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DateDescriptionContact Info
Saturday Sep 26 9:00AM - 1:00PMMoiliili Hongwanji Mission

Open House and Bazaar

Moiliili Hongwanji will be having an Open House and Bazaar featuring rummage, plants & produce, holiday crafters, ono food items, bouncy castle, games, kapuna & keiki ID and more! There will be something for everyone! The public is invited. Visit for more information.

Moiliili Hongwanji Mission

902 University Avenue, Honolulu

Rev. Bert Sumikawa 808.949.1659
Monday Oct 5-Saturday Oct 24 The Nisei Veterans Legacy Center

Unlikely Liberators -The remarkable story of the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion and the liberation of the Dachau Death March

The Nisei Veterans Legacy Center will be having an exhibition of photos to memorialize the experience of the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion, a unit of the World War II 442 RCT, as they came upon Nazi Dachau concentration camp survivors at the time of their liberation. The exhibition also marks the 70th anniversary of the opening/liberation of the Nazi concentration camps in 1945.

Daily mall hours (Monday - Saturday 10:00am-9:00pm, Sunday 10:00am-6:00pm)

Kahala Shopping Mall

Laura Hirayama 808.398.2873
Wednesday Oct 7 5:00PM - 8:00PMMOA Hawaii

1st Wednesday at the MOA Wellness Center

Join us for a night of Art and Beauty. Featuring the work of local artists, Organic produce from the Nature Farm LLC and tasty food to purchase from the “Fresh Cafe”. Donations support health and wellness activities at the MOA Hawaii Wellness Center. (A local non-profit)

MOA Wellness Center

600 Queen Street, Honolulu

Dick Mills 808.952.6900
Friday Oct 9-Sunday Oct 11 9:00AM - 5:00PMHonolulu Orchid Society, Inc.

Orchid Show

Admission is free. Orchid displays and plant sales. Lectures on orchid culture. Call or visit for more details.

Washington Middle School Cafeteria

1633 South King Street, Honolulu

Melvin Waki 808.391.0144
Friday Oct 16 6:00PMAloha Harvest

Compassion in Arts Opening Exhibit

The Compassion in Arts Opening Exhibit will be displaying various forms of artwork from middle and high school students. Our annual theme is to show compassion for the needy and hungry and this year we are tying it in with World Food Day. The Opening Exhibit lands on World Food Day and the winners will be announced that evening. This FREE event is open to all ages; pupu and refreshments will be provided with music by Coyne Street. All is welcome!

Honolulu Museum of Art

900 S Beretania Street, Honolulu

Mele Pepa Latu 808.537.6945
Saturday Oct 17 7:30AM - 12:00PMWailuku Hongwanji Mission's Fujinkai Organization of Maui

Annual Autumn Craft & Food Fair

Crafters from Honolulu and Maui will have products on hand. Items on sale include fresh vegetables, baked goods, household gift items, jewelry & accessories, children's clothing, handcrafted woodwork, embellished t-shirts, homemade food items (sushi, spam musubi, teri chicken, nishime, namasu, cookies and chow fun).

Wailuku Hongwanji Mission

1828 Vineyard Street, Wailuku

Helen Tanaka 808.877.5711
Saturday Oct 24 8:00AM-1:00PMHawai'i Conference of Religions for Peace (HCRP)

Interfaith "Peace Prayer" Gathering

Offering of Prayers for Peace from Various Faith Traditions/Peace Organizations. Music Presentation and Hula Dedication. Light Dinner after Ceremony. All are Welcome.

Gedatsu Church of Hawaii

6095 Summer Street, Honolulu

Masago Asai 808.395.9239
Sunday Oct 25 4:00PM-6:00PMKahului Hongwanji Mission

Buddha Fest

Kahului Hongwanji is preparing an exciting new event for everyone interested in learning about Buddhism. Funded in memory of the late Henry S. Tasaka of Tasaka Guri Guri fame, this outstanding experience is being planned to make learning about the Dharma fun and interesting for people of all ages. No sitting and listening to a lecture or long seminar, “Buddha Fest” will offer a variety of short talks, discussions, and activities for adults and meaningful games and fun for the kids. The day will culminate with a wonderful lunch, a delicious vegetarian “Dharma Feast” with time for fellowship and talking story. “Buddha Fest 2015” is open to everyone – and everyone is welcome! But ... we really need to know if you are coming so you must pre-register. We need your registration no later than October 9. Please call for more information.

Kahului Hongwanji Mission

291 South Puunene Avenue, Kahului

Reverend Richard Tennes 808.871.4732




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