He Aupuni Palapala Ko‘u – Mine is a kingdom of literacy
Each year, Kamehameha Schools honor Kauikeaouli through an ‘aha mele (concert) celebration and by highlighting an organization that extols the virtues that he lived and loved – kaiāulu a me ho‘ona‘auao – community and education.
This year we’re proud to partner with Moku o Keawe, Hawai‘i Council of the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs whose vision is a thriving lāhui, he lāhui ola mau. Their mission: To effectively advocate for the educational, civic, health, cultural, economic and social well-being of our lāhui. For more information about the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs visit aohcc.org
Join us and celebrate Kauikeaouli with mele and hula performed by Keolanui, Hālau Ka‘eaikahelelani, Chadd Paishon and Friends, and Kainani Kahaunaele. Staged at the Outrigger Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay, gather your ‘ohana and friends and enjoy the sight and sounds from Moku o Keawe.
Take a step back in time and read a newspaper excerpt from Ka Nūpepa ‘Elele dated March 3, 1846 announcing Ka Lani Kauikeaouli’s birthday commemoration.