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JUNE 3, 2002
NORTH SHORE HOSTS SUNSET ON THE BEACH
Everyone who lives and works on the North Shore should get involved in Go North Shore Sunset on the Beach as the City brings its popular food-open market-entertainment-movie fest to Hale`iwa and Waialua towns later this month. The highly successful event will be held at Ali`i Beach Park on Saturday and Sunday, June 29
and 30, 2002, from 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
There’s something for everyone – lots of local restaurants and eateries will offer a wide variety of menu items from chef’s signature dishes to favorite local snacks at great prices. Our Open Market will feature fresh produce, unique Made-in-Haleiwa/North Shore arts and crafts, demonstrations, services, children’s activities and ocean recreation unique to the North Shore. A Health Fair will offer well being checks, information and tips from health care and social service providers. Community performers and guest artists will take the entertainment stage on both days until 5:00 p.m. when radio stations Extreme 104.3 and KCCN FM-100 will feature their deejays, contests and popular local bands like Bruce Helemano.
At 7:30 p.m., the huge 30-foot movie screen will come alive on Saturday with the magical, whimsical blockbuster “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” – complete with mesmerizing special effects that are sure to please all audiences. On Sunday, the movie will be “Grease” – the popular 1978 production starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John that still holds the record as the highest grossing musical in film history.
Free trolley service will begin at 9:30 a.m. on Kamehameha Highway and on Haleiwa Main Street to eliminate parking hassles. Narrated tours of historic Hale`iwa and Waialua will be available on each trolley, and guests will be encouraged to stop, explore and shop at their leisure.
Go North Shore Sunset on the Beach is the fifth in the series of Sunsets in O`ahu communities and is part of the city’s “Discover Oahu” initiative to reinvigorate Hawaii’s economy. According to Kalani Fronda, President of Haleiwa Main Street and event co-sponsor, “It’s going to be the biggest and the best!”
So mark your calendars, invite family and friends, and get involved. For more information call Haleiwa Main Street at 637-4558 or go to http://gonorthshore.org/.
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