Mānoa Heritage Center

In Loving Memory

MHC’s co-founder, Mary M. Cooke (1936-2022)

Remembering Mary

Come and be inspired!

A guided tour of Mānoa Heritage Center gardens and Kūkaʻōʻō Heiau introduces visitors to the beauty of Hawaiʻi’s unique cultural and natural heritage.

MHC Public Programming Update

Aloha mai kākou,

We have reopened for tours of 8 people (max) on weekday afternoons and select Saturday mornings. Please see Event Calendar for specific dates and times.

Please visit the Event Calendar above to register for a tour.

In addition, we ask if you are not feeling well, to please consider staying home and rescheduling your visit.

Thank you for helping us to keep our community safe. We hope to see you soon!

During these uncertain times, we want to leave you with this quote shared by our friends at the Polynesian Voyaging Society:

“We are each made for goodness, love, and compassion.  Our lives are transformed as much as the world is when we live with these truths.”

– Archbishop Desmond Mpilo Tutu

PLAN A VISIT

Enjoy this introduction to Mānoa Heritage Center created by recent Mid-Pacific graduate Garrison Lagapa (class of 2018). This short film was a senior project, and part of receiving his Hawaiian Studies certificate.

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We are committed to working with the community to nurture responsible stewardship practices and invite you to join our ʻohana as volunteers and partners.

