Mililani carnival weekend brings Central Oahu fun
Classic carnival fun, plus a kiddie section with a petting zoo and a car display for automotive enthusiasts are all part of the Mililani Carnival this weekend at Mililani High School.
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Classic carnival fun — rides, games and novelties — plus a kiddie section with a petting zoo and a car display for automotive enthusiasts are all part of the frills and thrills at E.K. Fernandez Shows’ Mililani Carnival, this weekend at Mililani High School.
“This is my favorite activity of the year,” said Mililani High School principal Fred Murphy. “I love seeing all of our students and staff members come together each year to make this event happen for our community.”
The event includes school-run food booths, Honolulu Police Department’s keiki and kupuna ID cards available Friday and Saturday, and a lion dance 6 p.m. Saturday. A carousel, Magic Maze, Rockin’ Tug, Super Slide and Zero Gravity are among the carnival rides, which will be discounted all day Sunday.
>> Where: Mililani High School, 95-1200 Meheula Parkway
>> When: 5 to 11 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday
>> Cost: Free; an E.K. Fernandez Shows Fun Pass is required to ride rides, play games, buy novelties and purchase food and beverages at the Fernandez food concessions; the Fun Pass is not valid at food booths and other activities operated by Mililani High School, as those activities require carnival scrip
>> Parking: $5 to park on campus
>> Info: ekfernandezshows.com