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World Fireknife Competition

World Fireknife Competition

Submitted by:Delsa Moe, VP – Cultural Presentations 

Fire Knife

World Fireknife Competition

This week marks the beginning of the 28th World Fireknife Championships. After an unfortunate cancellation last year of this internationally popular event due to COVID, it is exciting to be able to hold a competition this year.

Wed, April 28, 6:30 pm, Pacific Theater

Juniors and Intermediate divisions competition

Awards ceremony to immediately follow

Wed, May 5, 6:30 pm, Pacific Theater

Men’s division preliminaries and finals

Awards ceremony to immediately follow

(Women’s competition canceled due to lack of minimum number of required competitors)

Ticket Prices

  • Adults – $10
  • Children – $8
  • Employees w/ID – $6

Tickets are limited to only 800 tickets per night for the Pacific Theater venue so purchase them online at www.worldfireknife.com, or call the Contact Center at 808-293-3333 to buy over the phone or buy them directly from the Ticketing Office before they sell out. Events will also be live-streamed. See PCC’s Facebook page for the link.

Good luck to all of our warriors for 2021.

 

Job Openings at the Polynesian Cultural Center

Submitted by:  Eric Workman, Vice President & CMO 

As we move into the next phase of reopening the Polynesian Cultural Center we have several job openings available now and more coming soon.  Will you please invite your friends and family members to take a look at the jobs available at PCC? It is easy to apply online.  Refer them to Polynesia Application: 

There are even some jobs available for high school students. As we will be opening up the Islands and the new Gateway Buffet Experience on April 26th,   we recommend they apply now if they want to work during the summer. We need these students to be trained and ready to go in preparation for summer. 

Here are just a few of the job openings available right now: 

  • Pounders Restaurant—Front and Back of House Jobs 
  • Emcees for the Ali’I Luau and New Gateway Buffet dining experience 
  • Food Service Workers in the New Gateway Buffet dining experience 
  • Retail Sales positions in the Hukilau Marketplace 
  • Musicians 
  • Cultural Demonstrator Guides in the Islands of the Polynesian 

And more 

Mahalo for all you are doing as a member of the PCC Ohana to help the Center get going again and thank you for inviting others to come join our Ohana. 

 

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April 19-24 2021 Covid 19 Update

Here are last week’s COVID-19 testing results.

 

Active Shooter Procedures

Submitted by:  Elder Davis

With the recent shootings around the mainland, please take these procedures seriously.

  • In the event of a violent crime on PCC grounds such as an active shooter, evacuate and run away from the incident only if you can do so safely.
  • If you cannot run away, then you need to shelter in place and hide.
  • Be prepared to defend yourself or others by identifying weapons (sticks, rocks, etc.) that can be utilized for self-defense.

If you are in a building you should:

  • Silence your phone
  • Turn off your lights
  • Lock the door
  • Close the windows
  • Hide in a location not visible from the inside or outside of the room

In the event, the perpetrator breaks into your hiding place utilize any and all means possible to fight for your life and safety. If you can remain hidden wait in the place of shelter until the police find you or until you get an all-clear. If the police enter your hiding place, it is important to keep your hands visible, refrain from screaming and follow their directions.