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Would you like to Perform at the 20th Anniversary in March? Visit our Performances page to download the application and view the full packet.
Would you like to be a Food or Merchandise Vendor for our 20th Anniversary in March? Visit our Vendor Information page to have basic questions answered and to download the applications.
Our Annual Report is here! Please check out the pictures and facts from this year. Please note this is a big file, so it takes a while to load...
Mahalo! Fa'afetai! Malo 'aupito! Si Yu'us ma'ase! In any language, there are not enough ways to say 'thank you' to the volunteers that gave of themselves at Festival this year. Through the rain, hail (on Friday), mud puddles, wind, cold and then sunshine..they came through! So to all you soda sellers, stage crews, activities-helpers, ukulele teachers, guest-helpers, SWAT members and teeshirt and raffle ticket sellers...we couldn't do it without you!
Festival just couldn't be free without ourSponsors & Supporters. Please visit their webpages or places of business and show your appreciation for their help.
Congratulations to this year's Raffle winners!
Paul Brubaker won the trip to the Aston Mahana at Ka'anapali, Maui! He said he 'just knew' he was going to win. He and his lovely wife will take the honeymoon they never got to have.
Marivic Brotherton won the trip to the Sheraton Waikiki and almost didn't answer our call. She didn't know her husband had bought the ticket and put her name on it!
Both Hawaii vacation winners also received 80,000 Hawaiian Air miles for the trip.
Tom Kochanski of Colorado came to the Festival and won a two night stay at the W Scottsdale. He's thinking he'll use it to come back next year, and buy another ticket!
For those who want to remember it all! Here is our full program booklet for those who want to reseach or remember this year's event! Note this is a large pdf file...
Congratulations to our 2013 Kokua Awardee, Sione Fa! Sione was honored for his in health and fitness! Find out more about the Kokua Award or read about him by clicking on his picture.