Mahalo to everyone that celebrated Sunrise on Earth Day
Friday, April 22 | 5 AM – 6AM
Thanks also to all of our cultural practitioners that helped to lead us in protocol to welcome the sun and a new day of positive change across Hawai’i and around the world.
E Ala Ē Locations
Oʻahu E Ala Ē
*Details: Parking/meeting spot at dropped pin. Depending on the amount of people and the established ceremony, we may walk 5 minutes in to the park along the beach, or walk about 15 minutes to the point.
Parking will be in the gravel/dirt area marked by the triangle and the two squares would be potential sites to host the ceremony.
Contact: (text preferred) Kimeona Kane (he/him) 808.398.8989 firstname.lastname@example.org
Maunakea E Ala Ē
Details: Maunakea is a private E Ala Ē Ceremony on Maunakea led by Aunty Pua Case. Join Aunty Pua in spirit for Malama Aina on Maunakea.