If it's summer, it must be International Arts Carnival time, when a wide spectrum of performers gather to entertain, thrill and delight the younger members of the community, and many older ones too. Among the varied performances included in this year's line-up is a show by three generations of ukulele players hailing from Hawaii. The music will be a mix of jazz, R&B, Hawaiian, Latin, Brazilian, Bach and Flamenco performed by players Herb Ohta Jr., Taimane (pictured), and Chris Kamaka, accompanied by some of the island's famed hula dancers.


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