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Polynesian Cultural Center | Halloween Special Events

The Polynesian Cultural Center is a must do when visiting the island of Oahu (Honolulu County).  The center opened in 1963, with over 1.300 employees representing the Polynesian cultures for all to enjoy the different cultures, dance and food from the island and nations from Hawaii to Samoa, Fiji, Tahiti Tonga and more---  Needless to say, Polynesia include 12 million square miles of the Pacific Ocean.

A year round treat for residents and visitors alike, the Polynesian Cultural Center also has a special treat for Halloween.   The "Haunted Lagoon" canoe ride.  Ghouls and creatures join the La'ie (la ee eh) Lady and the Haunted Lagoon gives excitement to those thrill seekers through the month of October. They will depart periodically from 6:30 to 9pm every Monday, Wednesday. Friday and Saturday!  Get more details here:   HAUNTED LAGOON EVENT INFO

You can also read the "Lost Diary" and find out all about the story behind the Haunted Lagoon and the La'ie Lady here:   THE LOST DIARY  You can also get more info for the Keiki (children) canoe rides here:  KIDS KEIKI CANOE RIDE.

Special Month of October Halloween Events for the Haunted Lagoon at the Polynesian Cultural Center include:

  • Haunted Lagoon Costume Contest at the Hale Kuai every night starting at 7:30pm. Inquire upon arrival at the center.
  • Haunted Lagoon Pumpkin Carving Contest starting October 18th. Those attending the Haunted Lagoon can enter their pumpkin into the carving contest to win different prizes.  DOWNLOAD ENTRY FORM

 

Needless to say, the Polynesian Cultural Center is year round entertainment for the whole family as well as having specials and holiday theme oriented programs.

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The Polynesian Cultural Center is located on the North Shore of Oahu in La'ie. Located at 55-370 Kamehameha Highway you can enjoy a coastline scenic route from Waikiki going across the Pali Highway, Likelike Highway, the H-3 Highway or along the H-1 to H-2 and connecting to Kamehameha Highway via the Central Oahu to North Shore route.

 

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Celeste "Sally" Cheeseman is a Realtor-Associate with Century 21 Liberty Homes in Mililani, Hawaii. With a sharp understanding that a listening ear is the key to a client's needs she serves all Hawaii Home Buyers and Sellers on the island of Oahu (Honolulu County) including all Hawaii Military Relocating to Hawaii, Hawaii Retirees, Hawaii Job Transfers and Hawaii Residents.

Website: www.hawaiihomesmarket.com

                                                       

 

Celeste "Sally" Cheeseman  is a Realtor-Associate® and Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) with Century 21 Liberty Homes in Mililani, Hawaii. With a sharp understanding that a listening ear is the key to a client's needs  she serves the island of Oahu (Honolulu County) and all Hawaii Military Relocations, Hawaii Retirees, Hawaii Job Transfers and Hawaii Residents, Home Buyers and Sellers.

 

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Comment balloon 17 commentsCeleste "SALLY" Cheeseman • October 23 2010 01:35AM
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