Day at Queen Emma Summer Palace
September 22, 2018 –
Enjoy ono Hawaiian food, listen to colorful island music and have fun learning about local traditional crafts at the Daughters of Hawai‘i 42nd Annual Day at Queen Emma Summer Palace! This one day festival promises lively entertainment, food booths, cultural demonstrations, artisan crafts, and the opportunity to explore the historic summer home of Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV in Nu‘uanu Valley. There will also be family friendly fun including Keiki Krafts, shaved ice, and the Daughters’ popular, homemade Jams-n-Jellies and bake sale.
COME OUT AND VISIT FOR THE DAY to support the Daughters and their mission to preserve two of Hawai‘i's cherished royal homes, Queen Emma Summer Palace on O‘ahu and Hulihe‘e Palace on Hawai‘i Island.
ADMISSION is $7 General; $1 Keiki 6 to 12 years; FREE for Keiki under 6 years; entrance to the Summer Palace is included with a paid admission.
PARKING IS FREE and located behind the Summer Palace on the grass at Nu‘uanu Park and at adjacent churches.
For more information about the event, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 595-6291.