LIHU‘E — This Friday, July 1, the Kaua‘i Veterans Center is the site of the Kaua‘i 1st Freedom Fest, from 3 to 9 p.m., described by organizers as “a celebration of freedom that lifts the hearts of the Kaua‘i people with hope and possibility of encouraging positive change for Kaua‘i.”
“Understanding that ‘local first’ means ‘people first,’ this event is free” to attend and free of charge to all, including local vendors who wish to participate, according to a press release.
Family friendly festivities include face painting, a climbing wall, bounce house, giant slide and more, along with novelty, craft and food vendors.
Speakers include human-rights attorney Leigh Dundas; Alaska state House Rep. candidate Kelly Nash; “The Prodigy,” former professional mixed martial and Brazilian jiu-jitsu expert and Hawai‘i gubernatorial candidate BJ Penn; “The People’s Mayor,” Kaua‘i mayoral candidate Megeso Denis; entrepreneur and business owner Jim Rosa; co-founder of For Our Rights Levana Lomma; entrepreneur and business owner and Kaua‘i County Council candidate Roy Saito; and Jural Assembly Coordinator and Moderator Pro Tem Dave Hamman.
Event topics for discussion will include human rights, medical freedom, ICLEI (Local Governments for Sustainability); Agendas 21 and 30, first and second amendment, voter integrity, common law and more.
The Kaua‘i Veterans Center exists to promote and enhance the delivery of benefits to all veterans, their families and dependents of those who have given their lives for their country.
For more information regarding the Kauai 1ST Freedom Fest, visit facebook.com/kauai1st.
Source: The Garden Island