Na Pua Noeau: Hawaiian Family AfFAIR - Event Details
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Na Pua Noeau: Hawaiian Family AfFAIR
Location: University of Hawaii at Hilo, Campus Center Plaza
Na Pua Noeau is putting on their 21st annual Hawaiian Family AfFAIR, for Hawaii Island Families and the entire community. The event is free! The theme for this year is "Ke Ola Mau" (perpetuating our families through health and wellness). There will be health, education and social services booths. Also free health screening. Along with food booths and arts and crafts. There will be live entertainment and much more. This event is produced in partnership with; Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Queen Liliuokalani Children Center, Hui Malama Ola Na Oiwi, Kamehameha Schools, Hawaiian Civic Club of Hilo, INPEACE Keiki Steps, Hawaii Community College, University of Hawaii at Hilo- Kipuka and Minority Access.
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