TALKSTORY TUESDAYS are conversations where leaders in art, culture, and industry share their perspectives about the unique culture of Hawai`i Island. "Talk story" is a term used to describe the common laid-back conversation that happens between people in the islands. These events are free and open to the public.
We all go to Old A’s beach and park, but do you know any of the history of that area?
Join us on Tuesday, September 18th, from 5:30-7pm as we welcome Nicole Lui, a lineal descendant of Keahuolu (Old Airport) and the surrounding lands. She will share the mo`olelo of Pohakuloa (Shark Fin Rock), and she’ll take us back 50 years and share stories from her Ohana.
“If we don’t share the stories of these places- who will?” - Nicole Lui