Sunday, January 21, 2024


"Canoes Are Family - A Visit With Scotty Reis-Moniz" 

Canoes are not often thought of as a person or family member, but thatʻs only part of what we learned in our visit with Scotty Reis-Moniz of the Waimanalo Canoe Club. Because wa`a, as they are called in Hawaiian, were considered way more than transportation, they held an exalted place in ancient Hawai`i and still do today. While most of us see canoe-racing as a sport, that only begins to scratch the surface of the amazing role they have in Hawai`iʻs culture. Donʻt miss our fascinating visit with Scotty on the beach in Waimanalo as we meet some of his canoe family and youʻll soon see why thereʻs a deep connection between wa`a and people that goes back centuries - Watch It Here


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