HONOLULU, Oahu (HawaiiNewsNow) - For more than 35 years, the Hokulea has sailed the Pacific inspiring generations. This weekend the public is invited to help keep Hokulea sailing.
- Talk story with Hokule'a navigators and crew
- Navigating with the Hawaiian Star Compass with Nainoa Thompson and crew
- Rebirth: Hokule'a for the Next Generation with Bob Perkins, Hokule'a captain and director of Honolulu Community College's Marine Education Training Center, where Hokule'a's historic dry dock is underway
- Photographing Voyaging Canoes with crewmembers and photographers Na'alehu Anthony and Monte Costa
- The Making of the Film Papa Mau: The Wayfinder with filmmaker Na'alehu Anthony of Palik Documentary Films
- Screening of the film Papa Mau: The Wayfinder
- Images of Voyaging photography exhibit, showcasing the works of Na'alehu Anthony, Monte Costa and Sam Low
- Performances by Weldon Kekauoha and Ernie Cruz, Jr.
Location: Kapi'olani Community College, Great Lawn
Time: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Date: Saturday, September 10, 2011
Price: $25 (keiki six and under, free when accompanied by a paying adult)
Click HERE to visit the Polynesian Voyaging Society website and for tickets, or call 808-842-1101.
Click HERE to connect with the Hokulea on Facebook.