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Flower La’i

April 24 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
April 24
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
August 14
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
December 4
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
March 26, 2025
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
July 16, 2025
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
November 5, 2025
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
February 25, 2026
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
June 17, 2026
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
October 7, 2026
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
January 27, 2027
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
May 19, 2027
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
September 8, 2027
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
December 29, 2027
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
April 19, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
August 9, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
November 29, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
March 21, 2029
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
May 1
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
August 21
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
December 11
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
April 2, 2025
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
July 23, 2025
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
November 12, 2025
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
March 4, 2026
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
June 24, 2026
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
October 14, 2026
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
February 3, 2027
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
May 26, 2027
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
September 15, 2027
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
January 5, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
April 26, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
August 16, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
December 6, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
March 28, 2029
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
May 8
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
August 28
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
December 18
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
April 9, 2025
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
July 30, 2025
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
November 19, 2025
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
March 11, 2026
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
July 1, 2026
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
October 21, 2026
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
February 10, 2027
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
June 2, 2027
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

Details

Date:
September 22, 2027
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
January 12, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
May 3, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
August 23, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
December 13, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
April 4, 2029
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
May 15
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
September 4
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
December 25
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
April 16, 2025
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
August 6, 2025
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
November 26, 2025
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
March 18, 2026
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
July 8, 2026
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
October 28, 2026
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
February 17, 2027
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
June 9, 2027
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
September 29, 2027
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
January 19, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
May 10, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
August 30, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
December 20, 2028
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category:
Flower bracelet

Ti-leaf wristband / La’i (pronounced: “lah-eeh”). The Ti plant is seen all throughout Hawai’i and is a large part of the Hawaiian tradition and culture. Brought to the islands by the Polynesians, Ti leaves are believed to hold divine power, as they were sacred to ancient Hawaiian gods. It was commonly used in religious ceremonies as a form of protection to ward off evil spirits and bring in good energy, but it was also used for medicinal purposes. The bracelet you will make today is a token of good luck, your own charm to provide you with good spirits amid your journey.

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Date:
May 22
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Series:
Event Category: