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Aloha Week

In 1946, a group of Jaycees staged a grassroots cultural celebration reminiscent of the Makahiki season of ancient Hawaii. The group wanted to honor Hawaii's special heritage and celebrate the aloha spirit that the Islands are widely known for.

The initial festival was called "Aloha Week" and included a parade, pageants, hula shows and services at Kawaiahao Church in Honolulu. Expanded to the Aloha Festivals in 1991, the event now encompasses some 300 events on six islands spanning a two-month period and is the inspiration behind this polo.

  • 100% cotton pique
  • Machine wash
  • Piece dye
  • Overprint
  • Kona Wind polo
  • Size: XS-2XL

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