Ka Lālā Ola

The phrase lālā ola means “living branch” and is often used as a metaphor for descendents of a thriving family. Through these descendants, or living branches, knowledge is handed down generation to generation. Ka Lālā Ola is a video showcase of cultural programs sponsored by Kamehameha Schools and other community organizations. Its purpose is to record Hawaiian cultural presentations, conversations and events, and to share them with the community and succeeding generations of Hawaiians.

Specialists demonstrate cultural practices.

Cultural short films and oral histories.

Panel discussions and presentations.

Community music-making and sing-alongs.