The Jam Fest will be a free, day-long event featuring live music and entertainment, a lucky draw, arts and crafts, food, keiki zone, plant sale, cultural/educational demonstrations and exhibits, and a book drive for the school library.
There will be a silent and live auction with items ranging from a handcrafted Hawaiian pahu and ulumaika set, to island activities, handmade items, jewelry, art and more.
Entertainment will include special guest Lei‘ohu Ryder, Teomon & the Kryptones, Pekelo, Hālau Ka Pa Hula O Ka Ulu Koa “Hula Keiki,” Inside Out and Jah Residentz.
The Keiki Zone will include horse rides, train rides, bouncy castles, face painting, shave ice, popcorn and other family-fun activities. Day passes for Keiki Zone activities are available.
“The entire Maui community is invited,” said Ka Waianu o Hāloa Vice President Sari Powell. “We hope to raise enough funds to open, run and maintain the new Ke‘anae School for our kids.”
This is the first major fundraiser for the project, and Powell hopes it will be a success.