PST - Touring Hawaiian Ahupua'a (Session #1)

October 8, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Windward Campus, Hale ‛Ākoakoa 107 & 109

An introdution to the Hawaiian ahupua'a as a natural watershed and a socio-economic unit is given with emphasis on how our islands make us who we are. Discussion topics include protocol, cultural sensitivity, and appropriate behavior in sacred places and with special people, as well as the importance of Hawaiian worldview in defining sacred spaces and places, as well as in describing the landscape of our island home.

Instructor: Ian Masterson

Course Code: P10PD347

Course Fee:$50

Date: Tuesday, October 8

Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Meetings: 1

Event Sponsor
Career and Community Education, Windward Campus

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Career and Community Education, 808-235-7433,

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