Can’t make it to Hawaii for a vacation? There’s a local group that offers programs aimed at learning about the Aloha state’s culture and history.
K.A.I.K.O., located in Aloha, stands for for “Ka’ana ‘Ike A Ka ‘Ohana”, which is Hawaiian for “Sharing Knowledge Through Families.”
The group promotes Hawaiian art, language and heritage in the Pacific Northwest.
For the summer, the organization is hosting the Ho'omoana camp, in which kids are immersed in Hawaiian culture and learn to play the ukulele and dance the hula.
Learn more at KIAKO.org.
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