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Aletha Ka`ohi Shares Tales of the Menehune
February 8 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pmFree
An early 19th century census in Wainiha Valley (above) listed 65 who identified themselves as Menehune. Attributed as a race of small people who labored at night building fishponds, roads and heiau (temples). Kaua`i Living Treasure and Historian Aletha Ka`Ohi share the background of the “Mythical Menehune” for the Kaua`i Historical Society. Auntie Aletha is an engaging speaker who will leave you spellbound with her knowledge and stories.
Suggested Donation $5 for Non-Members
What: Auntie Aletha Ka`ohi Tales of the Menehune
When: Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 6:00pm
Where: Hanapēpē Hawaiian Congregational Church
Due to the overwhelming response to Aletha’s Tales of the Menehune, the event has been relocated to a new venue: Hanapēpē Hawaiian Congregational Church.
A map is attached. Parking is available alongside Kona road leading to Hanapepe road from Kaumuali’i highway adjacent to the park and fire station. Limited parking alongside Hanapepe Road fronting the church.
For information on this event, please contact:
Kaua‘i Historical Society | Phone: (808) 245-3373 | Email: email@example.com