Find Volcano events below or vist our Volcano Page to find Galleries, Restaurants, Exhibits, and so much more to explore!Even with the temporary National Park Closure, Volcano Village has so much to offer!
Hikes, workshops, music, exhibits, fundraisers and more!
Hula Kahiko performance at the kahua hula, the public is invited to join Loke Kamanu & her ‘ohana, as they demonstrate on the porch at the Niaulani Campus of Volcano Art Center.
Master lei maker, Randy Lee uses a variety of natural materials to fashion gorgeous lei from the freshest fern, leaves and flowers that he personally gathers from the rain forests of Pana`ewa. Enjoy the skill and wonderful stories that this well-respected practitioner has to offer.
Kumu hula of Hālau Ke Ola o Ka Lani, Moses Kaho`okele Crabbe shares his extensive knowledge to teach the basics of hula, language and chant.
The Annual Rain Forest Runs take place in Volcano Village every August. All ages and skill levels. Special keiki event too
Hawai‘i Island artist Jelena Clay shares her aloha for Hawaiian culture and arts by demonstrating lauhala (Pandanus leaf) weaving techniques.
PLEASE CHECK AHEAD TO BE SURE PARK IS OPEN.“We encourage everyone to take advantage of the free entry days, and come visit Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park,” said Park Superintendent Cindy Orlando. “The park is a World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve, and is easily explored on foot or by vehicle,” she said.
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