Ke Kukui 4 Days of Aloha Festival

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Ke Kukui Foundation is back with the 20th annual “4 Days of Aloha” Hawaiian and Multicultural Festival, to be held this year from Thursday, July 21 through Sunday, July 24, 2022. Each day of aloha brings something unique to the festival and with seemingly endless festivities through the weekend, there really is something for everyone – from keiki (children) to kupuna (elders) – to enjoy.

Over the four-day festival, events will be held at Clark College and Esther Short Park. The hula and Hawaiian arts and crafts workshops will be on Thursday and Friday at Clark College. The live Hawaiian music concert featuring Kapena will be held on Friday night at Esther Short Park.

Saturday and Sunday will be the all-day Hawaiian and Multicultural Festival, also at Esther Short Park. The always popular festival will feature ‘ono food, plenty of vendors, and live music and entertainment throughout the day. The events are geared to be fun for the entire family.

Sunday morning will start off with the “Run 4 Aloha” which includes a 5K, 10K, and Keiki (kids) Run. This entire event is a benefit for the Ke Kukui cultural nonprofit.

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