Families, friends and neighbors safely gathered outdoors for this free concert featuring the award-winning music of popular Hawaiian musical artists Ben Kama and Vaihi.
For nine days the hunt was on as scavenger hunters roamed the Our Kaka‘ako neighborhood in search of some of the art, history, culture and green spaces.
Our Kaka’ako was excited to hold a fun and educational community art project featuring the manuokū bird on May 29 and 30!
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Kaka‘ako Blue Tiger
A blue tiger stalks the wall amid lush jungle foliage under the starry night sky and full moon near the corner of Cooke and Pohukaina Streets.
Among the larger art installations in Our Kaka‘ako, Tapestry stretches 48 ft. x 24 ft. along the wall of The Barn at SALT at Our Kaka‘ako.
The stately green sea turtle (honu) often appears in Hawaiian mo‘olelo (stories) and is looked upon by some families as their ‘aumākua or ancestral guardian spirit.
Keauhou Lane Green Space
As you stroll amid the shops and restaurants of Keauhou Lane, enjoy the cool breeze as it gently rustles the lush native plants and trees, like ti and hala among others, that populate the walkway.