The Hawaiian concept for month is called malama. There are 3 anahulu in a malama, 10 moon phases in an anahulu, which equals to 30 moon phases and occasionally 29, in one malama.
Put together, these comprise the Kaulana Mahina, the Hawaiian lunar calendar.
About this exhibit
Native Hawaiians have long practiced scientific observations around the moon phases and this exhibit inspires to transform your daily routines to align with the science of Kaulana Mahina, the Hawaiian lunar calendar. This hawaiian culture and science pop-up exhibit provides an opportunity for all ages to learn how the mahina (moon) phases affect environmental activities including fishing and planting as this exhibit walks visitors through activities that will help connect native Hawaiian practices and STEM science.
Explore 9 informational and interactive stations to:
Kaulana Mahina: Look Up, Look Down, Look All Around is available as a pop-up Hawaiian culture and science exhibit.
For pricing and availability, contact Alaka‘i Aglipay at (808) 693-7222 ext. 610 or email@example.com
Minimum 1,300 sq ft
Required Ceiling Height
Minimum 10 ft
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