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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
Kamehameha Schools is hosting its 84th annual Hoolaulea this Saturday, February 22nd at the Kamehameha Schools Kapalama Campus, Konia Field form 8:30am to 4pm. Enjoy inflatables, rides, the dunking Booth, crafts, neighbor island goodies including Kauai Kulolo, Molokai Bread and Kona Coffee. There will be all sorts of local food to local entertainment, including a performances by Amy Hanaialii, Kapena, Mike Love the Kamehameha Schools' children's choir.
They join us now along with sophomore leaders Atheena Arasoo and Nainoa Barlan.
There will also be free parking with a shuttle service
from Damien Memorial School, Kamehameha Terminal – School Street & Kapālama
Elementary School. For more information click HERE or check them out on Facebook.