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Meditation in Forest

mōʻike: camp dreamweaver

January 14-16

overnight camp

Age 11-15
Huʻehuʻe Ranch



Mōʻike: Camp Dreamweaver is an overnight youth program in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. The camp theme is “mōʻike” or dream manifestation. In this time of restrictions and confinement, being able to dream outside of our daily routine, and being able to do this in the great outdoors is ever more vital. We want our youth to be inspired to dream of a thriving future and empower them to know they can achieve it. 

We will be exploring with tools and roadmaps to navigate towards what their dream might look like, and we will work on crafting and cultivating them together. This will be done through a series of dream boarding workshops, hands-on art activities, writing exercises and discussions. In light of the National Day of Service, the final day of camp will be dedicated to giving back through mālama ʻāina stewardship.


We will spend most of our time outdoors, engaging in gardening activities, cooking together and nature inspired art projects.

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Day 1

Hoʻomaka (initiate)

8 AM drop off


A day  dedicated to orientation and initiation. Participants will get a chance to explore Huʻehuʻe Ranch and  engage in activities that help reflect on the past.

Day 2

Mahi (cultivate)


A full day to discover & cultivate the self

Activities include:

- dream circle

- dream catcher making

- identifying your hero

- values workshop

- power of choice

- movie night

Day 3

Kuhi (imagine)


4PM pick up


Service work in the garden followed by a dream board making workshop. A day to imagine the future and make plans on how to get there.

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Limited scholarship available

We believe that every child who desires a place at camp should have the opportunity to attend - regardless of a family's financial situation. With the help of generous donors we are very grateful to be able to provide a limited number of need-based scholarships for the upcoming "Mōʻike: Camp Dreamweaver" program.

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