Oahu Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association

I Remember You

Oct 16 2010 10:00 am
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Event Description: 

A fundraiser for the Wounded Warrior program here in Hawaii. Two courses, short (less than 2 miles) long about 5 miles. Party afterwards at Jimmy Buffett's. Free Trolly Bus ride to and from after race party.

43rd Annual Duke Kahanamoku Long Distance Race

Aug 15 2010 7:30 am
Aug 15 2010 2:00 pm
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Event Description: 

Lanikai Canoe Club is proud to host the Duke Race!
Wahine iron race in Kailua Bay followed by the men's race from Kailua to Hilton Hawaiian Village.
Canvasses mandatory for both races.
Forms available here soon, or visit the website shown above.
LCC appreciates the support of these gracious event sponsors:
Aloha Kia Auto Group, CharterIP, Pinky's Pupu Bar and Grill, Hilton Hawaiian Village, and Bud Light.

George Perry Memorial Keiki Race

May 15 2010 8:00 am
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Event Description: 

16th Annual George Perry Memorial Keiki Race
Hosted by Lanikai Canoe Club at Kailua Beach Park
Saturday May 15th, 2010
Please see flyer for contact and registration information.
One-of-a-kind event for our youth paddlers.

Keahiakahoe Canoe Club Presents The Kala'iomalulani Race

May 8 2010 7:00 am
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Event Description: 

The 11th annual pre-season Kala'iomalulani Canoe Race will be another pre-season teaser. The 2009 race was a success and we're predicting the same in 2010. The Long Course will start in Kailua and finish at He'eia Kea Pier. The Short Course will start at He'eia Kea Pier, will continue toward Kualoa and back into Kahalu'u Pier (weather permitting for both courses). The short course will be for the womens, juniors and mixed crews. Don't forget the "'Ono" food Keahiakahoe is know for. We would like to extend an open invitation to all canoe clubs who may be interested in taking part in this highly competitive race.

We will invite all clubs to bring down the juniors in their clubs to join in the Keiki Race to be held at the Keahiakahoe Canoe Club race site. Registration is a small $30 per crew and also includes awards and lunch.

*This is a pre-season OHCRA sanctioned race
** Parking - The Harbor Master a He'eia Kea Pier will not be permitting any parking of vehicles in trailer stalls that do not have a trailer attached to them. HPD will be on site to ticket violators! Parking in Kahalu'u will be up Waihe'e Road. There will be Trailer Parking ONLY at the Kahalu'u Halau Site. Signs will be posted.

Keahiakahoe Canoe Club presents the Kahiau Race 2010

Apr 17 2010 8:00 am
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Event Description: 

The 5th annual pre-season Kahiau Canoe Race will be pre-season teaser. The 2009 race was a success with a record 65 crews participating and we're predicting the same in 2010. Our goal is to have at least 75 crews. The Long Course will start in Ke'ehi Lagoon, turn on the Honolulu Harbor buoy and finish back into Ke'ehi Lagoon. The Short Course will start in Ke'ehi Lagoon, will continue to a buoy placed outside of Sand Island and back into Ke'ehi Lagoon (weather permitting for both courses). The short course will be for both the womens and mixed crews. Don't forget the "'Ono" food Keahiakahoe is know for. Let’s hope for some bumps and challenging conditions. We would like to extend an open invitation to all canoe clubs who may be interested in taking part in this highly competitive race.

Hei Hei Wa'a International Invitational

Feb 27 2010 10:00 am
Mar 3 2010 3:00 pm
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Event Description: 

Keahiakahoe Canoe Club is proud to announce the 2nd annual Hei Hei Wa’a International Invitational. This is a race series for students grades 4 thru 12 to compete at an international level of competition. Teams from around state and the south pacific have been invited to participate and there is thus far a there is a strong showing of intent. This will provide great exposure for our student athletes on a Grand Scale.

Race Dates:
• Saturday, February 27, 2010 @ 10:30am (6 man long distance race beginning at Sand Island)
• Sunday, February 28, 2010 @ 9:00am (6 man sprint race at Ke'ehi Lagoon - Awards to follow with culture night at 5pm)
• Wednesday, March 3, 2010 @ 3:00pm (1 man relay race at Ke'ehi Lagoon <3 paddlers per team>)

Registration:
• All rosters, division entries and fees must be submitted prior to February 19 @ 12:00 noon with the exception of the relay race registration due on March 1 @ 12:00 noon. Please email all forms to Sheila Sanford at alapahcc@aol.com.

Fee Schedule: (Registration fee is a one time fee. Race fee applies to each crew entry)
• $5 registration fee per paddler
• $18 per 6 man crew
• $9 per 1 man relay team

Divisions: (there are boys, girls and mixed crews in each division)
• Novice "B" - 4th thru 6th grade student athlete
• Novice "A" - 7th thru 8th grade student athlete
• Junior Varsity - 9th thru 10th grade student athlete
• Varsity - 11th thru 12th grade student athlete

Long Distance Race Lengths:
Novice "A" 1 mile, Junior Varsity and Varsity 4 miles, Varsity Mix 2 miles.
*There will be "NO" Novice "B" division for the Long Distance event.

More information can be found at www.keahiakahoe.com

Kalua Turkey Fundraiser 2009

Nov 25 2009 4:00 pm
Nov 26 2009 9:00 pm
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Event Description: 

Keahiakahoe Canoe Club is proud to announce their Annual Kalua Turkey Fundraiser to be held on Wednesday, November 25, 2009. Tired of plain baked or deep fried turkey? Take the guess work out of testing your turkey for the optimal temperature, and let us do the work with a refreshing twist on the Thanksgiving feast. Kalua Turkey is a delectable treat when cooked in a traditional “imu.” This is quickly becoming a time honored tradition and space is limited.

This years Kalua Turkey Fundraiser will start on Wednesday November 25, 2009 with turkey drop-off between 4:00 – 5:30pm at Kahalu’u Beach Park (our practice site) located across from Kahalu’u District Park. All turkeys must be thawed, seasoned and wrapped in aluminum foil at least three times to keep the juices in and the turkey moist. (No foil pans please!) The turkeys will then be roasted in the imu over night. Turkey pick-up will be the following morning on Thursday November 26, 2009 from 9:00 – 11:00am at Kahalu’u Beach Park once again. Please bring a foil pan for pick-up as the turkeys will still be HOT.

And we don’t discriminate on the size of the turkey either. 5lbs or 15lbs, what ever suits your family, all are welcome. Purchase of your pre-sale ticket doesn’t limit you to only turkeys. In past years, we’ve roasted Pork, Laulaus, and Palusami. What ever your heart desires and imagination can think up. Tickets are $15 per turkey / dish and proceeds will go toward refurbishing our aging koa canoe “Keolahouomaeha’apiti.” As an added special, you can also purchase two tickets for $25. We are delighted to provide this type of service and welcome all participants to “our Kahalu’u.”

For more information and tickets contact:
Stan Dickson @ (808) 222-5975 or
Gilbert Silva @ (808) 348-3359

Come join us in our fundraising effort and let's make waves!

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