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Hawaii - Big Island – November 1-2, 2008
The Big Island Hawaii Healing Garden Festival is held the weekend of November 1 & 2, 2008 at Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden in Captain Cook, with Saturday's Festival Celebration and Sunday's Workshop & Tour Day. And an additional Sunday Healthy Tennis Workshop in Kailua Kona.
Hawaii Healing Garden Festival - November 1-2
Saturday, November 1
Festival Celebration Day! 9:00-5:00
Tree Giveaway & Plant Sale 8:30-1200
Sunday, November 2
Workshops & Tours Day 9:00-4:00
Saturdays Festival Celebration will feature cultural presentations, speakers, children’s programs, tours, workshops and educational presentations. The Healthy Hawaii Expo will feature Healthy & Green services, natural products, and organic goods, massage and health practitioners. A non-profit section will feature community groups & educational presenters. There will be, kids activities, healthy food and family fun, with special focus on a zero waste event. And Amy Greenwell Ethno-Botanical Garden will be holding their annual Arbor Day Free Tree Giveaway.
Additional tours, classes and workshops will be held Sunday November 2 at Amy Greenwell Botanical Garden in Captain Cook.
- Plus a special Healthy Tennis Workshop held in Kailua-Kona.
See Full Schedule below >>>
Saturday Nov 1, 2008
Festival Celebration Day
Get DirectionSCHEDULE: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Arbor Day: Free Tree Giveaway & Plant Sale! 8:30 AM to 12:00
Amy Greenwell Garden's Annual "Arbor Day - Free Hawaiian Tree Giveaway" & Plant Sale, features native plants. There is a limit of two plants per family/car. Come talk story and learn from the experts! For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lei Contest 9:00-4:00
Play Tennis! 10:30 - 3:00
Sponsored by: Hawaiian Isles Tennis www.HITennis.net
Pick up a racket and foam tennis ball and play tennis on the lawn with your family, neighbor, friends and Leilani Magee, award winning tennis teaching professional, a committed community organizer, national coach and the '08 HI Grand Prix Women's Champion. All equipment provided.
Health Fair - Vendor Booths 9:00-5:00
Healing Arts Fair with massage, plants, products, food booths and more!
See Vendor list below
Main Stage Presentations: 9:00am - 5:00pm
9:00-10:00 Food is Medicine: with Randyl Rupar of Sanctuary of Mana Ke'a Gardens & Greg Smith of Earth Matters Farm, present simple methods of choosing, planting, and preparing these medicinal and delicious tasting foods and herbs.
10:00-11:00 VOG Remedies: 10:00-10:40 with Janice Ellison L.Ac.,DOM, will speak about important remedies for VOG exposure, and at 10:40-11:00 Darlene Barrett of D. Medicine Woman, will share remedies for alleviating VOG and respiratory stymptoms.
11:00-12:00 Taro Talk: presentation with Jerry Konanui of UH Hilo Tropical Agriculture Dept, covering Taro Identification, growing taro today, and Hawaii County Bill 361, Ban of GE Taro and GE Coffee on Hawaii Island.
12:00-1:00 Kaleo Phillips of Pono! Hawaiian Slack Key Music
1:00-1:45 Undress Your Salad*: with Dodi Rose of "Dodi-Liscious" demonstrates easy to make healthy & delicious salad dressings.
1:45-2:30 Divine Deserts*: demonstration & tasting with vegan chef Todd Dacey author of "Vegan Inspiration" Cookbook.
2:30-3:30 Amazon Medicine, Healing from the Heart of the Jungle: with Jerome Black of Herbs America, learn the amazing medicines and super foods of the Amazon. Sponsored by: Maca Magic
4:00-5:00 Kaleo Phillips of Pono! Hawaiian Slack Key Music
*Divine Deserts & Undress Your Salad are Sponsored by: Kona Natural Foods & HMSA
VENDORS & EXHIBITORS 10:00-5:00
Hawaii Island Vendor Booth Info & Application PDF
The Bong Brothers - Da Kine Smoothies & other Goodies!
The Lotus Cafe - Thai, Indian, Indonesian cuisines with local, organic ingredients.
Earth Matters Farm - Locally grown organic salads!
Adriana's Mexican Food!
