Haleakala National Park continues its star programs in the park, a Maui summer tradition. Climb the mountain to the Hosmer Grove shelter on Saturday, July 18, for kilo hoku (star watching), an evening of Hawaiian star lore and amateur astronomy. Taking our cues from the kumu lipo, this second program in the summer series tackles an expansive subject—origins of the universe.
This free, hour-long program begins at 7:30 p.m., just after sunset. Bring a beach mat or tarp to lie on and dress for cold evening temperatures.
The park entrance fee is $10; call 572-4459 for more information.