27th annual East Maui Taro Festival

The East Maui Taro Festival was founded to preserve and protect cultural practices with a focus on taro — the symbol and staple of the kanaka maoli, the Hawaiian people. Its goals are to educate about taro and other Hawaiian cultural practices by providing an annual venue where relevant activities can take place, to support taro farmers and their issues, to be a voice for taro and Hawaiian culture and practices

At the free event, East Maui taro farmers make fresh poi for tasting and for sale as well as kulolo. There is poi pounding and elder craft people making fishnets and weaving cloth. There also are music and hula by local performers.

More Information: 

www.TaroFestival.org

Facebook Page

WHEN
April 13, 2019 at 9am - 7pm
WHERE
Hana Ball Bark
81 Hauoli Rd
Hana, , HI 96713
United States
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Judy Kinser · · 808-264-1553

Will you come?

Be the first to comment

Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.