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WAIKIKI EVENTS - MARCH 2015

FRIENDSHIP GALA

March 6, 2015

The Friendship Gala, Honolulu Festival’s fundraiser that supports educational and cultural programs in Hawaii, presents guests with a vibrant showcase of cultural entertainment and performances and a selection of entrees to enjoy from many of Hawaii’s premier restaurants. $90 per person over age 21,  $70 for under 21 (children under age 6 are free)Cost includes food and one beverage. 6-8:30pm.  Hawaii Convention Center.

KE AHE LAU MAKANI FESTIVAL & PRINCE KUHIO TRIBUTE CONCERT

March 7, 2015

This Hawaiian Choral Music Festival culminates in a concert dedicated to Prince Kuhio. Free will offering taken. Featuring Hawaiian and American Choral Music.  The singing community is welcomed to come participate and learn to sing Hawaiian Choral Music. The concert will feature the festival choir and guest choirs from Hawaii and the US Mainland. The concert will feature the Royal Hawaiian Band as a guest ensemble. Festival fee $25.00. (includes music, Hawaii "tea").

LEI COURT SELECTION EVENT (87TH ANNUAL)

March 7, 2015

The first Lei Day was in 1927 and celebrated in downtown Honolulu with a few people wearing lei. From that it grew and more and more people began to wear lei on May 1. We are told that the first celebration and exhibit of lei was at the Bank of Hawaii. In 1928, the first lei queen was Nina Bowman. This event is free and open to the public.  9am-3pm. Ala Moana Regional Park.

HONOLULU RAINBOW EKIDEN RACE

March 8, 2015

It will start at end of Carriage Road Kapiolani Park to Kalakaua Ave., To Diamond Head Rd., to turnaround at 2nd lookout and return same route to Kapiolani Park.  9am-1pm.

HONOLULU FESTIVAL PARADE

March 8, 2015

It will start at Kalakaua Ave., At Saratoga Rd., On Kalakaua Ave., To Monsarrat Ave., To end at Waikiki Shell Parking Lot, Queen Kapiolani Park. 4:30-7:30pm.

BANK OF HAWAII FAMILY SUNDAY - FOLLOWING STARS 

March 15, 2015

Celebrate the Hokulea's ongoing landmark Malama Honua voyage, as well as the return of the Hawaii Loa to Oahu as a training vessel for the Polynesian Voyaging Society. Watch lauhala fish and starts as your are taught using lauhala to create your own stars and fish to take home, watch a canoe demonstration, entertainment, children activities and more. Honolulu Museum of Art from 11am- 5pm.

DUKE KAHANAMOKU BEACH CHALLENGE (30TH ANNUAL)

March 15, 2015

The Duke Kahanamoku Challenge is a fun, family and corporate event for the whole community, all ages! 2015 will mark the event's 30th year anniversary with lots of exciting and fun activities and entertainment planned.  Hilton Hawaiian Village. 9am-2pm.

ALI’I SUNDAY - QUEEN KAAHUMANU

March 15, 2015

Ali’i Sundays are among the many long and honored traditions of Kawaiahao Church, which began about 1914. In the 1970’s our people were embarking on a tidal wave of change. In the chaos of circumstance and sensing the urgency to unite Hawaii’s people and rekindle their strength and purpose in Ke Akua, the Reverend Dr. Abraham Akaka rejuvenated these services as part of the larger cultural awakening already taking place.  Kawaiahao Church. 9-10am.

DUKE KAHANAMOKU BEACH CHALLENGE (30TH ANNUAL)

March 15, 2015

The Duke Kahanamoku Challenge is a fun, family and corporate event for the whole community, all ages! 2015 will mark the event's 30th year anniversary.  Hilton Hawaiian Village. 9am-2pm.

INCUBUS IN CONCERT

March 15, 2015

Known for their hits such as “Pardon Me”, “Drive”, “Nice To Know You”, the hugely popular rock band Incubus heads to Hawaii for two shows at the Republik.  Safehouse open at 6pm, concert hall at 7pm. Concert at 8pm. Tickets $57.50 GA.

ST. PATRICK’S DAY

March 17, 2015

Celebrate the luck of the Irish with some of the many events around town including the parade down Kalakaua at noon and Murphy’s block party kicks off at noon with his famous Oyster bar, fi n chips, corned beef and cabbage and nor, but the official part gets busy after dark, when downtown turns into a sea of green.

HEIVA

March 20-21, 2015

The best of Tahiti’s culture comes alive during this 12th annual two day competition.  It’s the largest Tahitian dance competition all year with competitors from here in the islands, and around the world.  Watch some of the best Tahitian dancers in the world as they compete for top honors.  Drums, music, Polynesian crafts and food.  Tickets $15.  Waikiki Shell.

STEP OUT: WALK TO STOP DIABETES 2015

March 21, 2015

Do your part to help stop diabetes and get a great workout at the same time by joining the 2.3 mile walk around Kapiolani Park.  Participants and spectators can enjoy live entertainment, health fair, contests, food booths and more. 7-11am.

HONOLULU NIGHT MARKET

March 21, 2015

The folks behind Eat the Street bring this monthly art event to Kaka'ako.  Food, art and fashion will close Auahi Street down from Keawe to Coral as artists, food trucks, live entertainment and more fill the streets from 6-11pm.  Lane closures begin at a noon.

SPRING WIKI WIKI ONE DAY VINTAGE COLLECTIBLES & HAWAIIANA SHOW

March 22, 2015

This all vintage collectible and antiques show features 92 tables of vendors offering antiques, estate jewelry, vintage fashion, aloha shirts, Hawaiiana and more.  Neal Blaisdell Center.  10:30am-4:30pm. $4.50-$15.00.

GREAT HAWAIIAN RUBBER DUCKIE RACE

March 28, 2015

For the 28th year the Ala Wai prepares for the annual invasion of around 20,000 bright yellow rubber duckies in their mad 100-yard float down the canal after being dumped from the McCully Street Bridge at precisely 1:28pm.  Stop by the McCully Shopping Center from 9am-12:30pm to adopt a duck and participate in pre-race festivities.


HART NEWS

HART (Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transporation) News- February 20, 2015

TWO MILES OF GUIDEWAY COMPLETED


 

The elevated guideway for Honolulu's rail transit system now stretches for more than two miles across the Ewa plain.

 

Construction crews have been busy connecting the concrete segments on top of the columns that have been erected from east Kapolei and heading into Waipahu.

 

Workers are also fastening the steel rail on which the rail vehicles will run onto the elevated guideway.

 

Rail construction work now runs through the Airport and Pearl Harbor areas as well as Aiea, Pearl City and Waipahu.

 

Motorists are asked to drive safely around our work areas.


News & Events

FRIENDSHIP GALA

March 6, 2015

The Friendship Gala, Honolulu Festival’s fundraiser that supports educational and cultural programs in Hawaii, p
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Imperial Resort

The Imperial Hawaii Vacation Club (“Club”) is a time share property in Waikiki, Oahu, Hawaii.  The Club is part of the Imperial Hawaii Resort ("Project") located at 205 Lewers Street, Honolulu, Hawaii.  The Project includes 375 "Apartments," consisting of 270 apartments, 13 commercial units and 92 parking stalls.


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205 Lewers Street
Honolulu, HI 96815
Ph: 808-923-1827
Fax:808-921-7586
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800-347-2582
 

 

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