PST - Spouting Waters (Session #3)

October 15, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Windward Campus, Hale ‛Ākoakoa 107 & 109

Hawaiian myths and legends are poetic visions encoded with environmental and cultural information that is meant to bring about the thriving growth of an island nation, and such growth depends on the availability of fresh water. The Hydrologic Cycle is assessed through the Hawaiian poem asking where to find water, Ka Wai Ola A Kane, in order to better understand the source and flow of fresh water in our island environment.

Instructor: Ian Masterson

Course Code: P10PD349

Course Fee: $50

Date: Tuesday, October 15

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

Meetings: 1

Event Sponsor
Career and Community Education, Windward Campus

More Information
Career and Community Education, 808-235-7433,

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