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Jan
15

CLC-Ma’ili Adult Computer Classes
CLC-Ma’ili Adult Computer Classes
Monday, January 15, 2018 at 8:00 am

WHY PARTICIPATE?
Learn computer skills to increase comfort level with technology and gain access to educational resources.

WHO IS IT FOR?
Adults with little to no computer experience.

WHEN IS IT?
Classes are twice a week, 2 hours a day. Eight classes per monthly topic.

COST: FREE

REGISTRATION REQUIRED - e-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Jan
17

CLC-Ma’ili Adult Computer Classes
CLC-Ma’ili Adult Computer Classes
Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 8:00 am

WHY PARTICIPATE?
Learn computer skills to increase comfort level with technology and gain access to educational resources.

WHO IS IT FOR?
Adults with little to no computer experience.

WHEN IS IT?
Classes are twice a week, 2 hours a day. Eight classes per monthly topic.

COST: FREE

REGISTRATION REQUIRED - e-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Jan
17

Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 4:00 pm
The Flats at Puʻunui - 440 Keawe Street

If variety is the spice of life then be prepared to spice things up at the Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market. Starting Jan. 10, Our Kakaʻako will be hosting a farmer’s market every Wednesday from 4-7pm in the courtyard at the Flats at Puʻunui, located on KS land. Peruse locally grown produce at the peak of freshness, arts and crafts from local vendors, freshly prepared food and much more.

The farmer’s market will provide a wide variety of food, produce, and artisanal goods for patrons, while also cutting down on fossil fuels and the resources required for shipping. It is the perfect gathering place to support local entrepreneurs and discover new recipes and ideas.

The Flats at Puʻunui is located at 440 Keawe Street. Parking garage entrance is located on Pohukaina Street. For more information, visit OurKakaako.com. Vendor inquiries contact Sonny Duong at 808-255-4022.


Jan
18

CLC-Ma’ili Community Learning Exchange ‘Ohana Series
CLC-Ma’ili Community Learning Exchange ‘Ohana Series
Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 12:00 am

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Connect to the Hawaiian Culture, your ‘ohana, educational resources, and the community.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana interested in learning and growing together.

WHEN IS IT?

Two series a year, fall and spring. A series is made up of 6-7 sessions usually held on Thursday evenings with some Saturday huaka‘i (excursions).

COST: FREE

Dinner and keiki activities provided

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Jan
22

CLC-Ma’ili Adult Computer Classes
CLC-Ma’ili Adult Computer Classes
Monday, January 22, 2018 at 8:00 am

WHY PARTICIPATE?
Learn computer skills to increase comfort level with technology and gain access to educational resources.

WHO IS IT FOR?
Adults with little to no computer experience.

WHEN IS IT?
Classes are twice a week, 2 hours a day. Eight classes per monthly topic.

COST: FREE

REGISTRATION REQUIRED - e-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Jan
22

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, January 22, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Jan
24

CLC-Ma’ili Adult Computer Classes
CLC-Ma’ili Adult Computer Classes
Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 8:00 am

WHY PARTICIPATE?
Learn computer skills to increase comfort level with technology and gain access to educational resources.

WHO IS IT FOR?
Adults with little to no computer experience.

WHEN IS IT?
Classes are twice a week, 2 hours a day. Eight classes per monthly topic.

COST: FREE

REGISTRATION REQUIRED - e-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Jan
24

Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 4:00 pm
The Flats at Puʻunui - 440 Keawe Street

If variety is the spice of life then be prepared to spice things up at the Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market. Starting Jan. 10, Our Kakaʻako will be hosting a farmer’s market every Wednesday from 4-7pm in the courtyard at the Flats at Puʻunui, located on KS land. Peruse locally grown produce at the peak of freshness, arts and crafts from local vendors, freshly prepared food and much more.

The farmer’s market will provide a wide variety of food, produce, and artisanal goods for patrons, while also cutting down on fossil fuels and the resources required for shipping. It is the perfect gathering place to support local entrepreneurs and discover new recipes and ideas.

