Thursday 1pm-2:30pm. Come share your story! In Hawaii, the ancient art of storytelling is called mo’olelo, and like those customs of old and new storytelling series like The Moth, we’re inviting people to get up and share their stories of their ownTiki pilgrimages — hilarious or sad or kooky or fun, it’s all part of the shared experience and oral history of our love for Tiki. And if you don’t want to perform*, come and listen and be a part of the fun.
*Participants will fill out entry cards (and waivers for recording) upon arrival, and then chosen to get up and “perform” by raffle. All stories should be told, not read — it’s part of the spontaneity and fun.

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Hosted by Karen Finlay

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