From horse-drawn carriage rides to robotics, Leeward CC’s 3rd Ka Mole o Na Pua Festival, offers a diverse slate of engaging activities in celebration of sustainability.
Presented on Saturday, April 16, from 10am to 3pm in the campus courtyards, the Festival features cooking demos, entertainment, local vendors, food, keiki crafts, Hawaiian games, and hands-on educational activities for young children. The Festival is free, with ample free parking. Mats, lawn chairs and coolers are welcomed.
Highlights include entertainment by Brother Noland, Ernie Cruz Jr., Dennis Kamakahi, Starr Kalahiki, Tony Conjugacion, Chief Ragga, and Mailani.
Two new additions to the Festival are RoboFest Hawai‘i and a wind & solar race car challenge. RoboFest Hawai‘i, an international autonomous robotics event, offers more than 65 student groups demonstrating robotic challenges through games and exhibitions. The Wind and Solar Race Car Challenge, coordinated by the College’s Office of Continuing Education, features windmill and solar powered race cars on a track for children to enjoy.Fun for the whole family…
The free festival includes:
Organic Food, Produce & Products Booth
There'll be great food and beverages, with exhibits and info booths on sustainability to round out the days' events.
Presented by Leeward Community College
with support from the Leeward CC Sustainability Committee.