The 30th annual St. John's Kula Festival will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the church, located at 8992 Kula Highway.
To commemorate the first festival in 1982, there will be '80s-related festivities including old photos and artifacts and a prize for the best '80s costume. Anyone who has old photos is invited to submit them.
Festivities will include food, kids' games, face painting, Kula produce, plants and cut flowers, crafts, silent auction, baked goods, gift baskets and more.
Live entertainment will include Napua Makua with Halau Hula Na Lei Kaumaka O Uka, Namaka and Ella Cosma, Christy Fell, Bobby Jo Curley, SideTracks and others.
Event proceeds will benefit local nonprofits. To date, the event has raised approximately $150,000 to various community organizations. This year's proceeds will benefit Friends of the Children's Justice Center and Neighbors Helping Neighbors.
Admission is free; donations are welcome. For more information, to volunteer or to donate silent auction items, call 878-1485.