Aletha Ka`ohi Shares Tales of the Menehune

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February 8 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Hanapēpē Hawaiian Congregational Church, Hanapepe, HI, 96716

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 … Continue reading Aletha Ka`ohi Shares Tales of the Menehune