Photos by Wayne Shinbara

The streets through KĀne‘ohe were on pause two weeks ago as the annual KĀne‘ohe Christmas Parade was back on this year after a two-year hiatus. The parade started at Haiku Road near Windward Mall and ended at Castle High School on KĀne‘ohe Bay Drive. Known as one of the largest community-run parades in Hawai‘i, the parade hosted 2,800 marchers, 56 vehicles, 23 floats and seven bands!

Air Force marching band.
Air Force marching band.
Gee Yung Chinese Martial Arts, Dragon & Lion Dance Sports Association.
Gee Yung Chinese Martial Arts, Dragon & Lion Dance Sports Association.
Fellow marchers from Central Pacific Bank.
Fellow marchers from Central Pacific Bank.

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