The “Bridge of Aloha” festival is focused on honoring the Hawaiian culture from afar and is all about connecting the bridge with other cultural groups in the Pacific Northwest. To share traditions, educate, and build friendship between communities.
Northwest Hawai’i ‘Ohana is a 501 c(4) non-profit organization who is about sharing the Aloha Spirit in the Northern Region of Washington State, in Whatcom and Skagit Counties. Our mission is to preserve, honor and perpetuate the unique blend of cultures found throughout the Hawaiian Islands. Each year we offer a post-secondary educational scholarship for the children of people from Hawai'i, in addition to two Cultural Scholarships to the membership.
Our goals are to share the many cultures of Hawai'i with our community through educational programs in local schools and civic events such as the “Bridge of Aloha Festival.”
Ticket to the event available at the door and for your convenience through Brown Paper Tickets. For more details, click on "purchase tickets" above or click on icon below.