Apr30Walking Stick Carving @ Mo’oheau BandstandTuesday: 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Wood carving is a trade skill that can be used as a creative outlet and a source of income. This is a free opportunity to learn and develop skills in wood carving.
Uncle Mac, a life long carver, shares his knowledge on carving designs on canes and walking sticks. Participants are instructed in carving safety, design and wood finishing techniques.
The workshop continues weekly through June, and allows new participants to join in and complete their project at a personal pace.
May258th Annual Hilo Inter-Tribal Pow-Wow @ Mo'oheau Park BallfieldSaturday: May 25 – May 27 (all day)
New Location: Mo’oheau Park Ballfield
Free Admission. Everyone Welcome. Bring a chair.
A Drug- and Alcohol-Free Event.
- Native American Music & Dancing
- Native American Food
- Traditional Arts & Crafts
- Children’s Crafts
- Special Performances
- Veterans’ Honored on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27
- The Federation of American Natives and Connections Public Charter School
- MC John Dawson
- Arena Director Dan McDaniel
- Head Man Dancer Mike Allen
- Head Woman Dancer Jeannie Lewis (Navajo)
- Host Drum Wildhorse Singers
With support from
- Hilo Seaside Hotel
- Big Island Tents
- Hawaiian Arts
- Tom Whitney
For more information, HiloPowWow@hawaii.rr.com