Mar
24
Sun
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 24 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.

Mar
25
Mon
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 25 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.

Mar
26
Tue
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 26 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.

Mar
27
Wed
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 27 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.

Mar
28
Thu
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 28 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.

Mar
29
Fri
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 29 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.

Mar
30
Sat
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 30 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.

Mar
31
Sun
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 31 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.

Apr
5
Fri
Registration Deadline: Mountaineering, Trekking in the Andes @ Campus Recreation Outdoor Program Tickets
Apr 5 all-day
Registration Deadline: Mountaineering, Trekking in the Andes @ Campus Recreation Outdoor Program | Missoula | Montana | United States

Do you want to have the experience of a lifetime this summer?

The trip starts out with some acclimatization hikes in the areas around Huaraz, then continues as a four-day trek (one of the most popular) in the Cordillera Blanca, the Santa Cruz Trek. It is approximately 30 miles of trail, and the trek includes views of spectacular glaciated peaks, alpine valleys, scattered quenual forests and crosses a pass of 14,700 feet. With donkeys helping carry the load, the trek is made even more enjoyable and allows you to focus your attention on acclimatization instead of how heavy your pack feels at altitude.

Navigationally speaking, the route is easy to follow, and if there are questions the donkey driver knows the way. In regards to the mountaineering course, this course will prepare participants with little to no mountaineering experience to be contributing members of a climbing team by first taking a careful look at the many hazards that snow-covered mountains offer, then systematically learning the skills and techniques to combat these dangers. A peak climb objective is included to provide participants with a supervised climbing experience in which they can take the lead (as appropriate) of the climb with an instructor supporting and advising as necessary.

Register by: April 5

Cost: $2,500 (potential to be lowered depending on enrollment); $200 deposit due April 5 and total payment due May 1; includes food, gear, park fees (does not include plane ticket)

For more information, visit the College of Forestry and Conservation Peru study abroad page.

Apr
14
Sun
UM Pacific Islanders Club Lū’au @ Missoula Children's Theatre Tickets
Apr 14 @ 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm
UM Pacific Islanders Club Lū'au @ Missoula Children's Theatre

The University of Montana’s Pacific Islanders Club is pleased to announce the first annual Lū’au, “He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika.”

The lū’au will be held at the Missoula Children’s Theatre on Sunday, April 14. He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika translates to, “A Journey to the Pacific,” and this lū’au will serve as a celebration of pacific island cultures and an educational event for the community to learn about our culture, history, language, art, and dance. This event will allow attendees to form connections among others in the community.

Your support to this event will help the Pacific Islanders Club continue it’s free hula classes every Sunday during the fall and spring semesters, adding an additional free hula class to be taught during the week, eventually creating a Hawaiian language class on campus, and provide financial support to active students and campus community members embark on cultural exchange trips to Hawai’i.

All ticket prices include an all-you-can-eat buffet and an authentic lū’au presentation that you’ll enjoy. Your buffet will include the following:

White Steamed Rice
Kālua Pork & Cabbage (Seasoned Pulled Pork)
Shoyu Chicken
Macaroni Salad
Lomi Lomi Salmon
Fresh Green Salad with Dressing
Hawaiian Sweet Rolls with Butter
Dessert Assortment
Fruit Salad
Juice (Punch)
Water

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Lū’au Coordinator, Isaac La’a, at uofmpic@mso.umt.edu or 406-243-2636.

University of Montana Pacific Islanders Club Official Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uofmpic/

FAQs

1.) Can I purchase lū’au tickets in person?

Yes. You can purchase tickets in person at The Aloha Center starting Wednesday, Jan. 23,. Or you can purchase your tickets online through EventBrite.

2.) Where is The Aloha Center located?

The Aloha Center is located inside the University Center, 2nd Floor Room 211. (It’s in The Branch Center which is located directly across of The Food Court in the University Center.)

3.) How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

You can contact Lū’au Coordinator Isaac La’a at uofmpic@mso.umt.edu or 406-243-2636.

4.) What’s the refund policy?

Tickets for the 2019 Lū’au are nonrefundable. The money from your ticket purchase will be donated to the Pacific Islanders Club. If you are no longer able to attend, please contact UMPIC at uofmpic@mso.umt.edu.

5.) Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Yes. Please bring your printed ticket to the event.