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Social Spark program inspires Kapālama haumāna to be pono content creators

KS Kapālama students join the Social Spark fellowship program to become authentic and positive digital creators while promoting community engagement.

Pearl Country Club temporary closure will allow for renovation and transformation

The iconic Pearl Country Club is set to close temporarily for a major renovation. The transformation – which includes a re-imagined clubhouse, banquet halls, kitchen, and restrooms – will also include a new name.

Social Spark program helps build next generation of ‘ōiwi digital creators

Five Kamehameha Schools haumāna embarked on a transformative journey through the inaugural Social Spark fellowship program. Designed to bridge a connection between the classroom and the spirit of ʻĀina Pauahi, this program nurtured young minds in a controlled and safe setting for social media, digital content development, and entrepreneurship.

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Inspired Closets Hawaii Opens Showroom at SALT at Our Kaka‘ako

SALT at Our Kaka‘ako, urban Honolulu’s leading shopping and dining destination, is pleased to welcome locally owned Inspired Closets Hawaii to the center. The company offers custom home organization solutions by designing and installing custom closets, home offices, garages, pantries, and more. The retailer’s highly engaging showroom, which features a variety of captivating room vignettes, is located on the center’s second floor.

Our Kaka‘ako brings back Keiki Street Festival, a celebration for Hawaiʻi’s youth

Our Kakaʻako will transform three city blocks into a fun, enriching and ʻohana-focused gathering for the second annual Keiki Street Festival on March 16. The free celebration will unfold along Keawe, Auahi and Coral streets, enlivening the Kakaʻako neighborhood with educational, cultural and ʻāina-based booths and activities, live entertainment and a wide assortment of food vendors.

E Ola Mau ka ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i

Kamehameha Schools celebrates Mahina ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i with a range of free, fun, and interactive activities available at ʻĀina Pauahi properties across the pae ʻāina. Throughout February, the public is invited to visit the ʻāina of our founder, Ke Ali‘i Bernice Pauahi Pākī Bishop, to enjoy diverse Hawaiian language events and educational materials, including a new series of complimentary online pā‘ani – all designed to encourage speakers of all levels of fluency to ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi.

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