Time & Location
May 25, 12:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Captain Cook, 83-5321 Middle Keei Rd, Captain Cook, HI 96704, USA
About the event
Honaunau Community Ku'i is building capacity for kalo traditions in South Kona. By offering both kama'aina (local) and malihini (visitor) a weekly space to access cooked kalo, papa ku'i'ai, pohaku ku'i'ai and all the necessary tools for you to clean cooked kalo and prepare using the ancient practices, fresh hand pounded pa'i'ai and poi. You take home what you make. This is a great workshop for beginers and is a must for learning about the Hawaiian food staple poi.
Community Ku'i is a workshop that requires sign up by Wednesday 5pm for Thursday workshop. This gives the host ample time to defrost or harvest kalo, prepare space and assign equipment.
Cost for Community Ku'i for visitors is $75 per person and includes 3 pounds of kalo. Additional kalo is available for $10 per pound.
Kama'aina should reach out to Kamomi directly to reserve space and kalo.
Community Kui Visitor Workshop$75.00+$1.88 service fee