2023-24 Prince Kūhiō Hawaiian Civic Club Moon Calendars 

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The 2023-24 Hawaiian Moon Calendar was inspired and created through the research of the late Aunty Bobbee Mills-Diaz; and edited, updated and enhanced by Kalei Nuʻuhiwa. The  PKHCC Hawaiian Moon Calendar displays lunar information including moon phase recommendations for planting and fishing. Traditionally, the Hawaiian calendar year starts with Makahiki, a time when ancient Hawaiians allowed the land to rest knowing the stormy season was ahead. The start of Makahiki season was signaled by the eastern rise of Makaliʻi (the constellation Pleiades) at sunset.

The science of the moon: The moon fully orbits the Earth every 29.5 days and is constantly changing. On the PKHCC Hawaiian Moon Calendar, about five to six times throughout the year two phases will occur on a single solar calendar day. Therefore certain solar calendar days within our PKHCC lunar calendar show as duplicate dates so that you can easily track when those changes occur. The upcoming PKHCC Hawaiian Moon 2024 calendar shows five “double days”.

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For ordering info on our moon calendar please email us at mooncalendar@pkhcc.org

Proceeds from PKHCC Hawaiian Moon Calendar sales help fund community service projects and the Prince Kūhiō Hawaiian Civic Club Scholarship Fund.

Bobbee Mills-Diaz shares the history of her creation of PKHCC’s Hawaiian Moon Calendar