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2011 OAHU SCHEDULE OF
MAJOR PARADES AND STREET ACTIVITIES

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MAY 2011
May 1, 2011 Sunday
5:15AM Starts
9:30AM Ends
NORTH SHORE MARATHON sponsored by 808 Race. The event is expected to have 800 runners.  It will start at Haleiwa Rd., right onto Kam Hwy., right onto Waialua Beach Rd.,repeat 2 loops, left on Goodale Ave., right onto Farrington Hwy., towards Kaena Pt., to turnaround, onto Farrington Hwy., towards Haleiwa, right onto Kahui St, left onto Kanoulu St., right onto Kahui St., right onto Farrington Hwy., left onto Goodale Ave., right onto Wailua Beach Rd., left onto Haleiwa Rd., end at Alii Beach park  . Contact: Raul Boca 591-9839   For more info,  check out their website: http://808racehawaii.com/
May 1, 2011 Sunday
7:00AM Starts
9:00AM Ends
HONOLULU 5K RUN sponsored by Honolulu 5K. The event is expected to have 2,000 runners.  It will start at S. Beretania St., kkhd of Richards St –kkhd on Beretania – right onto Alapai St- onto South St – right onto Pohukaina St – right onto Punchbowl St - left onto King St -  left onto Richards St - right onto Queen St - right onto Bishop St - right onto Alakea St - left onto King St - left on Richards St.-right on Beretania St.- right on Punchbowl St.-into Finish area near old Hotel St. Contact: Steve Foster  864-0113  For more info,  check out their website: www.honolulu5K.org
May 1, 2011 Sunday
8:00AM Starts
2:00PM Ends
KALIHI HAND TOOL COMPETITION sponsored by Slim's Power Tools.  The event is expected to have 1,500+ participants.  Traffic will be diverted starting 3:00 pm 4/30/11 to 8:00 am 5/1/11 for setup. The event will close Republican Street, all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Libby St. to Kalihi St. Contact: Rand Okemura 841-0902 or 927-9995, Fax: 845-4180 Email: rjokemura@slimspowertools.com

May 5, 2011 Thursday
6:00PM Starts
10:00PM Ends

CINCO DE MAYO STREET FESTIVAL sponsored by Arts District Merchant Association. The event is expected to have 500+ participants.  The event will close: 1)HOTEL ST., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Smith to Bethel Sts., 2)NUUANU AVE. all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Chaplain Ln. to King St. Contact:  Kimi Morton Chun 561-1864, Email:  kimimchun@gmail.com  For more info, visit their website:  http//www.artsdistricthonolulu.com 

May 7, 2011 Saturday
9:00AM Starts
11:00AM End
s
FILIPINO PARADE & FIESTA sponsored by Filipino Community (FilCom) Center of Hawaii. The event is expected to have 1,000 marchers, 5 vehicles, 5 floats, & 5 bands.  It will start at Ft. DeRussy, to Kalakaua Ave., to Monsarrat Ave., end at Waikiki Shell Parking Lot in Queen Kapiolani Park.  Fiesta will be in Queen Kapiolani Park.  Contact:  Serafin "Jun" Colmenares 510-734-4491, Fax: 485-0390, E-mail:  juncolme@yahoo.com

May 14, 2011 Saturday
6:00AM Starts
12:30PM Ends

TRINITY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL BIATHLON sponsored by Trinity Christian School. The event is expected to have 60 participants. Swim- 520 yards begins at the last posted lifeguard stand on the Kailua Beach Park on the Lanikai end.  A floating marker will be posted to make the turn to transition.  Run:  It will start at Kailua Beach Park, Lanikai end parking lot, to Aalapapa Dr., counterclockwise around Lanika Lp. bike path, to Mokulua Dr., to end at Kailua Beach Park.  Contact:  Nancy Shaw 262-8501, Fax:  261-3916, E-mail:  mfellezs@tcskailua.net 

May 14, 2011 Saturday
9:00AM Starts
10:00AM Ends

WAHIAWA PINEAPPLE FESTIVAL PARADE sponsored by Wahiawa Historical Society. The event is expected to have 300 marchers, 15 vehicles & 3 bands.  It will start at Kaala Elementary School, to California Ave., to North Cane St., end at Center St.  Contact:  Elizabeth Smithe 621-7097 or Ernie Martin 228-7739, Fax:  676-9621
May 15, 2011 Sunday
6:00AM Starts
12Noon Ends

