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October 13, 2021

SAFELY TRICK-OR-TREAT AT SALT AT OUR KAKA‘AKO ON HALLOWEEN


 When: Oct. 31, 2021, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

 
Where: SALT at Our Kakaʻako
691 Auahi Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
 
What:
Keiki, pets and their humans can jump into their costumes for a fun and safe trick-or-treat experience at SALT at Our Kaka‘ako. Dress up and get candy and treats from participating SALT tenants on Halloween, Sunday, October 31, 2021, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Look for the trick-or-treat signs in front of businesses. The center asks that participants continue to social distance during this spooktacular activity to keep everyone safe. 

For more fa-boo-lous fun, SALT is also holding a Halloween costume contest for keiki and pets visiting the center. Contestants can take a picture in costume at their favorite SALT merchant or in The Barn, post it on Instagram and tag @saltourkakaako. Winners will be selected based on creativity and overall costume. Contestants can enter now to October 31 at 11:59 p.m. HST. One winner from each category (keiki, pets) will receive a prize valued at $100 from participating SALT merchants. Winners will be announced on Instagram Stories on Monday, November 1, 2021. Entrants must be a Hawaiʻi resident to win and able to pick up their prize at SALT.

On Halloween and throughout the month, guests can also explore the shops, restaurants and the unique murals that have made SALT at Our Kaka‘ako urban Honolulu’s premier retail destination. Located in the heart of the Arts District of Our Kaka‘ako, SALT is home to more than 40 shops, restaurants and service providers, many locally owned. Customers can find everything from Hawaiian, Korean, Vietnamese, Filipino and Japanese cuisine, as well as captivating street art, vinyl records, film photography, locally grown chocolate, a butcher and deli, vintage clothing, surf and urban fashions and more.

SALT follows safety and social distancing guidelines. Guests are required to wear face masks when entering merchant locations. Visitors to the center are asked to stay home if they are sick, to prevent the spread of COVID-19. 

Visit www.saltatkakaako.com for more information about SALT’s merchants, restaurants and dining options. Follow on Facebook and Instagram @SaltOurKakaako.
 
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About SALT at Our Kaka‘ako
Named after the pa‘akai (‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i for “salt”) ponds that once dotted the low-lying wetlands of the area, SALT at Our Kaka‘ako embodies the urban, island culture of the emerging Our Kaka‘ako neighborhood. Owned by Kamehameha Schools (KS), income generated from SALT at Our Kakaʻako and KS’ endowment portfolio supports KS’ educational mission. www.saltatkakaako.com 

About Our Kakaʻako
Our Kaka‘ako encompasses nine city blocks in the heart of Kaka‘ako centered around the arts, culture and creative hub on Auahi, Keawe and Coral streets. It’s an emerging epicenter for Hawai‘i’s urban-island culture that is an incubator for a variety of artists, chefs, influencers and entrepreneurs. Rooted in Hawaiian cultural values, Our Kakaʻako is built on empowering creativity, cultivating innovation and building a truly unique, local community. www.ourkakaako.com

About Kamehameha Schools
Founded in 1887 by the legacy of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, Kamehameha Schools (KS) is a private, educational, charitable trust committed to improving the capability and well-being of Native Hawaiian people through education. KS envisions a thriving lāhui where learners, grounded in Christian and Hawaiian values, grow into ʻōiwi leaders who inspire and contribute to their communities, both locally and globally.” For more information, visit www.ksbe.eduand connect via Facebook and Instagram (@kamehamehaschools) and Twitter (@ksnews).

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