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All Kapa, all the time...Despite it being long, solitary work, we can share thoughts and experiences through this online hui. Any classe or event postings are also welcome here.

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KAPA CLASSES COMING UP

CHANGE TO CLASS SCHEDULE
THE KANE WALE NO KAPA MALO CLASS WILL BE CHANGED SO ALL YOU GENTLEMEN STILL HAVE TIME TO SIGN UP..NEW DATES WILL BE
SAT APRIL 19, SAT MAY 10, SAT MAY 24
EMAIL KAALAFARM@GMAIL.COM FOR APPLICATION
Okay gang...here are some of the classes that the Cultural Learning Center at Ka'ala will be sponsoring and yours truly will be teaching. If you are interested in taking any of them, send an email to kaalafarm@gmail.com to have an application sent to you. There is a limit on people per class, however if interest is great, we will schedule more classes later on in the year and feel free to pass the info on to others you think may be interested.
Also, this group is for sharing any kapa classes, get togethers and events so please do so! All Islands and the mainland are welcome to represent and 'ae 'ae, a'ohe pau ka 'ike i ka halau kahi.

NA KANE WALE NO PAPA KAPA
Men only kapa class. Improve your patience and perserverence skills by making your own kapa malo. All materials and tools provided but bring a favorite (if you have it) pocketknife to the first class. Saturdays 9-1 Limit 10 students
April 19, May 10, May 24 Cost $100.00 Ages 16 and up

MALAMA NA IWI
Kapa making for repatriation efforts. A free two day event where students will learn about and make kapa that will be used for the iwi reburials. This is special work and we request that you come with the proper attitude of respect and humility for the work.
April 12, May 10 Ages 16 and up Limit 15 students

KAPA CULTURE CLASSES
Make your own kapa and kapa tools including the niho mano and ohe kapala. Students will learn kapa history, wauke cultivation and will malama one of our mala wauke. You will also learn about dye gathering and preparation and decorate your kapa. All materials provided. Saturdays 9-2
June 7, 14, 21, 28 Cost $150.00 Ages 16 and up
Limit of 10 students

Send email to kaalafarm@gmail.com for application
Please also visit my website about Hawaiian kapa at
www.kapahawaii.com
Mahalo nui
Dalani


ON KAUA'I DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH:
Kumu kapa Sabra Kauka will be involved in some kapa events that you can check out:
Kupuna Kapa Display at the Princeville Library
Kapa Demonstration at the Hyatt for Prince Kuhio Birthday celebrati
on.
If you are on the island of Kaua'i please support the great work Sabra has been doing there!

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Comment by Aukai on July 27, 2008 at 10:15pm
Aloha no! Kapa exhibit 9/2/08 at the Mission Houses (Kaka'ako) -
http://www.missionhouses.org/Public%20Programs%20Home%20Page.htm
Comment by Leiali'i on July 19, 2008 at 10:23pm
Aloha mai,

My daughter brought home a piece of kapa artwork that she made during her Ho'olauna Wai'anae program this past week. Mahalo nui for teaching the children this art......it is greatly appreciated. Keep doing what you do :)
Comment by Lehualani on May 11, 2008 at 11:33am
Dalani~
Mahalo for the awesome kapa experience this weekend! Thanks for making the long drive out to our side of the moku.
Comment by Uncle Wes on March 27, 2008 at 8:17pm
http://www.maoliworld.com/photo/album/show?id=2011971:Album:28138
mahalo nui loa me kou hoike ana mai me kealoha pumehana
Comment by Kaeleigh on March 21, 2008 at 8:23pm
hello there Aunty Dalani
 

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