Early Learning Summer Camp
June 26 - July 14, 2017
Session: June 26 - July 14 (3 weeks)
Days: Monday - Friday
Time: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Ages: 3-5 years
Parents to provide childʻs lunch & snack.
Registration Opens: May 15 | Closes: June 24
Cathy Morgan implements her decades of experience working with youth in this fun program designed with toddlers in mind.
Art & Theatre Summer Camp
July 17 - 23, 2017
Session: July 17 - 23 (1 week)
Days: Monday - Sunday
Time: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Ages: 7-12 years
Hōʻike on Sunday, July 23 | 4:00pm | Barn
Registration Opens: May 15th | Closes: TBD
Under the instruction of Cathy Morgan & Jack Boyle, young participants will imagine a story, create a script, make puppets and perform "The Wayfinder" for family and friends on the final day Hō'ike.
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Camp Holo Jam Summer Camp
July 11 to 22, 2016
About Camp Holo Jam Summer Camp
Dates: July 11-22, Monday-Friday
Drop off: 8:30am-9:00am
Pickup 3:30pm-4:00pm at HUB Barn
Price: $30 DOE Kohala Complex Studnets
$60 Non-DOE Students
Jam Session with Lava Roots Camp 9am-12:00pm
Holo Lio with 4-H Club 12:30-3:30
Bring your own lunch | Snacks provided
Register in person, or call Kohala Village HUB at 889.0404, or email programs @kohalavillagehub.com.
Enrollment ends 6/27/16
Schedule for Camp Holo Jam Summer Camp
Drop off: 8:30am-9:00am at HUB Barn
Jam Session with Lava Roots 9am-12:00pm
Afro Fusion Hip Hop, Singing, Percussion and Tumbling
Instructors Fara Tolno and Michal Anna Carrillo
Holo Lio with 4-H Club
Horseback Riding and Equestrian Care
Pickup 3:30pm-4:00pm at HUB Barn
Performance with Lavaroots Performing Arts and Students
Friday, July 22 at 4:30pm
Open/Free to Public at the HUB Barn
Jam Session with Lavaroots Performing Arts
Fara Tolno Biography:
Fara Tolno was born in Guinea, West Africa. He spent his youth in the village of Kissidugu and Guinea’s capital city, Conakry. Playing djembe since the age of nine, he has traveled extensively performing and teaching both drumming and dance.
Fara spent nine years as the lead drummer for Les erveilles de Guinea (The Wonders of Guinea) under the tutelage of West Africa’s most influential director and choreographer, Kemoko Sano. Fara is a keeper of the history, the music, and the dance in his culture.
Fara holds an MFA from the University of Colorado, and travels the United States working with University Dance and Music Programs as well as independent companies and cultural centers. He is taking this knowledge and finding ways to relate and merge the art form of dance and music from his culture with that of the western world.
Fara is sharing this new and innovative perspective through his teaching in community and university classes, providing a one of a kind opportunity and outlook at traditional West African dance, and its relation historically and currently into the western world.
Fara is the founder, director, and choreographer for Kissidugu, his percussion and dance ensembles across the country and in Guinea. He trains and performs with a variety of students; combining traditional performance styles and pieces from Guinea with his own insights and knowledge of rhythms and movement.
He is a joy to take class with and his energy will infuse you!
Michal Anna Carrillo Biography:
Michal Anna Carrillo has been studying different modalities of dance since she was five years old. As a teenager she danced with Garlutzo Dance Company in Colorado, and was a competitive figure skater for nine years.
Michal took her first West African dance class while in college at The University of Washington, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts. Since then, she has studied West African dance with a variety of master teachers, many of whom she hosts on the Big Island to share with the Island community; Moustoupha Bangoura, Fara Tolno, Yousouff Kombassa Naby Bangoura, to name a few.
As the founder and director of Lavaroots Performing Arts, she teaches dance on the Big Island, and her company has performed island wide for the past 14 years.
In 2007 she released an album,(see LINKS) and she continues to write & sing. She is a Teaching Artist in the schools, Vice President of The Kissidugu Foundation, a Board Member of The Big Island Dance Council & the Director of the Kahilu Theatre Summer Arts Program.
Michal is also a Licensed Massage Therapist in the State of Hawaii and brings her healing work into many facets of her teaching and sharing as well. Empowering children and adults through authentic movement, the spirit of dance, and understanding of self; she shares the joy of music & culture, and encourages others to do the same.
For more information about Lava Roots Dance and Drum Company visit: lavaroots.com
Who is 4-H?
As the youth development program of the Cooperative Extension System of land-grant universities, 4-H is the nation’s largest youth development organization, empowering six million young people throughout the United States. Cooperative Extension of 1862 and 1890 land-grant universities provide the leadership to engage young people in 4-H in all 3,007 counties of the United States. The impact of the Cooperative Extension partnership is profound, bringing together National Institute of Food and Agriculture of USDA, land grant universities and county government to resource learning opportunities for youth.
Through America’s 110 land-grant universities and its Cooperative Extension System, 4-H reaches every corner of our nation—from urban neighborhoods to suburban schoolyards to rural farming communities. With a network of more than 6 million youth, 611,800 volunteers, 3,500 professionals, and more than 25 million alumni, 4-H helps shape youth to move our country and the world forward in ways that no other youth organization can.
For more information about 4-H visit: 4-h.org