Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
After Dark in the Park

Tuesdays at 7 PM
Kilauea Visitor Center Auditorium

All programs are FREE of charge and are cosponsored by the Hawai'i Natural History Association and Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park. For information, call the Division of Interpretation at 808-985-6014.


Tuesday, August 16, 2016 - After Dark in the Park Centennial Series
- The Establishment of Hawaii National Park

Archive photograph of visitors viewing volcano

On Tuesday, travel back in time to 1916 with Park Archeologist Dr. Jadelyn Moniz-Nakamura as she shares the story of the development of Hawaii National Park. Learn about the individuals who pushed for a park because of their fascination for this place and because they recognized the need for preservation so that future generations could enjoy the fantastic eruptions and magnificent landscapes.     link to pdf poster (1.65MB)


Tuesday, August 23, 2016 - Oasis in a Desert Sea: Hawai‘i's Resident Whales and Dolphins



Join Robin Baird, book author and research biologist with Cascadia Research collective as he presents an amazing look into the lives of Hawai'i's resident toothed whales and dolphins. Dr. Baird and his colleagues have spent the last 17 years using photo-identification, genetics and satellite tagging to present the clearest picture yet of these often misunderstood native mammals.    link to pdf poster (481KB)


Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - After Dark in the Park Centennial Series - Hawaiian Adze Production: Lithic Block Quarries on Kīlauea

Hawaiian Adze Production

Join Park Archeologist  Caleb Houck as he takes you on a learning  learning expedition to explore the lithic block quarries on Kīlauea. Learn how Hawaiians crafted finely grained basalt rock into stone tools, or adze, in the summit region. Discover how this highly coveted rock was ejected from the 1790 summit eruptions, why Hawaiians used these particular rocks, and how archeologists discovered these abandoned quarries centuries later





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