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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Hawaiian Games

at POOLSIDE HALE

Activities include:
Ulu Maika: an accuracy game involving rolling a wooden disk between markers Moe Pahe’e: an accuracy game involving sliding a wooden dart between markers Konane: a strategy game similar to chess or checkers

Children should be accompanied by an adult.

Lauhala Weaving

at THE VERANDA

Hala weaving is a traditional practice to make items such as baskets, hats and mats from leaves of Hala trees. Watch Keoua Nelsen expertly weave together leaves. Keoua Nelson is from Kona and comes from a long line of lauhala weavers.

Keiki Art

In partnership with the Coral Resilience Lab at The Hawai’i Institute of Marine Biology

Draw, Paint, Create and Get Messy!
Every Wednesday | 3:30pm – 5:30pm

The Kahala invites all children (ages 5 and up) to spend the afternoon creating ocean-inspired art while learning about environmental stewardship. Both guests and the kamaʻāina are welcomed to engage and learn about Hawai‘i’s natural resources through the creation. We have all the supplies that keiki need to flex their creative muscles and create one-of-a-kind masterpieces to take home.

Due to limited availability, reservations are required. Please contact concierge to reserve your spot today!

Lei Making

at THE VERANDA

Learn to make flower lei, which is a garland or wreath in Hawai’i. Leave with a beautiful handmade lei to wear or share with someone special. A lei is a common symbol of love, friendship, celebration, honor or greeting.

Ocean Education Activity

at POOLSIDE HALE

In partnership with the Coral Resilience Lab at The Hawai’i Institute of Marine Biology

Get to know what lives where you swim!
Every Wednesday & Friday | 10am – noon

Hawai’i’s beautiful coral reef ecosystems provide countless benefits to humans, fish, and other ocean creatures. Coral reefs are also facing significant threats and are struggling to stay alive. Both guests and the kamaʻāina are welcomed to engage and learn about Hawai‘i’s natural resources.

During a hands-on learning experience, get to know Hawai’i’s unique marine life. Learn about local conservation efforts & discover ways that you can help keep our treasured reefs healthy and thriving.

Hula Dancing

at THE VERANDA

Hula is a Polynesian dance form accompanied by chant (Oli) or song (Mele). Hula dancing is a beautiful art form, and there are many hand motions used to represent the words in a song or chant. In our hula dancing class, you will learn basic steps, hand motions and some stories about Hawai’i.

Lei Making

at THE VERANDA

Learn to make flower lei, which is a garland or wreath in Hawai’i. Leave with a beautiful handmade lei to wear or share with someone special. A lei is a common symbol of love, friendship, celebration, honor or greeting.

Classic Afternoon Tea

at THE VERANDA

The Kahala’s new tea menu features pure teas, as well as exclusive blends made from high quality organic, sustainable local ingredients.
Tea service also includes Savory Sandwiches and Sweets Treats created by The Kahala’s executive chef Jonathan Mizukami.

  • Friday & Saturday afternoons
  • 2pm to 3:30pm bookings
  • Credit Card required to make reservation
  • Must pre-book and pre-pay via OpenTable
  • $80 per person which includes service charge and tax
  • Reservations cancelled within 48 hours and no-show reservations will be charged $65 per person plus tax and gratuity
  • We are happy to accommodate pescatarian and vegetarian options with 72 hour notice.
  • Unfortunately due to the style of offerings, we are not able to accommodate vegan, gluten free, or dairy free items.

Ocean Education Activity

at POOLSIDE HALE

In partnership with the Coral Resilience Lab at The Hawai’i Institute of Marine Biology

Get to know what lives where you swim!
Every Wednesday & Friday | 10am – noon

Hawai’i’s beautiful coral reef ecosystems provide countless benefits to humans, fish, and other ocean creatures. Coral reefs are also facing significant threats and are struggling to stay alive. Both guests and the kamaʻāina are welcomed to engage and learn about Hawai‘i’s natural resources.

During a hands-on learning experience, get to know Hawai’i’s unique marine life. Learn about local conservation efforts & discover ways that you can help keep our treasured reefs healthy and thriving.

