Make lei appropriate for cowboy hats and enter 1 of 2 categories: "Most Beautiful" (use only fresh materials) and "Most Unique" (any material is acceptable). Age Groups are: K-2nd Grade; 3rd-5th Grade; 6th-8th Grade; 9th-12 Grade and Adult. Drop off lei entries between 7:00 and 8:30 am. Awards will be given at 6:00 pm and lei will be returned to makers. For additional info, please contact Carrie Newcomb at 808-634-0815.
Teams from across Hawaiʻi compete in a double elimination tournament (ASA rules with a few modifications). Admission for spectators is FREE. Additional games at Faye Park in Kekaha.
For additional info, please contact Laureen Naumu-Balocan at 808-482-0886 or email@example.com.
This is the largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament on the island and benefits the Westside Basketball Club. The cost is $10/player (school division) and $25/player (adult division). Late registration is at 5pm on Friday for adult male teams. Youth Teamsʻ late registration is 8 am on Saturday. For additional info, please contact Dino Pabre at 808-286-2064.
The largest traditional rodeo in all of the Hawaiian Islands features events like the Paniolo Poʻowalu and Double Mugging which are unique to Hawaiʻi Rodeos.
$5/Adult and $3/Child (5-12 years).
For additional info, please contact Kimo Akita at 808-639-8598..
The 44th Annual Captain Cook Caper Run benefits The Makana Training Center. Cost is $30/Adults and $25/Students (17 years and younger). Register at the Heritage of Aloha Hoʻolauleʻa (Old Waimea Mill Site) on Friday (02.21.20) from 4:30 -10:00 pm. Late Registration is $40. Check-in 5:30 to 6:30 am.
Super Duper 2ʻs Ice Cream Eating Contest is FREE to participate. Sign up at 11:30 am next to the big stage at the Heritage of Aloha Hoʻolauleʻa. Age categories are as follows: (1) 5 to 8 years old; (2) 9 to 15 years old; (3) 16 to 25 years old; (4) 26 to 35 years old; (5) 36 to 54 years old; and (6) 55+ years and older. For additional info, please contact Lisa Johnston at 808-652-7984.
Rules are (1) 3 minutes maximum per song; (2) 1 song per entry; (3) Soloists only, no groups allowed; (4) Judged on presentation, tone, showmanship, difficulty of song and overall performance. Only ʻukulele talent will be judged (not singing). Age groups: Up to 6th grade; 7th to 9th grade; 10th to 12th grade; and Adults. All entries will win a prize. ʻUkulele awarded to 1st place winners AND to the "Best ʻUkulele Picker" in memory of Byron Hahn-Morin.
For additional info, please contact Carrie Newcomb at 808-634-0815.
Traditional Hawaiian outrigger canoes race along the Waimea shoreline competing in the Century (+300), Half-Century (+150) and Quarter Century (+75) Divisions for men, women and mixed crews. Lunch provided for all paddlers. Spectators enjoy FREE admission.
For additional info, please contact Val Saffery of Kilohana Canoe Club at 808-345-0250.
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