Nā Momi Ho‘oheno: Volume I

Kamehameha Schools Kapālama


Nā Momi Ho‘oheno was created to capture the treasured life stories of our Hawaiian people so that future generations might be enriched by these priceless mo‘olelo of our cherished and unique way of life.

The late Mary Lou Kekuewa devoted her life to the rare and delicate art form of feather work and is celebrated as one of Hawai‘i’s great masters. Today, the family tradition is carried on through her daughter and protégé Paulette Kahalepuna.

Haili’s Hawaiian Foods has been serving some of the finest Hawaiian cuisine for three generations. Started by Peter and Rachel Haili over 60 years ago, and now run by their daughters, this family operation is a culinary icon.

Bill Maioho is the kahu (curator) of the Royal Mausoleum, the sacred resting place of Hawaiian royalty at Mauna‘ala.  He descends from a noble lineage that places his family in intimate contact with some of Hawai‘i’s highest ranking chiefs.

Email your order to kaiwa@ksbe.edu. Please indicate the number of DVDs you would like ($15/ea) or the entire collection of 3 DVDs for $30. Also, include your name, mailing address, area code and telephone number. Then make out a check or money order payable to Kamehameha Schools and mail it to:

Kamehameha Schools
1887 Makuakāne Street
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96817-1887

Your order will be mailed to you upon receipt of payment. For more information, contact Jamie Fong, Ka‘iwakīloumoku Coordinator, at(808) 842-8655, or at jafong@ksbe.edu

Proceeds from the sale of the DVD will go to support the goals and initiatives of the Ka‘iwakīloumoku Hawaiian Cultural Center at Kapālama.