Trinity’s 2014 Makahiki Expands Entertainment, Activities
Overloaded with entertainment and activities last year, Trinity Christian School’s 2014 Makahiki pledges to be bigger and better from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 25.
Located at the school’s makai campus on 1110 Kailua Road, the family fair will offer a slew of activities, including tours of Ulupo heiau, and demonstrations of poi pounding and bamboo stamps for tapa.
Also planned: a white elephant sale, bouncers, a country store and keiki games.
On the entertainment lineup are worship group Himeni at 10 a.m., slack-key guitarist Harry Koizumi at 10:25, Brother Noland (with Jasmine Lindhe and Hailey Fernandez) with hula and song at 11, Halau Hula ‘O Kawaiho’omalu at 11:50, worship band Na Kane Ola at 12:25 p.m., traditional Hawaiian music from Kaiao at 1 p.m., TCS teachers S. Dickison and B. Moore singing at 1:35 and Mr. Ikaika & Friend dancing hula to round off the day at 2:15.
Food options include kalua pig plates, hot dogs, pizza, bruddah pops, baked goods, and homemade tortilla chips and salsa.
Thirteen artisans and vendors, such as Kaniwai and 3 Spoonfuls of Sugar, also will be on site to sell crafts, gifts and other wares.
Scripts cost $1 each, but the white elephant sale will be cash-only. There is parking on site, but overflow parking will be at nearby Faith Baptist Church, Windward YMCA and St. John Lutheran Church.
For more information, call 262-8501, ext. 101.