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Registration for part 2 of our Kahaukani Conversations Celebrating Kāhuli for Monte Cooke’s Birthday is now open and we have 2 more great speakers lined up.  David Sischo is a Wildlife Biologist with the Division of Forestry and Wildlife, specializing in the conservation of rare and endangered terrestrial mollusks. He has coordinated the Snail Extinction Prevention Program since its founding in 2012, overseeing field operations and a captive-rearing laboratory with over 40 species from five islands.  Jan Kealoha is the Bishop Museum Captive Rearing Coordinator and has been overseeing the captive rearing program and training students and volunteers to save Hawaii’s remaining snails.  Register via our website at the link in our bio or go to bit.ly/kahuli2  #KahaukaniConversations #VirtualKahaukaniConversations #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #Kāhuli #NativeHawaiianSnails #MonteCookeJr #BishopMuseum #Malacology #HawaiiMalacology #SnailExtinctionPreventionProgram #HawaiiDOFAW
Registration for part 2 of our Kahaukani Conversations Celebrating Kāhuli for Monte Cooke’s Birthday is now open and we have 2 more great speakers lined up.  David Sischo is a Wildlife Biologist with the Division of Forestry and Wildlife, specializing in the conservation of rare and endangered terrestrial mollusks. He has coordinated the Snail Extinction Prevention Program since its founding in 2012, overseeing field operations and a captive-rearing laboratory with over 40 species from five islands.  Jan Kealoha is the Bishop Museum Captive Rearing Coordinator and has been overseeing the captive rearing program and training students and volunteers to save Hawaii’s remaining snails.  Register via our website at the link in our bio or go to bit.ly/kahuli2  #KahaukaniConversations #VirtualKahaukaniConversations #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #Kāhuli #NativeHawaiianSnails #MonteCookeJr #BishopMuseum #Malacology #HawaiiMalacology #SnailExtinctionPreventionProgram #HawaiiDOFAW
Registration for part 2 of our Kahaukani Conversations Celebrating Kāhuli for Monte Cooke’s Birthday is now open and we have 2 more great speakers lined up. David Sischo is a Wildlife Biologist with the Division of Forestry and Wildlife, specializing in the conservation of rare and endangered terrestrial mollusks. He has coordinated the Snail Extinction Prevention Program since its founding in 2012, overseeing field operations and a captive-rearing laboratory with over 40 species from five islands. Jan Kealoha is the Bishop Museum Captive Rearing Coordinator and has been overseeing the captive rearing program and training students and volunteers to save Hawaii’s remaining snails. Register via our website at the link in our bio or go to bit.ly/kahuli2 #KahaukaniConversations #VirtualKahaukaniConversations #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #Kāhuli #NativeHawaiianSnails #MonteCookeJr #BishopMuseum #Malacology #HawaiiMalacology #SnailExtinctionPreventionProgram #HawaiiDOFAW
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We have some fun workshops coming up in the next few weeks.  Find more information and/or sign up at our website (linked in bio) or via the links in the slides.  #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #MaKaHanaKaIkeWorkshops #KeikiTENRO #PapaHulaAŌlelo #NativePlantBook #AccordionBook #PlantSketches
We have some fun workshops coming up in the next few weeks.  Find more information and/or sign up at our website (linked in bio) or via the links in the slides.  #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #MaKaHanaKaIkeWorkshops #KeikiTENRO #PapaHulaAŌlelo #NativePlantBook #AccordionBook #PlantSketches
We have some fun workshops coming up in the next few weeks.  Find more information and/or sign up at our website (linked in bio) or via the links in the slides.  #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #MaKaHanaKaIkeWorkshops #KeikiTENRO #PapaHulaAŌlelo #NativePlantBook #AccordionBook #PlantSketches
We have some fun workshops coming up in the next few weeks. Find more information and/or sign up at our website (linked in bio) or via the links in the slides. #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #MaKaHanaKaIkeWorkshops #KeikiTENRO #PapaHulaAŌlelo #NativePlantBook #AccordionBook #PlantSketches
