Archive for January, 2010|Monthly archive page

117th anniversary of the overthrow

This weekend marks the 117th anniversary of the overthrow of the Hawaiian kingdom. I expect Sovereignty Sunday activities in observation of the sad event at Iolani Palace and neighboring areas, but I have details of only one. If you know of anything else, please leave a comment. Click on the link below for the flyer and information about “Onipaa – Aloha Aina, Malama Aina Art & Poetry Exhibit.” Hawaiian studies professor and activist Haunani-Kay Trask is the scheduled keynote speaker at Saturday’s opening event.

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Posted by Rebekah

Hauoli Makahiki Hou; meeting canceled

The start of the new year came with challenges to the Ka Lahui Hawaii Working Group. Therefore tomorrow’s Jan. 9 regular monthly meeting is canceled. The main agenda was to review the Communications Plan, however, the plan is still being drafted by me, Rebekah, and not quite ready to circulate for comment.

The blizzards in lands east of Hawaii delayed my return to Honolulu by a whole week, and then as soon as I arrived I got sick. I am still not a hundred percent. Our goal date for the current project is the end of January.

Lehua, who convenes our meetings, is very busy with her stuff, so please have patience, check back here, check for KLH email, and we will resume our group work soon! Please contact Lehua with any questions (go to the contact page) or if it’s too long since you’ve heard from anyone. Mahalo, and . . .

Hauoli Makahiki Hou!

Posted by Rebekah