`Ölelo Ola o ka `äina Living Language of the Land

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`Ölelo Ola o ka `äina Living Language of the Land
Ho‘olaule‘a
‘Ölelo Ola o ka ‘äina Living Language of the Land
M
eaning “celebration,” ho‘olaule‘a is a Hawaiian term long
associated with Aloha Festivals. This year’s Waikïkï Ho‘olaule‘a
block party is right around the corner, and Royal Hawaiian
Center, celebrating our own 30th anniversary, is proud to present a stellar
line-up at our stage fronting The Royal Grove.
Saturday, September 18, 2010
6:30 pm Ka Pä Hula O Ka Lei Lehua (hula kahiko)
Kumu Hula Snowbird Bento
7 pm
Teresa Bright (Hawaiian contemporary, jazz)
8 pm
Mäkaha Sons (Traditional Hawaiian, contemporary)
9 pm
Ten Feet (Island contemporary, reggae)
Randy Hudnall, KINE 105.1 FM, host
Mele ‘Ailana – Celebrate Island Music is this year’s theme. AF t-shirts
(black, design below) and ribbons are available at all AF events. Wear
Aloha Festivals t-shirts and ribbons and show your support for this island
tradition, established in 1946.
E ho‘olaule‘a pü käkou! Let’s celebrate together– Hawaiian style!

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