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2011 OAHU SCHEDULE OF
MAJOR PARADES AND STREET ACTIVITIES

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SEPTEMBER 2011
September 2, 2011 Friday
6:00PM Starts
10:00PM Ends

ONCE IN A BLUE MOON STREET FEST sponsored by Kapua Productions/Indigos. The event is expected to have 250+ participants.  Traffic will be diverted starting 6 pm for event. The event will close NUUANU AVE., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Chaplain Ln to Hotel St.  Contact: Judith Rod 551-7667, Email: metalmana2011@gmail.com

September 4, 2011 Sunday
5:30AM Starts
1:00PM Ends

DICK EVANS MEMORIAL BIKE RACE sponsored by the Hawaii State Cycling Association. It will consist of 200 cyclists.  The event will start at Keahole St. near to Hawaii Kai Park & Ride Lot,  to Hawaii Kai Dr., to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Waialae Ave., to Kilauea Ave., to 18th Ave.,  to Diamond Head Rd. to Paki Ave., to Ala Wai Blvd., to Niu St., to Ala Moana Blvd., to Nimitz Hwy., to Kamehameha Hwy., to Farrington Hwy., to Kunia Rd., to Wilikina Dr., to Kamananui Rd., to Kamehameha Hwy., to Joe Leong Hwy., to Kamehmeha Hwy., (around north shore to windward side) to Kahekili Hwy., to Kulukeoe St., to Keneke St., to Anoi Rd., to Likelike Hwy., to Kamehameha Hwy., to Kaneohe Bay Dr., to Mokapu Saddle Rd., to Kapaa Quarry Rd., to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Old Kalanianaole Rd., to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Kumuhau St.,to Waikupanaha St., to Ahiki St., to Hihimanu St., to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Kealahou St., to Hawaii Kai Dr., to finish approx. 0.28 miles from the corner of Hawaii Kai Dr. and Kealahou St. No roads will be coned except by start/finish area. Contact:  Raul Torres 223-2622, Fax:  593-0575, E-mail:  info@bocahawaii.com 

September 4, 2011 Sunday
6:00AM Starts
9:00AM Ends
KALAELOA 20K RUN sponsored by RRCA/Mid Pacific Roadrunners Club. The event is expected to have 500 runners. It will start at Barbers Pt. near Elementary School, to Tulagi Ave., to Boxer Rd., to Roosevelt Ave., to Enterprise Ave., to Midway, back to Boxer Rd.  (3 loops) and finish.  Contact: John Simonds 373-3609, E-mail:  simondsj001@hawaii.rr.com For more info, visit their website: http://www.mprrc.com/
September 8, 2011 Thursday
6:00PM Starts
10:00PM Ends

HAWAII LITERACY AWARENESS FESTIVAL sponsored by Murphy's Inc/Hawaii Literacy. The event is expected to have 250+ participants.  Traffic will be diverted starting 6 pm for event. The event will close MERCHANT ST., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Nuuanu Ave to Bethel St.  Contact: Don Murphy 531-0422, Email: don@murphyshawaii.com.

September 9, 2011 Friday
2:30PM Starts
3:45PM Ends
PEARL CITY HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMING PARADE sponsored by Pearl City High School. The event is expected to have 700 marchers, 6 vehicles & 1 band.  It will start at Pearl City High School Stadium Parking Lot at Hookiekie St., to Hoomoana St., to Hoolaulea St., to Hoomaemae St., to Waimano Home Rd., end at Pacheco Neighborhood Park.  Contact:  Margaret T. Ishihara 453-6513, Fax:  453-6521, E-mail:  mike_ishihara@notes.k12.hi.us 
September 9, 2011 Friday
3:00PM Starts
4:00PM Ends
MOANALUA HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMING PARADE sponsored by Moanalua High School. The event is expected to have 600 marchers, 10 vehicles, 1 band. It will start at MHS Student Parking Lot to Ala Ilima St., to Ala Nanala St., to Likini St., to Ala Napunani St., end at MHS student parking lot. Contact: Sherwin Pang 831-7914 Fax: 831-7903, E-mail:  sherwin_pang@notes.k12.hi.us
September 9, 2011 Friday
4:00PM Starts
5:30PM Ends
RADFORD HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMING PARADE sponsored by Radford High School. The event is expected to have 300 marchers, 12 vehicles, 4 floats & 1 band.  It will start at Radford High Parking Lot, to Ala Oli St., to Haloa Dr., to Molina St., to Epukane St., to Hakupapa St., to Haloa Dr., to Ala Oli St., end at Radford Parking Lot. Contact:  John Goto 421-4218 Fax: 421-4210, E-mail:  john_goto@notes.k12.hi.us
September 11, 2011 Sunday
6:00AM Starts
9:00AM Ends
WINDWARD HALF MARATHON RACE SERIES Run sponsored by Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii.  The event is expected to have 750 runners.  HALF MARATHON:  Start: Kailua Intermediate School at S. Kainalu Dr., to Kailua Rd., to Aumoe Rd., to Mahealani Pl., to Kakahiaka St., to Wanaao Dr., counterclockwise around Keolu Dr., to Wanaao Dr., to Kakahiaka St., to Mahealani Pl., to Aumoe Rd., to Kailua Rd., to Kainalu Dr., to Kaiunui Dr., to Mokapu Blvd., to Old Mokapu Rd., to Kaimalino St., turnaround, to end at Kailua Intermediate School.  5K RUN:  Start: Kainalu Dr., to Kaha St., to Kainui Dr., to Kainalu Dr., to end at Kailua Intermediate School.  KEIKI 100YARD DASH:  Start/Finish within Kailua Intermediate School.  Contact: Tom Vanderhout 261-8899, E-mail: surfhout@hotmail.com
September 11, 2011 Sunday
6:30AM Starts
10:30AM Ends

