koa canoes in the State of
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Year End Letter 2014

Aloha everyone and we hope all of you out there had a great holiday season. Another year has gone by and it is hard to believe we will be starting year 2015. 2014 was another busy year and active one for the foundation. Uncle Bobby is completing another canoe by the end of January. I
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Kalai Wa‘a and Statement on Traditional Canoes

This post is in two parts. Please read through the entire article to learn about the history of the Hawaiian canoe and to read the Puakea Foundation statement on strip canoes. The Kalai Wa‘a kā.lai : vt. To carve, cut, hew, engrave, hoe; to divide, as land; to shape a canoe kā.lai ki‘i : n.v.
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