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Aloha Parade

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  1. The Floral Parade marks the end of the Aloha Festivals, held every year on the last Saturday of September. Parade floats are intricately decorated with colorful, fresh flowers that make for a breathtaking scene.
  2. Jun 02,  · The 73rd annual Aloha Festivals Floral Parade brought the month-long Aloha Festivals to a close on Sept. 28 with floats decorated with fresh flowers, pa‘u riders, marching bands and civic.
  3. The Aloha Festival Parade is one of the most famous events and offers the distinction of covering numerous aspects of Hawaiian culture through visually stunning floats adorned in vibrant local flowers, marching bands, and male and female Pau Riders.
  4. The monthlong Aloha Festivals celebration in September ends with a Floral Parade down Kalakaua Avenue - the main strip through Waikiki. I went to the parade for the first time this year, and got some terrific pictures of floats and paniolo and pa’u riders in Hawaiian riding /55 TripAdvisor reviews.
  5. Sep 29,  · Aloha Festival Floral Parade 73rd 9/28/ We are on Ala Moana Blvd in front of Ala Moana Beach Park to watch this years 73rd Aloha Festival Floral Parade. Pa’ū Queen, Princesses of .
  6. Aloha Aina Events: A series of community recycling drives at different Oahu schools hosted by the Kokua Hawaii Foundation. Up to two per month. Drives are held from am to pm. Click the link for more information and upcoming events. Waipahu High School, October 19, Kailua Intermediate School, November 2,
  7. Sep 29,  · Events and celebrations are frequently marked by parades but I think one of the most impressive is the Aloha Parade. I happened upon it by accident last year and was amazed at the sheer beauty of the flower-covered floats. This year, it has been on my calendar for months. In addition to the tropical beauty, the parade serves as an illustration.
  8. Apr 13,  · Pa’u riders and the Aloha Festival floral equestrian parade are part of the great cultural practices of Hawaii. Pa’u riders are women who ride horses astride while draped in yards of fabric and flowers. Parades in Hawaii often feature pa’u riders, including the Aloha Festival, a September month-long festival of Hawaiian culture.

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