Labyrinth frequenters Gerarda and her granddaughter Carmelina have prepared this SCAVENGER HUNT for you. Can you find the labyrinth residents pictured here and mark their locations on the map? But don’t take them home!
There are printouts of this activity available at the gazebo at labyrinth or click on the image to enlarge or download a full page printable pdf file here.
E Komo Mai!
Now open for business, Hawaiian Paradise Park’s second Little Free Library (the first is at 15-1834 1st Ave.) stands at the entrance of the ‘Awapuhi Labyrinth on 4th Ave.
A “Little Free Library” is a “take a book, return a book” free book exchange. Learn more on the LFL website, and watch this 30-second video.
The Labyrinth has been accepted as one of this year’s venues for the 13th annual Paradise Studio Tour. We are featuring five artists exhibiting a variety of media: bronze, wood, silk, glass, pen & paper, and more! Come see us anytime between 10am and 4pm on Saturday or Sunday, December 7 and 8. More info on the Facebook page.
If your heart is beating, you have rhythm!
I’m excited to join two visiting TaKeTiNa colleagues, Helmut and Natascha from Berlin, who are offering a rhythm and movement workshop at East Hawai‘i Cultural Center on Saturday, June 29.
Experience deep relaxation as we offer you an opportunity to explore complex polyrhythms easily and naturally using our bodies as an instrument. We combine methodologies from not only TaKeTiNa, but also incorporate Helmut’s experience with sound therapy and improvisational rhythm structures, as well as Natascha’s expertise on African dance traditions and somatic movement. You need no previous musical or dance experience.
Wear comfortable clothes and bring only your curiosity!
Learn more about Helmut and Natascha and what we offer here.
2019 VegFest in Hilo
Hope to see you there!
SATURDAY JUNE 15
Hilo Bayfront Bandstand