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Hey, Daddy-o! The word from the bird is that it’s time to fire up your rocket, lay a patch, and make the scene at Punahou Carnival 2017! It’s a real kick!! Let me clue you in so you can be in orbit for an unreal experience.

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Dates and Times

February 3 and 4, 2016. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily on the lower Punahou School campus.

Weather Forecast

Sure the Carnival’s earthbound for its rain and mud. In fact, (more…)

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It’s a “Futuristic Fantasy” and sure to be a lot of fun. Here are some tips to make your Carnival experience a great one.

Layout for the 2012 Punahou Carnival grounds. Click for a larger image.

Dates and Times

February 3 and 4, 2012. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.

Weather Forecast

Sure the Carnival’s famous for its rain and mud. In fact, one year it was rained out on Friday! Click here to see what’s in the forecast before you head on out to rain-blessed Manoa.

iPhone App

iCarnival gives you pricing, a Carnival map, parking information and more. It’s the Punahou Carnival all in the pocket of your pants. Check it out!

Parking

Consider the bus or carpooling but, if that’s not in the cards, here’s where to start the search for that elusive parking space. For families coming to campus for Carnival:

  • When parking is available on Rice Field, Nehoa Gate will be open.
  • Barwick Playground will open for parking after students have cleared the area. Enter via Upper Manoa Gate.

Parking is also available at nearby locations. To find out where and for how much (more…)

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Received this notice from Punahou that inflation has hit scrip once again. Was entertained by the spin that malasada prices had returned to one scrip. This after the 2005 price increase where malasadas went to fifty cents (two scrip). It was later announced that, that year, the additional twenty-five cents were to support victims of the the Indian Ocean tsunami.

This 1977 picture shows scrip as they were for Punahou74: sold in denominations of five and ten cents. Regardless of their price, let's make sure that there are plenty of malasadas on which boys like he can spend his scrip. Support the class shift at Ewa malasadas! Thanks to all who have volunteered and looking forward to seeing those who haven't when they drop by to buy their Carnival malasada fix.

Good news! Carnival scrip will be (more…)

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