19 Jan News Release #38 – First annual 111-HAWAII PROJECT 2016 Free Workshop!
News Release #38 – First annual 111-HAWAII PROJECT 2016 Free Workshop!
Donation Presentation to Nā Kama Kai
Learn, Eat, and Enjoy Hawaii!
111-HAWAII PROJECT 2016 WORKSHOP
HONOLULU, Hawaii—January 28, 2016—The 111-HAWAII PROJECT will host its first annual “111-HAWAII PROJECT 2016 WORKSHOP” at Travel Plaza located at the Waikiki Shopping Plaza basement level. Come visit our main stage and various stations to experience learning, eating, and enjoying all things Hawaii! Made in Hawaii Talk show, Must-have Visitor Gift Guide, Hands-On Activities, Shopping Market, and plenty of Free Food Samples!
Date: 1/28/2016 10:00am – 3:30pm
Location: Travel Plaza (Waikiki Shopping Plaza basement level)
2250 Kalakaua Ave. Honolulu, HI 96815
Entrance Fee: FREE
This event is for local businesses to entertain and express gratitude to visitors with fun activities. Talk shows such as “Hand-Made Stories” by Aloha Street chief editor, Ritsuko Matsumoto and “Deep Hawaii” by Hawaii Scoop chief editor, Henashun. Various lectures about profound knowledge of Hawaii including “History of Hawaii Nikkei” by Hawaii Hochi Newspaper President, Taro Yoshida.
We will also have live sample learning sessions on Lomilomi Massage techniques. In addition, we will present the “Best of Made in Hawaii” in 5 categories such as Gifts, Foods and Fashions chosen by 14 local media companies, as well as a local information magazine corner.
At the Hawaiian food sample corner, there will be an assortment of popular foods including Peanut Butter Mochi, Taro Pancake, and Poke, as well as samples of Kona Coffee and Mamaki Tea. Ukulele performance, Hawaiian dancers, and even Hawaii’s mascot character, “‘Oli‘Oli Sun” will be there! We will also have a “Kids Drawing Corner”so please feel free to bring your kids!
* Download PDF of event flyer HERE
What is 111-HAWAII PROJECT?
A project to develop and sell various Made in Hawaii products with a single unified branding, while a portion of all sales will be donated to help lead the ecological growth of Hawaii. At the event, we will have a donation ceremony towards NPO “Na Kama Kai” who has been selected by Hawaii Tourism Japan as our donation recipient for 2015.
Nā Kama Kai: nakamakai.org