Mahalo for joining us at ‘Imiloa’s 9th Annual Wayfinding Festival!
Mahalo nui to the community for joining us in celebrating Wayfinding Month! October was jam packed with community activities centered around the theme of the wa’a (canoe), culminating with ‘Imiloa’s 9th Annual Wayfinding Festival on October 29, 2016. Hilo’s newly carved canoe, Palikū, was carved and created throughout Wayfinding Month at Hilo Bayfront, and was transferred to ‘Imiloa’s front lawn to be featured at Wayfinding Festival. Check out the videos and photos below recapping Wayfinding Month and Wayfinding Festival!
Video created by Ilihia Gionson, County of Hawaii
Keiki enjoyed wa’a activities, including a mini-canoe building workshop, scavenger hunts, special Wayfinding planetarium programming and more!
Pictured above, Hilo’s newly carved canoe, Palikū!
Keiki testing out their mini-canoes during the mini-canoe carving workshop!
The Wa’a Iron Chef competition featured ingredients and cooking utensils that closely replicate the tools and foods available during a canoe voyage.
The Keiki Holoholo Corner featured fishing adventures and special Halloween treats!
Mahalo nui to the County of Hawaii and Kohala Village HUB for sponsoring the 2016 Wayfinding Month and Wayfinding Festival!