An Evening In Chinatown: Take a Chance on Chinatown
25 N. Hotel Street (Club Hubba Hubba - ground floor)
Games of Chance
Pres-Sale $50 per person
$75 at the door
Preview Party 5-5:30pm
For CID Partners only
Tickets may be purchased in person at 1046 Nuuanu Avenue
Call (808) 589-9927 for more info
Proceeds from this benefit fund the projects and programs of the Chinatown Improvement District a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
About Chinatown Improvement District
The Chinatown Improvement District is a 501(c)3 non-profit comprised of over 250 land and business owners, residents, businesses and members of the general public both within and outside of Chinatown.
The Chinatown Improvement District is a 50l(c)3 non-profit organization
formed to (1) improve neighborhood conditions, combat community deterioration and (2) encourage and promote the preservation and enhancement of the ethnic, cultural and historical character and significance of Chinatown. Among our 250 members and supporters are building owners, businesses, residents and interested members of the general public. We are an all-volunteer organization and have no salaried
employees. Donations are tax exempt to the fullest extent of the law.
Partnering with the Lions Club on their Safe Sidewalks program in the Downtown and Chinatown areas. The City provides all materials and community members work to patch and repair sidewalk cracks, holes and uplifts. This increases safety for thousands of pedestrians in the Downtown and Chinatown areas.
Roving Security Patrols: Interested in learning more about security services which will periodic...
ally check on buildings up to three times per evening? Call 589-9927 to learn more or schedule a consultation.
Tackling Graffiti: Researching products and techniques to safely remove graffiti from historic structures Without damaging or over-painting historic brick or stone elements.
Reinvigorating Free Wi-Fi: Last summer (2011), members of the CID coordinated with the City and private businesses to help reinvi gorate free service throughout the Chinatown District.
Historical Walking Tours: In 2012, the CID will once again partner with the Hawaii Heritage Center to present two historical walking tours through parts of Chinatown. Special cultural and historical features and traditions will be highlighted on these educational tours.
Do you have a suggestion to improve Chinatown? Please drop it in our virtual suggestion box at: www.chinatownimprovementdistrict.org