The entire plaza is decorated, Hawaiian style.
There is live entertainment by local bands, a pig roast, raffle prizes and much more. Visitors are encouraged to "dress Hawaiian" and many of them do.
The employees of the plaza's shops also dress the part.
I could feel this poor fellow's pain.
The mascot for the Arizona Sundogs hockey team showed up and posed for pictures.
Security is provided by the Arizona Rangers in their natty all-black uniforms.
That's probably a pretty good thing considering some of the other employees and their costumes. If you're not an admirer of the female form you might want to look away. But you'll be missing something. After all, it's Hawaiian, right?
This young lass was getting a compliment from a female customer on her red hair. One of her male co-workers commented "Don't worry, no one's going to notice it today."
I asked this young lady to pose as I wanted a picture of her tree. She commented, "that's one I've never heard!" But she posed.
What can I say . . . but . . . aloha! Oy!