[CULTURAL] “Honua`ola: Earth, Life & All Things Sacred” is a festival joining Ram Dass, Marty Dread, Mayor Charmaine Tavares, Lei`ohu Ryder, and so many others in a cultural celebration with an ulterior motive—to affect positive change in our community. There will be panel discussions on subjects like “Aloha: What is it really?” and “Paddling Our Canoes: Where are we going?”; with presentations that run the gamut from “Sustainability, Our Children, Our Future” to “Meeting the Divine Feminine as Warrior”; along with live entertainment including Celtic bagpipes, traditional hula, Japanese drumming and island reggae music. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets: $10 per day, $15 for both days, keiki free. Kamehameha is located at 260 A`apueo Parkway off Haleakala Hwy. For tickets or info visit online at www.honuaola.com or call 877-848-0907.