Everyone is welcome at our Lā Hana- Community Workdays!

“He keiki aloha na mea kanu”  Beloved children are the plants                   
Olelo No‘eau, Mary Kawena Pukui

Community members of all ages are invited to our monthly lā hana to help with age appropriate restoration activities at Loko Ea. The day begins with cultural protocol (oli and pule) and Hawaiian values (laulima, aloha, mālama ʻāina, and lōkahi) are instilled and practiced throughout the day. Volunteers will learn about the history of Waialua and Loko Ea Fishpond and participate in meaningful work projects to help restore our 400 year old loko iʻa.

You’ll make new friends while seeing the results of your work with the ‘aina that very day. Our Lā Hana are once a month, on the 3rd saturday of each month, though you should check our upcoming list of community work days to confirm. We start at 8:00am and conclude with lunch (provided by us)!

Space is limited and RSVP required!

Please click here  to see this month’s upcoming date, RSVP, and learn more information!