Waimea Valley Spring Events
Moon Walk, Earth Day, Easter Brunch and May Day
Waimea Valley hosts many community events throughout the year. April is the beginning of a Spring season of fun.
Moon Walk and Dinner
Waimea Valley’s Moon Walk is back—hike through the valley after dark to experience it like never before on Saturday, April 13, and again on Saturday, May 11. The Proud Peacock will reopen from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. for dinner. Check the website (WaimeaValley.net) for upcoming details on the menu and prices. Admission times for the Walk are 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Each session begins with an ‘oli (chant) and brief Waimea Valley overview. You must exit the Valley no later than 10 p.m. For your safety and to make your trip enjoyable, please review our FAQ section on WaimeaValley.net. Tickets can also be reserved online.
Earth Day – Calling All Volunteers
Looking for a rewarding Earth Day volunteer experience? Register to join the ohana of volunteers at Waimea Valley on Saturday April 20. There are volunteer opportunities throughout the valley. RSVP at Volunteers@WaimeaValley.net.
Easter Brunch and Keiki Egg Hunt
Sunday, April 21 at the Pikake Pavillion/Main Lawn features family-style brunch and egg hunt just for the keiki. Book online at WaimeaValley.net.
May Day is Lei Day
Join in on the free fun on Wednesday, May 1 for May Day at Waimea Valley. This annual event features hula performances, live music and lei making competition. Learn more at WaimeaValley.net.
Location: Waimea Valley Road, Haleiwa. For more information, or to make reservations or purchase tickets, call 808-638-7766 or visit WaimeaValley.net.Edit ModuleShow Tags