The event will honor the Hui O Wa‘a Kaulua and its Mo‘ohika O Pi‘iliani and Mo‘olele, 62- and 42-foot, double-hulled voyaging canoes.
Speakers, music and informational booths in the park will share mana‘o about Hawaiian heritage and environmental sustainability. Speakers will include: Auntie Atete on “Bringing Hawai‘i Back to Itself;” Auntie Mahealani; Michael J. Murphy on chemtrails; West Maui County Councilmember Elle Cochran and the Palo Royal Hawaiian Guard. The event will also include an aquaponics roundtable.
Booths will include: Digital Bus, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, Ocean Defenders, Maui Recycling, Hawaiian Bohemia, Hawai‘i Nature Center, Humpback Whale Sanctuary, Styrophobia, SurfRider Foundation, Hawai‘i Wildlife Fund, Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project and Sierra Club.
The event will end with a musical performance by Eazy.