31st Annual Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park Cultural Festival

!!Free Event!!

Date: 7-9-2011

Time: 10:00am to 3:00pm

Location: Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park Kahuku Unit - Hwy 11 between mile markers 70 and 71


Festival Theme: He ali`i ka `aina; he kauwa ke kanaka, the land is the chief, man is its servant.

As servants of the land, we are its stewarts.
Our stewardship efforts help ensure the preservation of natural and cultural resources.


Come and experience Hawaiian music, hula, hands-on crafts, food tasting and more!


Dietrich Varez

Special artwork for the 2011 Cultural Festival by Dietrich Varez

`Ua`u (Hawaiian petrel) are seabirds.

They gather food from the ocean and nest in burrows and in cavities in lava flows.

Today, the park's resource managers monitor their nesting habitat at around 8,000 feet elevation on Mauna Loa.

The image is of `ua`u soaring, a chick peering out of a nesting cavity, a leafy branch representing pukiawe that grows at higher elevations, an erupting vent, waves at the shore, a fish and a crab.

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Last updated: March 31, 2012

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