Schofield Barracks IOP

Adult Tour

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Tours are by reservation only with a minimum of 4 people and a maximum of 12. For groups with less than 12, additional guests may be added to your tour.

Tours include a pleasant 60-90 minute outdoor guided walk through a garden of Native Hawaiian and Polynesian introduced plants; broad views of Mānoa Valley; a close look at Kūkaʻōʻō Heiau, (an ancient Hawaiian sacred agricultural temple) as well as the history of Kūaliʻi, the private Cooke family residence, which will one day be open to the public as a historic house museum.



Educator Tour and Workshop

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Private Adult Tour

Educator Pre-Visit Tour

Papermaking Program at MHC

Intro to Papermaking 
Allison Roscoe
Fri Nov 16, 1-4 pm
1 session $55 (includes materials) 
Learn to create unique sheets of (Western-style) paper with moulds and deckles and a variety of fibers pulped in a Hollander beater. The history of papermaking and its contemporary uses as an art-making material will be discussed. Be prepared to get wet, have fun, and make sheets of art paper that can be used for drawing, painting, printmaking and 3-D constructions. Paper needs to dry overnight. You must come the next day, Saturday, Nov 17 between 10am-11am to gather your dried paper.
No previous papermaking experience necessary. 
Limited to 6 participants.  Minimum of 4 necessary to run the course. 
Papermaking Club at Mānoa Heritage Center
Allison Roscoe
Sat Nov 17, 12-3 pm 
1 session $40 (includes materials)
For intermediate papermakers and above, join the MHC Papermaking club!  During this open studio time you are welcome to work on projects in progress or come with your imagination to work on a new piece.  Papermaking materials (tbd by instructor) will be available as well as moulds, deckles and pulped fibers. Participants will be responsible for helping to set-up and clean-up.  
Limited to 6 participants.  Minimum of 4 necessary to run the open studio.



2019 Community Workshop