THE NATIONAL KIDNEY FOUNDATION PRESENTS
Walk on the Wild Side Celebration
Just do it! In rubbah slippah or walking shoes, alone or in a pack, "Walk on the Wild Side” on Saturday, March 10, 2018. The National Kidney Foundation organizes the event to promote a healthier walking lifestyle. All over Chinatown residents and visitors are invited to get in touch with their inner wild side.
The event is a unique art, culture and health fair to showcase the history and beauty of Honolulu's historic center and to discover the unique and unusual. This is the opportunity to experience the heart of Honolulu’s health, entertainment, art and culture, restaurants, theater. The retail stores and restaurants are running specials, art and cultural activities and new discoveries to entice the public to their open houses.
The National Kidney Foundation’s Mystery Walk fundraiser will lead walkers in search of historic places of interest. Everyone is invited to slow walk as they browse the pop-ups on Fort St. Mall, Sun Yat Sen Park, Pauahi St. and Nuuanu Avenue – and to find the hands-on art demonstrations, 5 different make and take art and music and entertainment centers offered free to the public.
Retail pop-up activities for shoppers, and food trucks for the hungry, adventures for explorers to try a wide variety of both new and established food offerings. The nonprofit arts and culture community will be there to showcase their membership: Hawaii Potters Guild, Pastel Association of Hawaii, Plein Aire Painters of Oahu, Hawaii Craftsmen and more.
Fort St. Mall | Sun Yat Sen Park | Pauahi St. | Nuuanu Ave.