You don’t want to miss this event–last year, we sold out!
We are hosting this event, along with Wahiawa Fresh and the Blue Zone Wahiawa Project. This event is a GREAT chance to sample unique wines and spirits…come Pau Hana with us and enjoy good food and great friends!
You can purchase tickets online at here.
You may also purchase tickets in person from Keoni at Ahlo State Farm at 834 Kilani Ave. (across from Wahiawa General’s parking lot). We look forward to seeing you there!
Join us for a 90-minute special trolley ride through Wahiawa Town and experience the abundance of cherry blossom, of sakura trees in this quaint residential and still a bit rural community. Members of the Wahiawa Nikkei Civic Association host the Saturday morning cultural affair. Also enjoy the world famous KC Waffle Dogs!
Date: January 26, 2019
Time: 9:00 and 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM
Place: meet at Wahiawa Hongwanji Mission, 1067 California Avenue
Cost: $20.00 for trolley ride.
This “Sakura Viewing – Hana Mi” is also referred to as our “Sakura Safari” as we celebrate a wonderful tradition of the first sakura tree planting with seedlings from Naha, Okinawa, and the continued propagation by Wahiawa residents. Visit the cool climate of Wahiawa which keeps the sakura trees beautiful and in good health and learn about this rich historical project.
Seating on trolley by reservations only. Seating guaranteed with receipt of payment. Optional Special Japanese Bento from Marian’s – $8.00.
Please RSVP via phone @ 291-6151 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org to Rene by January 18, 2018 due to limited seating on the trolley.
Mail check to:
Wahiawa Nikkei Civic Assoc., 94-428 Kahulialii St., Mililani, HI 96789
Where: The Pineapple Showroom @ Dot’s in Wahiawa
When: Thursday, January 17, 2019, 6:30 p.m. cocktails, 7:00 p.m. dinner
$40 per person (plus tax and fees)
$400 table for 10 (plus tax and fees)
For over 80 years, the WCBA has strived to create stronger partnerships through community activities and events and we are truly honored to be surrounded by people who call Wahiawa their home. We would like to invite all of you to be a part of this year’s Annual Dinner and the installation of our WCBA officers.
Former representative, Marcus Oshiro, will be our master of ceremonies, with Councilmember Heidi Tsuneyoshi presiding over the installation of officers. Pastor David Shon of the Wahiawa United Church of Christ will be doing the invocation. Entertainment will be provided by one of Wahiawa’s own, Michael Cheape.
With your support at our annual dinner meeting and throughout the coming year, we will continue to make strides in making Wahiawa a better place to live, work, and play. We hope you can join us and enjoy the fellowship with your neighbors, make new friends, and see what the future holds for Our Wahiawa. We look forward to seeing you there!
If you will be renewing your membership or would like to become a new member of WCBA, you can apply and make online payments through Eventbrite only during this event’s registration. Any membership applications after January 17thwill be asked to visit us at our website at OurWahiawa.com or complete and return the enclosed membership registration form. Membership forms along with payment can be mailed directly to WCBA at P.O Box 861408, Wahiawa, HI 96786.
Wishing you all the joy and happiness of the holiday season!
Edlyn Moana Olaso
Be a part of our Annual Santa Parade this December 7th, 2018, as we stroll through Wahiawa Town to celebrate the season! The parade will start at Ka’ala Elementary School and end on North Cane Street. It’s sure to be a fun time for all!
Staging begins at 5:30 p.m. near the check-in area fronting the elementary school and ending at the parking lot of the Wahiawa District Park.
Any questions? Please send us an email.
The Wahiawa Lions 72nd Veterans Day Parade will be held on Monday November 12th! Please join them in honoring our Veterans in the longest standing parade in the State!
Join us as Wahiawa celebrates becoming a part of the Blue Zones Project – a community health and well-being initiative inspired by the world’s longest-lived people.
Enjoy local Wahiawa entertainment, healthy and ‘ono food, activities, prizes, and giveaways you won’t want to miss!
Featuring Wine, Sake and Vinegar Tasting with Blue Zones Inspired Pupu. $25/ person with alcohol, $18/ person for non-alcohol drinkers. Text or call Cynthia Au at 808-367-3471 to RSVP with the number of guests.
Dot’s Restaurant, hosted in Partnership with Wahiawa Fresh!
Featuring Blue Zones-inspired dishes, Blue Zones speaker to share the Blue Zones story, and Faith Guest speakers to share about wellness.
Dinner is free but reservations are required. Deadline June 1. Text or call Cynthia Au at 808-367-3471 to tell her you are attending with the number of adult guests.
Wahiawa Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Fellowship Hall – Parking off of California Avenue
It’s time again for Bingo in Wahiawa Saturday, May 5 from 4pm – 8pm at Dot’s Pineapple Showroom. Join us for a Cinco de Mayo fun family fundraiser to benefit the Rotary Education and Scholarship Fund. Last year we had 150 community people. This year we’re planning for 200! The $25 entry fee includes 2 tacos and chips. We have lots and lots of great prizes! Email email@example.com to request advance tickets and information. It’s for the kids!