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More info about the position is available on our website that is linked in our bio.  Mahalo nui loa! 🙏🏼🌺💕  #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #JobOpening #FullTimeJobs #NonProfitJobs #ExecutiveDirector #HeritageCenter #HawaiianCulture #HawaiianHistory #JobSearch
More info about the position is available on our website that is linked in our bio.  Mahalo nui loa! 🙏🏼🌺💕  #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #JobOpening #FullTimeJobs #NonProfitJobs #ExecutiveDirector #HeritageCenter #HawaiianCulture #HawaiianHistory #JobSearch
More info about the position is available on our website that is linked in our bio. Mahalo nui loa! 🙏🏼🌺💕 #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #JobOpening #FullTimeJobs #NonProfitJobs #ExecutiveDirector #HeritageCenter #HawaiianCulture #HawaiianHistory #JobSearch
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ʻĀkia
Wikstroemia uva-ursi  🐠Sprawling shrub a.k.a Fish poison plant & hillside false ʻōhelo
🐠Has small yellow flowers with a distinct musky scent
🐠Its round fruit, ranging in color from yellow to red, resemble orange/red ʻōhelo berries
🐠1 of 12 endemic species in the Hawaiian Islands
🐠Roots, bark, leaves, and stems were crushed then placed in a porous container, and sunk in a salt water pool to stun nearby fish
🐠Bark was a source of one of the strongest Hawaiian fibers used in ropemaking and braiding  #NativeHawaiianPlants #EndemicHawaiianPlants #Ākia #WikstroemiaUvaUrsi #FishPoisonPlant #FalseŌhelo #HillsideFalseŌhelo #FridayFlora #FloraFriday #FridayFlower #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
ʻĀkia
Wikstroemia uva-ursi  🐠Sprawling shrub a.k.a Fish poison plant & hillside false ʻōhelo
🐠Has small yellow flowers with a distinct musky scent
🐠Its round fruit, ranging in color from yellow to red, resemble orange/red ʻōhelo berries
🐠1 of 12 endemic species in the Hawaiian Islands
🐠Roots, bark, leaves, and stems were crushed then placed in a porous container, and sunk in a salt water pool to stun nearby fish
🐠Bark was a source of one of the strongest Hawaiian fibers used in ropemaking and braiding  #NativeHawaiianPlants #EndemicHawaiianPlants #Ākia #WikstroemiaUvaUrsi #FishPoisonPlant #FalseŌhelo #HillsideFalseŌhelo #FridayFlora #FloraFriday #FridayFlower #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
ʻĀkia
Wikstroemia uva-ursi  🐠Sprawling shrub a.k.a Fish poison plant & hillside false ʻōhelo
🐠Has small yellow flowers with a distinct musky scent
🐠Its round fruit, ranging in color from yellow to red, resemble orange/red ʻōhelo berries
🐠1 of 12 endemic species in the Hawaiian Islands
🐠Roots, bark, leaves, and stems were crushed then placed in a porous container, and sunk in a salt water pool to stun nearby fish
🐠Bark was a source of one of the strongest Hawaiian fibers used in ropemaking and braiding  #NativeHawaiianPlants #EndemicHawaiianPlants #Ākia #WikstroemiaUvaUrsi #FishPoisonPlant #FalseŌhelo #HillsideFalseŌhelo #FridayFlora #FloraFriday #FridayFlower #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
ʻĀkia
Wikstroemia uva-ursi  🐠Sprawling shrub a.k.a Fish poison plant & hillside false ʻōhelo
🐠Has small yellow flowers with a distinct musky scent
🐠Its round fruit, ranging in color from yellow to red, resemble orange/red ʻōhelo berries
🐠1 of 12 endemic species in the Hawaiian Islands
🐠Roots, bark, leaves, and stems were crushed then placed in a porous container, and sunk in a salt water pool to stun nearby fish
🐠Bark was a source of one of the strongest Hawaiian fibers used in ropemaking and braiding  #NativeHawaiianPlants #EndemicHawaiianPlants #Ākia #WikstroemiaUvaUrsi #FishPoisonPlant #FalseŌhelo #HillsideFalseŌhelo #FridayFlora #FloraFriday #FridayFlower #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
ʻĀkia
Wikstroemia uva-ursi  🐠Sprawling shrub a.k.a Fish poison plant & hillside false ʻōhelo
🐠Has small yellow flowers with a distinct musky scent
🐠Its round fruit, ranging in color from yellow to red, resemble orange/red ʻōhelo berries
🐠1 of 12 endemic species in the Hawaiian Islands
🐠Roots, bark, leaves, and stems were crushed then placed in a porous container, and sunk in a salt water pool to stun nearby fish
🐠Bark was a source of one of the strongest Hawaiian fibers used in ropemaking and braiding  #NativeHawaiianPlants #EndemicHawaiianPlants #Ākia #WikstroemiaUvaUrsi #FishPoisonPlant #FalseŌhelo #HillsideFalseŌhelo #FridayFlora #FloraFriday #FridayFlower #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
