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Waikoloa Rubber Duckie Race & Fireworks July 4

June 20, 2016, 8:00 AM HST
* Updated September 8, 5:34 PM
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Photo courtesy of Waikoloa Beach Resort.

Photo courtesy of Waikoloa Beach Resort.

Kings’ Shops is celebrating the 25th year of the Great Waikoloa Rubber Duckie Race on Monday, July 4, a benefit for the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Hawai’i.

The Rubber Duckie race will begin at 3 pm on Kings’ Lake followed by a special performance by Anuhea at 3:30 p.m.

Adoption certificates for the Rubber Duckie race are on sale until 3 p.m. on race day and offer a chance to win over $37,000 in prizes.

Individual duckie adoptions are $5 each and Quack Packs are $25 each and include four adoption certificates and one event T-shirt (while supplies last).

duckie raceThe festivities at Kings’ Shops will include food booths, children’s entertainment, live music on the stage, and special promotions at participating stores including Tiffany & Co., Sunglass Hut, Jourabchi, Crazy Shirts, Genesis Gallery, Macy’s, Na Hoku, Da Big Bags, and Tori Richard.

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Free activities will also be available including photo booths, airbrush tattoos, balloon sculpting, lei making, bouncy houses, and EMS and fire trucks to explore.

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Restaurant booths will include featured menu items from The Three Fat Pigs and A-Bay’s Island Grill.

Local Big Island beers will also be available at the beer garden located at The Three Fat Pigs’ front lānai.

The evening will end with the awards ceremony at 5 pm at the Kings’ Shops stage and then a fireworks extravaganza at the Waikoloa Bowl at 8 p.m.

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For a complete list of entertainment, promotions and activities, visit www.KingsShops.com.

For more information about the Kings’ Shops in the Waikoloa Beach Resort, visit www.kingsshops.com or call (808) 886-8811.

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