Hawaii Self Storage is celebrating the grand opening of its new Kapolei location, the company’s fifth site, with a Family Fun Festival featuring Halloween activities. The event will take place Oct. 24-26 from 5 to 9 p.m., and all proceeds will benefit the Kalaeloa Homeless Shelter, Kapolei High School and Kapolei Public Library. Highlights include:
- A “spooky trail” developed and run by Kapolei High School's drama department, the Kapolei Interact Club (teen Rotary) and the Leo Club (teen Lions). Guests will walk through eight eerie scenes that are appropriate for children ages five and older. A donation of $2 is requested to enter.
- “Ghoulish Games” through which kids can test their skill and win prizes. Coordinated by the Waianae High School student government, activities include pumpkin decorating, a coloring contest, a “fishing for spooks” contest and pumpkin bowling. The cost to play all eight games is $5.
- A free costume contest with prizes for the scariest and cutest costumes. The contest will be held at 7:30 p.m. on all three nights, with adult and child categories.
The Kapolei facility was built by local development company MW Group Ltd. Hawaii Self-Storage also has sites in Kaimuki, Mililani, Pearl City and Salt Lake. For more information, visit www.hawaiiselfstorage.net.