The Flats at Puʻunui is located at 440 Keawe Street. Parking garage entrance is located on Pohukaina Street. For more information, visit OurKakaako.com. Vendor inquiries contact Sonny Duong at 808-255-4022.


Jan
29

CLC-Ma’ili Adult Computer Classes
CLC-Ma’ili Adult Computer Classes
Monday, January 29, 2018 at 8:00 am

WHY PARTICIPATE?
Learn computer skills to increase comfort level with technology and gain access to educational resources.

WHO IS IT FOR?
Adults with little to no computer experience.

WHEN IS IT?
Classes are twice a week, 2 hours a day. Eight classes per monthly topic.

COST: FREE

REGISTRATION REQUIRED - e-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Jan
29

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, January 29, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Jan
31

CLC-Ma’ili Adult Computer Classes
CLC-Ma’ili Adult Computer Classes
Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 8:00 am

WHY PARTICIPATE?
Learn computer skills to increase comfort level with technology and gain access to educational resources.

WHO IS IT FOR?
Adults with little to no computer experience.

WHEN IS IT?
Classes are twice a week, 2 hours a day. Eight classes per monthly topic.

COST: FREE

REGISTRATION REQUIRED - e-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Jan
31

How Neuroscience Can Help to Improve Teaching and Learning
How Neuroscience Can Help to Improve Teaching and Learning
Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 12:30 pm
KS Kapālama, Elementary School Band Room

Join Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa Ph.D. for a special presentation entitled "How Neuroscience Can Help to Improve Teaching and Learning". 

Dr. Tokuhama-Espinosa is a Professor of Education and Neuropsychology and is currently an educational researcher affiliated with the Latin American Social Science Research Faculty (FLACSO) in Quito and teaches a course at the Harvard University Extension School entitled ”The Neuroscience of Learning: An Introduction to Mind, Brain, Health and Education Science”.

Her current research focuses on the integration of Mind, Brain, and Education science into teachers’ daily practice and professional development; changes in curriculum to enhance early math and pre-literacy skills; bilingualism and multilingualism and the leveraging of technology to enhance learning outcomes.

This presentation is intended for Kamehameha Schools Curriculum Coordinators, counselors, administrative team members and others who are interested in this research. Parking is available in the lower lot by Kekelaokalani.

This is a part of a series of workshops presented by our Hoʻolaukoa Educational Systems and Strategies department.


Jan
31

Changes that have impacted 21st Century Teaching and Learning
Changes that have impacted 21st Century Teaching and Learning
Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 3:15 pm
KS Kapālama, Kalama Middle School Dining Hall

Join Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa Ph.D. for a special presentation entitled "Changes that have impacted 21st Century Teaching and Learning". 

Dr. Tokuhama-Espinosa is a Professor of Education and Neuropsychology and is currently an educational researcher affiliated with the Latin American Social Science Research Faculty (FLACSO) in Quito and teaches a course at the Harvard University Extension School entitled ”The Neuroscience of Learning: An Introduction to Mind, Brain, Health and Education Science”.

Her current research focuses on the integration of Mind, Brain, and Education science into teachers’ daily practice and professional development; changes in curriculum to enhance early math and pre-literacy skills; bilingualism and multilingualism and the leveraging of technology to enhance learning outcomes.

This presentation is intended for interested Kamehameha Schools faculty and staff.

This is a part of a series of workshops presented by our Hoʻolaukoa Educational Systems and Strategies department.


Jan
31

Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 4:00 pm
The Flats at Puʻunui - 440 Keawe Street

If variety is the spice of life then be prepared to spice things up at the Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market. Starting Jan. 10, Our Kakaʻako will be hosting a farmer’s market every Wednesday from 4-7pm in the courtyard at the Flats at Puʻunui, located on KS land. Peruse locally grown produce at the peak of freshness, arts and crafts from local vendors, freshly prepared food and much more.

The farmer’s market will provide a wide variety of food, produce, and artisanal goods for patrons, while also cutting down on fossil fuels and the resources required for shipping. It is the perfect gathering place to support local entrepreneurs and discover new recipes and ideas.

