YOU’RE INVITED to HAPPY BIRDDAYS 2016
Celebrate the Hawai‘i Wildlife Center’s 5th birthday with us as well as the grand opening of the Ho‘opulama Science and Discovery Center!
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2016
At the Hawai‘i Wildlife Center in Kapa‘au, HI.
Address: 53-324 Lighthouse Rd. Kapa‘au, HI 96755
Admission is FREE!
Blessing 9:00 -10:00 A.M.
Blessing of the Science and Discovery Center by Kahu Kealoha Sugiyama
Hula Performace by Na Kupuna O Kohala to follow
Community Celebration 10:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.
Science and Discovery Center Grand Opening
King’s Treats will be selling shave ice and refreshments,
with part of the proceeds supporting the Hawai‘i Wildlife Center.
Free activities include ID tag making and a Paint and Sip with artist Dick Mortemore.
Non-alcoholic beverages and art supplies will be provided for Paint and Sip participants.
Paint native wildlife with with a professional! All ages welcome.
About this year’s Guest Artist:
Richard Mortemore has been painting wildlife for over forty years. His abiding interest in the environment has prompted him to write and illustrate articles on wildlife for national publications, publish a series of nature guides on Hawaiian wildlife, to become the director of Keakealani Outdoor Education Center and to become the director of the Panaewa Rainforest Zoo. He has received a State of Hawai‘i Conservation Award for his work in Environmental Education for the children of Hawai‘i. In his paintings the care he takes to place birds and animals in their natural habitat has brought his work to the attention of publications such as Wildlife Art News. His paintings are in private collections in 28 states and England.
Learn more about Dick Mortemore and his work at laupahoehoegraphics.com.
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SEE WHERE PARTY PUEO HAS BEEN!
Support the Hawai‘i Wildlife Center
Support HWC with a special birthday gift! Your donations have helped up save many native bird and bats at the HWC wildlife hospital and have helped create more opportunities for native wildlife conservation in Hawai‘i. Let’s keep moving forward!