APASS: Aloha ‘Āina: “Love of the Land”
Lūʻau, meaning feast, is a common event back in Hawaiʻi. Lū’aus are held for many occasions and could commonly be explained as a celebration. The first Lū‘aus in Hawaii were called pāʻina (party) or ʻahaʻaina (dinner party/banquet). These events date back before the 19th century and occurred frequently within the islands of Hawaiʻi. Now you can find lūʻaus across the nation and are vital to the cultivation of Native Hawaiian culture.
February 11, 2022
APASS: Lunar New Year 2021
Lunar New Year will be recognized on February 12, 2021 as we welcome in the Year of the Ox. According to the Chinese Zodiac, folks that are born into a Year of the Ox (2009, 1997, 1985, 1973…) will posses the characteristics of patience, strength, resilience, and stubbornness.
February 02, 2021