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April 2005: Kapiolani Park area residents will be receiving a mailing about the Park & KPPS in an effort to involve more of those who hold the Park near & dear. Members, please recruit your friends & neighbors


February 2005: Park on morning after big event


February 2005, overscheduling result: Park staff work hard but huge events & multiple events mean that the Park cannot be properly maintained between events, leaving the Park in a condition that no one can completely enjoy.

KPPS is working hard to keep the Park free of the semi-permanent, inappropriate craft fairs that are encroaching on its open space; to keep parking available to Park users despite outside parking pressures; to ensure that commercial operations are not using the Park as their offices; to control noise levels from aircraft disobeying the noise abatement zone and concerts breaking the allowed decibel levels; to underground utilities to allow the viewplanes to be enjoyed; and to ensure that all can continue to enjoy the Park as a green oasis.

KPPS hopes to reach those who not only live nearby but those who live elsewhere and treasure the Park's history, magnificent trees, and green open spaces, in order to continue its successes in helping keep this wonderful historic park beautiful and accessible to all, to prevent its being carved up for commercial or special interest uses.


Annual Meeting 2005

When: Wednesday, March 9th, 5:30 pm

Where: Outrigger Canoe Club

Guest speakers: Councilman Charles Djou & Les Chang, Parks Director. State Representatives Scott Nishimoto and Barbara Marumoto will also be attending.

To vote in the board elections, make sure your membership is received by March 1st. Please see annual newsletter for more information. For a copy of the newsletter, click here February 2005 newsletter


Arbor Day Tree Planting with Scenic Hawaii and the City & County of Honolulu

When: Saturday, November 6th, 9 am

Where: in the Park across from the Outrigger Canoe Club

Two rainbow shower trees will be planted in the Park in honor of Nancy Bannick & Wesley Kinder, two longtime preservationists and activists for Kapiolani Park. Please join us along with Mayor Harris, Stan Oka, Rep. Galen Fox, and Scenic Hawaii.



KPPS Quarterly Forum - Mayoral Debate

When: Tuesday August 10, 2004, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Where: Waikiki Aquarium

Meet the Mayoral candidates, and hear their Vision for our Beloved Kapiolani Park.

Duke Bainum and Mufi Hannemann will be joining us for a brief discussion and q&a.


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