The Flats at Puʻunui is located at 440 Keawe Street. Parking garage entrance is located on Pohukaina Street. For more information, visit OurKakaako.com. Vendor inquiries contact Sonny Duong at 808-255-4022.


Jan
31

CLC-Ma’ili Hawai’i Positive Engagement Project - Mā‘ili Parent Group
CLC-Ma’ili Hawai’i Positive Engagement Project - Mā‘ili Parent Group
Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Hawai'i Positive Engagement Project presents an amazing opportunity to join our Mā'ili Parent Group created especially for parents and caregivers of keiki ages 3-5 but parents with keiki of all ages are welcome. Think "circle time for parents" where you will build community, learn, and share with others who are passionate about parenting and learning. During this 6-week group, you will attend one-hour in-person sessions and learn about school readiness skills of Communication, Cooperation, Setting Limits, Solving Problems, Friendship, and Building Confidence.

FREE
6 sessions, Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Refreshments, materials, and child care provided

Click here to sign-up


Feb
1

How Neuroscience Can Help to Improve Teaching and Learning
How Neuroscience Can Help to Improve Teaching and Learning
Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 12:00 am
KS Maui, exact location t.b.d.

Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa Ph.D. will present "How Neuroscience Can Help to Improve Teaching and Learning" to interested KS Maui K-12 teachers and staff on February 1, 2018.

There are two different opportunities to attend this presentation:

  • 12:45 - 2:00 p.m.
  • 2:45 - 3:45 p.m.

Dr. Tokuhama-Espinosa is a Professor of Education and Neuropsychology and is currently an educational researcher affiliated with the Latin American Social Science Research Faculty (FLACSO) in Quito and teaches a course at the Harvard University Extension School entitled ”The Neuroscience of Learning: An Introduction to Mind, Brain, Health and Education Science”.

Her current research focuses on the integration of Mind, Brain, and Education science into teachers’ daily practice and professional development; changes in curriculum to enhance early math and pre-literacy skills; bilingualism and multilingualism and the leveraging of technology to enhance learning outcomes.

This is a part of a series of workshops presented by our Hoʻolaukoa Educational Systems and Strategies department.


Feb
2

What Everyone Should Know About His or Her Own Brain
What Everyone Should Know About His or Her Own Brain
Friday, February 2, 2018 at 9:00 am
Kawaiahaʻo Plaza, Kaiona Conference Room

Author, educator and researcher Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa Ph.D. will present "What Everyone Should Know About His or Her Own Brain" at Kawaiahaʻo Plaza on February 2, 2018.

Watch her invitation to the presentation

Dr. Tokuhama-Espinosa is a Professor of Education and Neuropsychology and is currently an educational researcher affiliated with the Latin American Social Science Research Faculty (FLACSO) in Quito and teaches a course at the Harvard University Extension School entitled ”The Neuroscience of Learning: An Introduction to Mind, Brain, Health and Education Science”.

In her presentation Tracey will share ten really important things that can help us maximize our ability to learn. We learn throughout our lifespan and would benefit from understanding how we learn best to our fullest potential. She is eager to know what your questions and thoughts are about this topic. Feel free to email her (tracey.tokuhama@gmail.com) with your ideas before or after the presentation. Letʻs grow our brains and learn together.

Please help us prepare by RSVPing to http://bit.ly/HowPeopleLearnKP. Please request supervisor approval prior to RSVPing.

This is a part of a series of workshops presented by our Hoʻolaukoa Educational Systems and Strategies department and the presentation at KP is hosted by the Strategy and Innovation division.


Feb
2

Neuromyths in Education Debunked!
Neuromyths in Education Debunked!
Friday, February 2, 2018 at 4:30 pm
KS Hawaiʻi, CRBLC Conference Room

Kamehameha Schoolsʻ Hoʻolaukoa Educational Systems and Strategies presents "Neuromyths in Education DEBUNKED!" with Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa, Ph.D.

Neuromyths - flawed beliefs about learning and teaching- have the capacity to adversely affect classroom practice.

