Welcome to Livable Hawaii Kai Hui - Serving Maunalua and East Honolulu since 2004
Welcome to Livable Hawaii Kai Hui - Serving Maunalua and East Honolulu since 2004

Kamilo Nui Valley Farm Lots - Events Page 

Maunalua Watershed Snapshot
January 26th, Thursday at 5:30 - 7pm AT MARINERS COVE BAY CLUB - 800 Lunalio Home Road, Honolulu. Refreshments provided and free parking. Celebrate Maunalua's HCA Maunalua Community Watershed Snapshot
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11-24-12 - HOLIDAY PARADE CELEBRATING KAMILONUI VALLEY

7-4-12 INDEPENDENCE DAY AT MAUNALUA BAY CELEBRATION  Livable Hawaii Kai Hui has participated in this event since it started in 2008.  We have offered face painting for the keeki at our booth along with the help of the Kamilo Nui Valley Farmers. This year we offered information about our recent Wetland Project at the Oahu Club.  ​  

4-22-12 - April 22nd we welcome the general public to get dirty with us in Kamilo Nui Valley. We invite the public to stop in at Aloha Aina O Kamilo Nui nursery, 965 Kamilonui Place, between the hours of 9:30 and 11:30 AM to help water, plant, pot, prune, rake, shovel, pile, weed, clean, and more in celebration of Earth Day.
RSVP to: kamilonuivalley@aol.com (provide your first and last name + phone number)

Wear long plants, sunscreen, closed shoes and bring your favorite garden tools and gloves or use what little we have. Cold beverages provided.
New product announcement: Hand made all cedar OR re purposed wood planter boxes available at Aloha Aina O Kamilo Nui nursery-- $25 to $80 - made by new artist Nick of Honolulu Planter Co. (Percentage of sale donated to AAOK nursery.)


Click here to see a photo of: Cedar Planter Box

 

Celebrate Earth Day and see the progress your kokua has made in rebuilding the nursery formerly known as Chrysanthemums of Hawaii
Aloha Aina O Kamilo Nui
965 Kamilo Nui Place
(Last nursery on the right at the end of the country road/ cul de sac.

 
12-8-11 East Oahu Sun Xmas Parade .pdf
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Classic car transports Judy Nui and Noah Parker

Each year on the last Saturday in November, the Hawaii Kai Lions Club and Koko Marina Center sponsor a HOLIDAY PARADE.

This year the HOLIDAY PARADE is on November 26th and will start promptly at 10:00 a.m. from Kamiloiki District Park, travel down Lunalilo Home Road for about 1.5 miles, and end at Koko Marina Center.

LIVABLE HAWAII KAI HUI is invited to participate in this holiday tradition and can only do it with YOUR HELP!

We need volunteers to make MAGIC and help CREATE our float plus RIDE THE FLOAT, spread good CHEER and hand out FREE small plants compliments of NEIGHBORHOOD GROWERS, Charles Nii Nursery and R&S Nii Nursery.

Spend the day in our little bit of country, KAMILO NUI VALLEY and help us hammer, cut, paint, glue, stick, stuff, wrap, decorate.

Show your support for Aloha Aina O Kamilo Nui by helping transform a 40' flatbed into a HOLIDAY WONDER showcasing our unique AGRICULTURE LAND to CELEBRATE the signing of the ag leases!

Build the Float
When: Friday, November 25th starting at 8:30 a.m.
Where: Kamilo Nui Valley, by R&S Nii Nursery


Please RSVP to Volunteer to hawaiikaihui@aol.com (by Nov. 20th) so we can plan for enough food as well as send you more detailed information. (SCROLL DOWN THIS PAGE TO SEE PHOTOS FROM PREVIOUS YEARS!)

 

12-1-10 OUR ANNUAL HOLIDAY PLANT SALE IS GOING ON NOW ! Pick up your holiday plant at Aloha Aina O Kamilonui Valley farm in Hawaii Kai's Kamilonui Valley. It is the last farm on the right. Look for the sign. Pick up is right after Thanksgiving. Three days are available: 12 noon till 2pm Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (26th, 27th, and 28th)......you must have your tickets to get your plants. All proceeds benefit Livable Hawaii Kai Hui and our task to to save the Valley and keep it in Agriculture in perpetuity. Your donation is tax deductable. Please make checks payable to Livable Hawaii Kai Hui....call 864-8081 or email hawaiikaihui@aol.com and we will get the tickets to you ASAP. Plants are $10.00 each and decorative foil is 50 cents extra. 

11-27-10 Each year on the last Saturday in November, the Hawaii Kai Lions Club and Koko Marina Shopping Center sponsor a HOLIDAY PARADE.


MAHALOS ! The HOLIDAY PARADE started at 10:00 a.m. from Kamiloiki District Park, and traveled down Lunalilo Home Road for about 1.5 miles, and ended at Koko Marina Shopping Center. We would like to thank the volunteers that helped create our float and transform it into a Christmas Wonderland. Volunteers who rode on the float helped spread Holiday cheer while handing out small plants that were provided by Charles Nii Nursery and R&S Nii Nursery.

