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Light Up the Holidays with Four Seasons’ 2019 December Event Lineup

(Sponsored) Get into the Christmas spirit with a tree-lighting ceremony, shop the last Moonlight Market of the year, plan a holiday staycation on the West Side and more.



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Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina 2019 December Events

 

Whether you live 5, 15 or 50 minutes away, Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina’s jampacked lineup of events this month are worth making the drive to O‘ahu's West Side.

 

Fourth Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony

Sunday, Dec. 8, at 6 p.m.

From the shimmer of the sunset to the sparkle of the tree, Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu is ushering the festive season with its fourth annual Tree Lighting Ceremony. The community is invited to attend the ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 8, at 6 p.m. There will be a commencement blessing by Kahu Auntie Nettie Tiffany and special performances by Na Leo Hoku Nahenahe Choir and Na Pua o Keko'olani Hula Halau. Validated parking will be available.

 

Guests can help adorn the tree, with personalized gift boxes by Cartier and a donation of $10 or more to the Boys and Girls Club of West O‘ahu. Donations up to $1,000 are matched by Four Seasons and Cartier.

 

Festive Moonlight Market

Saturday, Dec. 14, 5 to 8 p.m.

Taking place on the beautiful Ocean Lawn, enjoy an extraordinary evening of shopping, sips and socializing under the stars. The curated event will feature an array of bespoke local artists and exhibitors. From art and jewelry to apparel, home décor and gourmet items, it’s the winter shopping event you won't want to miss. This month’s Moonlight Market will feature a special performance by Kimié Miner and keiki hula from Ke Kai O Ka Hiki hālau, plus beverage and food sampling stations.

 

Proper Ride x FS Skate Camp

Saturday, Dec. 29 and Sunday, Dec. 30, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu is teaming up with Proper Rideshop, Hawai‘i’s premier youth development skateboarding training facility, for a special Skate Camp on Dec. 29 and 30. Mini-shredders ages 7-17 will learn the fundamentals of skateboarding and safety skills, while also building social, mental and physical skills. Each skate camp session runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is $195 per keiki, including equipment rental (helmet, pads, skateboard), access to the pop-up skate park made exclusively for Four Seasons, skate lessons, meals, and a snack. To learn more or to book one of the sessions, call (808) 679-0079.

 

Give the Gift of Relaxation

Inspired by ancient Hawaiian healing traditions, Naupaka Spa & Wellness Center offers innovative and luxurious treatments. Gift certificates and memberships make for perfect stocking stuffers. Please call (808) 679-0079 for details.

 

Savour the Season

Gather together for dynamic dining experiences at Mina’s Fish House, Noe Italian and La Hiki. Enjoy locally inspired, imaginative dishes that pair perfectly with craft cocktails and some of the Resort’s most breathtaking views.

  • At Mina’s Fish House, the dream of James Beard award-winning Chef Michael Mina’s traditional fish house on the beach comes to life with fresh fish caught in pristine Hawaiian waters. Resident fish sommeliers Ryan and Saui introduce flavor profiles and wine pairings.

  • At Noe, Chef Ryo Takasuka wows the house with ossetra caviar, housemade pasta garnished with white truffles, and coastal Italian specialties, complimented by a Two Glass Wine Spectator award-winning list of wines.

  • A smoked tomahawk ribeye carved tableside is one highlight of Chef Simeon Hall's festive fare at La Hiki Steak, with prime cuts and classic cocktails, not to mention the Resort’s extravagant Brunch for All Seasons.

 

Escape the Bustle of the Holidays with a West O‘ahu Staycation

Experience the holidays like never before with special kama‘āina rates, including discounted parking and 15% off spa services. Discover unexpected and unrivaled ways to embrace the season of joy on the island you love. To book or for more information, please call (808) 679-0079.

 

For more information on Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina, or to make a reservation, visit fourseasons.com/oahu.

 

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