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Department of Parks and Recreation
 
Michele K. Nekota Director Designate
Jeanne C. Ishikawa, Deputy Director

1000 Uluohia Street,
Suite 309
Kapolei, Hawaii 96707
Phone: (808) 768-3003
Fax: (808) 768-3053
email: parks@honolulu.gov
 
 
 
 

Senior Citizen Section


The Senior Citizens Program strive to improve the quality of life of senior citizens in the community, 55 years and older, by providing a wide range of leisure time activities to meet some of the recreational needs of the senior population.

Special Events:

Senior Club program: Over 35 senior clubs island wide, representing about 3,500 senior citizens participate in weekly activities that include:  business meetings, speakers, community service, excursions, luncheons, etc.   They elect their own officers and organize all of their planned activities.  Weekly meeting attendances vary upon the size of the club (membership ranges from 10 to 250).  The section also coordinates large island wide activities serving all club members and other senior citizens in the City and County of Honolulu.

    District I (East Oahu) Senior Citizen Clubs 
    
District II (West Oahu) Senior Citizens Clubs
    District III (Leeward Oahu) Senior Citizens Clubs
    District IV (Windward Oahu) Senior Citizens Clubs
    Makua Alii Programs


GoodLife Expo (September):  Annual 3 day event held at the NBC exhibition hall, vendors and businesses selling senior services and products and informational booths, entertainment and senior club sales.

Mayor's Craft and Country Fair: (November): Annual event held at the NBC exhibition hall, club sales-plants-handcrafted items, food, jam, jellies and "hardly" used items.  Senior information and a variety entertainment is provided, a canned goods donation is appreciated.  First Hawaiian Bank is sponsor. 

Seniors Valentine Dance (February): At this annual event, Department of Parks and Recreation senior clubs and senior organizations select "sweethearts" to represent their clubs and organizations during the opening ceremony.  The Mayor and celebrities participate in folk and line dancing to fill up the morning program.  Bank of Hawaii is sponsor.

Oahu Primetime Wellness Fair (March): Over one hundred health related businesses and organizations provide information of their products and services, seminars and presentations on health issues are available at the NBC exhibition hall.  First Hawaiian Bank is sponsor.

Useful Senior Information:

Elderly Affairs Division, Department of Community Services, City and County of Honolulu: http://www.elderlyaffairs.com/.

For more information, contact:
1541 Kalakaua Ave.
Honolulu, Hawaii  96813
Phone: (808) 973-7258
Fax: (808) 973-7262
E-Mail:
DPRseniorcitizens@honolulu.gov


 

Last Reviewed: Saturday, April 06, 2013