Join world-renowned specialist, Dr. Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa, for this brain-expanding presentation that debunks widely circulated myths and untangles scientific fact from pedagogical fiction. Learn how to avoid misconceptions and instead apply evidence-based practices from mind, brain, and education science.

Hosted by Hālau Kupukupu. RSVP by January 10.

Please note that this PD opportunity is optional & unpaid. For more information, contact us at 808-982-0033 or halaukupukupu@ksbe.edu.


Feb
5

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, February 5, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Feb
7

Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 4:00 pm
The Flats at Puʻunui - 440 Keawe Street

If variety is the spice of life then be prepared to spice things up at the Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market. Starting Jan. 10, Our Kakaʻako will be hosting a farmer’s market every Wednesday from 4-7pm in the courtyard at the Flats at Puʻunui, located on KS land. Peruse locally grown produce at the peak of freshness, arts and crafts from local vendors, freshly prepared food and much more.

The farmer’s market will provide a wide variety of food, produce, and artisanal goods for patrons, while also cutting down on fossil fuels and the resources required for shipping. It is the perfect gathering place to support local entrepreneurs and discover new recipes and ideas.

The Flats at Puʻunui is located at 440 Keawe Street. Parking garage entrance is located on Pohukaina Street. For more information, visit OurKakaako.com. Vendor inquiries contact Sonny Duong at 808-255-4022.


Feb
7

CLC-Ma’ili Ku’i Kalo Workshop for ‘Ohana
CLC-Ma’ili Ku’i Kalo Workshop for ‘Ohana
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 5:00 pm

In partnership with Keiki O Ka 'Aina, the Community Learning Center at Ma'ili offers monthly ku'i kalo nights for 'ohana. Come pound some fresh kalo! Bring your board and stone (if you have), two plastic containers, a healthy snack and payment for kalo ($3.00 per pound). To be added to the registration list, please contact Desiree Adams (des@koka.org) and request to be added to the Ma'ili Poi Pounding e-mail for future sessions.


Feb
7

CLC-Ma’ili Hawai’i Positive Engagement Project - Mā‘ili Parent Group
CLC-Ma’ili Hawai’i Positive Engagement Project - Mā‘ili Parent Group
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Hawai'i Positive Engagement Project presents an amazing opportunity to join our Mā'ili Parent Group created especially for parents and caregivers of keiki ages 3-5 but parents with keiki of all ages are welcome. Think "circle time for parents" where you will build community, learn, and share with others who are passionate about parenting and learning. During this 6-week group, you will attend one-hour in-person sessions and learn about school readiness skills of Communication, Cooperation, Setting Limits, Solving Problems, Friendship, and Building Confidence.

FREE
6 sessions, Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Refreshments, materials, and child care provided

Click here to sign-up


Feb
8

CLC-Ma’ili Community Learning Exchange ‘Ohana Series
CLC-Ma’ili Community Learning Exchange ‘Ohana Series
Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 12:00 am

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Connect to the Hawaiian Culture, your ‘ohana, educational resources, and the community.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana interested in learning and growing together.

WHEN IS IT?

Two series a year, fall and spring. A series is made up of 6-7 sessions usually held on Thursday evenings with some Saturday huaka‘i (excursions).

COST: FREE

Dinner and keiki activities provided

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Feb
12

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, February 12, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Feb
14

Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 4:00 pm
The Flats at Puʻunui - 440 Keawe Street

If variety is the spice of life then be prepared to spice things up at the Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market. Starting Jan. 10, Our Kakaʻako will be hosting a farmer’s market every Wednesday from 4-7pm in the courtyard at the Flats at Puʻunui, located on KS land. Peruse locally grown produce at the peak of freshness, arts and crafts from local vendors, freshly prepared food and much more.

The farmer’s market will provide a wide variety of food, produce, and artisanal goods for patrons, while also cutting down on fossil fuels and the resources required for shipping. It is the perfect gathering place to support local entrepreneurs and discover new recipes and ideas.