HONOLULU Triathlon RACE sponsored by USA Triathlon/Honolulu Triathlon Race Committee. The event is expected to have 1,500 participants.  Staggered wave start at 6:00 am.  Ala Moana Blvd, Nimitz Hwy, and Kamehameha Hwy makai side will be closed to traffic. Swim: Loop course (2X) just ewa of Magic Island, to end at Magic Island Swim/Bike Transition Bike: Magic Island Swim/Bike Transition area, to Ala Moana Park Rd., to Ala Moana Blvd., via ewa entrance/exit,  ewa on Ala Moana Blvd, makai half to Nimitz Hwy, ewa on Nimitz Hwy.,crossover to mauka side at Puuhale Rd., under the viaduct, ewa on Kam Hwy., crossover to makai side at Lagoon Dr.., ewa on Kam Hwy.,past airport, u turn at Arizona Rd.(Halawa Gate), kkhd on Kam Hwy., makai half right onto Lagoon Dr., makai on Lagoon Dr., kkhd most, makai bound lane,  to u turn at parking lot at dead end, mauka on Lagoon Dr., right onto Kam Hwy., kkhd on Kam Hwy., crossover to mauka side at Ahua St. ,onto Nimitz Hwy., crossover to makai side just kkhd of Sand Island Rd., kkhd on Nimitz Hwy.,  makai half to Ala Moana Blvd., makai half,  kkhd on Ala Moana Blvd., to ewa entr./exit, to Ala Moana Park Rd., to end at bike/run transition area near Magic Island  Run: Ala Moana Beach Park (Transition Area), to Park Rd.,cross over to Kewalo Basin, along the waterfront, circle back along park roads, past charter boat moorings, left onto road by Fishermens Wharf bar, right onto access road, left onto Ahui St., right into Kaakaako Park walkways, circle around past waterfront, left onto Ahui St., right onto access road, left onto road past Fishermens Wharf bar, right past charter boat moorings, back into Ala Moana Park, on Park Rd., back to Magic Island finish area., then to end at Magic Island area  finish line.  Contact: Honolulu Triathon, JJ Johnson 782-2161, Fax:  808-528-5066 Email: goprojj@hawaii.rr.com   For more info, visit their website:  http://www.honolulutriathlon.com/

May 16, 2011 Monday
6:00PM Starts
6:30PM Ends

POLICE WEEK MEMORIAL MARCH sponsored by Honolulu Police Department. The event is expected to have 100 marchers, 6 vehicles, & 1 band.  It will start at Police HQ, to Beretania St., to end at State Capitol grounds. Two (2) makai lanes will be closed from 5:30 pm for event staging.  Contact:  Lt. Mason Horiuchi,  677-1474  ext. 224  E-mail: mhoriuchi@honolulu.gov
May 20, 2011 Friday
6:00PM Starts
10:00PM Ends
SLOW ART FRIDAY BLOCK PARTY #5 sponsored by Arts District Merchants Assn. The event is expected to have 300+ participants.  The event will close PAUAHI ST., from Nuuanu Ave. to Bethel St.  Contact:  Kimi Morton Chun 561-1864, For more info, check out their website:  www.artsdistricthonolulu.com 
May 21, 2011 Saturday
6:00AM Starts
1:00PM End
s
33RD ANNUAL VISITOR INDUSTRY CHARITY walk sponsored by Hawaii Hotel Industry Assn. The event will have 9,000 runners/walkers.  It will start at Ala Moana Park's McCoy Pavilion Key Hole area, clockwise around Ala Moana Park, to Ala Moana Blvd., mauka sidewalk area, to Ala Wai  Promenade area, to Kalakaua  Ave., makai sidewalk area and curb lane, to Koko Hd side of Kapahulu Ave., to Ala Wai Blvd., mauka sidewalk and curb lane, to Seaside Ave., to Aloha Dr., to Lewers St., to Kalia Rd., to Ala Moana Blvd., to end at Ala Moana Park.  Contact: Tina Yamaki  923-0407  Fax: 924-3843  E-mail:  tyamaki@hawaiihotels.org  For more info, visit their website: http://www.charitywalkhawaii.org/  
May 21, 2011   Saturday
7:00AM Starts
10:00AM Ends
WAHIAWA PINEAPPLE RUN sponsored by Central Oahu CPO Association. The event is expected to have 1,500 runners/walkers It will start at Kaala Elementary School on Mahele St., circle the school heading South to California Ave., to Anoni St., to Kilani Ave., to Kam Hwy., to Kaukonahua Rd., to Kamananui Rd., to Wilikina Dr., to Kam Hwy., to California Ave., to Mahele St., to end at Kaala Elementary Schoon on Mahele St.  Contact:  Christopher Andresen 653-5495.  E-mail Christopher.andresen@navy.mil  
May 27, 2011 Friday to 
May 30, 2011 Monday

