Do you want to GET INVOLVED with your community?! Whether it's through fitness, the environment, or any other way that you strive to GET OUT THERE, ULOHA is here to help you out! Check out our EVENTS CALENDAR to check out all of the ways that YOU can GET INVOLVED! Participate in beach clean-ups, trail races, tree-waterings, and more this month!
The 2023 Endless Summer Festival will be held along Kalakaua Avenue (in Waikiki) on SATURDAY: July 1st from 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM. ULOHA is very excited to have a booth at Hawaii's premiere festival! Make sure to visit us as you experience this exciting block party. The festival will have a plethora of booths for you to explore: from local crafts and arts to local businesses to Food Trucks. This event has something for everyone in your family and friends to enjoy! We look forward to seeing you all out there on July 1st!
The Coconut Chase 8k is coming up on SUNDAY, JULY 2nd! The race will be held at Magic Island @ Ala Moana Beach Park. Start time is 6:30 am. Early packet pick-up will be held at ULOHA on SATURDAY, JULY 1st from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE RACE
The KAENA POINT FIRECRACKER is coming up! This is one of the HURT Trail Races. It will be held on SATURDAY: JULY 1st, 2023 - start time being 7:00 am. The course is 9.5 miles along Kaena Point, so while there are beautiful and motivational views to take in along the run, this race can be a hot one! Prepare yourself by stopping into ULOHA to pick up some electrolytes (salt/Nuun tablets, Skratch hydration powder, and more!). ULOHA will also be hosting an aid station along the course. We look forward to seeing you all challenging yourself in...
The 30th Anniversary of the Hawai’i Conservation Conference will be held this year: JUNE 27th - JUNE 29th at the Hawaii Convention Center. This conference provides participants with the opportunity to connect with like-minded environmentalists to collaborate and innovate on ideas regarding caring for the biodiversity and natural resources that Hawai’i has to offer. Check out the Hawai’i Conservation Conference by clicking HERE. By getting educated on conservation, YOU can have a positive impact on our environment!