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Honolulu Festival Seeking Volunteers for 21st Annual Cultural Celebration, March 7-8

HONOLULU
Thursday, January 22, 2015

WHAT: Promote cultural harmony, meet new friends, and enjoy a fun-filled weekend by volunteering at this year’s Honolulu Festival. The 21st annual event celebrates the people and culture of the Pacific Rim and Hawaii, and features fun activities, free cultural and arts performances, as well as the ever-popular Grand Parade through Waikiki and spectacular Nagaoka Fireworks show over Waikiki Beach.

WHEN: March 7-8

HOW TO HELP: Volunteers will have the opportunity to assist with various events and exhibits including:

  • Selling festival goods.
  • Providing event schedule and information to visitors.
  • Helping build and march the Daijayama (fire-breathing dragon) float in the Grand Parade.
  • Working at the Ennichi Corner (an activity area for children) at the Hawaii Convention Center.

REGISTER ONLINE: www.honolulufestival.com/en/contact/volunteer.

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Link to image: http://i.imgur.com/Xr556Dy.jpg, Photo Credit: Honolulu Festival

About the Honolulu Festival
Supported by the Honolulu Festival Foundation, Hawaii Tourism Authority, and corporate sponsors, the 21st annual Honolulu Festival features a weekend of free arts, cultural displays, and performances for all to enjoy. 

Under the banner of “Pacific Harmony” and the theme “Creating Cultural Friendships with Aloha,” the Honolulu Festival’s goal is to help perpetuate the strong cultural and ethnic ties between the people of Hawaii and the Pacific Rim. 

The Honolulu Festival Foundation supports educational and cultural programs for the benefit of Hawaii’s school children and the community-at-large through public outreach and charitable efforts.