NA WAHINE SPRINT TRIATHLON sponsored by USA Triathlon/Try Fitness. The event is expected to have 300 triathletes. SWIM:  Queen's Beach, Kapiolani Park, BIKE:  Start on Kalakaua Ave., near Queen Kapiolani Park Bandstand, to Kalakaua Ave., to Diamond Hd. Rd., to 18th Ave., to Kilauea Ave., to Makaiwa St., to Moho St., to Kealaolu Ave., to Kahala Ave., to Paikau St., to Diamond Hd. Rd., to 18th Ave., to Kilauea Ave., to Makaiwa St., to Moho St., to Kealaolu Ave., to Kahala Ave., to Diamond Hd. Rd., to Kalakaua Ave., to end at Bandstand transition area,  RUN:  Transition area, to Monsarrat Ave., to Paki Ave., to Kalakaua Ave., 2 loops, to end mauka of bandstand inside Queen Kapiolani Park.  Contact: KC Carlberg 531-8573. For more info, visit their website:  http://www.tryfitnesshawaii.com/na_wahine.htm  Email: tryfitness@hawaii.rr.com

September 11, 2011 Sunday
7:00AM Starts
9:00AM Ends
OLD PALI ROAD RUN sponsored by RRCA/Mid Pacific Roadrunners Club. The event is expected to have 70 runners. It will start at Kionaole Rd in Kailua near the entrance to Koolau Golf Course, to Old Pali Rd., to Pali Highway, turnaround and return to start area. Contact: John Simonds 373-3609, E-mail:  simondsj001@hawaii.rr.com For more info, visit their website: http://www.mprrc.com/
 September 11, 2011 Sunday
4:00PM Starts
5:30PM Ends
HONOLULU REMEMBERS...NEVER FORGET 9/11/01" WALK OF REMEMBRANCE sponsored by the City & County of Honolulu.  The event is expected to have 1,000+ participants.  It will start at  Sister Derby park on  S. Beretania St., short ceremony at HPD HQ, to Alapai St., to South St., short ceremony at HFD HQ at South/Queen Sts., to Halekauwila St., to Punchbowl St., short ceremony at Queen St., to King St., to finish at Hon Hale grounds and 9/11 memorial.  Contact: Kaleve Iosefa 768-6622 E-mail: kiosefa@honolulu.gov
 September 16, 2011 Friday
6:00PM Starts
10:00PM Ends

SLOW ART FRIDAY FESTIVAL #9 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

 September 16, 2011 Friday
6:00PM Starts
10:00PM Ends
HAWAII CELTIC PIPE & DRUM FEST sponsored by Murphy's Bar & Grill/Hawaii Celtic Pipe & Drum. The event is expected to have 300+ participants.  The event will close MERCHANT ST., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Nuuanu Ave. to Bethel St.  Contact Don Murphy 531-0422,  Fax: 533-4943  
September 17, 2011 Saturday
9:30AM Starts
12Noon Ends
22nd ANNUAL OFFICIAL HAWAII STATE Pride Parade sponsored by Honolulu Pride Festival Foundation.  The event is expected to have 150 marchers, 50 vehicles, 5 Floats & 4 bands. It will start at Richards St./King St., to Punchbowl St., east to Ala Moana Blvd., to end at Ala Moana park. Contact:  Janel Dulan 840-7637, Email: janel@honolulupff.org  For more info, visit their website: www.honolulupff.org 
September 17, 2011 Saturday
5:30PM Starts
11:00PM Ends
ALOHA FESTIVALS WAIKIKI HO'OLAULEA/STREET FEST sponsored by Aloha Week Hawaii, Inc/AlohaFestivals/Waikiki Improvement Association. The event expected to have 15,000+ participants. Traffic will be diverted at 4 pm for setup. The event will close Kalakaua Avenue, all lanes from Lewers St. to Kealohilani Ave. Contact:  Rick Egged or Paul Tomonari 589-1771 or Mike Rossell 832-7878,  E-mails:  info@alohafestivals.com or mike@productionhawaii.com  For more info, visit their website: http://www.alohafestivals.com/
September 23, 2010  Friday
3:00PM Starts
5:00PM Ends
WAIPAHU HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMING PARADE sponsored by Waipahu High School. The event is expected to have 400 marchers, 3 vehicles, 5 floats, 1 band.  It will start at Waipahu High School, to Waipio Access Rd., to Kahualii St., to Kahuaina St., to Kahuanani St., to Kahuanui St., to Paiwa St., to Awanui St., to Awalai St., end at Waipahu High School Contact:  Joy Takara  675-0123, Fax: 675-0257, E-mail:  joy_takara@notes.k12.hi.us

