On Saturday, August 26, you can take part in the second annual Reno Aloha Festival in downtown Reno. The event, taking place in Wingfield Park, will offer an assortment of fun, refreshing foods and drinks, and educational activities that focus on Pacific Island culture. You can bring your kids in to enjoy the fun at Keiki Village, which will provide several interactive activities to capture their interest. You can also check out live music, shop for Polynesian merchandise, and even participate in a Samoan Fire Knife Dancing workshop! The Reno Aloha Festival provides family fun, while connecting you to the rich history and traditions found in the Pacific Islands.
The Reno Aloha Festival will take place on Saturday, August 26.
The event is being held in Reno’s Wingfield Park, which is located at 2 S Arlington Ave, Reno, NV.
The Reno Aloha Festival is FREE to attend! No admission charges will be requested. There will be vendors on site offering food, drinks, and crafts.
The event will offer workshops, vendors, foods and drinks, and a number of interactive performances. You can also bring your kids to Keiki Village, which will offer a range of fun, child-friendly interactive activities.
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