Keiki Fest Family Fun Day at Kahilu Theatre

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Kahilu Theatre will present its Family Fun Day, in collaboration with Keiki Fest, on April 18 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Throughout the day, families can take the opportunity to enjoy a variety of activities and entertainment together, including live music from Life in Pursuit and performances by the award-winning Hiccup Circus.

Life in Pursuit is a three-piece group featuring brothers Chase and Carl Kauhane and their longtime friend, Ryan Higgins. The Hamakua Coast group has a beachy, laid-back, rhythm-based acoustic rock sond and writes their own songs. Currently the trio leads the worship service at their home church, Calvary Chapel Hamakua.

Hiccup Circus, based out of Puna, was established in 1984. Over the years, the group, with their stilt walking, juggling, magic, contortion, comedy, and unicycling, has been a regular feature at Big Island festivals and parades. The group has traveled across the state and has even made appearances on the West Coast of the United States. Two shows will be performed by the circus at the Kahilu Gallery at 10:30 a.m. and 12 p.m. During the morning hours, the group will walk through the festival and theatre.


In addition to the performances, Kahilu Theatre will offer activities such as hands-on origami and a pavement chalking contest, as well as free balloon animals, hula hooping and juggling. A food truck will be available outside the theatre and the Kahilu bar will be open serving coffee and soft drinks.

For more information on the free community event, visit the Kahilu Theatre’s website.


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