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Waikiki Aquarium Blessing

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Kahu Silva sends his sincere mahalo a nui loa to the Waikiki Aguarium for their request via Becker Communications, to perform the opening blessing for the new Seahorse exhibit, Amazing Adaptations. He also extends a mahalo a nui loa to Abigail Algar, film curator of the Honolulu Museum of Art, Doris Duke Theatre, for her desire to have Kahu Silva to perform the opening blessing of the 7th Annual Honolulu Surf Film Festival to honor Eddie Aikau’s memory. Kahu also performed the grand opening blessing for the Quiksilver Boardriders Club in Waikiki in 1992 which carries an Eddie Aikau clothing line. He would be very honored to bless these important events but other commitments prevented this. “I send my blessings, best wishes for great success and warmest aloha to both organizations. I encourage everyone to enjoy the Waikiki Aquarium. It’s a wonderful source of education and fun for the entire ohana (family). It’s one my granddaughter’s favorite places to visit.” http://www.waikikiaquarium.org/

As the former executive director of the State Foundation on Culture & the Arts and as a practicing vocalist, musician, presenter and writer, Kahu Silva has devoted a lifetime supporting the culture and arts of Hawaii. Please patronize the Honolulu Museum of Art: www.honolulumuseum.org

 

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    1. 4/4 Native American’s wishing to be married in the echo of the Hawaiian Traditional ceremony. So that it means something to, not only us, but to the Hawaiian Islands as well. We may not be an answer to all the plight the Hawaiians have endured, we hope to inspire that it is not impossible, not unlike the plight of the Native American…..We are both 100% federal certified as Native American. They are trying to attack our children but we are united in our love and our people to prove them wrong. This is our second lives with each other (meaning we have both been divorced) however we are hoping to begin a new foundation with a camaraderie who will stand behind us. I come from a line of healers and so does my mate. Our daughter doesn’t know how much she means. Where can we officiate a ceremony to reflect the meaning of our intentions?

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