The 8th annual Manu O Ku Festival is just days away! Make plans to join the growing Manu O Ku Ohana on the grounds of the Iolani Palace from 10AM to 2PM this Saturday, May 6. There will be booths manned by several of the groups and organizations that are working together to help Honoluluʻs official bird thrive in our urban environment. And there will be performances of Hawaiian dance and music, including a free mini concert by ukulele virtuosos Corey Fujimoto and Kalei Gamiao. And there will games and prizes for keiki. The guests of honor - the Manu O Ku - are already there, a half dozen tending eggs and chicks in trees on the Palace grounds. So bring the whole family and come join in this yearʻs celebration of our Manu O Ku!