Hawaiian Cultural Knowledge

Founded in the summer of 1990, the Edith Kanaka‘ole Foundation (EKF) is a cultural-based organization established by the offspring of the late Luka and Edith Kanaka‘ole. Founded on the vibrant traditions and rich cultural heritage of the Kanaka‘ole family, it is the Foundation’s mission to heighten indigenous Hawaiian cultural awareness, knowledge and participation through its educational programs and scholarships. EKF focuses on maintaining and perpetuating the teachings, beliefs, practices, philosophies and traditions of Edith and Luka Kanaka‘ole. More about EKF »

La Ohana Holoholo (1)

Lā ʻOhana Holoholo

Haleolono Fishpond

Saturday, May 26, 2018

7:30 am – 2:00 pm

The Edith Kanakaʻole Foundation would like to invite your ʻohana to Lā ʻOhana Holoholo at Haleolono fishpond. It will be a fun filled day to partake in activities such as learning about fish anatomy, basic knots and bamboo pole fishing, or just come to holoholo and spend priceless time with your loved ones. This is an ʻohana based event and space IS LIMITED. You must register to secure a spot in this event. Please register with kiaʻi Maury Gutteling at maury@edithkanakaolefoundation.org.