The Flats at Puʻunui is located at 440 Keawe Street. Parking garage entrance is located on Pohukaina Street. For more information, visit OurKakaako.com. Vendor inquiries contact Sonny Duong at 808-255-4022.


Feb
19

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, February 19, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Feb
21

Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 4:00 pm
The Flats at Puʻunui - 440 Keawe Street

If variety is the spice of life then be prepared to spice things up at the Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market. Starting Jan. 10, Our Kakaʻako will be hosting a farmer’s market every Wednesday from 4-7pm in the courtyard at the Flats at Puʻunui, located on KS land. Peruse locally grown produce at the peak of freshness, arts and crafts from local vendors, freshly prepared food and much more.

The farmer’s market will provide a wide variety of food, produce, and artisanal goods for patrons, while also cutting down on fossil fuels and the resources required for shipping. It is the perfect gathering place to support local entrepreneurs and discover new recipes and ideas.

The Flats at Puʻunui is located at 440 Keawe Street. Parking garage entrance is located on Pohukaina Street. For more information, visit OurKakaako.com. Vendor inquiries contact Sonny Duong at 808-255-4022.


Feb
21

CLC-Ma’ili Hawai’i Positive Engagement Project - Mā‘ili Parent Group
CLC-Ma’ili Hawai’i Positive Engagement Project - Mā‘ili Parent Group
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Hawai'i Positive Engagement Project presents an amazing opportunity to join our Mā'ili Parent Group created especially for parents and caregivers of keiki ages 3-5 but parents with keiki of all ages are welcome. Think "circle time for parents" where you will build community, learn, and share with others who are passionate about parenting and learning. During this 6-week group, you will attend one-hour in-person sessions and learn about school readiness skills of Communication, Cooperation, Setting Limits, Solving Problems, Friendship, and Building Confidence.

FREE
6 sessions, Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Refreshments, materials, and child care provided

Click here to sign-up


Feb
26

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, February 26, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Feb
28

Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 4:00 pm
The Flats at Puʻunui - 440 Keawe Street

If variety is the spice of life then be prepared to spice things up at the Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market. Starting Jan. 10, Our Kakaʻako will be hosting a farmer’s market every Wednesday from 4-7pm in the courtyard at the Flats at Puʻunui, located on KS land. Peruse locally grown produce at the peak of freshness, arts and crafts from local vendors, freshly prepared food and much more.

The farmer’s market will provide a wide variety of food, produce, and artisanal goods for patrons, while also cutting down on fossil fuels and the resources required for shipping. It is the perfect gathering place to support local entrepreneurs and discover new recipes and ideas.

The Flats at Puʻunui is located at 440 Keawe Street. Parking garage entrance is located on Pohukaina Street. For more information, visit OurKakaako.com. Vendor inquiries contact Sonny Duong at 808-255-4022.


Feb
28

CLC-Ma’ili Hawai’i Positive Engagement Project - Mā‘ili Parent Group
CLC-Ma’ili Hawai’i Positive Engagement Project - Mā‘ili Parent Group
Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Hawai'i Positive Engagement Project presents an amazing opportunity to join our Mā'ili Parent Group created especially for parents and caregivers of keiki ages 3-5 but parents with keiki of all ages are welcome. Think "circle time for parents" where you will build community, learn, and share with others who are passionate about parenting and learning. During this 6-week group, you will attend one-hour in-person sessions and learn about school readiness skills of Communication, Cooperation, Setting Limits, Solving Problems, Friendship, and Building Confidence.

FREE
6 sessions, Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Refreshments, materials, and child care provided

Click here to sign-up


Mar
1

CLC-Ma’ili Community Learning Exchange ‘Ohana Series
CLC-Ma’ili Community Learning Exchange ‘Ohana Series
Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 12:00 am

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Connect to the Hawaiian Culture, your ‘ohana, educational resources, and the community.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana interested in learning and growing together.

WHEN IS IT?

Two series a year, fall and spring. A series is made up of 6-7 sessions usually held on Thursday evenings with some Saturday huaka‘i (excursions).

