Ka Honua Momona hosts lots of great activities at Aliʻi Fishpond—this August, Uncle Calvin Hoe brought out a group of students from Hakipuʻu Learning Center for a bamboo workshop. Uncle Cal taught everyone an oli, a hula, and how to make bamboo implements, like the nose flutes seen here. There were about 40 participants, and everyone who made a nose flute was able to take it home with them that day. Uncle Cal’s brother, Uncle Herbert (who runs KHMI’s Ai Pono program), made everyone a yummy, healthy lunch from Molokaʻi products.
Nose Flute Workshop at Aliʻi Fishpond
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