2 2023

Jewy Hui Loʻi and Latkes

8:00AM - 12:00PM  

Loʻi and Latkes
The Loʻi Kalo volunteer workday is a community event that is open to the public on the first Saturday of every month. To RSVP for the Jewy Hui event described below, please sign up for our emails at Once registered, you will receive an email with an RSVP link. 
Come ready to get MUDDY at Loʻi Kalo Park with Jewy Hui! 

Saturday, December 2nd  |  8am to 12pm
1243 Loʻi Kalo Pl, Honolulu, HI 96817

What should I wear/bring?
Wear clothes and shoes you’re willing to get muddy. Bring water shoes or sandals with straps that you are willing to get muddy. Wear a Chanukah hat or outfit!
Bring a water bottle. 
As we are guests at the park, please bring a snack to share! We will be doing a cultural exchange and making Hawaiian inspired Chanukah foods! So think kalo latkes, poi donuts, lilikoi applesauce, etc! See the question at the bottom to tell us what you can bring. 
What's the parking situation? 
Please carpool, parking is limited - see below.

Why are we volunteering here? 
We will be joining the Loʻi Kalo Park's holiday service day! Things may be Christmas-themed, but we will also bring Chanukah ruach with fun hats, Hawaiian/Chanukah fusion food, and more! 
Taro (kalo in Hawaiian) was the staple food in Hawaii prior to Western contact. The plant is also the mythological elder brother of the Hawaiian people. Loʻi Kalo Park community workday is an effort to restore the natural beauty and historical importance of this once forgotten park.
As malahini on native lands Jewy Hui believes deeply in Tikkun Olam and seeks ways to experience and learn more about Hawaiian culture and partner with organizations to mālama ʻāina.
About Jewy Hui 
Jewy Hui is a growing community of Jews ages 22-40 living on Oʻahu. Learn more about our community on our website. If you do not get our emails, please sign up at
By RSVPing to this event, you are agreeing to abide by our community standards.
$5 suggested donation if you can swing it to help us continue to facilitate great events.
Before the event: email 
Day of: Text/call Aviela at 904-625-0923