2 results for month: 10/2017


Surf Art & The Surfer is BACK!

Savory aromas dance through the air. People stroll through The Gallery in awe of each art piece that embodies the unique creativity and talent of their creators, each telling their individual story. What is usually just a parking lot has been transformed into an ambient but lively environment.   On November 3rd and 4th, Surfing The Nations will be hosting the 5th annual Surf Art and The Surfer Art Festival.  It is an event that is focused on nurturing the arts and supporting Oahu’s local artists, while celebrating the transformation of lower Wahiawa. On display will be several pieces from incredibly talented artists, unique vendors, ...

I Came for the Food, but Left With Friends

  Today's post comes from the Ulu Pono Division Head, Teka Gabaldon! She has been a long time faithful member of our Outreach Department.  Read on to hear Teka's observations about our weekly food distribution in Kalihi.   As I’ve been helping with Feeding The Hungry (FTH) over the past three years, I’ve observed and gotten to know (some of) the hundreds of aunties and uncles that attend each week. I watch them as they get off the bus, run to the corner and line up waiting to be checked in week after week. The sight is similar each time: the bright orange fencing, ready to be filled with men and women - young and old. I’ve ...