CLE ʻOhana Series


Event Details


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The next CLE ʻOhana session is scheduled for 2016 Welehu Mohalu (November 10, 2016).  We welcome Kumu Keʻala Kwan to share with the ʻohana participants more about Hoʻoponopono.

For more info contact us at: kapua@ksbe.edu  or  808.670.2045

The CLE ʻOhana involves key community partnerships—including Institute for Native Pacific Education and Culture (INPEACE), the Wai‘anae Community Re-Development Corporation (WCRC), Hawai‘inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge, and the Kamehameha Schools (KS) Wai‘anae Coast Region Community Learning Center at Mā‘ili (CLC-M).

CLE ʻOHANA SERIES PROGRAM

The main goal of the CLE series is to connect families to learning opportunities through a variety of formats and Hawaiian-focused content. The series aims to encourage educational advocacy amongst participating ‘ohana and advance ‘ike through cultural practices and collective community learning.  The Community Learning Exchange (CLE) ‘Ohana Series is a series of community workshops that help to provide Waiʻanae Coast families with learning opportunities that focus on Hawaiian cultural content. Activities include protocol (mele, pule and oli), huakaʻi or site visits to significant places that relate to the theme, planting and mahina (moon) activities.  All program activities include an opportunity to eat ‘ai pono together, learn from community/cultural practitioners, and reflect how learning impacts their ‘ohana and community.