A Walk in the Moonlight?

     While the North Shore is known for its beaches, it has many other facets you will want to enjoy! For example, after a day of sun and surf how about an evening walk? There are two very special walks coming up that we would like to suggest. One is our ARTWALK, offered the last Saturday of each month in Haleiwa. This month that date falls on March 30th from 5-9pm.  You can stroll down the main street, view the featured artwork of  many talented local artists, and even meet some of them personally! Along with the showcased art there will be pupus, sidewalk sales, and live entertainment. You can call 637-2284 for more details.

If you are more inclined towards a quiet evening enjoying the beauty of nature by the light of the moon, then the Moonwalk in Waimea Valley might interest you. This unusual walk is offered once a month as near the date of the full moon as possible. This month’s walk will take place this Friday, March 22nd, from 8-9:30pm A botanical staff member will accompany you as a guide to point out night-blooming plants and answer questions. While it is only a mile and a half walk, please keep in mind that it will be dark (it is not a lighted path) and there are some small hills aand rocky streambeds. Wear closed toe shoes and bring along a flashlight. Mosquito repellant is advised also. Visiting the valley during the day first will acquaint you better with the path before the evening walk. Admission is $5 and you pay at the gift shop when you arrive. If you need more information about this nature walk call 638-7766.

Whether you seek the social atmosphere of a night in Haleiwa town or the serenity of  historic Waimea Valley, either of these walks would be a wonderful way to enjoy the moonlight of a tropical evening on the North Shore!

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