Tantalus Clean-Up – May 13, 2017 (Sun)
Tantalus is a beautiful mountain known for it’s mesmerizingly lush switchbacks and beautiful views of Honolulu. It’s a favourite climb for many cyclists because of it’s so dang pretty and nature-y! Show your love by keeping Tantalus clean and giving back to the ‘āina by coming out on May 13th (Sat) for a clean-up and free lunch! We’ll be there from 8am-12pm with the Tantalus Community Association (they do this clean-up every quarter!).
Please RSVP by Friday (5/13, 4:00PM) if you plan to come out to Carley, so she can make sure they have enough supplies and (free) lunch for everyone!
Here’s something from the Tantalus Community Association Chair person: “We have a beautification day on the mountain once a quarter which is for 4 hours. We weed whack to clear site lines, work on beautifying corners, and pick up litter and illegally dumped items to keep the mountain looking good for all of those who recreate on it and those of us who live there for all of us to enjoy Tantalus‘ natural beauty. We coordinate with the C&C who comes with their large dump truck & front end loader to pick up the illegally dumped items that we’ve pulled up. After we’ve all put in our 4 hours, we meet for a home-cooked lunch at the park.