Pop­u­lar Sum­mer Fes­ti­vals

Cel­e­brat­ing dif­fer­ent cul­tures and in­stru­ments.

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From a freshly made SPAM musubi to the in­tri­cate weav­ings of a lauhala mat, you know when you’ve come across a prod­uct from Hawai’i. It’s dis­tinc­tive. It’s ex­clu­sive. It’s a blend of cul­tures, eth­nic­i­ties and tra­di­tions, which re­mains unique to the is­land lifestyle. For three days, is­land res­i­dents and visi­tors alike can at­tend the 22nd an­nual Made in Hawai‘i Fes­ti­val, a show­case of over 400 ex­hibitors and cook­ing de­mon­stra­tors. Ad­mis­sion is $5; chil­dren age 6 and younger are free. www.madein­hawai­ifes­ti­val.com

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