September 24, 2011 Saturday
9:00AM Starts
1:00PM Ends
ALOHA FESTIVALS FLORAL PARADE sponsored by Aloha Week Hawaii, Inc/Aloha Festivals/Waikiki Improvement Association. The event is expected to have 2,000 participants, 40 vehicles, 10 bands & 15 floats. It will start at Ala Moana Park ewa entrance/exit, to Ala Moana Blvd., to Kalakaua Ave., to Monsarrat Ave., to end at Waikiki Shell Parking Lot in Queen Kapiolani Park. Contact:  Rick Egged or Paul Tomonari 589-1771 or Mike Rossell 832-7878,  E-mails:  info@alohafestivals.com or mike@productionhawaii.com  For more info, visit their website: http://www.alohafestivals.com/
September 25, 2011 Sunday
6:15AM Starts
2:00PM Ends

HONOLULU CENTURY BIKE RIDE sponsored by Hawaii Bicycling League. The event expected to have 3,200 cyclists.  It will start at Waikiki Shell Parking Lot at Kapiolani Park, to Monsarrat Ave., to Paki Ave., to Diamond Head Rd., to Kahala Ave., to Elepaio St., to Kilauea Ave., to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Lunalilo Home Rd., to Hawaii Kai Dr., to Kealahou St., to Kalanianaole Hwy., 25 milers turnaround at Sandy Beach to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Kealahou St., to Hawaii Kai Dr., to Lunalilo Home Rd., to Wailua St., to Keahole St., to Hawaii Kai Dr., and return to start, others continue, to Kalanianaole Hwy, to Hihimanu St., to Ahiki St., to Waikupanaha St., to Kumuhau St., to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Keolu Dr., to Papalani St., to Ka Awakea St., to Kailua Rd., to Kainalu Dr., 50 milers turnaround at Kailua Intermediate School and return to start, others continue, to Kainalu DR., to Kainui Dr., to N. Kalaheo Ave., to Kaneohe Bay Dr., to Kamehameha Hwy., 75 milers turnaround at King Intermediate School and return to start, others continue, to Kamehameha Hwy., 100 milers turnaround at Swanzy Beach Park and return to start. Kalanianaole Hwy will be coned one curb lane, each direction, from Ainakoa Ave. to Lunalilo Home Rd. Contact:  Chad Taniguchi/HBL 735-5756, Fax:  735-7989, E-mail:  chad@hbl.org For more info, visit their website: http://www.hbl.org/

September 25, 2011 Sunday
7:00AM Starts
10:00AM Ends

WAIPAHU CANE FUN RUN/WALK sponsored by Waipahu Community Coalition. The event is expected to have 100+ runners. It will start at Waipahu St (West bound) 150 feet East of Malakeke St., to Managers Dr., to Hiapo St., to Waipahu St., to end at Hawaii Plantation Village at Waipahu/Anderson Wy.  Contact:  Gale Mejia Abregano 542-8133  For more info, visit their website: http://canehaulrun.blogspot.com/
September 30, 2011   Friday
1:00PM Starts
2:00PM Ends

MILILANI HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMING PARADE sponsored by Mililani High School.  The event is expected to have 800+ marchers, 5 vehicles, 4  floats & 1 band.  It will start at Town Center of Mililani Parking Lot between KFC-Taco Bell, to Makaimoimo St., to Meheula Pkwy., to Hookelewaa St., to Kipapa Dr., to Kuahelani Ave., to Moenamanu St., to Kipapa Dr., end at MHS Stadium.  Contact:  Gail Nishimura at 627-7373, Fax:  627-7375, E-mail:  gail_nishimura@notes.k12.hi.us

September 30, 2011   Friday
6:00PM Starts
10:00PM Ends

OKTOBERFEST STREET FESTIVAL sponsored by Honolulu Culture & Arts District Association. The event is expected to have 4,000+ participants.  Traffic will be diverted starting 3 pm for setup. The event will close NUUANU AVE., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Chaplain Ln to King St.  Contact:  Eric Walden 271-3094, Email : aloha@artsdistricthonolulu.com For more info, visit their website:  http//www.artsdistricthonlulu.com

The above is based on the most current information available from the event organizers as of date on bottom.   TST Division, Department of Transportation Services  Phone: 808-768-8390  Fax: 808-768-4446  Email: 
mkikuchi@honolulu.gov
Last Reviewed: Thursday, September 01, 2011