Prince Kuhio Festival & Parade
Prince Kuhio Festival & Parade
Prince Kuhio Festival & Parade

Prince Kuhio Festival

The Prince K?hi? Festival celebrates the birthday of Prince Jonah K?hi? Kalaniana‘ole.

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Prince K?hi? was a prince of the reigning House of Kal?kaua when the government of Queen Lili‘uokalani was overthrown in 1893. He later went on to become a politician in the Territory of Hawai‘i as delegate to the United States Congress where he led the passage of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act of 1921. The people of the State of Hawai‘i acknowledge his many contributions and have memorialized the Prince by naming schools, buildings, streets, and beaches after him, and designating March 26th as a state holiday honoring his birth.

March 25 – 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

The Prince K?hi? Parade,
The parade honors the accomplishments of Prince Jonah K?hi? Kalaniana‘ole, founder of the Hawaiian Civic Club movement and proponent of the Hawaiian Homestead Act of 1920. A unique parade, it honors the dedication and commitment of a multitude of individuals and organizations who work year-round to practice and to perpetuate the Hawaiian http://nygoodhealth.com culture and who enhance the welfare and well-being of the Native Hawaiian community. Malihini and kama‘?ina, alike, learn about the work of the Royal Societies; the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands; Hawaiian Homestead Associations; the Office of Hawaiian Affairs; Alu Like, Inc.; the Queen Lili‘uokalani Children’s Center, and numerous community organizations, h?lau hula, and marching units. Each year members of the Royal Societies (Royal Order of Kamehameha, Ka‘ahumanu Society, Hale O N? Ali‘i, and Mamakakaua) also participate. Rare Hawaiian flags of the Hawaiian Kingdom are featured. Prince K?hi? Commemorative Parade is Co-Sponsored by the City & County of Honolulu and the Hawaii Tourism Authority.

THE HISTORY WE SHARE!

Prince Kkuhio Waikiki Hotel Story - now the Hilton Waikiki Beach
Sharing our links to Hawaii’s royal past means a commitment to quality and standards in keeping with the high expectations that are also part of the Hilton tradition. At the Hilton Waikiki Beach that translates into service that blends the spirit of aloha with facilities suited to a royal pedigree.

 

 

 

 

March 25 – 7:30 – 10:00 am

Lei Laying Ceremony
The Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs conducts its lei draping ceremony at the Prince Kūhiō statue at Kūhiō Beach on the state holiday for Prince Kūhiō . After the lei draping, Civic Clubs join the Royal Family, the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Homestead Associations, Royal Societies, and others at the Royal Mausoleum at Mauna‘ala for the final commemoration.

March 25 – 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

The Prince Kūhiō Parade,
Ho’olaule’a and Ho’ike’ike all occur on Saturday March 26th this year which is the Prince’s actual birthday. Please mark your calendars to spend the day in Waikīkī and be treated to a wonderful parade and celebration of the legacy of Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaʻole .

March 25 – 10:00 – 3:00 pm

THE PRINCE KUHIO FESTIVAL HO‘OLAULE‘A AND HO‘IKE‘IKE
The Ho`olaule`a/Ho`ike`ike at Kapi`olani Park features native Hawaiian arts and crafts, exhibits by various Native Hawaiian organizations and businesses. Visitors and Malihini get get up close and personal with Hawaiian artisans and see cultural demonstrations and activities. The Hawaiian Civic Clubs will be offering up rarely available plate lunches as well as homemade snacks and treats. Hawaiian musicians, The Royal Hawaiian Band Glee Club and Ka Hale I O Kahala Halau Hula fill the afternoon with entertainment.

 

 

 

 

 

Prince Kuhio Festival

The Prince K?hi? Festival celebrates the birthday of Prince Jonah K?hi? Kalaniana‘ole.

HWB2016LARGE-35

Prince K?hi? was a prince of the reigning House of Kal?kaua when the government of Queen Lili‘uokalani was overthrown in 1893. He later went on to become a politician in the Territory of Hawai‘i as delegate to the United States Congress where he led the passage of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act of 1921. The people of the State of Hawai‘i acknowledge his many contributions and have memorialized the Prince by naming schools, buildings, streets, and beaches after him, and designating March 26th as a state holiday honoring his birth.

March 25 – 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

The Prince K?hi? Parade,
The parade honors the accomplishments of Prince Jonah K?hi? Kalaniana‘ole, founder of the Hawaiian Civic Club movement and proponent of the Hawaiian Homestead Act of 1920. A unique parade, it honors the dedication and commitment of a multitude of individuals and organizations who work year-round to practice and to perpetuate the Hawaiian http://nygoodhealth.com culture and who enhance the welfare and well-being of the Native Hawaiian community. Malihini and kama‘?ina, alike, learn about the work of the Royal Societies; the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands; Hawaiian Homestead Associations; the Office of Hawaiian Affairs; Alu Like, Inc.; the Queen Lili‘uokalani Children’s Center, and numerous community organizations, h?lau hula, and marching units. Each year members of the Royal Societies (Royal Order of Kamehameha, Ka‘ahumanu Society, Hale O N? Ali‘i, and Mamakakaua) also participate. Rare Hawaiian flags of the Hawaiian Kingdom are featured. Prince K?hi? Commemorative Parade is Co-Sponsored by the City & County of Honolulu and the Hawaii Tourism Authority.

THE HISTORY WE SHARE!

Prince Kkuhio Waikiki Hotel Story - now the Hilton Waikiki Beach
Sharing our links to Hawaii’s royal past means a commitment to quality and standards in keeping with the high expectations that are also part of the Hilton tradition. At the Hilton Waikiki Beach that translates into service that blends the spirit of aloha with facilities suited to a royal pedigree.

 

 

 

 

March 25 – 7:30 – 10:00 am

Lei Laying Ceremony
The Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs conducts its lei draping ceremony at the Prince Kūhiō statue at Kūhiō Beach on the state holiday for Prince Kūhiō . After the lei draping, Civic Clubs join the Royal Family, the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Homestead Associations, Royal Societies, and others at the Royal Mausoleum at Mauna‘ala for the final commemoration.

March 25 – 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

The Prince Kūhiō Parade,
Ho’olaule’a and Ho’ike’ike all occur on Saturday March 26th this year which is the Prince’s actual birthday. Please mark your calendars to spend the day in Waikīkī and be treated to a wonderful parade and celebration of the legacy of Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaʻole .

March 25 – 10:00 – 3:00 pm

THE PRINCE KUHIO FESTIVAL HO‘OLAULE‘A AND HO‘IKE‘IKE
The Ho`olaule`a/Ho`ike`ike at Kapi`olani Park features native Hawaiian arts and crafts, exhibits by various Native Hawaiian organizations and businesses. Visitors and Malihini get get up close and personal with Hawaiian artisans and see cultural demonstrations and activities. The Hawaiian Civic Clubs will be offering up rarely available plate lunches as well as homemade snacks and treats. Hawaiian musicians, The Royal Hawaiian Band Glee Club and Ka Hale I O Kahala Halau Hula fill the afternoon with entertainment.

 

 

 

 

 

Prince Kuhio Festival & Parade