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Windward Ho'olaule'a

at Windward Community College
45-720 Kea'ahala Road, Kaneohe, HI (map, directions, announcements )

Saturday, September 16, 2006 from 9:00am to 9:00pm

The event is a grassroots, non-profit effort being coordinated by the college and the Kaneohe Business Group, with participation from volunteers, students, businesses and organizations. The event will showcase top-name entertainers, a book sale, activities for the keiki, island crafters, ono ethnic food, and community booths. View some pictures from 2004.

Download the general call for vendor - the official press release - all information is subject to change without notice

Music
Sponsors
9:15 to 10:00
Vaihi
10:15 to 11:00
Na Kupuna O Ko'olau
11:15 to 12:00
Na Mele Manu Aloha
12:15 to 1:00
Melveen Leed
1:15 to 2:00
'Ohana Nui
2:15 to 3:00
Pila Nahenahe
3:15 to 4:00
Kupa'aina
4:15 to 5:00
Halau Hula O Napunaheleonapua
5:15 to 6:00
Holunape
6:15 to 7:00
Hawai'i Loa
7:15 to 8:00
Eddie Kamae and Friends

8:15 to 9:00

Kapena

The schedule is subject to change without notice

Is your company interested in being a sponsor for the event? download our letter to sponsors

Hardware Hawaii logo

 

Ameron Logo
Logo for Honolulu Advertiser
Logo for Zippy's
Iwamato Logo
Download PDF of Event Poster (700K)

Campus Activities

Crafts

Windward Ho'olaulea Cache

Latitude: 21.4094464 N
Longitude: -157.8143691 W


Recycling
Benjamin Parker Elementary School will be recycling HI 5 bottles and cans during the event to benefit programs at the school. Co-sponsored with the WCC Student Government, with assistance from UH nursing students.


Gyotaku - arts & crafts demonstrations


Raku demonstration and sale by the WCC Ceramics Club


Hawaii Music Institute Workshops
by acclaimed musicians Benny Chong, Herb Ohta Jr., Gordon Mark, Bruce Shimabukuro, and Ron Loo
plus kumu hula Noenoe Zuttermeister and Holoua Stender
download registration information


White Elephant and Used Book Sale (in Hale Akoakoa)
to benefit the Staff Development Committee and the Friends of the Windward Community College Library. Contact Brian Richardson at 235-7338 (richards@hawaii.edu) if you have items you would like to donate or volunteer


The Imaginarium
“Flights of Fancy” at 10:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12 noon 
(15 minutes, $2 flat rate)

“The Search For Life in the Universe” shown at 4 p.m.
$3.00 for child (12 and under), $5.00 Adult
$4.00 UH, Military, or Senior (65 and up)


Plant Identification and Sale (in Hale Akoakoa)
sale to benefit the WCC Botany Club

Campus map and tent locations for crafters

  • Island Core
  • Families and Friends of Castle
  • A-Bunch-A-Gifts
  • Classic Shaka Line
  • Carolyn's Creations
  • Crafting by Pax
  • Jewelry Expressions by Malia
  • Kaneohe Family Chiropractic
  • "Cookie Lee" fine fashion jewelry
  • Kismet's Creations
  • Painted
  • Bling Blinkies
  • Carol's Crafts
  • Noelani's Creations
  • Diane Hinaga
  • E's the Pain
  • Margo's Marvelous Miracles
  • The Tiki Connection
  • Discovery Toys
  • AC Hawaii
  • HYNDELIGHTS
  • Made at Home
  • Hawaiian and Polynesian Treats
  • Kahalelaukoa
  • Island Style Collections
  • Down Memory Lane
  • All in Clothing
  • Dis & Dat Stuf
  • Sisters Cove
  • Teddie Shae's
  • Art by Shannon Weaver
  • Charming Treasures
  • SC Enterprises
  • Blanket Lady
  • Gay M Hanawahine
  • JJ Ohana
  • Bessie K Bulawan
  • SJH Enterprise
  • Tantadan Brand Seasoning
  • Noreen
  • Pure Breed Clothing Company
  • Dudley's Pottery
  • Sami Fevaleaki
  • Enemy Hawaii
  • Asian Elements
  • Dragon Bon Sai Nursery
  • SlipCovers, Etc.
  • Mahina Pearls
  • Arbonne International
  • DeCoWoods by Cindy
  • Biopro Technology
  • Granny's Treasures
  • Hulina AloHulina Alo
  • Sandy Candy
  • WET-Planet Productions
  • Modes Des Tahiti
  • Gladys Hino
  • Laha'ole Lima Creations
  • Charley's Native Enterprise
  • Nine Tail Fox Studio
  • Gary's Stemware
  • Precious Angels
  • Tiare Creations
  • Tribal Hut
  • Celebrity Cookbook
  • Lanikai Bath and Body
  • Kaki's Krafts
  • Ambers Gemstones and Jewelry
  • Joey's Feline Friends
  • PMS Inc/FOPV
  • Tiki Entertainment
  • Janis Chun
  • R&M Reyes Enterprise
  • Suzu's Bath & Body Essence

Click here to download Application form (PDF)

Food
  • Kafe Koolau -
  • Zippy's - chili, musubi, and bento
  • SWIRL - caramel candied apples, frozen bananas and cheesecake, ice cream, ice-blended beverages)
  • B & J Plate Lunch & Catering - roast pork with gravy, teriyaki chicken, rice and toss salad, sodas
  • Sew Island Special - pastele da oja stew, original wrapped pastele, spanish or white rice, toss salad, soda, juices
  • Friends of Queen Emma & Mikala's - lau lau, kalua pork, chicken long rice, lomi salmon, sodas, water
  • Scott's Printing - BBQ pork spare ribs, hamburgers, curly fries, rice and toss salad, soda
  • Whalen Kahala - stew, teriburgers, shave ice

Scott's Printing: Friends of Queen Emma: B & J's Plate lunch and Catering: Swirl:

Click here to download
Letter, Categories, Agreement, and Application
(four PDF files in total)

Public Service
  • American Cancer Society
  • Hawaii Bone Marrow Register
  • Hawaii Watchable
  • Hawaii Job Corps
  • Hawaii Red Cross
  • Hakipu'u
  • Kailua Elks Lodge 2230
  • Kiwanis Club of Kaneohe
  • Koolaupoko Health and Wellness Center
  • Koolaupoko Hawaiian Civic Club
  • Narconon Hawaii
  • Voices
  • Voter Registration
  • Waimanalo Health Center
  • Windward Arts Council

Click here to download Application Letter (PDF file)

Politicians
  • Colleen Hanabusa

Click here to download Application Letter (PDF file)

Organized by Windward Community College and Kaneohe Business Group

For more information, contact Brian Richardson at richards@hawaii.edu; phone: 235-7338

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