The Hawaii Hispanic Heritage Festival is an annual event in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month. It is brought to you by Hawaii Hispanic Heritage Festival and Events, Alma Latina Productions, The Hispanic Community and the City and County of Honolulu.
It’s a FREE Family Affair including live entertainment, food booths, crafters, cultural displays, specialty booths, children’s activities, health agencies and more! The net festival proceeds will fund scholarships for Hispanic College Students in Hawaii. If interested in becoming a vendor or sponsor, please contact Nancy Ortiz, Festival Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 808-285-0072.
An official Preliminary Scholarship Pageant to Miss Hawaii/Miss America Pageant
The Miss Latina Hawaii Scholarship Pageant was established to provide Latin women of Hawaii the opportunity to grow as well rounded individuals through participation skills and showcasing their talents.
Learn more visit: misslatinahawaii.com
Hawaii’s Hispanic Community celebrates Cinco De Mayo with a Celebration Block Party event on (First Friday) May 5th, 2017. Bringing it back to Chinatown after 10 years, where it all began. This free event is open to the public!
The Cinco de Mayo Cultural Block Party specifically highlights Honolulu’s connection to all the beautiful colors, dances, arts, music, folklore and cuisine of Latin America. Local Mexican and Puerto Rican restaurants will feature seasonal specialties, alongside Honolulu’s Landmark establishments.
All details available at www.cantinacrawlhawaii.com
Or visit: Cinco de Mayo Facebook Event Page