March Talk Story: Monday Moments with the Daughters

Join us for another “Pau Hana Edition” Talk Story: Monday Moments with the Daughters–a virtual gathering typically held on the last Monday of every month. It’s a time to catch up with one another, explore an interesting topic, and learn more about what makes our organization special and unique! We’ll start a little later than usual and pau hana just wouldn’t be the same without libations and mocktails, so grab your favorite beverage and then kickback for our program!

The Life and Family of Kauikeaouli

We will step back into time and discover who and where he came from, discuss the significance about his reign as King and his legacy for the future of Hawaiʻi.

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About Our Guest Speaker

Kahelelani Lyons Alohikea-Smith was born in the lands of her ancestors at Kealakekua and raised in Kailua-Kona on the island of Hawai’i. Kahelelani is a Kumu Hula and co-founder of Hālau Ka’eaikahelelani located in the uplands of Keauhou, Hawaiʻi. A lifetime hula dancer, Kahelelani was trained by her late mother, Sally K. Alohikea Toko and Kumu Nani Lim Yap and a graduate of the award winning Hālau Hula, Nā Lei ʻO Kaholoku. Kahelelani’s career in the hospitality industry in Hawaii spans over twenty years.  As a cultural ambassador, through hula and her time in the hotel industry, Kahelelani has traveled the world sharing and teaching the culture of Hawaiʻi . In her free time, Kahelelani likes to garden, travel, and research family history.