Evening Under the Stars – October 8, 2016

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You can conveniently reserve your seat(s) by using the Paypal button below.  Paypal allows you to securely pay by credit or debit card.  You may also confirm your reservation by sending a check.  Please make check payable to Hoa ‘Āina O Mākaha and mail to: 

Hoa ‘Āina O Mākaha 84-766 Lahaina Street Waiʻanae, HI 96792.  

Please be sure to include guest information and a contact telephone number with your check payment. 

Hoa ‘Āina O Mākaha is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational program and ALL net proceeds from this event will go to support the continuation of our organization and work with the community.  Please email hoaainaevents@gmail.com if you have any questions. 

If you are unable to attend this event, but would still like to contribute to Hoa ‘Āina O Mākaha, you may do so by sending a check to the address above or by using the “Help Us Grow” donation button at right.—->

Mahalo nui for your support! 


Each Table Seats 8




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Hoa ʻĀina O Mākaha is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit educational program.

It started in 1979 on an abandoned 5 acres of land owned by the Catholic Diocese of Honolulu. In 1979, an alternative learning center called the Wai’anae RAP Center was based on this land. High School students from Waiʻanae and Nānākuli, who were not able to function in a regular classroom environment, came to the land to learn how to care about themselves through the caring of the land using traditional Hawaiian values.

logoThe program since has expanded to different projects guided by the Hoa ʻĀina mission statement:

“Creating Peaceful Communities in Harmony with Nature,
through the Eyes, Hands and Hearts of the Children”

Since the beginning Hoa ʻĀina O Mākaha, “Land Shared in Friendship,” has centered its focus on supporting family, community self-reliance and peace making on the Waiʻanae Coast. The Farm, as it is known lovingly by community residents, is a place where dreams have become a reality by developing a barren piece of land into an educational resource center.

Together with the children of our community, Hoa ʻĀina helps to rediscover the Hawaiian culture, the love for the land, and the love for each other and for the world.