Pele: the Hawaiian Volcano Goddess

Saturday March 16, 2019

1025 Broadway Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87102-4403
US

Phone: 848-1320
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Phone: 505-848-1320

Lehua Lopez provides narratives about including stories about Pele's sister and brother deities, kino lau, and the spiritual connections to Kilauea volcano.

Native Hawaiians have always created stories about everything in their lives:  about places, people, weather phenomena, eruptions, and even about things beyond their daily reality.  Join Lehua Lopez as she relates narratives about "Pele, the Hawaiian Volcano Goddess," including stories about Pele's sister and brother deities, kino lau (body forms), and the spiritual connections to Kilauea Volcano.  Lehua Lopez, a native Hawaiian anthropologist born and raised in Hawai`i, has been telling stories about Hawaiian culture for more than 35 years. 
Lehau Lopez, a native Hawaiian anthropologist born and raised in Hawai'i, has been telling stories about Hawaiian culture for more than 35 years.

$12 per person will be collected at the door. Reserve your seat for seating is limited

Register for this presentation by calling Ms. Lopez at 505-247-2729, or email her at csc51lei@gmail.com.