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64th Annual Picnic for the Blind and Visually Impaired
16 Apr 2011
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Manawale'a Riding Center, 41-170A Waikupanaha Street, Waimanalo
The Ko'olaupoko Lions Club in coordination with Manawale'a Riding Center Branch Club, Ho'opono, and the Lions Clubs of O'ahu would like to invite you to join us for a day of ranch fun for everyone! Activities include:
Horseback Riding (
Covered shoes & long pants required to ride
), Ono Ranch -Style Lunch, Games & Prizes, Country Western Talent Contest, and Western-Themed Costume Contest.
Please call Ho'opono at 586-5269 by April 7, 2011 to make reservations for the picnic
and to arrange for bus transportation, provided by the Lions. Important bus information: Be at Ho'opono by 9 am. The bus leaves at 9:30 am and will return to Ho'opono at 3:30 pm.
Manawale'a Riding Center Ph# 808-352-1523
From Castle Hospital: SOUTHEAST onto Kalanianaole Hwy (4.8 miles) turn RIGHT onto Hihimanu Street (0.3 miles), turn LEFT onto Waikupanaha Street (0.2 miles) look for signs on left.
From Sea Life Park: NORTHWEST on Kalanianaole Hwy (3.2 miles), turn LEFT onto Hihimanu Street (0.3 miles), turn LEFT onto Waikupanaha Street (0.2 miles) look for signs on left.
KCOC would like to Thank the Koolaupoko Lions for all their time and energy donated to the KCOC for our Light Up Kailua Project and Independence Day Parade....Mahalo to Reinhold Metzger and the Koolaupoko Lioins.
1 (808) 261-7997
Kailua Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center