Bringing people together to enhance life in Kaimuki
Eat2K is a foodcentric pedestrian grazing event incorporating 15-30 food vendors! Participants will start at EAT2K headquarters on 11th Avenue, get a map and then work their way along the 2-kilometer route through Kaimuki, stopping at restaurants and purchasing samples of favorite dishes along the way.
The course will also feature entertainment from Ohana DJs from 93.1, KUMU 94.7, 102.7 da Bomb and Alt 105.9.
It’s sure to be a fun day for participants and an excellent opportunity for Kaimuki restaurants to show off their best creations!
If you're a restaurateur (or know one), we'd love to have your participate. The cost to restaurants is only $25, along with providing their food for the event. Participating restaurants will get listed on all EAT2K materials, on social media and on Ohana Broadcast stations.
For restaurants to participate, just send us an email and we'll get all the information to you.
T-SHIRTS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS
Watch for our next pop-up t-shirt sale!
Throughout the year, we sell commemorative Kaimuki T-Shirts to raise money for our scholarship fund. They come in a variety of styles, colors and sizes and are everything you're looking for in a t-shirt! As an added bonus: we're blowing out our remaining KBPA Aloha Shirts. Stop by our next sale and get one for a song and know that all the proceeds from our T-Shirt sales go to scholarships for Kaimuki-area students.
You can also order online or purchase at SURF 'N HULA, 3588 Waialae in Kaimuki
Our 2018 Membership Drive is underway and our membership directory is being updated for the new year.
Interested in becoming a KBPA member?
Membership dues for KBPA help fund projects throughout the year that benefit the businesses and residents of Kaimuki: the annual Christmas Parade, the Puu O Kaimuki Christmas Tree, our scholarship program, park clean-ups, t-shirt sales and other events throughout the year.
we've adopted kaimuki park!
Throughout the year, we hold clean-ups at Kaimuki Park on Waialae Avenue, picking up litter, removing graffiti, painting, weeding and sprucing-up with lots of aloha!
Our last clean-up was on Saturday, October 28th and we'd like to thank all of the people who came out to help. Mahalo!
Watch for details about our next clean-up and how you can get involved.