Aloha e nā hoa,
Papahana Kuaola has extended us an invitation to participate in their Mo’olelo/Mele Tour(s) offered by the Lelekamanu Program.
There is no cost to attend, but you are allowed to register for only ONE tour, either the Mele OR Moʻolelo Tour. A separate application must be completed for each applicant. If the tours do not fill up, we will contact you about registration for another tour.
The tour will be conducted on a school bus, with multiple stops getting on and off the bus, and some walking. At the end of the tour, we will ask that you fill out a survey about the tour. The recommended age for participants is 8 years old and above.
Registration will be based on a first come, first served basis. Upon receipt of your registration, we will send you a confirmation email that will include items to bring and wear and a Consent Form. A form for each person participating in the tour will need to be filled out and brought with you on the day of the tour. Anyone who has not completed the Consent Form will not be able to participate in the tour. If you need to cancel after registering, please call or email at least one week before the tour. Usually, there are people on a waiting list that would like to participate.
May 26, 2018. Starts and ends at Papahana Kuaola – Waipiʻo, 46-489 Haia Road, Kāneʻohe.
Areas: Heʻeia, *Kāneʻohe, *Kahana, *Punaluʻu, *Hauʻula (*restroom stops included)
June 9, 2018
July 21, 2018
Areas: Heʻeia, Waiahole, Kaʻaʻawa, Hauʻula, Laʻie, Pupukea, Haleʻiwa, Kuaniloko
- Mele and mo’olelo are focused on the windward side.
- Multiple stops are included in each tour. Both tours have similar stops, but the moʻolelo tour has more.
- Both stop at Hauʻula Beach Park to eat lunch at the park (restroom facilities
- You will have to bring your lunch, snacks and drinks with you.
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