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KEOUA’S NOVEMBER TO REMEMBER By: Rafael Ramírez January 1991, Kealakekua, Hawai’i As the 1990 paddling year comes to an end, Keoua’s paddlers busily make plans to fight off the boredom following the October Turnover* in the Molokai Hoe Channel … Continue reading
ʻUla ka moana i ka ʻahu ʻula a me ka mahiole: the Ocean is made red with feathered cloaks and helmets March 12, 2016 by emalani “Kauluwela ka moana i nā ʻauwaʻa kaua o Kalaniʻōpuʻu. Aia nā koa ke ʻaʻahu lā i ko lākou mau ʻahu … Continue reading
How to Pull with Pride and Purpose THE TEN RULES OF THE CANOE Rule One: Every Stroke We Take Is One Less We Have To Make. Keep going! Even against the most relentless wind, somehow a canoe moves forward. This … Continue reading
Aloha and Happy Easter to all: You can access the results of yesterday’s race at: http://jtltiming.com/running.htm Mahalo to all our sponsors, supporters, volunteers and most of all, the runners, for making this the biggest Mac-A-Thon ever! There are also photos … Continue reading
Aloha mai kakou! We extend a heartfelt welcome to all our paddlers, young and old, novice and experienced, as we begin our 2015 season. Our first week of practice began with many familiar and new faces coming together to pule … Continue reading
Congratulations to the paddlers that competed in the Louis Kelekolio Memorial Canoe Race sponsored by Keoua Canoe Club The results are: Mahalo to Hawaiian Shotz for posting these results.
This past weekend, Keoua Honaunau Canoe Club was deeply honored to be part of a profound and historic event in honor of the coming of Makahiki, which begins today. Makahiki, a four-month observance dedicated to Lono, the deity of agriculture, … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Keoua Honaunau Canoe Club’s beloved Herb Kawainui Kane, who passed on in 2011, was the originator of the conceptual design for the Hokule‘a. Here is Herb’s story about how the wa‘a was named: “This happened when the parts … Continue reading
Our head coach, Aaron, has extended the padding week for adults. Starting today, we will be practicing Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, to accommodate paddlers who cannot make it on certain days of the week.