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Oahu Fruitluck at Sans Souci Park in Waikiki! (once-a-month on 2nd sunday)
Join us for sun, beach and delicious fruits! We love meeting at this central location with plenty of shade with beautiful trees and benches as well as the beach right there for us all to enjoy ourselves. Tropical & local fruit is suggested :) Also, the Waikiki Acrobatic Troupe hosts a weekly Sunday gathering with acro, hooping, slacklines and a lovely community starting around 4pm, right here in the same park! So keep that in mind if you want to stick around after our fruitluck. Parking: Park on the street anywhere up and down Kalakaua Avenue between Honolulu Zoo and Waikiki Aquarium, anywhere you can find a spot open. It's packed with people using the park and the beach so parking is tight. If you go around a couple of times, you might be able to get a street parking spot opening up as somebody is leaving. You gotta feed the parking meter! Don't forget, you could get a meter ticket. -- Next, there are (3) THREE huge parking lots on Monsarrat Avenue. These are near the Bandstand & Duck Pond, and the Waikiki Shell. All of these 3 lots have free parking, all day free of charge. --- You could also park by the zoo on Kapahulu Avenue. Parking meters cost more though, so not as desirable. Or, you could park halfway across the park on Paki Avenue and have yourself a nice walk across the park with a view of Diamond Head in the background. It's all about exercise right? But once again, it's best if you get there early and you snag a spot in 1 of the 3 free open lots on Monsarrat next to the Duck Pond, Bandstand, or Waikiki Shell Amphitheatre. After you park, just go towards the ocean, get to the grass by the beach, and start looking for a picnic table with some fruit on it ... which means you'll have to get there before we eat it all up! :)) So set out early so you can get there all good! Map:

Kapiolani Park on the Beach (The Picnic Tables near Lifeguard stand E2)

2699 Kalakaua Avenue · Honolulu, HI

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Aloha! Oahu Fruitluck (now part of the Vegetarian Society of Hawaii, the new organizer of this meetup) events continue to be announced here. VSH events on various islands are also announced, plus other vegan events that follow our VSH mission to promote human health, animal rights and protection of the environment by means of vegetarian (whole food, plant-based vegan) education. The name of each event starts with its island location (Big Island is used for the island of Hawaii to prevent confusing it with the state of Hawaii).

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