• The official state tree of Hawaii is the kukui nut or kukui tree and has played a very important role in the traditional culture and lifestyle of the Hawaiian people. Join us in creating bracelets made of locally harvested kukui nuts and seashells in the Lobby Mezzanine.

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Kukui Nut and Shell Bracelet Making

The official state tree of Hawaii is the kukui nut or kukui tree and has played a very important role in the traditional culture and lifestyle of the Hawaiian people. Join us in creating bracelets made of locally harvested kukui nuts and seashells in the Lobby Mezzanine.

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Location: Lobby Mezzanine
Time: December 27th: 2:00pm - 3:00pm

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