Please review the most recent info regarding the March 28 Prince Kuhio day events. I noted there is no charge from the promoters or Oahu council of AOHCC for the parade event. The Ho’olaulea community vendor booths are also free but still red checking on food booth costs. I believe, if they do charge, it would only be a $50 fee. Benton will update us ASAP. If the cost is confirmed as only costing $50 I will make a motion to our new board members to reconsider our no vote and ask for a yes vote with a budgetary & vendor proposed plan.
More updates coming soon.
Deadline for our submittals are
March 1 for parade and vendor apps and info.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions – 808-330-6224 or email.
2020 – 2022
Ke One O Kākuhihewa,
The Hoʻolauleʻa at Ka Makana Aliʻi Shopping Center will take place from 5:30-8:30 pm on Saturday, March 28th.
Please read the email below regarding the vendor booths use the link to sign up before March 1st. Five spaces around the entertainment stage are being reserved for Hawaiian Civic Clubs as part of our Hōʻikeʻike. Sign up for these five spaces will be on a first come, first served basis and you must provide your own table and chairs. Umbrellas will be provided by the Ka Makana Aliʻi. (Please disregard the previous email sent three days ago with the vendor booth application and use the link instead)
Note: All food booths must follow Hawaiʻi State Department of Health guidelines. For more information on obtaining a food permit, please contact Lisa Yasunaga at email@example.com or find more information it the links below:
I am so honored to share with you the release of the video THIS IS ME produced by The Kalaimoku Group for Census 2020. Please share. Mahalo nui to Kuhio Lewis, CEO of CNHA and Chair of the Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islanders Complete Count Committee, John Aeto, CEO and TEAM Kalaimoku Group, the singers, dancers, musicians, film and sound crews. Laulima! Ho`omaika`i! Kehau
THIS IS US
Represent and Be Heard in the 2020 Census
Check out this powerful video rendition of “This is Me” performed by Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander artists and dancers from across the country to invite and inspire their community to be seen, heard, and counted in the 2020 Census.
This rendition features some of the best talent including Kalenakū, Raiatea, Dillion Bien, Darren Bien, Lehua Kalima, Jericho Semanu, Kumu Hula Mark Kealiʻi Hoʻomalu & the Academy of Hawaiian Arts, Natalie Ai Kamauu, Jordis Unga, Samoan Community Development Center Choir, Nancy Fifita “Fancy Nancy”, Taʻu Pupu’a, Voka Mataele, Lea Love, Amy Hānaialiʻi Gilliom, Siaki Sii, Tavaʻesina Aloʻovaveao Scanlan, Tavana Mcmoore, Tiana Liufau, Jerome Faʻanana Grey, Tinifu Loa Grey, Lāʻie Community Members, Teheiara Kealohanui Pimental.
Efforts across the country are underway to ensure Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders are fully and accurately counted in the 2020 Census.
Itʻs been an exciting 2019 Year for our Kalihi-Palama HCC. We started the year by participating at the annual January Makahiki event in Waikiki, then moving forward to annual and special fundraisers, Maunaala cleaning, annual parades participation, annual Holiday community makana donations and participating and advocating for KPHCC at the annual AOHCC convention on Maui. Mahalo for your dedication, support, volunteering, leadership, and much more. Hoʻikaika Like Me Ke Aloha – Strengthen Together With Love.
With all the good work of the Kalihi-Palama Hwaiian Civic Club for our community, on behalf of the Officers and Board of Directors, we invite everyone to the Kalihi-Palama HCC Holiday Party!