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Thursday, February 26 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Kawela Culture Walk: Mythology of the Hawaiian Landscape FILLING

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Like footprints in the sand, the mana of the Hawaiian deities and ancestors still resonates from the land, so let's tread lightly as we journey along. Let us regard all the ʻaina (land that feeds us) of Hawaiʻi as sacred, for we have the honor of sharing in the mana of those who came before us along the flowing current of space and time. They wrote their stories on the landscape because they wanted the future generations to know, to remember, to celebrate this sacred landscape—so let us join in that celebration and honor this sacred place called Kawela! 

 

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Ian Akahi Masterson

Ian ʻAkahi Masterson, AKA The Surf Professor, is an educator, an ocean recreation specialist, a passionate nature lover, and a Hawaiian cultural practitioner. Hailing from Koʻolaupoko, this Oʻahu surfer has developed college courses in Surf Studies at the University of Hawaii... Read More →


Thursday February 26, 2015 1:00pm - 2:30pm
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