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‘Waters of Waimea’ presentations at Kahilu Theatre

 

The kula grasslands portion of the waters of Waimea known as Waiulaula watershed, which begins in the Kohala Mountains and runs to the ocean near Maumae and Kaunaoa beach in the area of the Mauna Kea Resort. Photo by Yvonne Yarber Carter.

The kula grasslands portion of the waters of Waimea known as Waiulaula watershed, which begins in the Kohala Mountains and runs to the ocean near Maumae and Kaunaoa beach in the area of the Mauna Kea Resort. Photo by Yvonne Yarber Carter.

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The waters flowing through Waimea from Kohala Mountain to the ocean are the topic of presentations at 7 p.m. Monday, June 1 at Kahilu Theatre in Waimea.

The presentations are part of “Kahe Mau Ka Wai A Waimea: Forever Shall the Waters of Waimea Flow,” a multi-media art exhibit that reflects on the enduring waters of Waimea and cultural landscape through art and sharing. 

The exhibit runs through June 12.

Carolyn Stewart will talk about the Waiulaula Watershed; Melora Purell, the Kohala Watershed Partnership and resources on Kohala mountain; and Bob Nishimoto, the native aquatic species found in the watershed.

Kahe Mau Ka Wai A Waimea is a collaboration of partners volunteering their time and resources so that the moolelo wahi pana (stories of sacred sites) and precious watershed endure including Kuulei Keakealani, Kealii Bertelmann, Yvonne and Keoki Carter, TryLookInside Graphics, Kahilu Theatre Foundation, The Kohala Center, and Waiulaula Watershed Partnership.

— Find out more:

www.kohalacenter.org/KaheMauKa…

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