Bana Kuma Band Camp

Bana Kuma Band Camp

January 26-February 1

Puna, Hawaii

Join Master Conductor Chris Berry & Friends in Learning and Presenting a ‘Prayer-formance’ at Flow Fest 2017!

Join in by Playing Drum, Marimba, Mbira, or any other instrument that you’d like (any instrument is welcome). You may also join in by singing, Dancing, Costume-Making and Story Telling!

7 Days of Learning the Universal Wisdom through the scope of Bana Kuma and Applying it to Music, Dance and Ceremony.

The 4 pieces taught at camp will be prayer-formed several times at Flow Fest with a headlining spot Saturday night! Immerse and heal yourself with music and dance.

No experience necessary! “If you can walk you can dance if you can talk you can sing.”

Cost for 7 days (Includes Entry Into Flow Fest): $350

Basic accommodations are $10-$15/night camping with access to community kitchen and hot shower.

Limited Rooms and Bungalows also available at nightly or weekly rates

Lunches Available for $25 Per Day. Lunches will be largely vegetarian. We may or may not be able to accommodate your dietary requirements. As of now, everyone is on their own for breakfast, snacks, and dinner. We reserve the right to adjust the meal plan based on popular demand.

To register:
  1. We’d appreciate if you filled out the Registration Form above
  2. Paypal your total payment to banafest@gmail.com (*please use the “friends and family option)
  3. Or send a check or money order for half of the amount to Chris Berry at PO BOX 2097, Pahoa, HI 96778.
    *We may ask you to redo your transaction if this is not done.

For more information email banafest@gmail.com

Directions to Anuenue:
Directions from Noni Farm Road to Anuenue:
Very Important: Set odometer to zero at start of Noni Farm Road. The entrance to Anuenue is 1.7 Miles from the highway. Make sure to always stay to the left on this road!!
Landmarks: You’ll pass Polestar on the right after .2 miles. Once you see Gaia Yoga (on the left), the property is five (5) driveways past them on the left. You will first see the Norfolk Pine Trees that line their neighbor’s property directly accross on the right.Colorful prayer flags mark the entrance of Anuenue Cultural Healing Arts Sanctuary on the left.
Directions from Hilo to Noni Farm Road: Take Highway 130 towards Pahoa (south) to Highway 132 (the only signal light in Pahoa), and turn left. Continue on Hwy. 132 and stay to the left when you see the fork at Pohoiki Road. Between mile markers 4 & 5, you’ll see Noni Farm Road on the left (bright yellow, wooden sign) and Niobrarry Horse Farm/Small Fruit Stand directly across the highway on the right. Turn left onto (unpaved) Noni Farm Raod.
Directions from Kapoho to Noni Farm Road:
Take Hwy. 137 to Hwy. 132 toward Pahoa. Noni Farm Road is between mile markers 4 & 5 on the right. You’ll see Niobrarry Horse Farm/Small Fruit Stand directly across the highway on the left, but neither signage are visible coming this way. (Try to take note of the Noni Farm Rd. turnoff when coming from Pahoa). Turn right onto (unpaved) Noni Farm Road.

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