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  • The Many People Behind Punahou Carnival

    Nina ’18, Adeline ’18 and Kyler ’18
    Posted January 20, 2017

    Punahou Carnival is a place where people from all over the island can come together and have a great time, whether it's riding on rides or eating the famous Portuguese Bean Soup. The main purpose of this event is to raise money for student financial aid.

  • E.K. Fernandez Introduces Fun Pass for Carnival 2017

    Amerlie ’18
    Posted January 10, 2017

    This year at Punahou Carnival, Back to The ’50s, there’s a hot new item: Fun Passes! The E.K. Fernandez Fun Pass is a card you can buy and fill with credits to use on E.K. Fernandez attractions.

  • Carnival Webcasts Rewind the Time Online

    Katie Natori ’17
    Posted February 1, 2016

    During Carnival this year, the Video booth will join forces with Punavision, the School’s student-run video production club, to host a live webcast of the event. Starting at 11:00 a.m. Friday, Feb. 5, watch the opening of Carnival and other festivities live at www.punahou.edu/webcasts.

  • Juniors Rewind Time for Carnival 2016

    Kai Faurot ’17
    Posted January 8, 2016

    The annual event that has grown to become a state affair takes an entire junior class and a small army of volunteers to put on. This year, Punahou's Class of 2017 comes together to create the highly anticipated Punahou Carnival.

  • Carnival Arts and Crafts Booth Invites Donations of Baked Goods

    Ethan Murakami ’17
    Posted November 30, 2015

    Most know Carnival to be the time where the junior class collaborates to put together booths and get ready for the two big days in the beginning of February. While many may believe that prep starts with making the numerous jars of mango chutney, lilikoi butter and red pepper jelly, there's a lot more to Carnival planning than meets the eye.

  • An Onolicious History of Carnival Food Booths

    Laura Hollison ’16
    Posted January 29, 2015

    Warm, sugary malasadas, mango chutney with a sweet-and-spicy flavor, delicious teri cheeseburgers and hearty Portuguese bean soup are only some of the many foods served at the annual Punahou Carnival. However, the history behind a few of these foods is something you can really sink your teeth into.

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