Volunteers are needed to help with the work leading up to the event. If you have time, your help would be welcome.
• Friday, April 10th, 8 a.m. to noon; clean up māla area in preparation, splitting wood for im
• Monday, April 13, 8 a.m. till finished; huki kalo (harvest taro) at māla, digging imu, and setting imu.
• Tuesday, April 14, starting from 8 a.m.: harvest sweet potato, setup of EZ corner tents, and preparing area for Hoʻolauleʻa event. Cooking of the taro, lighting of imu, and preparation for closing imu around 4 p.m. (shred banana stump, gather ti-leaves).
• Day of event, Wednesday April 15, starting at 7 a.m. cleaning of cooked taro (scraping the outside skin off), setup chairs, stage area, poi pounding area, workshop stations, and food line area.