Laie days

Community uses LDS Church and local companies to orchestrate 4th of July Laie Days Parade

Cowboy horses galloping, children catching candy, and large floats could all be seen on Naniloa Loop for the Laie Days July 4 Parade. BYU-Hawaii students and locals gathered to express their love and support for the community event, which began at campus and went around Laie around 4 p.m.

Laie Days event brings community together

Friends, family, food and fun filled the Laie Elementary School soccer field during the Sunset to Sunrise event for the annual summer Laie Days, Friday, July 18.

Laie Summer Bash includes music, rides and food

Fair rides were set up and operating, local music and entertainment were to be enjoyed, and food booths encumbered the parking lot at the Laie Shopping Center where community members, as well as BYU-Hawaii students, had the opportunity to gather together and celebrate the Summer Bash as part of t

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