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Summer Oli Workshop Series

 Learn about Hawaiian protocol and the role of oli (chant).

To honor the surrounding landscape of the Puʻuloa campus, Leeward Community College has adopted the Hawaiian chant, “Hālau Puʻuloa.”  Join professor and kumu hula, Momi Kamahele, to learn about our campus and its surrounding landscape through oli.

No experience necessary.

Sponsored by:

Nā ʻEwa Council

Leeward’s advisory board concerning issues related to Native Hawaiians, Native Hawaiian programs, language, culture, and history. http://www.leeward.hawaii.edu/na-ewa-council

Puakai ʻUla Committee

A committee of Nā ʻEwa Council responsible for implementing activities related to the university’s commitment to being a foremost indigenous-serving institution. 

In the future, regular workshops will be scheduled throughout the year. More dates will be announced .

Wednesday, August 1 at 10:00am to 11:00am

Leeward Community College, ED 301
96-045 Ala Ike Street, Pearl City, HI, United States

Event Type

Lecture/Seminar, Special Events, Native Hawaiian


Arts & Humanities Division, Leeward Community College, Academic Programs, Hawaiian Studies

Target Audience

Faculty, Staff

For more info:

Contact: Momi Kamahele (808) 455-0627, momi@hawaiil.edu


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