HONOLULU - The public is invited to Kaimuki High School's Ono Fridays fundraiser this Friday, March 18, from 5 to 9 p.m. The event will include Oahu's top food trucks and vendors and live entertainment by Kaimuki students and alumni. Parking and admission are free.
Kaimuki High's Ono Fridays are held on the third Friday of each month and proceeds support Kaimuki's athletics program. Guests can bring lawn chairs, mats and blankets and sample some of the best local dishes on Oahu on Kaimuki's front lawn.
Guests are also invited to take a closer look at the beautiful Ho‘o Kahewai, Ho‘oulu ‘Aina mural created by Kaimuki's Hospitality Academy students on Building D. More than 180 students worked on the project over four months with guidance from local artist Estria and Kaimuki High teachers. It represents a source of Kaimuki pride and an example of service to community.
Click here for more details on Kaimuki's Ono Fridays and here for a map.
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