Where can I park?
Self parking is available at Kapi'olani Medical Center for Women and Children, entrance on Bingham Street.
Valet Parking is available at the following locations:
* Maryknoll High School - entrance on Punahou Street
* First Church Christ Scientist - entrance on Puanhou Street
Is there entertainment?
Yes! There will be entertainment by our own Maryknoll students.
Can I buy more tickets when I get there?
Yes. A limited amount of luau tickets will be available for sale at the Will Call booth located at the entrance to the gym.
What forms of payment do you take?
You can pay for luau tickets, game scrips,the craft fair, and silent auction items by credit card (MasterCard, VISA and AMEX only), cash or check.
All game booths, the snack shop, and Project Grad booths must use scrips.
Can I change my mind on dining in and opt to take out instead?
Yes. Also, if you opt to dine-in instead of take-out, you may also do that. Take-out is also available during dine-in service.
Where do I go to take out my food?
A take-out/drive-through will be located at the Alexander/Dole entrance to the Grade School Campus from 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm.
What type of donations do you need for the silent auction?
Unopened toys or new books.
Gift certificates (of any kind or amount – even $5 Jamba Juice GCs are great).
Services/Lessons (Do you teach swimming or piano OR are you a chef or masseuse? We’d love to auction your services!)
Unused bath soaps, lotions, etc.
New/unused handbags, jewelry, stationery.
Crafts – handmade jewelry, quilts, art, photographs, woodcrafts, etc.
Tickets to an event – theater, museums, sports (UH games, or even sports teams on the mainland), opera, Hawaii Theater for Youth? Any tickets you might have.
Gift wrapping supplies – ribbon (1/2 inch or wider), rolls of cellophane, cello basket bags (the large ones).
Donations should be dropped off at the Office of Institutional Advancement (1526 Alexander Street, Second Floor) by Friday, October 4, 2012. If you have any questions, please contact the Luau Silent Auction Co-Chairs – Lori Chong Kee (Kylie and Treyden – 2nd grade) at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dawn Sugihara (Carson Beard – 1st grade) at email@example.com.
What type of donations do you need for the Bake Sale?
We need baked goods, breads, food items, handmade items, plants, flowers, fresh produce, jellies, jams, chutneys, and more. All items should be ready to sell and packaged individually.
Where do I drop off perishable donations such as plants, flowers, and baked goods?Perishable donations should be dropped off the day of luau, October 19th , between 7:00 am - 9:00 am at the Wilder Street drop-off area.
Do you need volunteers that day?
Absolutely. We are seeking assistance with parking, set-up, and break-down. To sign up on any of the committees, contact Maile Kawamura at 952-7316 or firstname.lastname@example.org