There still is room for a few more keiki ages 8-13 at the June 2-7 Okinawan Cultural Day Camp in Hilo. Please call Ruby Maekawa at 959-4855 or 895-6801 right away for more information. Here, students at a previous year’s camp practice on the sanshin. The annual camp is popular with children of all ethnic backgrounds and offers everything from hands-on Okinawan cooking to singing, dancing, karate and taiko. The camp is sponsored by Hui Okinawa and the Hawaii United Okinawa Association, and supported by the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts.
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