ʻĀkia
Wikstroemia uva-ursi  🐠Sprawling shrub a.k.a Fish poison plant & hillside false ʻōhelo
🐠Has small yellow flowers with a distinct musky scent
🐠Its round fruit, ranging in color from yellow to red, resemble orange/red ʻōhelo berries
🐠1 of 12 endemic species in the Hawaiian Islands
🐠Roots, bark, leaves, and stems were crushed then placed in a porous container, and sunk in a salt water pool to stun nearby fish
🐠Bark was a source of one of the strongest Hawaiian fibers used in ropemaking and braiding  #NativeHawaiianPlants #EndemicHawaiianPlants #Ākia #WikstroemiaUvaUrsi #FishPoisonPlant #FalseŌhelo #HillsideFalseŌhelo #FridayFlora #FloraFriday #FridayFlower #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
ʻĀkia
Wikstroemia uva-ursi  🐠Sprawling shrub a.k.a Fish poison plant & hillside false ʻōhelo
🐠Has small yellow flowers with a distinct musky scent
🐠Its round fruit, ranging in color from yellow to red, resemble orange/red ʻōhelo berries
🐠1 of 12 endemic species in the Hawaiian Islands
🐠Roots, bark, leaves, and stems were crushed then placed in a porous container, and sunk in a salt water pool to stun nearby fish
🐠Bark was a source of one of the strongest Hawaiian fibers used in ropemaking and braiding  #NativeHawaiianPlants #EndemicHawaiianPlants #Ākia #WikstroemiaUvaUrsi #FishPoisonPlant #FalseŌhelo #HillsideFalseŌhelo #FridayFlora #FloraFriday #FridayFlower #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
ʻĀkia
Wikstroemia uva-ursi  🐠Sprawling shrub a.k.a Fish poison plant & hillside false ʻōhelo
🐠Has small yellow flowers with a distinct musky scent
🐠Its round fruit, ranging in color from yellow to red, resemble orange/red ʻōhelo berries
🐠1 of 12 endemic species in the Hawaiian Islands
🐠Roots, bark, leaves, and stems were crushed then placed in a porous container, and sunk in a salt water pool to stun nearby fish
🐠Bark was a source of one of the strongest Hawaiian fibers used in ropemaking and braiding  #NativeHawaiianPlants #EndemicHawaiianPlants #Ākia #WikstroemiaUvaUrsi #FishPoisonPlant #FalseŌhelo #HillsideFalseŌhelo #FridayFlora #FloraFriday #FridayFlower #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
ʻĀkia Wikstroemia uva-ursi 🐠Sprawling shrub a.k.a Fish poison plant & hillside false ʻōhelo 🐠Has small yellow flowers with a distinct musky scent 🐠Its round fruit, ranging in color from yellow to red, resemble orange/red ʻōhelo berries 🐠1 of 12 endemic species in the Hawaiian Islands 🐠Roots, bark, leaves, and stems were crushed then placed in a porous container, and sunk in a salt water pool to stun nearby fish 🐠Bark was a source of one of the strongest Hawaiian fibers used in ropemaking and braiding #NativeHawaiianPlants #EndemicHawaiianPlants #Ākia #WikstroemiaUvaUrsi #FishPoisonPlant #FalseŌhelo #HillsideFalseŌhelo #FridayFlora #FloraFriday #FridayFlower #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
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Pōhinahina
Vitex rotundifolia  💜Found on all islands except Kahoʻolawe
💜Has a sage-like aroma that comes from its leaves
💜Member of the mint family (Lamiaceae)
💜Used medicinally for fever, stomachaches, and headaches  #NativeHawaiianPlants #IndigenousHawaiianPlants #Pōhinahina #VitexRotundifolia #HawaiianGoosefoot #MintFamily #Lamiaceae #FridayFlower #FloraFriday #FridayFlora #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
Pōhinahina
Vitex rotundifolia  💜Found on all islands except Kahoʻolawe
💜Has a sage-like aroma that comes from its leaves
💜Member of the mint family (Lamiaceae)
💜Used medicinally for fever, stomachaches, and headaches  #NativeHawaiianPlants #IndigenousHawaiianPlants #Pōhinahina #VitexRotundifolia #HawaiianGoosefoot #MintFamily #Lamiaceae #FridayFlower #FloraFriday #FridayFlora #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
Pōhinahina
Vitex rotundifolia  💜Found on all islands except Kahoʻolawe
💜Has a sage-like aroma that comes from its leaves
💜Member of the mint family (Lamiaceae)
💜Used medicinally for fever, stomachaches, and headaches  #NativeHawaiianPlants #IndigenousHawaiianPlants #Pōhinahina #VitexRotundifolia #HawaiianGoosefoot #MintFamily #Lamiaceae #FridayFlower #FloraFriday #FridayFlora #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
Pōhinahina
Vitex rotundifolia  💜Found on all islands except Kahoʻolawe
💜Has a sage-like aroma that comes from its leaves
💜Member of the mint family (Lamiaceae)