 

2010 - 4th Annual Lion's Club Xmas Parade in Hawaii Kai! MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL WHO SUPPORT OUR UNIQUE AGRICULTURE LAND IN HAWAII KAI. (Holiday plants are still for sale, see below.) PARADE VIDEO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Vu5SGe5Ixw

2010 Christmas Parade

11-28-09 - JINGLE BELLS, JINGLE BELLS. For a third year in a row Livable Hawaii Kai Hui will showcase Kamilo Nui Valley in Hawaii Kai's Annual Koko Marina Center-Hawaii Kai Lion's Club Keiki Kalikimaka parade Saturday, Nov. 28 at 10am. We are looking for kids to be on the float and Santa Helpers to build the float.

 

 Call for VolunteersThe Holiday Season is right around the corner and the Livable Hawai'i Kai Hui would like to ask any of our members, friends or family that might be available to help construct and ready our Christmas Parade Float on Friday, 11/27/2009 beginning at 8am in Kamilonui Valley, we could sure use your help. If you are available and would like to help, please contact myself or Elizabeth at hawaiikaihui@aol.com for an official/unofficial head count of volunteers. We ask that you bring a screw gun if you have one or some basic tools such as a hammer or screw driver. We are also looking for some donations of items for the float. If you are interested in donating specific items needed, please contact me.

We would also like to invite our members to participate in the Hawai'i Kai Christmas Parade. Saturday, 11/28/09 beginning at 9am. The parade officially begins at 10am. We are looking for keiki to ride on the float with Santa and helpers to walk along side the float to pass out small plants. We will also need help breaking down the float once the parade is finished. We would appreciate any help we can get!

 

A DAY AT THE FARM - OCTOBER 10TH, 2009

Opens at 10:00 a.m. with the blessed New Hope Hawaii Kai band performing “God Bless America”, followed immediately by:  

 

  • Plant Sale and Farmers Market - 10 to 11 a.m
  • Special Appearance: by music award winning band
  • Bounce House and Kid Games - throughout day !!!
  • Teach-Ins” - Guest Speakers
  • Community Organizations – Informational Booths
  • Guided Walking Tours
  • Kau kau available all day


Questions? Comments? Please contact Pam Kam, Community Liaison to Representative Gene Ward, @ 358-9145. See you on Saturday, October 10, 2009 !

 

Environmental, cultural and community advocate Donna Wong will be the guest speaker at the Livable Hawaii Kai Hui annual meeting this Saturday at Kuapa Isle Club House at 1 PM.

Wong was most recently awarded by Governor Linda Lingle and the Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women the 2009 Women's History Month award. Indru Watumull and Dr. Donnis Thompson are the previous winners of the award.

Wong will be speaking on community and planning. The public is encouraged to attend this free gathering.

Additional open conversation will include past and future efforts to protect and preserve Ka Iwi, Kamilo Nui Valley and the East Honolulu Sustainable Communities Plan. Additional community subjects are welcomed.

The meeting is schedule from 1 2:30 PM. Refreshments will be served. For more information call 864-8081 or go to:
 www.hawaiikaihui.org 

 

Nov 2008 - Thank you to all that purchased Poinsettias from Kamilo Nui Valley

11-29-08 Livable Hawaii Kai Hui celebrated in the Hawaii Kai Lion's Club Holiday Parade to help kick off the Season. Our Xmas float was decorated with plants and colorful arrangements from the Kamilo Nui Valley. Our lead car was a classic roadster that transported the original farmers from Kamilo Nui Valley. The presentation was enjoyed by local residents that lined the sidewalks of Lunalilo Home Road. The parade ended at Koko Marina Shopping Center where many more festivities were taking place. Livable Hawaii Kai Hui would like to thank all the community members and supporters that donated their time and supplies to build the large float. 

 

Photos from the Hawaii Kai Lion's Club Holiday Parade and LHKH Poinsettia Plant Sale in Kamilo Nui Valley can be viewed in the photoshows below. 

Santa's Helpers: Gary Weller, Noah Parker, Jackie Miller, Elizabeth Reilly, Marian Grey, Tom Yamabe, Tai Hong
 

The First Annual Independence Day at Maunalua Bay in 2008 with LHKH !

 

7-4-08 LIVABLE HAWAII KAI HUI WAS PART OF THE FIRST 4TH OF JULY EVENT IN HAWAII KAI -Our booth provided free face painting with a steady stream of keiki throughout the day and early evening. While parents waited they were given the option to sign our Kamilo Nui Valley petition, learn about the valley, it's history, and it's importance to the community and Hawaii's need for sustainability.

       Below:  Liz Mathews and Kaumaka Wong facepainting the Keiki..........................Tai Hong and Gayle Carr talking story with the community

Alan and Jan Tateishi - left photo  -  Gayle Carr, Tai Hong, Judy Nii, Elizabeth Reilly - right photo

2008 4th of July - The booth was decorated with colorful banners depicting the natural resources that are found in Kamilo Nui Valley. 3-D glasses were also availble for a small donation with proceeds going towards saving the Ka Iwi Coastline. Mahalo to all that attended this memorable event!

 

http://youtube.com/watch?v=c5BurJhk1l8 http://youtube.com/watch?v=lS6Jc-Gj1aI

VIDEO BY GREG KNUDSEN - CHAIR OF THE HAWAII KAI NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD

5-11-08 A big Mahalo to our customers that supported our first fund raiser

5-11-08  A big Mahalo to all that supported our 1st LHKH fundraiser! It was great to get people back into the Kamilo Nui Valley. It was so amazing to hear how many folks had never seen the farm lots and were totally impressed that they could travel just around the corner and find themselves in a country setting. Remember, don't overwater the orchids!

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