Classic Afternoon Tea

at THE VERANDA

The Kahala’s new tea menu features pure teas, as well as exclusive blends made from high quality organic, sustainable local ingredients.
Tea service also includes Savory Sandwiches and Sweets Treats created by The Kahala’s executive chef Jonathan Mizukami.

  • Friday & Saturday afternoons
  • 2pm to 3:30pm bookings
  • Credit Card required to make reservation
  • Must pre-book and pre-pay via OpenTable
  • $80 per person which includes service charge and tax
  • Reservations cancelled within 48 hours and no-show reservations will be charged $65 per person plus tax and gratuity
  • We are happy to accommodate pescatarian and vegetarian options with 72 hour notice.
  • Unfortunately due to the style of offerings, we are not able to accommodate vegan, gluten free, or dairy free items.

Lei Making

at THE VERANDA

Learn to make flower lei, which is a garland or wreath in Hawai’i. Leave with a beautiful handmade lei to wear or share with someone special. A lei is a common symbol of love, friendship, celebration, honor or greeting.

Hawaiian Games

at POOLSIDE HALE

Activities include:
Ulu Maika: an accuracy game involving rolling a wooden disk between markers Moe Pahe’e: an accuracy game involving sliding a wooden dart between markers Konane: a strategy game similar to chess or checkers

Children should be accompanied by an adult.

Lauhala Weaving

at THE VERANDA

Hala weaving is a traditional practice to make items such as baskets, hats and mats from leaves of Hala trees. Watch Keoua Nelsen expertly weave together leaves. Keoua Nelson is from Kona and comes from a long line of lauhala weavers.

Keiki Art

In partnership with the Coral Resilience Lab at The Hawai’i Institute of Marine Biology

Draw, Paint, Create and Get Messy!
Every Wednesday | 3:30pm – 5:30pm

The Kahala invites all children (ages 5 and up) to spend the afternoon creating ocean-inspired art while learning about environmental stewardship. Both guests and the kamaʻāina are welcomed to engage and learn about Hawai‘i’s natural resources through the creation. We have all the supplies that keiki need to flex their creative muscles and create one-of-a-kind masterpieces to take home.

Due to limited availability, reservations are required. Please contact concierge to reserve your spot today!

Lei Making

at THE VERANDA

Learn to make flower lei, which is a garland or wreath in Hawai’i. Leave with a beautiful handmade lei to wear or share with someone special. A lei is a common symbol of love, friendship, celebration, honor or greeting.

Ocean Education Activity

at POOLSIDE HALE

In partnership with the Coral Resilience Lab at The Hawai’i Institute of Marine Biology

Get to know what lives where you swim!
Every Wednesday & Friday | 10am – noon

Hawai’i’s beautiful coral reef ecosystems provide countless benefits to humans, fish, and other ocean creatures. Coral reefs are also facing significant threats and are struggling to stay alive. Both guests and the kamaʻāina are welcomed to engage and learn about Hawai‘i’s natural resources.

During a hands-on learning experience, get to know Hawai’i’s unique marine life. Learn about local conservation efforts & discover ways that you can help keep our treasured reefs healthy and thriving.

Hula Dancing

at THE VERANDA

Hula is a Polynesian dance form accompanied by chant (Oli) or song (Mele). Hula dancing is a beautiful art form, and there are many hand motions used to represent the words in a song or chant. In our hula dancing class, you will learn basic steps, hand motions and some stories about Hawai’i.

Lei Making

at THE VERANDA

Learn to make flower lei, which is a garland or wreath in Hawai’i. Leave with a beautiful handmade lei to wear or share with someone special. A lei is a common symbol of love, friendship, celebration, honor or greeting.

Classic Afternoon Tea

at THE VERANDA

The Kahala’s new tea menu features pure teas, as well as exclusive blends made from high quality organic, sustainable local ingredients.
Tea service also includes Savory Sandwiches and Sweets Treats created by The Kahala’s executive chef Jonathan Mizukami.

