Sunday, April 14th, 2019 | 5pm - 8pm | Anaina Hou Anaina Hou Community Park
This free “talk story” series – designed to bring the community together to honor our past through stories from kupuna and historians, celebrating the rich history and cultural traditions of life in Kilauea and across the North Shore of Kauai. Sunday April 14th with Chipper Wichman at the Porter Pavilion. Come talk story with Chipper Wichman–local boy, conservationist, educator, and President of National Tropical Botanical Gardens as he talks about “Ha’ena: He’aina Momona–the Bountiful Land”. Chipper, an avid and mesmerizing storyteller weaves together the history of Ha’ena, the impacts of last April’s flood and the effects of a modern-day problem: people are loving the place to death. E komo mai as we gather, eat and enjoy the history and stories of our island community. Music at 5pm with Kilauea Social Club followed by presentation and a Q&A session. Support provided by Hawai‘i Tourism through the Community Enrichment Program.