Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022 |
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KOLOA — Hundreds, if not thousands, of people from everywhere lined the main roads and the Anne Knudsen Park to celebrate and remember the days when the sugar cane flourished on the island.
The impact of sugar and pineapple played a significant role in developing the people and lifestyle Hawaii is known for, and the 10-day plate of multi-cultural offerings closed with the historic Plantation Days parade and park celebration.
Hosted in the shadow of the stack of the first sugar mill founded in Hawaii, people took time to remember their roots and the role the plantations played in creating the unique Hawaiian lifestyle.
Shoot n Shower is the latest game by Fun n Kwazy, debuting at the park celebration under a canopy of aroma from the variety of foods which is rooted in different cultures, a bustling craft fair, and entertainment steeped in ethnic diversity.
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