december, 2019

14dec9:00 amKukuipuka Heiau Cleanupcommunity gatheringGecko Guide:Alternative Health & Wellness,Culturally Significant,Eco-Friendly & Sustainable,Non-Profit,Preservation & Conservation

Event Details

Saturday, December 14th at 9am

There will be a clean-up at Kukuipuka tomorrow, Saturday, December 14 starting at 9:00 am. We look forward to seeing there.

What to bring?

Drinking water
Gardening gloves & tools
Rain gear (depending the weather)

What do we do?

Weed Wacking
Tree trimming
And have fun!

Mahalo Mahalo Mahalo

Mahalo to all that came out to support and play together while making Lei last weekend. What a wonderful time being in the magic of Aloha at Kukuipuka.
The abundance of color!!!
The creativity and diversity of the lei was stunning!
The donations from the Lei Day Gathering have bought flower trees that we will be planting at Kukuipuka at this clean up! May the keiki, children, of our children make lei with flowers right from Kukuipuka! If you can, please bring a shovel to clean up. If anyone has a small chain saw and would be open to some light tree work,
we would be so honored.
Let us remember to always dream big.

PLEASE check you email in the morning on Saturday for any changes in plans.
Driving Directions Kukuipuka (same as Waihee Ridge Trail):
Go 4.4 miles to Mendes Ranch – 3530 Kahekili Hwy, turn left on road directly across from Mendes Ranch that goes to Camp Maluhia & Waihe’e Ridge Trail. Follow this road past turn off for Camp Maluhia to end of road. Turn right and park in paved lot for Waihe’e Ridge Trail. Walk back up to turn stile next to the drive in gate. Walk makai (towards the ocean) toward heiau. When you get to the end of the dirt road, walk down the hill and across to the gate to the heiau.


(Saturday) 9:00 am