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PBS Hawaii presents its first 'Hiki No festival'; a showcase of student-produced video stories

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

PBS Hawaii is presenting its first Hiki No festival showcasing student video stories from the news program. PBS Hawaii Director of Communications Liberty Peralta is here on Sunrise along with a former student, Shisa Kahaunaele to talk more about the Hiki No festival.

The public is invited to view the outstanding student-produced video stories on the big screen at these various locations:

Maui: Consolidated Theatres – Kaahumanu on Monday, August 25 at 6pm

Kauai: Waimea Theater on Tuesday, August 26 at 6pm

Hawaii Island: Hawaii Preparatory Academy and Waiakea High School, both on Thursday, August 28 at 6pm

Oahu: Consolidated Theatres – Pearlridge on Saturday, August 30 at 6pm

For more information click HERE.

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