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Looking for ideas on how to celebrate the holidays safely? Here’s a list – Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii 2020-11-22 22:04:09 –

Honolulu (KHON2) — Looking for ideas on how to safely celebrate this holiday? Here is a list of companies and organizations that provide you and your family with a safe alternative to COVID.

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Thanksgiving

Virtual Turkey trot

The Honolulu Marathon Clinic and Mid-Pacific Roadrunners Club offer three virtual turkey trots to move you and your family after a big banquet. The event will run from November 21st to November 28th.

Home word bound 5k fun run

The Institute for Human Services Homeward hosts a fun 5k run on Thanksgiving morning. The fun run will be held on November 26th. Participants can choose the time and place, but the run must be completed on that day.

Maui County 6,000 Turkey Thanksgiving Freebie

Maui residents with county-issued vouchers, supported through the Hawaii Emergency Laurima Partnership (HELP) program, are eligible to receive frozen turkey and equipment boxes.Thanksgiving goods can be picked up from 9 am to 1 pm November 23 (Monday) At the parking lot of the War Memorial Gymnasium.

Donate safe food on the shelves to people in need

The Maui Food Bank is calling on community members to donate safe food to the shelves to feed those in need of this Thanksgiving. Maui Mall participating merchants will set up donation boxes on-site for customers to unload food.

Christmas and winter holidays

Zoom on a mighty Mo for a virtual visit with Santa Claus

The USS Missouri Memorial offers a wonderful 10 minute encounter with Santa Claus from the safety of your home. Virtual events benefit the USS Missouri Memorial Association’s efforts to share its historical position with the story of Mighty Mo.

The schedule of the event is as follows.

  • Saturday, December 5
  • Saturday, December 12
  • Tuesday, December 22
  • Wednesday, December 23

Hawaii Food & Wine Festival: Holiday Cuisine Series

The Hawaii Food and Wine Festival (HFWF) has announced that it will partner with Foodland to open up three culinary experiences to the public. The event runs from December 11th to December 13th and offers a variety of appetizing dishes, including a four-course spirit pair dinner elsewhere. At Kahala Market, enjoy homemade brunch at Foodland’s paralyzed table.

Waikiki Trolley Holiday Light Tour

Waikiki Trolley wants to take you on a Christmas adventure. The Christmas-themed tour begins at Victoria Ward Park and continues through downtown Honolulu to City Lights in Honolulu Hale. According to the event organizers, attendees can enjoy festive holiday lights, be amazed by the city’s 50-foot Christmas tree, visit Shaka Santa, and enjoy the Christmas story on a comfortable double-decker bus. ..

Honolulu Halle Christmas

The Honolulu Light Parade will not be held this year, but the city is encouraging Oahu residents to participate in the Christmas Driveby in Honolulu Hale. According to the city, families can enjoy a large decorated Christmas tree and famous returnees such as Shaka Santa and Chutumele. Family members can also take pictures with the trees, but they must be in groups of 5 or less.

Reindeer Dash Fun Run at Kamalani Academy

Kamalani Academy hosts the Reindeer Dash Fun Run. We encourage the participation of school students and members of the local community. The funds raised at the event will be used to build a playground for a public charter school. The run will be held on December 18th.

City Mill Christmas Tree Sale

Need help getting into the spirit of the holidays? How about a tree? Various city mills throughout the state have begun selling Christmas trees.

Tajiri’s Christmas Tree Sale

The Tajiri family hosts drive-through tree sales. Flocked trees are currently available on a first-come, first-served basis. Green Tree will be on sale from November 24th.

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