Homework Help- Offered Daily
Our Staff helps our participating keiki with homework. Keiki use our facility.
Healthy Food & Drinks- Thursdays
Keiki and staff prepare a healthy meal to share with everyone who comes into the center. (keiki are gathering recipes for our recipe book.)
Tahitian Drumming – Mondays
Kanu o ka ‘Aina NCPCS with Uncle Te Benioni- Transportation available at HYC
Ceramics with Aunty Teri – February 25 3:00-5:00 pm March classes TBA
Keiki learn to make ceramic/pottery pieces (Sculptures, Decorations, Cups, Bowls, etc.)
Ho’oku’i Hou : (reconnecting) / Hui Laulima Mahi’ai– Agriculture program. Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:30-5:00 pm
Younger participants are working with a community volunteer at the Community Garden at the Salvation Army and Honoka’a High School Farm.Older Participants travel to the beautiful Waipi’o Valley and “reconnect”with Papahanaumoku (mother earth). They are learning the many varieties of plants such as: Kalo, Ulu, ‘Uala, Ko, Wapini (Taro, Breadfruit, Sweet Potato, Sugarcane, Lemongrass).
Huinawai Youth Council : (Collective Pool) –
Huinawai started as a pilot project under Five Mountains Hawaii and the collaboration of North Hawaii Drug FreeCoalition (NHDFC) partners.
In 2012, We were asked to give youth an experience that would possibly lead into forming a youth council. NHDFC gathered and started planning a “camping trip” for our youth to attend. There we 3 criteria that were set to be the foundation of this pilot project; 1) Youth Culture 2) Hawaiian Culture 3) Youth Advisory Council. Immersion was the best way to accomplish these goals. We currently have youth representatives from Hawai’i Island that meet quarterly. PLEASE google: HUINAWAI. Watch our video and celebrate what Hawai’i Island Youth accomplish.