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On Saturday, July 2, The Lāna‘i Community Association put on another great Pineapple Festival. Both community members and visitors from the neighbor islands gathered in Dole Park for this annual event, which celebrates Lāna’i’s rich pineapple history. Expeditions offered a late ferry back home, so that residents and visitors from Maui could come in for the day and enjoy the festivities – ono food, crafts and games, live entertainment, hula performances, and more.

 

At 9:00 p.m. sharp, the sky over Lāna’i City was filled with gorgeous fireworks. Keiki played into the dark hours, while adults visited and talked story, and Lāna’i’s own Rayton Lamay added some flair with his lively emcee skills. Our unique history is celebrated each summer, thanks to the efforts of Lāna’i Community Association and other sponsor organizations. Over the past 40 years, the event has evolved but the purpose remains the same; to bring the community together with pride, happiness and aloha. 

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