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Welcome to the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii

Aloha and welcome to the North Shore of Oahu. Renowned for its legendary beaches, Haleiwa is a favorite refuge for Hawaii's residents and a must-see for visitors. Nowhere else on Oahu will you find quaint shops and cafes housed in plantation-era buildings less than five miles from world-famous surf spots.

Upcoming Events

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  • July 4, 2022 10 am - 8:30 pm

    1st Annual 4th of July Car Show and Festival in the Park

  • Friday, December 09, 2022, 6 pm

    Hale’iwa Christmas Parade

  • Saturdays, 2pm (Haleiwa Store Lots)

    Live Entertainment

  • Saturdays, 8:30am - 2pm (Waialua Sugar Mill)

    Waialua Farmers’ Market

Membership Spotlight

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Carol Philips founded North Shore Surf Girls to provide an inclusive, fun, and safe experience for people of all ages, from all over the World, to learn how to surf.

Growing up on the North Shore, she fell in love with surfing and discovered it to be both thrilling and intimidating. North Shore Surf Girls are here to take away the intimidation factor and focus on fun by teaching you what the protocol is for board responsibility, how to look for currents, and, most importantly, how to get up on your feet and ride a wave!

Time is our most precious gift. Make the most of your visit to Oahu by learning to surf with instructors who care and love to share Hawaii’s gift to the world.

Carol Philips, Director of Operations The North Shore Surf Girls, Inc.

“Surfing…Hawaii’s gift to the world!”

cell: (808) 779-6222 office:  (808) 637-2977 fax: (808) 637-2977

email: Lessons@NorthShoreSurfGirls.com

web: NorthShoreSurfGirls.com

North Shore Chamber of Commerce’s Signage Project and Walking Tour are Preserving Haleiwa Town History

The North Shore Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the first three plaques of its Haleiwa Interpretative Signage Project have been installed.  These plaques are now displayed at the Waialua Community Association Building, the North Shore Chamber of Commerce building(formerly known as the Mutual Telephone Company building), and the Haleiwa Shingon Mission. The Chamber secured grant monies from the Hawaii Tourism Authority, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Atherton Family Foundation to mount twenty-one bronze interpretive plaques on Haleiwa buildings of the most historic significance and erect four orientation kiosks.

The narrative on the plaques provide a short history of each significant building.  The Chamber’s Historic Committee Chair, Antya Miller explains, “Without interpretation, visitors do not know why Haleiwa is historic.”  These plaques will complement the Chamber’s walking tour and allow residents, students on field trips and visitors to experience Haleiwa’s unique history and character. Four orientation kiosks with historical narrative and maps will later be constructed to highlight the buildings with the plaques and inform visitors of the historic significance of Haleiwa town areas.  The signage project will describe history of the ancient Hawaiians, its kingdom period, the plantation era, surfing, and more.

“Support provided by Hawai‘i Tourism through the Community Enrichment Program”