Kīpuka, Native Hawaiian Center at Puʻuloa, Pearl City, HI Videos

Videos by Kīpuka, Native Hawaiian Center at Puʻuloa in Pearl City. “Alahula Puʻuloa, he alahele na Kaʻahupāhau.”

This time of year is a nice, sweet, nostalgic way to celebrate our achievements and struggles while we we honor our families, each other, and those who are no longer with us.

Mele Kalikimaka from the Kīpuka, Native Hawaiian Center at Pu’uloa ‘ohana.

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This time of year is a nice, sweet, nostalgic way to celebrate our achievements and struggles while we we honor our fami...

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