  • Friday & Saturday afternoons
  • 2pm to 3:30pm bookings
  • Credit Card required to make reservation
  • Must pre-book and pre-pay via OpenTable
  • $80 per person which includes service charge and tax
  • Reservations cancelled within 48 hours and no-show reservations will be charged $65 per person plus tax and gratuity
  • We are happy to accommodate pescatarian and vegetarian options with 72 hour notice.
  • Unfortunately due to the style of offerings, we are not able to accommodate vegan, gluten free, or dairy free items.

Ocean Education Activity

at POOLSIDE HALE

In partnership with the Coral Resilience Lab at The Hawai’i Institute of Marine Biology

Get to know what lives where you swim!
Every Wednesday & Friday | 10am – noon

Hawai’i’s beautiful coral reef ecosystems provide countless benefits to humans, fish, and other ocean creatures. Coral reefs are also facing significant threats and are struggling to stay alive. Both guests and the kamaʻāina are welcomed to engage and learn about Hawai‘i’s natural resources.

During a hands-on learning experience, get to know Hawai’i’s unique marine life. Learn about local conservation efforts & discover ways that you can help keep our treasured reefs healthy and thriving.

Classic Afternoon Tea

at THE VERANDA

The Kahala’s new tea menu features pure teas, as well as exclusive blends made from high quality organic, sustainable local ingredients.
Tea service also includes Savory Sandwiches and Sweets Treats created by The Kahala’s executive chef Jonathan Mizukami.

  • Friday & Saturday afternoons
  • 2pm to 3:30pm bookings
  • Credit Card required to make reservation
  • Must pre-book and pre-pay via OpenTable
  • $80 per person which includes service charge and tax
  • Reservations cancelled within 48 hours and no-show reservations will be charged $65 per person plus tax and gratuity
  • We are happy to accommodate pescatarian and vegetarian options with 72 hour notice.
  • Unfortunately due to the style of offerings, we are not able to accommodate vegan, gluten free, or dairy free items.

Lei Making

at THE VERANDA

Learn to make flower lei, which is a garland or wreath in Hawai’i. Leave with a beautiful handmade lei to wear or share with someone special. A lei is a common symbol of love, friendship, celebration, honor or greeting.

Hawaiian Games

at POOLSIDE HALE

Activities include:
Ulu Maika: an accuracy game involving rolling a wooden disk between markers Moe Pahe’e: an accuracy game involving sliding a wooden dart between markers Konane: a strategy game similar to chess or checkers

Children should be accompanied by an adult.

Lauhala Weaving

at THE VERANDA

Hala weaving is a traditional practice to make items such as baskets, hats and mats from leaves of Hala trees. Watch Keoua Nelsen expertly weave together leaves. Keoua Nelson is from Kona and comes from a long line of lauhala weavers.

Keiki Art

In partnership with the Coral Resilience Lab at The Hawai’i Institute of Marine Biology

Draw, Paint, Create and Get Messy!
Every Wednesday | 3:30pm – 5:30pm

The Kahala invites all children (ages 5 and up) to spend the afternoon creating ocean-inspired art while learning about environmental stewardship. Both guests and the kamaʻāina are welcomed to engage and learn about Hawai‘i’s natural resources through the creation. We have all the supplies that keiki need to flex their creative muscles and create one-of-a-kind masterpieces to take home.

Due to limited availability, reservations are required. Please contact concierge to reserve your spot today!

Lei Making

at THE VERANDA

Learn to make flower lei, which is a garland or wreath in Hawai’i. Leave with a beautiful handmade lei to wear or share with someone special. A lei is a common symbol of love, friendship, celebration, honor or greeting.

Ocean Education Activity

at POOLSIDE HALE

In partnership with the Coral Resilience Lab at The Hawai’i Institute of Marine Biology

Get to know what lives where you swim!
Every Wednesday & Friday | 10am – noon

Hawai’i’s beautiful coral reef ecosystems provide countless benefits to humans, fish, and other ocean creatures. Coral reefs are also facing significant threats and are struggling to stay alive. Both guests and the kamaʻāina are welcomed to engage and learn about Hawai‘i’s natural resources.

During a hands-on learning experience, get to know Hawai’i’s unique marine life. Learn about local conservation efforts & discover ways that you can help keep our treasured reefs healthy and thriving.

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