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Talk on the Significance of Hakipu'u

Date: Sunday March 05, 2017
Place: Gallery Iolani
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Ian Masterson, Coordinator of the Hawaiian Ocean Education Academy and WCC Anthropology Instructor, will discuss the significance of Hakipu'u as the birthplace of the voyaging canoe Hokule'a

Ian Masterson, Coordinator of the Hawaiian Ocean Education Academy and WCC Anthropology Instructor, will discuss the significance of Hakipu'u as the birthplace of the voyaging canoe Hokule'a. Hakipu'u is where the stars led voyagers coming up from the south, served as a resting place after their long voyage to O'ahu from distant lands, and served as place where they could back sight their homeland while continuing to watch all the stars rise from the sea of Kai Ko'olau.