Aloha Koʻolauloa 2012

Aloha Koʻolauloa 2012

Nā Leo Kākoʻo o Koʻolauloa and Pūnana Leo o Koʻolauloa are proud to present the annual Aloha Koʻolauloa festival, a fundraisers to support the Hawaiian Language Immersion program in the Koʻolauloa district. Aloha Koʻolauloa is a Commnity event that features a Hawaiian menu and live entertainment from the students and other local artist.  It usually draws over two hundred people.  We invite you to participate in this event on Saturday, April 21, 2012 from 2:00pm to 6:00pm, at the Hauʻula Elementary School.

The Vendor Application and Vendor Rules and Requirements are attached below.  If you and/or your organization would like to participate, please complete and submit the attached application.  Please apply early and note the requirements and deadlines.  Booths will be on a first come first serve basis and will not have booths with identical items.  We will contact you if your items are already being represented to see if you still want to participate with a different item.

We welcome you to join in our efforts to support the haumāna (students) od Pūnana Leo o Koʻolauloa, Kula Kiapuni o Hauʻula, and Kula Kaiapuni o Kahuku.  In doing so we perpetuate the Hawaiian culture.

Aia ke Ola i ka ʻōlelo.  There is life in the language

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