Kamehameha Schools Maui Hoʻolauleʻa on Saturday, April 18
By Maui Now Staff
The Kamehameha Schools Maui Hoʻolauleʻa 2015 is scheduled for this Saturday, April 18, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the grounds of Kamehameha Schools Maui high school campus in Kulamalu, overlooking Central Maui and the West Maui Mountains.
The Parent Teacher Student ‘Ohana of Kamehameha Schools Maui and the many families that make up the Kamehameha Maui ‘Ohana will host this 11th annual celebration, an enjoyable family event filled with Hawaiian entertainment, cultural displays and demonstrations, ‘ono food, games, crafts, Country Store bargains, a much anticipated silent auction, wonderful fellowship and more.
The event is free and open to the public.
- Kamehameha Schools Middle School ‘Ukulele Band
- Hawaiian Ensemble/Ka Pa Hula ‘O Aapueo
- Hulu Lindsey
- Halau Kekuaokala‘au‘ala‘iliahi
- Napua Greig
- Kamaka Kukona
- Keali‘i Reichel
Ono Grinds at the Food Court
- Corned Beef Lau Lau Plate
- Shoyu Chicken Plate
- Malasadas filled with chocolate, vanilla, haupia or plain
- Hawaiian Plate
- Chow Fun
- Poke Bowl
- Chili and Hot Dog
- Paradise Tropical Ice
- Mud Pie
Scrip and food presale forms will be distributed soon. Pre-sale bargain, receive $20 of scrip for $18. Discounts on food plates during the pre-sale, plates will cost more on the day of the event.
Silent Auction Sampling
- Quilt made by the Elementary School Sewing Club
- Cross stitch baby blanket made by KSM Tūtū Margaret Cabral
- Poi pounder made by KSM Security’s Uncle Louis Silva
- Cami Powell, massage therapist
- Phillips Sonic toothbrush donated by Pure Health Dentistry
- Stopwatch Sportsbar
- Kamehameha School T-shirt quilt made by Linda Shibano of KSM Curriculum.
- Mama’s Fish House
- Andrew Janssen Pukalani Chiropractic
- UFO Parasail Maui
- Bounty Music
- Maui Arts & Cultural Center
Country Store Offerings
- Strawberry lemonade with locally grown strawberries from Kula Country Farm
- Popcorn Bar with toppings–mochi crunch, candy, cheddar cheese and butter
- Garden décor
- Potted succulents for gift giving
- Homemade knitted and hand stitched items
- Yummy sweets, herb seasonings, jams and jellies and mason jar mixes
- Locally grown flowers
- Potted plants
- Fresh fruits & vegetables
- Mother’s Day gifts
Dunk Tank Fundraiser
The Dunk Tank is always a favorite activity at the ho‘olaule‘a.
- Mr. Tua
- Mr. Kimoto
- Mr. Cagasan
- Ms. Kaawa
- Mrs. Nishikawa.
- And perhaps the new elementary school principal, Mr. Kaleo Pahukula will welcome the invitation and be initiated this year!
Teen Zone – Class of 2016
The Junior Class is planning to host activities that teens and young-at-heart adults can’t resist. The class offers 10 challenges using household items, with 60 seconds on the clock. You’ve got minute to win it.
Similar to the popular TV show, the games will be open to teens and adults.
The 180-acre Kamehameha Schools Maui campus, founded in 1996 to serve more Native Hawaiians on the Neighbor Islands, now enrolls 1,068 students in its traditional K-12 program and an increasing number of students through its outreach programs. All educational programs reflect the Christian and Hawaiian values embraced by its founder, Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop.