This year’s theme is Moku ‘o Keawe
Enjoy arts and crafts, music, culture and language
Guest presenter: Ku Kahakalau, Ph.D
$80/adults and $60/children (ages 5-10) for 3 days. Includes lodging, meals, materials for all workshops and a camp shirt.
$45/adults and $30/children (ages 5-10) for just Saturday (8/8). Day rate includes three meals, materials for all workshops (shirt available only if pre-registered).
Deadline to register is July 31st
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