Kapolei Commons SNOW DAY!
Kapolei Commons brought the joy of snow to keiki and their families to kickoff the holiday season. It was a perfect Hawaiian day in Kapolei where 20 tons of snow fell on Snow Day held Saturday, November 29th, 10am - Noon! Over 3,000 people joined the festivities to experience the thrill and chill of snow!
Keiki were jumping into the snow making snowmen, getting their face painted, taking free pictures with Santa and The Storybook Princess's Anna & Elsa. Free snow cones were provided by Coldwell Pacific Properties, arts and crafts with YELP, NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) helped the community get to know their habitat better, and HPD showed up in force with their Keiki Print photo booth. St. Baldrick's, an organization that raises money for childhood cancer, got 7 people to shave their heads for the cause!
Saturday November 29, 2014 10 am - 12 pm
- FREE photos with Santa and Storybook Princesses, Crafts, Face Painting, Tattoos and Balloons!
- NOAA Fisheries presents "Habitat in Your Neighborhood" with educational displays and children's activities about coral and reef systems.
- YELP will be hosting holiday arts & crafts and FREE SNOW CONES courtesy of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties!
- PETCO will be onsite with their Pet Adoption booth and visit the St. Baldricks's booth and be a hero for Childhood Cancer.
- HPD Keiki Print will be onsite to help parents and guardians collect and save information on their children.
Kapolei Commons – 20 tons of snow will be falling in the parking area across from Down to Earth
• 4450 Kapolei Parkway, Kapolei, HI 96707, across from Wet ‘N Wild Waterpark
FIRST SNOW DAY OF THE SEASON Comes to Kapolei Commons!
20 Tons of Snow Falling on Saturday, November 29th, 10 am – 12 noon
WHAT: Kapolei Commons kicks off the holiday season with SNOW DAY! It’s a FREE fun-filled event for the whole family!
WHEN: Saturday, November 29, 2014 – 10 am – 12 noon
** FREE photos with Santa and Storybook Princesses, Crafts, Face Painting, Tattoos and Balloons!
Mahalo to our co-sponsors: