After a little hiatus, we’re safely and contentedly back to what we prefer to be doing: immersing ourselves and our youth back into and onto the land. Our latest course, Mōʻike, (dream manifestation/building) was a great way to begin and ease into the New Year and it was clearly needed, as we filled up our course capacity almost immediately. New faces are always special to welcome, as are the returning ‘veterans' to our sphere, and we were warmed to find that half of our cour
Next week Monday, January 18, 2021 we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. holiday which also serves as National Day of Service. This federal holiday is referred to as “a day on, not a day off”. Americans are encouraged to give back and to be of service to their communities. We all have something to share and when we work together we can make a positive impact and inspire others to do the same. We encourage you to become an advocate for your community. "Everybody can be great..
Hauʻoli Makahiki Hou to you and your ʻohana. We have officially reached a new year and 2020 is behind us. Cultures across the world celebrate this time of the year with their own traditions and practices. Hawaiian tradition follows the lunar calendar and therefore; the new year has already passed but we are still currently in the season of Makahiki. Ancient Hawaiians demarcated Makahiki or the “New Year” by the celestial observation of Makaliʻi, the Pleiades constellation. Ge