Learn hula dance and how to make Hawaiian crafts. Take a cultural workshop. Relax outdoors to live music from award-winning artists, shop vendor booths, and sip a drink or two in the beer garden.
It’s the 19th annual Four Days of Aloha celebration in Vancouver, Washington, Thursday-Sunday, July 22-25. This year, the dance lessons and workshops will be held at Groove Nation Performing Arts at 3000 Columbia House Boulevard, #107. The other events will be at Esther Short Park at West 6th and Columbia Streets in downtown Vancouver.
This year for the first time, admission will be charged for the festival. Tickets start at $7 per person, ages 11 and older, for a one-day pass. A three-day pass costs $72 per person. Ages 10 and younger are admitted free, but registration is required.
For more information, to buy tickets, and to register for classes and workshops, go to 4daysofaloha.com.