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Spring is finally here and to celebrate and give back to the community, Honolulu Community College is throwing a Springfest at it's Dillingham campus this Saturday. Ramsay Wharton chats with Event Coordinator, Howard Kam and Emily Ann Kukulies, director of student life and development.
Honolulu Community College's Student Government and Student Media Board will host its 3rd Annual Springfest.
Springfest 2011 Saturday, April 9th 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Honolulu Community College (Campus Mall) 874 Dillingham Boulevard
**Parking on campus available through the Kokea Street entrance
The family oriented event is free to the community bringing a new meaning of giving back to the "community" that Honolulu CC serves. This event will sure to be a memorable one that will provide lots of fun for the entire family.
"We are proud to host an event of this magnitude to the public. Honolulu Community College will truly come alive on April 9th and we encourage everyone to join us for a fun afternoon right in the heart of downtown Honolulu," shares ASUH President of Honolulu CC, Howard Kam III.
Springfest will feature various food vendors, keiki games and activities and entertainment from Hawai‘i's top local artists. Headlining are PIMPBOT, a 2009 Nâ Hôkû Hanohano Award Nominee for Best Rock Album and Kalohe Kai, a popular island music group from the Windward side of O‘ahu whose reggae-influenced style is inviting and infectious.
Throughout the day entertainment will also feature the Farrington High School Dance Crew, Kamuela Kahoano, Arkeo, and Büsekrüs. KCCN FM100's Lina Girl will serve as the event's emcee.