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November 2019
Saturday, November 30th
5:00pm

KAPOLEI CITY LIGHTS & WEST O'AHU ELECTRIC LIGHT PARADE
Saturday, November 30, 2019
Opening Evening Event: 5:00pm-9:00pm (Ulu'Ohi'a Street and Kapolei Hale)
Parade: 6:00pm-7:00pm  (Kapolei Parkway)

Join the fun as a parade participant, food vendor, retailer or sponsor!
Food Vendor: $250
Retail Vendor: $100
Parade Participant: $250 (vehicle, walking unit, float)
$1000 Sponsor -or- $2500 Sponsor -or- $5000 Sponsor 
(+Parade Entry, Option for a booth, logo inclusion, sponsor mentions, A Tree in Santa's Hale and MORE)
+taxes and fees
Vending to occur on Ulu'Ohi'a Street 

 


March 2020
Saturday, March 14th
3:00pm

Kapālama Kai Street Fest
The Kapālama Kai Street Fest will include the top food trucks, music, cultural activities and games for the whole family.

The purpose of the event is to bring the kamaʻāina to the area, experience the possibilities of the Kapālama Kai vision, gain community input for the revitalization of the district, and celebrate the rich history and diversity of the area.

There are a limited number of booths available, and reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. 

To prepare for the event, please be advise of the following schedule:
• March 13 – Closure barricades deployed on Kōhou Street and Kaumuali‘i Street
• March 14 at 3 p.m. – There will be no street parking
• March 14 at 8:30 a.m. – Closure of roads at Kōhou Street and Kaumuali‘i Street
• March 15 at 12 a.m. – Roads reopen

Kapālama Kai Plan
The Kapālama Kai Plan updates the long-term vision and use of Kamehameha Schools’ 105 acres of commercial lands in the Kapālama region. As a community, Kapālama Kai will be a place of transformation where aina serves as a foundation of connectivity and access, enabling an inclusive mixed-use community of families. The community will be a conduit for industry and commerce, building on the area’s proven performance as an economic resource and job center to host new ventures. Being centrally located near a number of educational institutions, Kapālama Kai will create opportunities that advance educational outcomes, enable servant leaders, and amplify impacts for ‘ohana and communities within and beyond the region. To learn more, visit www.kapalamakai.com.

2019
October
November 1
December

2020
January
February
March 1
April
May
June
July
August
September
Kapālama Kai Street Festival

Kapālama Kai Street Festival


Kapālama Kai Street Fest
The Kapālama Kai Street Fest will include the top food trucks, music, cultural activities and games for the whole family.

The purpose of the event is to bring the kamaʻāina to the area, experience the possibilities of the Kapālama Kai vision, gain community input for the revitalization of the district, and celebrate the rich history and diversity of the area.

There are a limited number of booths available, and reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. 

To prepare for the event, please be advise of the following schedule:
• March 13 – Closure barricades deployed on Kōhou Street and Kaumuali‘i Street
• March 14 at 3 p.m. – There will be no street parking
• March 14 at 8:30 a.m. – Closure of roads at Kōhou Street and Kaumuali‘i Street
• March 15 at 12 a.m. – Roads reopen

Kapālama Kai Plan
The Kapālama Kai Plan updates the long-term vision and use of Kamehameha Schools’ 105 acres of commercial lands in the Kapālama region. As a community, Kapālama Kai will be a place of transformation where aina serves as a foundation of connectivity and access, enabling an inclusive mixed-use community of families. The community will be a conduit for industry and commerce, building on the area’s proven performance as an economic resource and job center to host new ventures. Being centrally located near a number of educational institutions, Kapālama Kai will create opportunities that advance educational outcomes, enable servant leaders, and amplify impacts for ‘ohana and communities within and beyond the region. To learn more, visit www.kapalamakai.com.

March 14th, 2020 @ 3:00pm
2019 Kapolei City Lights - Kalikimaka Hikimoe

2019 Kapolei City Lights - Kalikimaka Hikimoe


KAPOLEI CITY LIGHTS & WEST O'AHU ELECTRIC LIGHT PARADE
Saturday, November 30, 2019
Opening Evening Event: 5:00pm-9:00pm (Ulu'Ohi'a Street and Kapolei Hale)
Parade: 6:00pm-7:00pm  (Kapolei Parkway)

Join the fun as a parade participant, food vendor, retailer or sponsor!
Food Vendor: $250
Retail Vendor: $100
Parade Participant: $250 (vehicle, walking unit, float)
$1000 Sponsor -or- $2500 Sponsor -or- $5000 Sponsor 
(+Parade Entry, Option for a booth, logo inclusion, sponsor mentions, A Tree in Santa's Hale and MORE)
+taxes and fees
Vending to occur on Ulu'Ohi'a Street 

 

November 30th, 2019 @ 5:00pm