COST: FREE

Dinner and keiki activities provided

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Mar
5

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, March 5, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Mar
7

Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 4:00 pm
The Flats at Puʻunui - 440 Keawe Street

If variety is the spice of life then be prepared to spice things up at the Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market. Starting Jan. 10, Our Kakaʻako will be hosting a farmer’s market every Wednesday from 4-7pm in the courtyard at the Flats at Puʻunui, located on KS land. Peruse locally grown produce at the peak of freshness, arts and crafts from local vendors, freshly prepared food and much more.

The farmer’s market will provide a wide variety of food, produce, and artisanal goods for patrons, while also cutting down on fossil fuels and the resources required for shipping. It is the perfect gathering place to support local entrepreneurs and discover new recipes and ideas.

The Flats at Puʻunui is located at 440 Keawe Street. Parking garage entrance is located on Pohukaina Street. For more information, visit OurKakaako.com. Vendor inquiries contact Sonny Duong at 808-255-4022.


Mar
7

CLC-Ma’ili Ku’i Kalo Workshop for ‘Ohana
CLC-Ma’ili Ku’i Kalo Workshop for ‘Ohana
Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 5:00 pm

In partnership with Keiki O Ka 'Aina, the Community Learning Center at Ma'ili offers monthly ku'i kalo nights for 'ohana. Come pound some fresh kalo! Bring your board and stone (if you have), two plastic containers, a healthy snack and payment for kalo ($3.00 per pound). To be added to the registration list, please contact Desiree Adams (des@koka.org) and request to be added to the Ma'ili Poi Pounding e-mail for future sessions.


Mar
7

CLC-Ma’ili Hawai’i Positive Engagement Project - Mā‘ili Parent Group
CLC-Ma’ili Hawai’i Positive Engagement Project - Mā‘ili Parent Group
Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Hawai'i Positive Engagement Project presents an amazing opportunity to join our Mā'ili Parent Group created especially for parents and caregivers of keiki ages 3-5 but parents with keiki of all ages are welcome. Think "circle time for parents" where you will build community, learn, and share with others who are passionate about parenting and learning. During this 6-week group, you will attend one-hour in-person sessions and learn about school readiness skills of Communication, Cooperation, Setting Limits, Solving Problems, Friendship, and Building Confidence.

FREE
6 sessions, Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Refreshments, materials, and child care provided

Click here to sign-up


Mar
10

CLC-Ma’ili Community Learning Exchange ‘Ohana Series
CLC-Ma’ili Community Learning Exchange ‘Ohana Series
Saturday, March 10, 2018 at 12:00 am

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Connect to the Hawaiian Culture, your ‘ohana, educational resources, and the community.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana interested in learning and growing together.

WHEN IS IT?

Two series a year, fall and spring. A series is made up of 6-7 sessions usually held on Thursday evenings with some Saturday huaka‘i (excursions).

COST: FREE

Dinner and keiki activities provided

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Mar
12

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, March 12, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Mar
14

Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 4:00 pm
The Flats at Puʻunui - 440 Keawe Street

If variety is the spice of life then be prepared to spice things up at the Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market. Starting Jan. 10, Our Kakaʻako will be hosting a farmer’s market every Wednesday from 4-7pm in the courtyard at the Flats at Puʻunui, located on KS land. Peruse locally grown produce at the peak of freshness, arts and crafts from local vendors, freshly prepared food and much more.

The farmer’s market will provide a wide variety of food, produce, and artisanal goods for patrons, while also cutting down on fossil fuels and the resources required for shipping. It is the perfect gathering place to support local entrepreneurs and discover new recipes and ideas.

The Flats at Puʻunui is located at 440 Keawe Street. Parking garage entrance is located on Pohukaina Street. For more information, visit OurKakaako.com. Vendor inquiries contact Sonny Duong at 808-255-4022.


