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The 2015 KS Kapālama Ho‘olaule‘a, featuring entertainment, food, family, shopping, fun and crafts, is slated for Saturday, February 28, from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 Kōnia Field. Parent and staff volunteers are still needed, especially for the first and second grades.

KS Kapālama Ho‘olaule‘a coming February 28

Feb. 19, 2015

Contributed by Pakalani Bello

The 2015 Kamehameha School Kapālama Ho‘olaule‘a is coming up on Saturday, February 28, at Kōnia Field, from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

The theme for this 90th Ho‘olaule‘a is “Nā Kahu Ho‘oilina,” or “Be the caretakers of the legacy.”

Expected entertainment includes Mark Yamanaka, Mailani, Hū‘ewa and Ma‘ohi Nui. There will be ‘ono food, including Hawaiian Plates, Korean plates, the famous Kamehameha brownies, malasadas, and a Sweet Shoppe. Crafts and delicacies like Moloka‘i fish, Kaua‘i kūlolo, Kona coffee, a plant shop, the Ho‘olaule‘a country store and a silent auction, and family fun like keiki rides, crafts, games, Xtreme fun inflatables, a dunking booth, poi-pounding demos and community booths will also be featured.

Admission and parking is free. Parking on campus is limited, and directed by security. Off-campus parking will be at Kapālama Elementary School and the Kamehameha Schools Bus Terminal, on School Street, with shuttle service available from 7 a.m.

Parent and staff volunteers are still needed, especially for the first and second grades. Sign-ups are being taken online at, where you can also find Ho‘olaule‘a merchandise, scrip pre-sales, and donations.

Read more about the Ho‘olaule‘a.

Ho‘olaule‘a apparel and pre-sale of scrips are available at

Donations are always appreciated, and can be made via this form.


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