2017 KAIMUKI CHRISTMAS PARADE
Our 71st Parade!
Thursday, December 7, 2017
Waialae Avenue from 3rd to Koko Head
Mahalo to everyone who made our 71st parade another success!
2018 DATES TO REMEMBER
August 1, 2018 - Registration starts for 2018 parade.
November 2, 2018 - Deadline to register for 2018 parade.
See PHOTOS HERE.
Have questions or want to be a sponsor? Contact us!
T-SHIRTS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS
Help support Kaimuki youth!
WATCH FOR OUR NEXT POP-UP SALE!
One of the principal ways the KBPA raises money for our scholarship fund is through sales of "I Love Kaimuki" T-shirts.
Designs reflect Kaimuki town in both modern and historical perspectives. Our 2017 design featured the King Kalakaua Kaimuki Ostrich Farm! Our 2018 design shirts will be available soon.
Want one now? Buy yours at Surf N Hula, 3588 Waialae - or online.
Are you the artistic type? We're always looking for new designs. Send yours to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All proceeds from T-shirt sales benefit the KBPA Scholarship Fund.
AS SEEN IN THE HONOLULU STAR-ADVERTISER'S "FIVE THINGS WE LOVE" FEATURE. Read here!
WE'VE ADOPTED KAIMUKI PARK
Watch for next clean-up event!
Brooms, Rakes & Paint Brushes
and volunteers can sure make a difference
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! See photos here.
Watch for details about our next clean-up and how you can get involved.
MAHALO TO OUR VOLUNTEERS
We couldn't do it without you!
CLICK HERE TO SEE A PARTIAL LIST OF VOLUNTEERS WHO HELP MAKE KBPA EVENTS A SUCCESS!
If you see an event that you'd like to help work on, please let us know! We're always looking for volunteers for our upcoming events. Whether you're good at knocking at doors, pushing a broom, pouring wine, selling t-shirts, posting on social media, or directing parade floats - your help is invaluable. Send us an email if you can help out!
KBPA, in partnership with Ohana Broadcasting and Rainbow Sales & Marketing present “Eat2K: A Benefit for Aloha Harvest.”
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.
10a - 3pm
SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY
Food • Drinks • Shopping • Fun
Saturday, November 25, 2017
Kaimuki Park - Waialae Avenue
KBPA, along with American Express, EnVision Kaimuki, Ten Tomorrow, Public Pet and 94.7 KUMU presented Small Business Saturday on the day after Black Friday. Lots of people from around the Island came out to support Kaimuki shops, restaurants and services. We'll provided valet parking, a free trolley on Waialae, prizes, entertainment at the park and fun all day!
Participating Kaimuki businesses offered specials all day.
94.7 KUMU was on hand throughout the day at Kaimuki Park with lots of free goodies and prizes from businesses.
If you're a merchant and would like to participate next year, let us know!