“Noenoe Ua Kea is the name of our native fine misty rain that moistens the skin and makes supple the fallen lauhala. It floats in on the Mālualua breeze and clings to Puʻu o Kaʻuiki regenerating the waters of Kapueokahi. As wahine of this land we acknowledge and emulate these qualities of regeneration, grace, beauty and perseverance,” Kau’i Kanaka’ole Executive Director, Ala Kukui Hāna Retreat said.
As unique and special the journey to Hana is, this event is also a one-of-a-kind experience for wahine of all ages and backgrounds. Often times we get lost in the midst of work, life and responsibilities, this is a great event to become grounded again, connect with nature and to enjoy a few sips, bites and share knowledge with likeminded ladies.
“Noenoe Nights is an event series that focuses on different aspects of these qualities, brings multi-generational women together and celebrates the regenerative force that is innate to each of us, just as it is for our Noenoe Ua Kea. Every Noenoe Night encompasses a different theme and has us learning, creating, tasting and always cheering,” Kanakaole adds.
The next Noenoe Nights will be held: March 2nd, 2018, 5-9pm with the theme Bingo Bangle!
Featured that evening will be Artist, Hula Practitioner and Lauhala Weaver Iliahi Anthony.
The evening will also have a rousing game of Bingo with a lauhala twist. Enjoy pupu by local chef Troy Baker and beverages by local bar tender Emiko Helekahi.
$50 ticket includes: Lauhala Bangle Kit, Instruction/Talk Story with Iliahi Anthony, 2 Cocktails, Pupu, Bingo Card.
$30 ticket – Sip ticket: for the wahine who wants to listen and be part of the evening but is not necessarily inclined to make something. She gets everything except the lauhala bangle kit.
Seats are limited, call (808) 248-7841 or visit this link for more information – http://www.alakukui.org/events/noe-noe-nights/
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