Mahalo to all of those who have invited us into your home, events, and lives to share the aloha spirit, our hulas and songs at your luau parties, weddings, birthdays, festivals, school cultural programs, and fundraisers. A special thanks to the Senior Living Homes for the laughs, your warmth, your embrace of our Hawaiian programs and sharing your stories of your visits and memories of your Hawaiian visits. And last but not least, mahalo to the educators and festival directors who invited us to share knowledge of our rich heritage with your programs and enrich the community of its cultural diversity. We appreciate all of you.
SurviAloha Event October 3rd and 4th, 2014
Join us at Brother Noland's SurvivALOHA Pa‘ina!
October 3rd, 2014 6 PM at the Asia Pacific Cultural Center in Tacoma Washington.
October 4th, 2014 6 PM at Studio Z in Stanwood Washington.
Beach-survival Theme. Bring your own mat or beach chair! No-host Bar. Pupus. Music. Hula dancing! Concert later in the evening! $65 includes the BOOK, CD, pupus, hula dancing and a Concert with Brother Noland!
Tickets will be held at Will-Call at the event. Print a copy of your emailed receipt as proof of payment. Enter full name of person picking up ticket at Will-Call.
Celebrated Hawaiian musician Brother Noland sees music as just one way to connect with his heritage and the ‘aina. A steward of the land and Hawaiian culture, Noland is also a dedicated tracker. “We are and have always been hunters, trackers, and fishermen,” he says. In The Hawaiian Survival Handbook, he shares the outdoor skills he has developed over a lifetime spent in Hawai‘i’s forests and waters. These essential tips and tricks will prove handy for the casual day-hiker, intrepid seashore adventurer and hardcore overnight camper alike.
Among the more than 40 survival techniques and outdoor skills included in the Handbook:
How to Avoid a Shark Attack
How to Survive a Rip Tide or Undertow
How to Forage Hawai‘i's Shoreline.....AND MORE