Children's Festival

Queen Kaahumanu center

center stage

May 18, 2024 // 10:00am-1:00pm

organizations

CRAFTS
PLANTATION GAMES
ROBOTICS

STEMworks Afterschool Program

stem works
ORIGAMI
CRAFT

Kosrae Etawi

King Kekaulike High School Japanese Club

entertainment

The entertainment schedule is currently being finalized.

Ai Matsuda

Born and raised in Japan until the age of 16, Ai Matsuda moved to Hawaii to study English. There, she began to play taiko with Hawaii Matsuri Taiko, led by Mrs. Faye Komagata – her aunt.

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iola balubar

Iola Balubar Halau

“I loved hula from the very start,” said Iola Caldito Balubar, now 68, a kumu hula and professional Polynesian dancer. It became her life and

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Maui Taiko

Maui Taiko

The informal taiko group that existed in Keahua has continued for nearly a century through five generations of the Watanabe family. The family founded Maui Taiko with the intent of perpetuating the Fukushima Ondo tradition and incorporating other forms of taiko music.

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