The Annual Hakalau Bay Paka Aloha Aina Day is part of a continuing public awareness and educational campaign designed to inform communities of the key role they play in protecting and preserving Hawaii’s parks and coastal regions. Events include the Hakalau Hang-10 (a keiki -to-age-12 surf contest), face painting, dancing, music, food and educational booths. Our festival celebrates and embraces the value of aloha honua and malama aina.
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Hakalau Bay Paka
Aloha Aina Day
Each year, Bradda Skibs of Basic Image and the Hakalau Paka crew, headed by Skippa Butts, organize a festival to celebrate the past year’s work to restore Hakalau Bay Paka, and recognize volunteers who work to make our Bay and community better. It is a day to focus on our keiki and promote the importance of our recreational and cultural resources.
Photos courtesy of Amanda Lemes and Julie Goettsch