CAAM and the Japan Center Malls invite youﾠand your family to join in a FREE Hawaiian celebration featuring music, film, and arts & crafts.
August 20, 2011, 2-10pm Rain or Shine
Japantown Peace Plaza, Post & Buchanan Streets, San Francisco
Schedule of Events
2-4 PM: Ohana Fun
Free youth activities including hula lessons, ti leaf bracelet making, origami… and more!
4-6PM: Tour of Polynesia Concert
Featuring entertainment from the Polynesian Islands
6-8 PM: Waikiki Through the Years Concert
Featuring Kumu Hula Meleana Manuel and Hula Halau Ke’Olu Makani’O Mauna Loa
Experience Hawaiian music and hula from the different eras of Waikiki, from Kahiko (ancient times) to ‘Auana (modern hula).
8 PM: Free Screening: BLUE HAWAII
BLUE HAWAII, the first of three successful Hawaiian themed Elvis films is a fun, musical journey and features some of his most beloved songs such as “I Can’t Help Falling in Love” and “Rock-A-Hula Baby”.
This is the second event in CAAM’s 2011 series of outdoor film screenings and events with Japan Center Malls. Stay up to date about our year-long series by reading our e-newsletter CAAM Connect (sign up on the right!) or joining us on Facebook.
WoW, that sure is pretty cool,I hope others find it helpful and educational as i did.
Waikiki is a tropical paradise offering a measure of scenic beauty and serenity that few can match. It is an ideal location for a Hawaiian beach holiday.
of course some music is meant for pure enjoyment and i think Christian idea is that music must obviously point to God so mostly people take interesting to music skill because it skill is one of best skill than other skill and lots of benefits and it that can take fresh our soul and mind.