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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Ka la I ala hou ai ka Haku!

Easter is coming this Sunday and I thought you might be interested in how to say Happy Easter in Hawaiian. The literal translation is “The day of the rising of the Lord.”

Easter is what Christianity is all about. Jesus rose from the dead—the ultimate fulfillment of every prophecy abut Jesus.

So, how do you celebrate the occasion? I go to church and have a big dinner with family. When my kids were little we’d color eggs, do Easter egg hunts, eat tons of great food at Grandma and Grandpa’s house, and enjoy all the treats the bunny would leave. Kids and families in Hawaii celebrate in the same way.

There are train rides, parades, and lots of egg hunts, from Honolulu (on Oahu) to Hilo (on the big island of Hawaii.)

If you’d like more information on Easter Events in Hawaii, check out this site:

Hope you will celebrate the risen Lord with family and friends this Easter.

Aloha, and Mahalo for visiting!

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