Mānoa Heritage Center

September 24, 2021 • MHC@Home, Workshops & Programs

Virtual Kahaukani Conversations – Mānoa Plants

We are finally back with another Virtual Kahaukani Conversations. We hope everyone has been safe and healthy as we continue to navigate these crazy times. Join us as we talk plants and Mānoa Valley with artist and horticulturist David Shepard. David’s presentation, “Mānoa Plants: A Changing Landscape,” will examine how the land use and plants […]

June 24, 2021 • MHC@Home, Workshops & Programs

Virtual Kahaukani Conversations – Eia Hawaiʻi

Join us for our next Virtual Kahaukani Conversation with Maya Kawailanaokeawaiki Saffery. Inspired by her research on ʻāina (land) education, her presentation will discuss how mele (songs, chants) composed in ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language) are repositories of Hawaiian epistemology (the study of knowledge) and can therefore become lenses through which to view and imagine how […]

January 28, 2021 • Kaʻaipū Kākou Blog, MHC@Home

Why Mānoa Matters

Mid-Pacific Students Create a Podcast About the Valley Mānoa Heritage Center was first introduced to Mid-Pacific Institute’s Historic Preservation course back in 2017 when students scanned Kūkaʻōʻō Heiau using a 3-D Lidar Scanner. This year, challenged by COVID safety protocols, Historic Preservation teacher Billie Napoleon approached Mānoa Heritage Center about the possibility of supporting students […]

November 10, 2020 • Kaʻaipū Kākou Blog, MHC@Home

Virtual Kahaukani Conversations – Farming & Fishing

Farming and Fishing in Ancient Hawaiʻi – Three Examples: Kōloa, Kauaʻi; Kawākiu, Molokaʻi; and Kahoʻolawe For our most recent Kahaukani Conversations, we were fortunate to have Dr. Hallett Hammatt, archaeologist and founder of Cultural Surveys Hawaiʻi, speak with us. Dr. Hammatt has been working in the field of archaeology and historic preservation for 40 years, […]

October 2, 2020 • MHC@Home, Workshops & Programs

Virtual Kahaukani Conversations – Farming & Fishing

Farming and Fishing in Ancient Hawaii- Three Examples: Kōloa, Kaua‘i; Kawākiu, Moloka‘i; and Kaho‘olawe Please join us for our next Virtual Kahaukani Conversations event on Thursday, October 29 at 5 pm on Zoom. Registration is FREE! Dr. Hallett H. Hammatt has been a working archeologist for 45 years. In this virtual presentation, Dr. Hammatt will […]

September 3, 2020 • MHC@Home, Workshops & Programs

Virtual Kahaukani Conversations – Kahalaopuna

Ka U‘i O Mānoa: Reflecting on “Kahalaopuna” and the Landscapes of Mānoa Please join us for our next Virtual Kahaukani Conversations event on Thursday, September 17 at 5 pm on Zoom. Registration is free! Click the button to go to the registration page; the Zoom link will be emailed to you prior to the presentation. […]

August 31, 2020 • Kaʻaipū Kākou Blog, MHC@Home

Virtual Kahaukani Conversations – Hawaiian Science

Hawaiian Science: ʻIke o Ka Po‘e ʻImiloa (Knowledge of a Far-Seeking People) “Ahu kupanaha ia, Hawaiʻi ʻimi loa! E noiʻi wale mai nō ka haole-a, ʻaʻole e pau nā hana a Hawaiʻi ʻimi loa.” A heap of amazing things can be learned about Hawaiʻi! And however diligently the foreigner inquires, he cannot completely fathom all […]

August 19, 2020 • Kaʻaipū Kākou Blog, MHC@Home

Connecting K-12 Teachers and Community Organizations to Create Meaningful Watershed Educational Experience (MWEE) Learning Journeys

By MHC Staff Pilina—connection, is the foundation of community.  The stronger the connection, the more resilient our communities become. The NOAA B-WET (Bay Watershed Education Training) project has been an amazing opportunity for Mānoa Heritage Center to strengthen our pilina with like-minded education organizations throughout the Waikīkī Ahupua‘a watershed. See the list below of the […]

August 7, 2020 • MHC@Home, Workshops & Programs

Virtual Kahaukani Conversations

Hawaiian Science: ʻIke o ka Poʻe ʻImiloa (Knowledge of a Far-seeking People) Please join us for our next Virtual Kahaukani Conversations event on Thursday, August 27 at 5 pm on Zoom. Registration is free! Click the button to go to the registration page; the Zoom link will be emailed to you prior to the presentation. […]

July 16, 2020 • Kaʻaipū Kākou Blog, MHC@Home

Mahalo to Our Supporters!

E lauhoe mai na waʻa; i ke kā, i ka hoe; i ka hoe, i ke kā; pae aku i ka ‘āina. Everybody paddle the canoes together; bail and paddle, paddle and bail, and the shore is reached. Pitch in with a will, everybody, and the work is quickly done. ʻŌlelo Noeʻau #327 The last […]

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