💜Used medicinally for fever, stomachaches, and headaches  #NativeHawaiianPlants #IndigenousHawaiianPlants #Pōhinahina #VitexRotundifolia #HawaiianGoosefoot #MintFamily #Lamiaceae #FridayFlower #FloraFriday #FridayFlora #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
Pōhinahina
Vitex rotundifolia  💜Found on all islands except Kahoʻolawe
💜Has a sage-like aroma that comes from its leaves
💜Member of the mint family (Lamiaceae)
💜Used medicinally for fever, stomachaches, and headaches  #NativeHawaiianPlants #IndigenousHawaiianPlants #Pōhinahina #VitexRotundifolia #HawaiianGoosefoot #MintFamily #Lamiaceae #FridayFlower #FloraFriday #FridayFlora #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
Pōhinahina
Vitex rotundifolia  💜Found on all islands except Kahoʻolawe
💜Has a sage-like aroma that comes from its leaves
💜Member of the mint family (Lamiaceae)
💜Used medicinally for fever, stomachaches, and headaches  #NativeHawaiianPlants #IndigenousHawaiianPlants #Pōhinahina #VitexRotundifolia #HawaiianGoosefoot #MintFamily #Lamiaceae #FridayFlower #FloraFriday #FridayFlora #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
Pōhinahina
Vitex rotundifolia  💜Found on all islands except Kahoʻolawe
💜Has a sage-like aroma that comes from its leaves
💜Member of the mint family (Lamiaceae)
💜Used medicinally for fever, stomachaches, and headaches  #NativeHawaiianPlants #IndigenousHawaiianPlants #Pōhinahina #VitexRotundifolia #HawaiianGoosefoot #MintFamily #Lamiaceae #FridayFlower #FloraFriday #FridayFlora #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
Pōhinahina Vitex rotundifolia 💜Found on all islands except Kahoʻolawe 💜Has a sage-like aroma that comes from its leaves 💜Member of the mint family (Lamiaceae) 💜Used medicinally for fever, stomachaches, and headaches #NativeHawaiianPlants #IndigenousHawaiianPlants #Pōhinahina #VitexRotundifolia #HawaiianGoosefoot #MintFamily #Lamiaceae #FridayFlower #FloraFriday #FridayFlora #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley
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Join us on Wednesday, December 14 at 12 noon for the first of two special lunchtime Kahaukani Conversations in celebration of Dr. Monte Cooke's birthday. Dr. Monte Cooke was born on December 20, 1874, and became the first curator of the Malacology collection at the Bishop Museum in 1907. Throughout his career Dr. Cooke led many expeditions and field surveys throughout Hawaiʻi and the Pacific and Indo-West Pacific Ocean that helped to expand the collection.  We have 2 amazing speakers from Bishop Museum’s malacology department who will be sharing on 2 different topics (see slide 2).  The second presentation celebrating kāhuli will take place in January 2023.  🐌Register at the Event Calendar on our website (link in bio) or go to bit.ly/kahuli1  #KahaukaniConversations #VirtualKahaukaniConversations #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #Kāhuli #NativeHawaiianSnails #MonteCookeJr #BishopMuseum #Malacology #HawaiiMalacology
Join us on Wednesday, December 14 at 12 noon for the first of two special lunchtime Kahaukani Conversations in celebration of Dr. Monte Cooke's birthday. Dr. Monte Cooke was born on December 20, 1874, and became the first curator of the Malacology collection at the Bishop Museum in 1907. Throughout his career Dr. Cooke led many expeditions and field surveys throughout Hawaiʻi and the Pacific and Indo-West Pacific Ocean that helped to expand the collection.  We have 2 amazing speakers from Bishop Museum’s malacology department who will be sharing on 2 different topics (see slide 2).  The second presentation celebrating kāhuli will take place in January 2023.  🐌Register at the Event Calendar on our website (link in bio) or go to bit.ly/kahuli1  #KahaukaniConversations #VirtualKahaukaniConversations #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #Kāhuli #NativeHawaiianSnails #MonteCookeJr #BishopMuseum #Malacology #HawaiiMalacology
Join us on Wednesday, December 14 at 12 noon for the first of two special lunchtime Kahaukani Conversations in celebration of Dr. Monte Cooke's birthday. Dr. Monte Cooke was born on December 20, 1874, and became the first curator of the Malacology collection at the Bishop Museum in 1907. Throughout his career Dr. Cooke led many expeditions and field surveys throughout Hawaiʻi and the Pacific and Indo-West Pacific Ocean that helped to expand the collection. We have 2 amazing speakers from Bishop Museum’s malacology department who will be sharing on 2 different topics (see slide 2). The second presentation celebrating kāhuli will take place in January 2023. 🐌Register at the Event Calendar on our website (link in bio) or go to bit.ly/kahuli1 #KahaukaniConversations #VirtualKahaukaniConversations #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #Kāhuli #NativeHawaiianSnails #MonteCookeJr #BishopMuseum #Malacology #HawaiiMalacology