5:00AM Starts
7:30PM Ends
MEMORIAL DAY PARKING RESTRICTIONS sponsored by City and County of Honolulu.  Parking will be prohibited on: 1) APIO LANE, both sides. 2) NUUANU AVENUE, Ewa side, Robinson Lane to Judd Street, 3) ROBINSON LANE, both sides, 4) 22nd AVENUE, Ewa side, 100 feet in both direction from the driveway of Diamond Head Memorial Park,  5) EAST MANOA ROAD, Koko Head side, from the makai apex of the triangle to the gates of the Old Chinese Cemetery,  6) CRAIGSIDE PLACE, mauka side, from Nuuanu Avenue to the driveway into Nuuanu Memorial Park. 7)PUOWAINA DRIVE, both sides, between Hookui Street and the gates to the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl., 8) HOOKUI STREET, both sides, between Puowaina Drive and Auwaiolimu Street. Contact: DTS-TST Div. 768-8391  
May 27, 2011 Friday
6:30PM Starts
9:00PM Ends

TROY BARBOZA LAW ENFORCEMENT TORCH RUN sponsored by Special Olympics Hawaii.  The event is expected to have 2,000 participants in relay teams, escorted by HPD.  Run:  It will start at Ft. DeRussy Park on Maluhia Rd., to Kalia Rd., to Ala Moana Blvd., to Kalakaua Ave., to Kapahulu Ave., to Old Waialae Rd., to Kalei Rd., to Lower Campus Rd., to end at Les Murakami Stadium.  Walk:  It will start at First Hawaiian Bank on Kapahulu Ave., Old Waialae Rd., Kalei Rd., Lower Campus Rd., to end at Les Murakami Stadium.  Contact:  Ben Moszkowicz 368-0680.  For more info, visit their website: http://www.specialolympicshawaii.org/index.html

May 28, 2011 Saturday
12:00N Starts
10:00PM Ends

METAL MANA STREET FESTIVAL sponsored by Kapua Productions/Fisher House. The event is expected to have 500+ participants.  The event will close: 1)MERCHANT ST., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Nuuanu Ave to Bethel Sts., 2)NUUANU AVE. all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from King St. to Nimitz Hwy., 3)MARIN ST., from Smith St. to Nuuanu Ave. Lanes will be closed from 10 am for setup.  Contact: Ronald Rod 551-7667, For more info, visit their website:  http//www.metalmana.com 

May 28, 2011 Saturday
7:00PM Starts
8:30PM Ends

HOLY GHOST SANTO CRISTO PARADE sponsored by Brotherhood of Punchbowl Holy Ghost Church. The event is expected to have 40 participants.  It will start at Holy Ghost Church at Puowaina Dr., to Kamamalu Ave., to San Antonio Ave., and back to Holy Ghost Church.  Contact:  Diane Leong 484-0218, E-mail:  leongdiane@yahoo.com
May 29, 2011  Sunday
6:00AM Starts
9:00AM Ends
HIBISCUS HALF MARATHON sponsored by The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society/Boca Hawaii.  The event is to have 800 runners.  It will start at Kapiolani Park, to Kalakaua Ave.,  to Monsarrat Ave., to Paki Ave., to Diamond Hd. Rd., to 18th Ave., to Kilauea Ave., to Waialae Ave., to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Kealaolu Ave., to Kahala Ave., to Diamond Hd. Rd., to Kalakaua Ave., to end at Honolulu Marathon Finish line.  Contact:  Raul Torres of Boca Hawaii LLC 223-2622, E-mail: info@bocahawaii.com For further info, check their website:  http://www.bocahawaii.com/
May 30, 2011 Monday
6:30PM Starts
8:30PM Ends
SHINNYO-EN LANTERN FLOATING CEREMONY (TORO NAGASHI) sponsored by Na Lei Aloha Foundation/Shinnyo-en Hawaii. The event is expected to have 30,000+ participants in Ala Moana Beach Park.  Various traffic controls in and around Ala Moana Park may be implemented as early as 6 am.  Ewa Entrance will be closed to inbound traffic.  Avoid this area if possible, use alternate routes. Contact: Tom Nishiyama or Roy Kurata of Shinnyo-En Hawaii 955-5290, Fax:  941-0329, E-mails:  tomnishi@lava.net or kurata@lava.net  For more info, visit their website: http://www.lanternfloatinghawaii.com/


The above is based on the most current information available, last updated on date shown below.   TST Division, Department of Transportation Services  Phone: 808-768-8390  Fax: 808-768-4446  Email:  mkikuchi@honolulu.gov

Last Reviewed: Wednesday, September 07, 2011