Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: Jul a month of stewardship, seismic stories, Hawaiian voices and dance

July 4, 2017 - Hiking Pants

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park continues a tradition of pity Hawaiian enlightenment and After Dark in a Park programs with a open any month via 2017.

In addition, a village is invited to lend a palm to save internal sleet timberland by a park’s Stewardship during a Summit proffer program.

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After Dark, Stewardship and Hawaiian informative programs are free, though opening fees apply. Programs are co-sponsored by Friends of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Hawaii Pacific Parks Association.

Mark a calendar for these arriving events in July:

Stewardship during a Summit

Volunteers are indispensable to assistance mislay invasive, non-native plant class that forestall internal plants from flourishing in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wear stout hiking boots and prolonged pants. Bring a hat, sleet gear, day pack, snacks and water. Gloves and collection are provided. No allege registration is compulsory for groups fewer than 6 people, and there is no cost to participate, though park opening fees apply. Visit a park website for details.

When: 9 a.m. Jul 1, 7, 15, 21 and 29.

Where: Meet plan leaders during Kilauea Visitor Center during 8:45 a.m. on any of a above dates.

37th Annual Hawaiian Cultural Festival BioBlitz

Everyone is invited to rivet in authentic Hawaiian informative practices and learn how Hawaiians live closely to a land as a stewards. Enjoy hula and music, watch learned practitioners denote their art and try your palm during Hawaiian crafts. This year’s festival again will embody a “BioBlitz,” a possibility to join scientists and informative practitioners and learn a biodiversity that thrives in a park.

When: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. (BioBlitz activities) and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. (Cultural Festival) Saturday.

Where: Kilauea Military Camp, about 1 1/2 miles from a park entrance.

What We Can Do Now to Data Recorded Way Back When

Now in a second century of operation, a U.S. Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory has entirely embraced digital information recording and analysis. As technologies evolve, a plea is to request contemporary digital research techniques to ancestral paper seismic records. Join USGS HVO geophysicist Paul Okubo as he describes a stream demeanour into seismograms from HVO’s initial 100 years. Part of Hawaii Volcanoes’ ongoing After Dark in a Park series. Free, though park opening fees apply.

When: 7 p.m. Jul 11.

Where: Kilauea Visitor Center Auditorium.

Lei-Making Demo

Join internal informative practitioner Pua O’Mahoney and learn to make normal Hawaiian decoration with healthy materials that embody leaves, flowers and more. The pleasing and versatile Hawaiian decoration is used for adornments, blessings, rituals, gifts and as an countenance of adore and celebration. Part of Hawaii Volcanoes’ ‘Ike Hana No‘eau (Experience a Skillful Work) workshops. Free, though park opening fees apply.

When: 10 a.m.-noon Jul 12.

Where: Kilauea Visitor Center lanai.

Na Wai Chamber Choir Performs

Revel in song that honors a traditions, dedicated places, mythology and legacies of Hawaii Island. Based in Honolulu, Na Wai Chamber Choir is a veteran women’s outspoken garb that celebrates a works of women, preserves and propagates Native Hawaiian song past and present, and champions innovative repertoire for three-way voices. Jace Kaholokula Saplan leads a choir on their Moku o Keawe tour. Part of Hawaii Volcanoes’ ongoing After Dark in a Park series. Free, though park opening fees apply.

When: 7 p.m. Jul 18.

Where: Kilauea Visitor Center Auditorium.

Halau Na Pua o Uluhaimalama Performance

Halau Na Pua o Uluhaimalama, from Hawaii Island, is a hula dance unit that perpetuates a enlightenment and humanities of hula. They are led by kumu hula Emery Aceret, a tyro of a worshiped kumu hula Ray Fonseca, and they have participated in many important hula competitions. Part of Hawaii Volcanoes’ ongoing Na Leo Manu (Heavenly Voices) presentations. Free, though park opening fees apply.

When: 6:30-8 p.m. Jul 19.

Where: Kilauea Visitor Center Auditorium.

“Vespers during Hanaiakamalama”

“Vespers during Hanaiakamalama” is an extraordinary one-woman uncover about a life of Queen Emma. University of Hawaii during Hilo behaving humanities connoisseur Denyse Woo-Ockerman brings a assembly into Queen Emma’s home as she contemplates her contingent life, abounding in family story and a weight of astonishing tragedy. Married to King Kamehameha IV, Alexander Liholiho, Emma reveals her resilience as they try to build, side by side, a improved life for all Hawaiians during a time of good change in a islands. Part of Hawaii Volcanoes’ ongoing After Dark in a Park series. Free, though park opening fees apply.

When: 7 p.m. Jul 25.

Where: Kilauea Visitor Center Auditorium.

‘Ohe Kapala Demonstration

Learn to emanate designs from normal patterns regulating bamboo stamps (‘ohe kapala). Originally used to adorn wardrobe with mystic meaning, we now use ‘ohe kapala to tell stories on a far-reaching accumulation of complicated materials. Part of Hawaii Volcanoes’ ‘Ike Hana No‘eau (Experience a Skillful Work) workshops. Free.

When: 10 a.m.-noon Jul 26.

Where: Kilauea Visitor Center lanai.

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