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Koloa Plantation Days festival, Kauai, Hawaii. Photo (c) Ron Kosen/Photospectrum.
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Yes, we are committed to participate in this year's annual celebration! We will provide the following monetary contribution to Koloa Plantation Days, Inc.:

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The Koloa Plantation Days Celebration had its early beginnings in 1985 as a one day event commemorating the establishment of Hawaii's first sugar mill in the town of Koloa in 1835. Twenty-five years later, the Celebration spans a nine day period and includes over eighteen family-oriented events showcasing the area's diverse cultural and historical significance. There has been a tremendous amount of support from all sectors of the community for this annual Celebration. Our goal is to increase the awareness of Koloa's rich and diverse heritage through our numerous and varied events which are cultural, educational and recreational in nature.

Koloa Plantation Days receives financial support from companies and organizations as well as the Hawaii Tourism Authority to bring this community event to life. Each year we strive to make better than the last, which has helped grow this event to one of the state's major festivals. All sponsors will be acknowledged in communications.

To contribute, please complete the commitment form securely online, or click here to print and mail with your check to Koloa Plantation Days, Inc., P.O. Box 427, Koloa, Hawaii 96756 at your earliest convenience.

If you require further information, please do not hesitate to call our Event Coordinator, Melissa McFerrin at 652-3217 or mmcferri@yahoo.com. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Best regards,

Melissa McFerrin, Event Coordinator
Arryl Kaneshiro, President,
Koloa Plantation Days