Free multi-cultural entertainment at center stage and free hands-on activities for children. Check back to see full entertainment schedule and activities.
Emcee: Kathy Collins
Maui Taiko (drumming)
Mayor’s Welcome, Teacher’s Dedication, Scholarships
Halau Hula O Keola Alii O Ke Kai (Hawaiian Dances)
Art Contest Winners Announced
Maui Buyo Dance Academy (Classical Japanese Dances)
Isle of Maui Pipe Band (Bag Pipe Music)
Dance International Production (Filipino Dancing)
Mise Kimono Fashion Show
Obon Dance Practice
Kalama Intermediate School
Pukalani Elementary School
Maui Waena Intermediate School
Maui High School
shares learning about a country and its culture through arts and crafts. For this event, highlighting the Jeepney, a colorful bus used as a means of transportation throughout the Philippines. Unique to the Philippines and serves as a cultural symbol, children will color and decorate a Jeepney template.
Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum
shares a rooster craft and several plantation games such as bean bag toss, string and telephone, walking on stilts.
Boy Scouts Troop 18
sharing pioneering and scout skills demonstrations, rope making, and recruitment.
Keiki O Ka Aina
Make a kokeshi doll finger puppet, koinobori kite, and sakura fans.
Maui United Buddhist Women’s Assn
Demonstrating origami crafts, participants make their own take home crafts.
Queen Ka'ahumanu Center
Address: 275 W Kaahumanu Ave, Kahului, HI 96732
Date: May 20, 2023
Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 am