Mar
14

CLC-Ma’ili Hawai’i Positive Engagement Project - Mā‘ili Parent Group
CLC-Ma’ili Hawai’i Positive Engagement Project - Mā‘ili Parent Group
Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Hawai'i Positive Engagement Project presents an amazing opportunity to join our Mā'ili Parent Group created especially for parents and caregivers of keiki ages 3-5 but parents with keiki of all ages are welcome. Think "circle time for parents" where you will build community, learn, and share with others who are passionate about parenting and learning. During this 6-week group, you will attend one-hour in-person sessions and learn about school readiness skills of Communication, Cooperation, Setting Limits, Solving Problems, Friendship, and Building Confidence.

FREE
6 sessions, Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Refreshments, materials, and child care provided

Click here to sign-up


Mar
19

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, March 19, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Mar
21

Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at 4:00 pm
The Flats at Puʻunui - 440 Keawe Street

If variety is the spice of life then be prepared to spice things up at the Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market. Starting Jan. 10, Our Kakaʻako will be hosting a farmer’s market every Wednesday from 4-7pm in the courtyard at the Flats at Puʻunui, located on KS land. Peruse locally grown produce at the peak of freshness, arts and crafts from local vendors, freshly prepared food and much more.

The farmer’s market will provide a wide variety of food, produce, and artisanal goods for patrons, while also cutting down on fossil fuels and the resources required for shipping. It is the perfect gathering place to support local entrepreneurs and discover new recipes and ideas.

The Flats at Puʻunui is located at 440 Keawe Street. Parking garage entrance is located on Pohukaina Street. For more information, visit OurKakaako.com. Vendor inquiries contact Sonny Duong at 808-255-4022.


Mar
26

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, March 26, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Mar
28

Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market
Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at 4:00 pm
The Flats at Puʻunui - 440 Keawe Street

If variety is the spice of life then be prepared to spice things up at the Our Kakaʻako Farmer’s Market. Starting Jan. 10, Our Kakaʻako will be hosting a farmer’s market every Wednesday from 4-7pm in the courtyard at the Flats at Puʻunui, located on KS land. Peruse locally grown produce at the peak of freshness, arts and crafts from local vendors, freshly prepared food and much more.

The farmer’s market will provide a wide variety of food, produce, and artisanal goods for patrons, while also cutting down on fossil fuels and the resources required for shipping. It is the perfect gathering place to support local entrepreneurs and discover new recipes and ideas.

The Flats at Puʻunui is located at 440 Keawe Street. Parking garage entrance is located on Pohukaina Street. For more information, visit OurKakaako.com. Vendor inquiries contact Sonny Duong at 808-255-4022.


Apr
2

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, April 2, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Apr
9

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, April 9, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Apr
11

CLC-Ma’ili Ku’i Kalo Workshop for ‘Ohana
CLC-Ma’ili Ku’i Kalo Workshop for ‘Ohana
Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 5:00 pm

In partnership with Keiki O Ka 'Aina, the Community Learning Center at Ma'ili offers monthly ku'i kalo nights for 'ohana. Come pound some fresh kalo! Bring your board and stone (if you have), two plastic containers, a healthy snack and payment for kalo ($3.00 per pound). To be added to the registration list, please contact Desiree Adams (des@koka.org) and request to be added to the Ma'ili Poi Pounding e-mail for future sessions.


Apr
16

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, April 16, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Apr
19

CLC-Ma’ili Community Learning Exchange ‘Ohana Series
CLC-Ma’ili Community Learning Exchange ‘Ohana Series
Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 12:00 am

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Connect to the Hawaiian Culture, your ‘ohana, educational resources, and the community.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana interested in learning and growing together.

WHEN IS IT?

Two series a year, fall and spring. A series is made up of 6-7 sessions usually held on Thursday evenings with some Saturday huaka‘i (excursions).

COST: FREE

Dinner and keiki activities provided

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045


Apr
23

CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
CLC-Ma’ili Papa ‘Olelo Hawai’i
Monday, April 23, 2018 at 5:00 pm

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Learn Hawaiian Language as an ‘ohana.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any ‘ohana who is interested in beginning level conversational Hawaiian.

WHEN IS IT?

Once a week for 16 weeks. Classes are in the late afternoon and evening.

COST: FREE

ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIP HOURS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail clcprograms@ksbe.edu or call 670-2045