Maui Business

Upcountry Ho‘olaule‘a Seeks Vendors for September Event

June 9, 2015, 11:40 AM HST
* Updated June 9, 11:42 AM
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Na Hanona Kulike ʻO Piʻilani will be part of daylong entertainment on Sept. 5 at the Keokea Ho‘olaule‘a: (clockwise from top left) Niolopa Kahanu Raiser, Kumu Hula Sissy Lake-Farm, Iris Mountcastle, Aulani Takatsuka, Sandy McGuinness and Jan Lovell. Photo by Barbara Liniger.

By Maui Now Staff

The second annual Kēōkea Ho‘olaule‘a is seeking vendors for a limited number of booths for its Sept. 5 event.

The ho‘olaule‘a is scheduled to run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Kēōkea Marketplace, the event host, the nonprofit Keokea Homestead Farm Lots Association, announced.

Keokea Ho‘olaule‘a vendor booths are available for a $50 fee on a first-paid, first-served basis.

Admission is $1 to the fundraiser at mile marker 17, at the intersection of Kula Highway at Ka‘amana Street, .2 miles past Grandma’s Coffee House.

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The Central Maui-based hālau Na Hanona Kulike ‘O Pi‘ilani is among the headliners at the event. Co-kumu hula Sissy Lake-Farm and Kapono‘ai Molitau guide the 12-year-old hālau. They are the children of the late Maui-born chant master, Kumu Hula John Keola Lake. Lake-Farm serves as executive director of the Maui Historical Society/Bailey House Museum. Molitau is owner/proprietor of the Native Intelligence shop in Wailuku and serves as kahuna nui, or high priest, of Pu‘ukohola Heiau at Kawaihae on Hawai‘i Island.

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For event information and vendor applications, contact Karen Park via email or call (808) 870-3220.

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