Hawaii Storytellers: Where I Live - Windward Oahu

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Hawaii Storytellers: Where I Live - Windward Oahu

Civil Beat is excited to bring you another place-based Hawaii Storytellers.

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When and where

Date and time

Friday, June 2 · 6 - 8:30pm HST


Paliku Theatre 45-720 Keaahala Road Kaneohe, HI 96744

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About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
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This Windward Oahu storytelling event will feature community members from Koolaupoko and take place at Palikū Theater on the campus of Windward Community College.

The doors will open at 6 p.m. and the storytellers will begin at 7 p.m. Come when doors open to enjoy interactive activities, food and music.

Featured Storytellers:

Kuʻulani Keohokalole (Miyashiro) - Founder of People Strategies Hawaii

Mahealani Cypher - Cultural Consultant, board member of Koʻolau Foundation

Taurie Kinoshita - Director, playwright and teacher at Windward Community College

Keliʻi Kotubetey - Assistant Executive Director at Paepae o He`eia

Keliko Hoe - Owner of Waiahole Poi Factory

More to be announced soon.

Check out this highlight reel from previous Hawaii Storytellers.

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