Hawaii Health Guide - Presenting Sponsor
Amy Greenwell Ethno-Botanical Garden
Hawaii Island Wellness Travel Association
D Medicine Woman - Handmade Aromatherapy Products
Dragonfly Ranch - Wellness Retreats & Products
Sanctuary of Mana Ke'a Gardens
Taro Talk with Jerry Konanui
Walea Wellness Spa
Gabriela's Intuitive Guidance
Mosaic Treasures of HI
Hawaii Organic Farmers Association
Dr. Georgie Fong
Clothing for Health
Sunday - Nov 2, 2008
Workshop & Tour Day
Healthy Tennis Workshop 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location Sponsor: Holua Tennis Center (map)
78-7190 Kaleiopapa St Kailua Kona, HI 96740
Learn to utilize breath to handle pressure and to avoid "choking" in matchplay. Practice techniques used to deliberately put yourself in "the zone". The more you learn about how to take care of yourself in the most basic and fundamental ways the more connected comfortable you feel in relationship to what's going on with your body and your game in ideal situations as well as under pressure. Utilize techniques from Ayurvedic Self Massage to prepare for and recover from exercise. Pure, golden, cold pressed medicinal Black Sesame Seed Oil provided at no additional charge. Workshop led by Leilani Magee, Principal of Hawaiian Isles Tennis, and award winning tennis teaching professional, a committed community organizer, national coach and the '08 HI Grand Prix Women's Champion.
2 hour Workshop fee $25
More info: www.hitennis.net Reservations & location info: (808) 354-6373
Amy Greenwell - Workshops & Tours
Community Taro-Kalo Planting - FREE - 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Schedule: Morning Session 9:00 -12:00 • Lunch Talk Story 12:00-1:00 • Afternoon Session 1:00-4:00
Lend a hand in the Loi. Join us for a free community workshop and out-planting of Hawaiian kalo at Amy Greenwell Botanical Garden. Led by Jerry Konanui of UH Hilo Tropical Agriculture Dept. & Amy Greenwell staff. We'll learn about varieties and uses of Hawaiian kalo and planting in rows and mounding (puepue). Jerry will be guide us through this hands on learning workshop with a wealth of information about growing Hawaiian Taro.
FREE Workshop - 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Transitioning to Organics: Organic Farming Workshop - FREE
Sponsored by: Hawaii Health Guide , Seeds of Change , Hawaii Roots Down and IRIE-Indigenous Roots Indigenous Earth.
Adam Trujillo presents the fundamentals of organic agricultural techniques, monoculture, permaculture, bio-dynamic farming - Soil types and distribution, will also cover topics on food forests, edible landscape design, and off grid solutions. What is Organic? NOP 1990 Organic Standards, Organic System Plan, Fertility Management, Composting, mulching and inputs, Disease and Pest Management, Erosion Control, Harvesting, Handling and Marketing, Human Ecological Footprint, Desertification and Thrivability. Includes 30 minutes of Q&A. Adam Trujiilo, is a graduate of the James Cook University in Cairnes Australia, where he studied marine biology, ethnobotany, ecology and plant physiological ecology. He was certified as a permaculture designer with Bill Mollison and David Holmgren in 1997 and went on to study indigenous planting and gathering with aboriginal tribes in the Kakadu region of Australia. Adam then continued with his graduate studies at the University of New Mexico, working on the increased ability of evasive exotics to out compete native endemic plants along the lower Rio Grande. Adams current companies Hawaii Roots Down and IRIE-Indigenous Roots Indigenous Earth, provide services to Hawaii Farming projects on all Islands.
FREE Workshop - 9:00 - 12:00 noon.
Healing From the Heart of the Jungle Part II - Workshop:
Amazon Medicine and Superfoods from the Amazon Rainforest and Andean Mtns.
An exapnded workshop on the top 20 botanicals of the Amazon rainforest and the Andes Mountains of South America. From the upper reaches of the Amazon River basin to small tributaries of Brazil, Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador, we uncover what indigenous people have known for centuries: A veritable green pharmacy of powerful medicinal herbs sequestered away in the steaming realms of the Amazon basin and Andes Mountains. This workshop offers an overview of the herbology and the cosmology of numerous tribes and,details on how to use the most popular botanicals from South America. Botanical drugs first found in the Amazon are now the chemical models for many modern-day treatments. Join us for an interactive and informative education on specific modalities, and the traditional medicine used to treat them--all supported by research. From intensive immunities for therapeutic support, nourishing tonics, to first aid remedies, you will become familiar with the most popular herbal remedies used. You will also sample many of the superfoods of South America with scientific data behind these concentrated foods and herbs. Sample herb extracts and formulations, from Amazon Therapeutic Laboratories.
Presenter: Jerome River Black founder of Herbs America, Amazon Therapuetical Laboratories, Maca Magic, and the non profit Institute of Traditional Amazon & Andean Medicine. Herbs America was the first to cultivate and distribute live maca root plants in the USA and began germplasm collections and cultivar selection of maca in the Peruvian Altiplano in 1994. Jerome is the award winner of the Natural foods institute "best new plants award" and writer of numerous articles about plant exploration. He regularly lectures and teaches others about new and rare foodcrop development.
Time: 1:00-4:00 - Fee: $25 - Reservations Recommended.
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