Storytelling at the Royal Hawaiian

 

The Royal Hawaiian in Oahu hosts Lopaka Kapanui, one of Hawaii’s foremost storytellers, for a monthly storytelling session on the Coconut Grove Lawn.

“Hawaiian Legends and Storytelling with Lopaka” takes place the fourth Tuesday of every month, from 6 to 7 p.m. Kapanui shares Hawaiian myths and legends with guests around a crackling fire pit. Following the storytelling, attendees are treated to s’mores. Participation is free for hotel guests and $20 for the general public. Call 808-931-7595 or visit www.royal-hawaiian.com.

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