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Waimea Valley Summer Fun

Enjoy Food, Crafts, Movies and Concerts!

Summer is a special time for families and friends to gather and enjoy Waimea Valley—a botanical garden gem. Whether strolling through the Valley soaking in the natural settings, including the spectacular waterfall at the Valley’s head, or picking up produce at the weekly farmer’s market, Waimea Valley is a magical place to visit regularly. The various activities scheduled for some summer fun are:

Haleiwa Farmers Market

Every Thursday, Waimea Valley hosts the Haleiwa Farmers Market from 2-6 p.m. at the Pikake Pavilion. Come and enjoy the selection of local food, produce, crafts on display and a beer and wine bar. Parking is free!

Screen on the Green

Join the fun on select Thursday evenings for Screen on the Green. After the Farmers Market, the free screenings are on the main lawn and are open to the public. Families can bring blankets and pillows, or low chairs (no high beach chairs, please). Be sure to come a bit early to grab some food and drinks from the Farmers Market. The movie starts at 7:15 p.m. Visit WaimeaValley.net for the schedule of movies.

Summer Concert Series

The 7th Annual Summer Concert Series, Saturday, June 29, July 27 and August 31 at 3:00 p.m. on the main lawn. This annual showcase of local artists and performers celebrates Hawaiian music and dance. Tickets can be purchased by calling 808-638-7766, at WaimeaValley.net, or by visiting the Valley’s giftshop.

Moon Walk and Dinner Buffet

Come down to Waimea Valley after dark to experience it like never before. The coming dates are June 14 and July 12. 50% off Moonwalk admission with dinner reservations.

Location: Waimea Valley Road, Haleiwa. For more information, or to make reservations or purchase tickets, call 808-638-7766 or visit WaimeaValley.net

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