Canoe Club Hawaiian

October 24, 2014
Kick off your Thanksgiving

Please bring all forms with a copy of the child’s birth certificate or passport.
Be prepared to pay for keiki paddling dues (cash, credit card, & checks accepted):
$80/keiki + $40/additional keiki/siblings
$40/keiki with paddling parent/guardian

Ages 14-18, 4pm-5:30pm, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

Ages 11 & Under Paddling Starts in May TBD

The competitive paddling program runs from May until August 6 for more than 150 youth 10 to 18 years of age. Sessions include physical fitness, water safety, culture and history of paddling, and team paddling. This program has resulted in the Hawaiian Canoe Club Keiki Division’s success in state and international competition for the past several years. Academic tutoring is available for students before and after practice.

Kamali’i Summer Enrichment Program

Please register your keiki for the Kamali’i Program on March 18, 2016. Space is limited.
The Summer Enrichment Program begins in June and is open to approximately 70 youth ages 10-13. The program uses a variety of teaching methods such as classroom instruction, hand-on activities, group activities, games, song, and hula. Participants keep a journal of their lessons which they keep at the conclusion of the summer. Participants very much look forward to the six huaka‘i (excursions) Hawaiian Kamali‘i plans every summer. Before the huaka‘i, the keiki learn appropriate cultural protocols such as oli (chant) and ho‘okupu (ceremonial offering) which are unique for each area. The Kamali’i Program is funded by grants from the County of Maui, Saltchuk Resources, Office of Hawaiian Affiars, private foundations, and by Hawaiian Canoe Club fundraising activities. The program is free, but off-island excursions cost $40-$100 each.

Kamalii Start date TBD

Bus Transportation

HCC partners with MEO to provide free bus transportation to and from practice for keiki living in Upcountry, Central, and Kihei. We also have free bus transportation to and from Kihei/Lahaina regattas. Visit the MEO Transportation website for more information & schedule.

See also:
  • Class50 mentions a variety of wooden boat plans on the web.
Source: hawaiiancanoeclub.org
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