2 months ago
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Join Kumu Kau‘i Mead for an engaging and enriching hour of Ho‘ōla Music and Cultural Arts. 
This introduction will focus on the value of Aloha including mo‘olelo and learning the song Island Style/‘Ōiwi E. Students will also learn the history of the ʻukulele and the C chord progression. Students will need to bring a ʻukulele, if possible (there’s a limited number of ʻukulele available to borrow), and a notebook. 
Register at the event calendar on our website (linked in bio) or go to bit.ly/papahoola 
#ManoaHeritageCenter #HoōlaMusicAndCulturalArts #PapaHoōla #HawaiianCulture #HawaiianValues #HawaiianMusic #HawaiianArts #ProgramsForStudents #EducationalPrograms #MusicProgramsForKids
Join Kumu Kau‘i Mead for an engaging and enriching hour of Ho‘ōla Music and Cultural Arts. This introduction will focus on the value of Aloha including mo‘olelo and learning the song Island Style/‘Ōiwi E. Students will also learn the history of the ʻukulele and the C chord progression. Students will need to bring a ʻukulele, if possible (there’s a limited number of ʻukulele available to borrow), and a notebook. Register at the event calendar on our website (linked in bio) or go to bit.ly/papahoola #ManoaHeritageCenter #HoōlaMusicAndCulturalArts #PapaHoōla #HawaiianCulture #HawaiianValues #HawaiianMusic #HawaiianArts #ProgramsForStudents #EducationalPrograms #MusicProgramsForKids
2 months ago
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Sharing this in case anyone is interested! Our friends @malama.manoa, @uhlyonarboretum, and the Mānoa branch of @theoutdoorcircle will be holding their 1000 tree giveaway this Saturday at College Hill.  Stop by and get a free tree or plant! 🌴An arborist and horticulturist will also be there to answer questions 💚  #ManoaHeritageCenter #MHC #Manoa Valley #MālamaMānoa #MānoaOutdoorCircle #LyonArboretum #TreeGiveaway #1000TreeGiveaway #HawaiiTreeGiveaway
Sharing this in case anyone is interested! Our friends @malama.manoa, @uhlyonarboretum, and the Mānoa branch of @theoutdoorcircle will be holding their 1000 tree giveaway this Saturday at College Hill. Stop by and get a free tree or plant! 🌴An arborist and horticulturist will also be there to answer questions 💚 #ManoaHeritageCenter #MHC #Manoa Valley #MālamaMānoa #MānoaOutdoorCircle #LyonArboretum #TreeGiveaway #1000TreeGiveaway #HawaiiTreeGiveaway
3 months ago
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There are still open spots to join private chef Sayuri Cockey to learn about TENRO, a cooking method using all natural ingredients for restoration of body, mind, and spirit. Sayuri has been a private chef for 4 years and owner of the restaurant Aisunao in Naoshima, Japan since 2001. You can find more information about her and about TENRO at her website: www.leai.space  Find more info and registration at bit.ly/tenro1112. You can also find it on the event calendar at our website (link in bio).  #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #MaKaHanaKaIkeWorkshop #LearnByDoing #CookingWorkshop #AllNaturalIngredients #TENRO
There are still open spots to join private chef Sayuri Cockey to learn about TENRO, a cooking method using all natural ingredients for restoration of body, mind, and spirit. Sayuri has been a private chef for 4 years and owner of the restaurant Aisunao in Naoshima, Japan since 2001. You can find more information about her and about TENRO at her website: www.leai.space Find more info and registration at bit.ly/tenro1112. You can also find it on the event calendar at our website (link in bio). #ManoaHeritageCenter #ManoaValley #MaKaHanaKaIkeWorkshop #LearnByDoing #CookingWorkshop #AllNaturalIngredients #TENRO
3 months ago
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Paintings, Prints, and Drawings of Hawaii

A special book and Kama‘aina perspective from the Sam and Mary Cooke Collection. Experience 18th to 20th century Hawaiian history through art.

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