In a recent article called "What’s new: Island-by-island look at latest in Hawaii" author Jeanne Cooper of the San Francisco Chronicle gives mention to the Kaneiolouma... Go »
In her thoughtfully written article called "Restoring Kaneiolouma", author Coco Zickos interviews Po'o Rupert Rowe and tells the story of the project.
"Hui Malama O... Go »
Once again Kaneiolouma was honored to host a group of locals and visitors who came out this morning to learn more about the project. Historian Randy Wichman and cultural representative... Go »
Each holiday season, Billy Kaohelauli'i, Po'o of Kāneiolouma, shares the Aloha holiday spirit with visitors from around the world in Poipu Beach Park.
This year... Go »
In the fall of this year, with the support of the County of Kauai, the grounds on the southern edge of the Heiau complex were cleared.
Guinea grass, sediment, man-made... Go »
This year Kaneiolouma was featured as part of the 2014 Koloa Days public events. With a strong turnout of over 50 people, historian Randy Wichman and cultural representative Canen... Go »
-- Article by Pamela Varma Brown, for Garden Island News
If you listen with your heart while walking near the ancient Hawaiian village of Kaneiolouma in Poipu on Kauai’s... Go »
Last week we were honored with a visit from the teachers and staff of the Kamehameha Schools from Oahu. Bringing gifts of tea leaves and inquiring minds, they were warmly welcomed by... Go »
Saturday afternoon a small gathering of the local Hawaiian cultural community witnessed a special dedication ceremony for the Ki’i statues. The Kāneiolouma Complex in... Go »
Early this morning the boom truck arrived at the corner of Poipu and Ho’owili Road. The Ki’i statues arrived on Kauai earlier this week, thanks to the cultural assistance... Go »
Makahiki champions Keao Ne Smith, Kaina Makua and Peleke Flores watch as the third of four kii are being installed, Saturday at Ke Kahua O Kaneiolouma in Poipu.
James Kanani... Go »
Source: KHON2 News
For decades, it was hidden beneath thick kiawe, hale koa, and overgrown weeds. It’s an ancient Hawaiian village in Poipu, Kauai that was once home to... Go »
On this day a Hawaiian Pueo (owl) came by for a visit and caused quite a bit of wonderment. News of this blessing traveled fast across the island. Cultural transformation can have many... Go »
Kaneiolouma historian Randy Wichman discusses the Kaneiolouma project during a recent visit by Mr. Patrick Kirch, Director of the Oceanic Archaeology Laboratory.
Pua Aiu, Administrator of the State Historic Preservation Division (SHPD), honors Kaneiolouma with her fist visit to the ancient village site.
Images of the Makahiki opening ceremony at Kaneiolouma in Poipu, Koloa. Gifts of native plants and Aloha are brought to the Heiau and distributed to the four directions and blessed by... Go »
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Mahalos to DLNR Chairperson William J. Aila Jr. and his wife for visiting the Kaneiolouma ancient Hawaiian village site, and for their ongoing support of the project.
Many Mahalos to the hard-working crew from the County of Kauai for their efforts in clearing the perimeter road side in preparation for the security wall survey.
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Mr Tom H. Shigemoto, Vice President of A&B Properties, Inc., visits the Kahua o Kaneiolouma complex and receives a guided tour from historian Randy Wichman and Rupert Rowe,... Go »
Mr. Edmund P.K. Renaud, Chief of Field Operations & Maintenance and his assistant visit the Kāneiolouma site in preparation for perimeter security wall survey by County of... Go »
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Kaneiolouma Po’o Rupert Rowe welcomes Mr. Robert K. Lindsey Jr., Trustee, and Jeremy Kama Hopkins, Trustee Aide, from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.
Source: Garden Island News – LIHU‘E — An agreement between the County of Kaua‘i and the Hui Malama O Kaneiolouma, Friday, will help breathe new life into the... Go »