June 16, 2018 Community Workday
With all the rain this spring, both our plants and all of the invasive weeds grew tall! This monthʻs main hana was to remove all the California Grass that grew up behind out keiki pond in what is now known as
Mahalo to EVERYONE who came out to volunteer this month!
Scenic Beach Route
Your 8K destination begins at the Haleʻiwa Beach War Memorial Statue, pass Aliʻi Beach Park, then to Kaiaka Bay Beach Park, then head to Puaʻena Point, then over to Papaʻiloa Beach and back at Haleʻiwa Beach Park to the finish line. (8K = 4.97 miles)
The Fun 1-Mile Course will remain on Haleʻiwa Beach Parkʻs Course to the Finish Line!
6:45AM rolling start. Packet pickup: TBD
GIT FIT | GET HEALTHY | GET MOVING | GET REGISTERED
FLAT COURSE | NO HILLS | AVAILABLE 1-MILE COURSE | ALL AGES WELCOME | HALEIWA
Proceeds from this event benefit the ongoing restoration projects and education programs at Mālama Loko Ea Foundation as well as Wānana Paoa, the North Shores's Hawaiian double hulled sailing canoe.
Come Run or Walk...Whatever Your Fancy!
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8:45 AM-12:30 PM
Join us and help us restore Loko ea! Loko ea is a wonderful place to learn and experience culture and nature. We encourage parents to bring their keiki during our lā hana to explore and have fun.
Mahalo to all of our COMMUNITY WORK DAY Volunteers!
Every month our dedicated volunteers kōkua Loko ea from rock wall building to invasive grass removal, in the continued effort to restore Loko Ea Fishpond.