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Carve a Traditional Hawaiian Drum in Hilo, Hawaii
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Carve a Traditional Hawaiian Drum
       
Website kahanapono.tripod.com/ohana/drums
Year Established 2004
Program Description Workshop dedicated to carving a traditional Hawaiian coconut wood sharkskin-topped drum used for hula & chant. Includes a visit to an active volcano, surfing & snorkeling.
Number of Programs/Year 6
Program Length 1 week
Group Size or S:T Ratio 25:1 max
Program Focus Wood, Folk/Native
Faculty Keoni Aweau Turalde, a native Hawaiian artisan & carver.
Costs $1,150-$1,400 includes lodging, meals, airport transport, guided hike. $350 for workshop only.
U.S. Locations Hilo, Hawaii
Months January, July, December
Contact Connie Rios
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