Hawaiʻi Island Members Gathering & Lei Workshop
Calling all Daughters and Calabash Cousins on Hawaiʻi Island! Come on down to Huliheʻe Palace and bring your friends and prospective new members, for our monthly gathering!
Space is limited and registration is required for this month’s gathering, in order to ensure supplies and materials are available during the workshop.
This month is a Beginner’s Lei Poʻo Workshop, where members and their guests will be able to make their own lei poʻo to take home. Join lei-maker Sunshine Chip as she leads this 2.5 hour workshop for Active Members and their guests.
Lei: n. garland, wreath; necklace of flowers, leaves, shells, ivory, feathers, or paper, given as a symbol of affection; beads; any ornament worn around the head or about the neck. Fig., a beloved child, wife, husband, sweetheart, younger sibling or child, so called because a beloved child was carried on the shoulders, with its legs draped down on both sides of the bearer like a lei.
Lei poʻo: n. Lei worn on the head (poʻo).