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San Diego Rock Art Association Meeting

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Kumeyaay-Ipai Interpretive Center • 13104 Ipai Waaypuk Trail (formerly Silver Lake Drive) • Poway, CA 92064

4:00 Potluck: Bring food of your choice to share • 5:00 Meeting and Presentations

Meetings are included in your SDRAA Membership. Suggested Donation for Guests is $5.00

Pohos to Paniolos on the Pahoehoe:

An Informal Look at Hawaiian Rock Art

A Presentation by Ken Hedges

“A poho for my piko in the pahoehoe at Pu’uloa.” If you don’t know what that means, join us on October 14 to find out. The lava fields of the Big Island of Hawaii are home to some of the most impressive petroglyph sites in the world. Ancient foot trails wind their way through expanses of carvings, in some cases extending literally “as far as the eye can see.” Fortunately, many of these impressive places are open to the public, protected not only in the National Park, but also on the grounds of Hawaiian resorts. If you have no plans to visit Hawaii soon (or even if you do), join us in October for a vicarious visit through the eyes of a recent visitor to the islands. Put us on your calendar for October 14.

Click here for an October meeting flyer (PDF) • View our archive of previous meeting information flyers