Thursdays & Fridays, 9:30am Kii pohaku (petroglyphs, literally “rock pictures”) may be the closest thing to a written language that Hawaiians used, and some are thought to be astronomical symbols, road signs or markers of historic events. Join expert Kalei’ula Kaneau for a moderate 1-hour walk back through Hawaii’s fascinating history, and see for yourself. […]

Pu`uhonua O Hōnaunau 57th Annual Cultural Festival

The parks Annual Cultural Festival will be held on the weekend of June 23rd and June 24th to celebrate the 57th anniversary of the establishment of the park. This two day event is free to all (entrance fee waived). There will be dozens of craft demonstrations throughout the two day festival.  Spend a fun filled […]

Hula Voices – Once A Month Talk Story

Hula Voices at Volcano Art Center Gallery in Hawaii‘i Volcanoes National Park occurs on the first Thursday of the month from 7-8pm. These free, educational offering presents an engaging, intimate “talk story” session with Hawai‘i Island’s kumu hula who eat, sleep and live lives centered on the practice of hula and its associated arts. Join […]