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Adults
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Children
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Kuʻi Kalo

The making of poi is simple, but it is an involved process. The traditional Hawaiian way to make poi is by pounding the boiled taro root. Poi pounding requires a wooden board to pound the taro on and a stone poi pounder hand carved from lava rock. Please join us in the Lobby Mezzanine for a morning of poi making.

Complimentary

Location: Lobby Mezzanine
Time: December 30th: 9:00am - 10:00am

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little girl playing 'ukulele with her mom

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