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2011 OAHU SCHEDULE OF
MAJOR PARADES AND STREET ACTIVITIES

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OCTOBER 2011

October 2, 2011 Sunday
6:00AM Starts
9:00AM Ends

WINDWARD 25K RACE sponsored by Mid-Pacific Road Runners Club.  The event is expected to have 500 runners.  Start: Kailua Beach Park on Kalaheo Ave. near Kailua Rd., towards Lanikai, to Kawailoa Rd., to Alala Rd., u-turn, to Mokulua Dr., to Aalapapa Dr., to Mokulua Dr., to Kawailoa Rd., to Kalaheo Ave., to Mokapu Blvd., to Kaneohe MCBH, to Harris Ave., to Middaugh, to Daly, u-turn, and to finish at start.   Contact:  John Simonds 373-3609, Email: simondsj001@hawaii.rr.com 

October 2, 2011 Sunday
10:00AM Starts
3:00PM Ends

CHILDREN & YOUTH DAY sponsored by State of Hawaii/City and County of Honolulu. The event is expected to have 4,000+ participants.  Traffic will be diverted starting 7:30 am for setup. The event will close PUNCHBOWL ST., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Beretania St. to King St. Contact: Suzanne Chun Oakland's office  586-6130
October 7, 2011 Friday
6:00PM Starts
10:00PM Ends

ONCE IN A BLUE MOON STREET FEST #2 sponsored by Indigos Inc. The event is expected to have 250+ participants.  Traffic will be diverted starting 6 pm for event. The event will close 1) NUUANU AVE., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Chaplain Ln to Hotel St.  2) PAUAHI ST., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Smith St to Bethel St.  Contact: Judith Rod 551-7667, Email: kapuaproductionsinc@gmail.com]

October 14, 2011 Friday
4:00PM Starts
5:00PM Ends

NANAKULI HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMING PARADE sponsored by Nanakuli  High School .The event is expected to have 100 marchers, 20 vehicles, 4 mini floats, 1 band.  It will start at Pua Ave., left onto Nanakuli Ave., mauka on Nanakuli Ave., end at NHS parking lot. Contact: Jean Nishi 668-5823 Ext. 344, Fax: 668-5828, E-mail:  jean_nishi@notes.k12.hi.us

October 16, 2011 Sunday
7:00AM Starts
9:30AM End
s
RACE FOR THE CURE WALK/RUN sponsored by Susan B. Komen Foundation. The event is expected to have 6,000+ runners. It will start at Kalakaua Ave., makai side near Queen Surf Beach, to Dillingham Fountain, to Kalakaua Ave., mauka side, cross Monsarrat Ave., to Kalakaua Ave., to Kapahulu Ave., to Paki Ave., to Kalakaua Ave., mauka side, to end at Honolulu Marathon Finish Line near Bandstand.  Contact: LorrieAnn Santos 754-6659, E-mail: Lsantos@queens.org  For more info, visit their website:  http://www.raceforthecurehawaii.org/
October 21, 2011 Friday
6:00PM Starts
10:00PM End
s

SLOW ART FRIDAY FESTIVAL #10 sponsored by Arts District Merchants Association. The event is expected to have 250+ participants.  Traffic will be diverted starting 6 pm for event. The event will close PAUAHI AVE., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Bethel St. to Nuuanu Ave.  Contact:  Kimi Morton Chun 561-1864, Fax: 521-2923, For more info, visit their website:  http//www.artsdistricthonlulu.com

October 22, 2011 Saturday
10:00AM Starts
10:00PM End
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NON STOP KAKAAKO BLOCK PARTY sponsored by Street Grindz. The event is expected to have 1,000 participants.  Traffic will be diverted starting 7 am for event. The event will close: 1)AUAHI ST., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Coral St. to Keawe St., 2)CORAL ST., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Ala Moana Blvd. to Auahi St., 3)KEAWE ST., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Coral St. to Keawe St.,   Contact: Poni Askew 780-9288  Email: streetgrindz@gmail.com 
October 23, 2011 Sunday
5:00AM Starts
9:00AM End
s
808 HAWAII RACE 30K RUN sponsored by RRCA/Mid Pacific Roadrunners Club/Niketown. The event is expected to have 800 runners. It will start at Kalakaua Ave., to Monsarrat Ave., to Paki Ave., to Diamond Hd Rd., to 18th Ave., to Kilauea Ave., to Waialae Ave., to Kalanianaole Hwy.,  turnaround at Keahole St., to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Kealaolu Ave., to Kahala Ave., to Diamond Hd Rd., to Kalakaua Ave., to Queen Kapiolani Park Bandstand/Hon Marathon Finish. Contact:  John Simonds 373-3609 or Siul Michel 383-7984, For more info visit their website: http://www.mprrc.com/
October 29, 2011 Saturday
7:30AM Starts
9:30AM End
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2ND ANNUAL GEN "HOWLIN MAD" SMITH 5K RUN sponsored by USMC Corps Forces. The event is expected to have 200 runners.  It will start at Kailua Beach Park, then onto Mokulua Dr., to Aalapapa Dr. bike path clockwise, finish at Kailua Beach park.  Contact John Bandy 589-6695, Email: john.r.bandy@usmc.mil  
October 29, 2011 Saturday
9:00AM Starts
3:00PM End
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CELEBRATE KAIMUKI KANIKAPILA STREET FAIR sponsored by the KBPA Foundation. The event is expected to have 3,000 participants.  The event will close Waialae Ave., all lanes, from 11th to Koko Head Aves from 6 am to 4 pm.  Contact: Daniel Yokoo 739-5272  Fax: 733-2580, E-mail:  info@celebratekaimuki.com,  For more info, visit their website:  www.celebratekaimuki.com
October 29, 2011 Saturday
3:30PM Starts
10:00PM End
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TASTE OF WAIPAHU STREET FESTIVAL sponsored by Waipahu Community Association. The event is expected to have 3,000 participants.  The event will close Malakele St.,between Mokuola and Waipahu St. and Malakele Pl., Malakele St to dead end, all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Hikimoe St to Waipahu St. from 12n to 12mid Contact:  Henry Aquino 677-6939
October 29, 2011 Saturday
3:00PM Starts
11:00PM End
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HALLOWBALOO NUUANU STREET FESTIVAL sponsored by Arts District Merchant Association. The event is expected to have 5,000 participants.  The event will close 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

The above is based on the most current information available from the event organizers as of date below .   TST Division, Department of Transportation Services  Phone: 808-768-8387 Fax: 808-768-4446  Email:  mkikuchi@honolulu.gov

Last Reviewed: Wednesday, October 19, 2011