1) On Stage

Two guys playing guitar and singing
10 a.m. start    Opening by WCC Hawaiian Studies students
10:15 a.m.       Kahalu‘u ‘Ukulele Band (up&coming ‘uke youngsters)
11:15 p.m.       Air Force Pacific “Small Kine” Band
12:15 p.m.       Pila Nahenahe / Hawaii Loa
1:15 p.m.         Jerry Santos and Kamuela Kimokeo
2:15 p.m.         Ka‘ala Carmack and friends  
3:15 p.m.         Kawika Kahiapo
4:15 p.m.          EMKE
5:15 p.m.         Chinky Mahoe’s Hālau Hula o Kawaili‘ulā (Merrie Monarch award-winners!)
6:15 p.m.         Ho‘okena
7:15 p.m.         Kapena

2) Information & First Aid

Information Booth – Kaneohe Business Group
First Aid - WCC Certified Nurse’s Aide & Nursing Pathway
Blood pressure/BMI/cholesterol readings (CNA Program)
(Art/Crafters & Food Booths area)

3) Arts & Crafts & Food Vendors

People and booths outside on lawn
See "Booth" page for more information.

4) Silent Auction, Dis 'N Dat Sale (Sarah's Garage), Community Booths

Man with chisel and hammer doing wood carving
Silent Auction
Hale Akoakoa, Room101-103
Bidding closes at 5:00pm  “Instant buys” all day.
Proceeds support two important causes:  
  1. Scholarship endowment for students who could not afford college.
  2.  Innovative student support programs
(formerly SARAH’S GARAGE), Hale Akoakoa, Room 105

COMMUNITY EXPO  (Hale Akoakoa lanai, atrium and cafe areas)
Community and non-profit exhibits

5) Keiki Area

Children and bounce rides
Xtreme Fun Keiki Rides (wristbands available $20)
Archery for fun (safe and educational, located above keiki rides)
Knockerball (located above keiki rides)

6) College Exhibits & Booths

Girl with her face painted
WCC CULTURAL DEMONSTRATIONS & ACTIVITIES (located on the great lawn and Hale Akoakoa lanai areas)
  • Chemistry Club – Fun with chemistry, making ice cream
  • Agripharmatech – Plant identification and tours to the Medicinal Garden: 10:00am, 11:00am & 12:30pm (meet at tent on the great lawn)Botany Club – Medicinal/nutritional plant sale
  • Hiilaniwai Foodservice/Uala Leaf Cafe - Find us at the food booth and cafeteria
  • Career and Community Education - Keiki activities
  • Vet Tech – Pet care
  • Marine Option Program & PaCES – Gyotaku fish printing
  • Phi Theta Kappa – facepainting
  • Math & Business – Brain gym, origami
  • Aerospace Education & ‘IKE – Rocketry fun with air rockets
  • Visual Arts - See painters in action
  • Nursing Pathway – First Aid; Free blood pressure readings (next to Information Booth)
  • Hawaiian Woodcarving - demonstrations and keiki carving activities (located in front of Hale Iolani building behind Paliku Theatre)
  • Service-Learning – Blood Drive sign-up
  • Aerospace Education - Rocketry
WCC 20-Minute Workshops
Faculty and students will present a variety of workshops between 11 am and 2 pm, located near the Arts & Crafts booths. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about what Windward CC has to offer!
11 am: Nick Logue (Theatre) – Theatre
11:20 am - 11:40 am: Stage Combat (student demonstrations)
11:40 am: Kim Bassford (Creative Media) – 10 Tips for Making Better Videos
12:00 pm: Jeff Ho & Lucille Gilbert (Speech) – Read Aloud: Vocal Variety and Interaction (for kids!)
12:20 pm: Sam Geiling (VET Tech) – Pet CPR
12:40 pm: Zachary Payne (Spanish) – Taking Foreign Languages
1:00 pm: Bryce Myers (Art) – Art: Shifting to Shape
1:20 pm: Ryan Koo (History) – History in Real Time

7) Imaginarium

11:00 a.m.  STARS (one show only!)
Cost: $5 for all; walk-in only; first-come, first-seated

8) Gallery 'Iolani

Gallery ‘Iolani
Open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.  FREE
Raku Ho'olaulea, an exhibition of raku ceramics.

2017 Event Map

Event Map

Event layout map
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