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KIKU Community calendar is a listing of local community events in Hawaii provided by KIKU-TV as a community service for local non-profit, charitable organizations. Know of an event taking place in Hawaii? Click HERE to submit event.

DateDescriptionContact Info
Saturday Jan 28 9:00AM-3:00PMBattleship Missouri Memorial

Living History Day at the Battleship Missouri Memorial

“Living History Day” commemorates two special occasions for the Mighty Mo – the battleship’s first launch in 1944 and its 18th year as a living educational maritime monument in Hawaii.

Living History Day will have something for the entire family, including live big band style music, exhibits of historic vehicles and wartime weaponry, 1940’s memorabilia, historic reenactments, photo displays from other historic sites, and oral histories from World War II witnesses and survivors.

Attendees are welcome to tour the retired battleship as well as partake in other activities provided by our event partners.

Free for kama‘aina, military, and “Mighty Mo” members (bring Hawaii issued ID)

Battleship Missouri Memorial, Pearl Harbor

63 Cowpens Street, Honolulu

Jaclyn Hawse 808.455.1600
Saturday Jan 28 9:00AM-6:00PMBuddhist Study Center

Career Development Workshop

The workshop will be led by Ms. Janelle Sasaki, Executive Director of Diversity & Inclusion Services at Ernst & Young Advisory Co., LTD (EYA) in Tokyo, Japan, where she advises on Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) practices in the workplace for Japan and the Asian Pacific Region. In her position, she helps top Japanese and multi-national clients design and execute workforce, work style and marketplace solutions to create an inclusive culture.

The workshop will cover resume writing, interviewing with confidence, elevator pitches, social media marketing, networking, and an introduction to mentoring and how to maximize mentorship.

The workshop is open to all ages, including college students, recent grads entering the workforce, and mid-career professionals. The workshop presents universal Buddhist values but participants don’t have to be Buddhist to attend, and people of all faiths and spiritual traditions are welcome.

Buddhist Study Center

1436 University Avenue, Honolulu

Jamie Itokazu 808.973.6555
Saturday Jan 28 10:00AM-11:00AMPearl City Hongwanji

Buddhist Study Classes

Dharma Light Buddhist Studies Program to include 7 lessons entitled First Steps in Understanding Shin Buddhism. It's open to the public regardless of your religious preference. Proceeds will go to the Buddhist Study Center. Checks for $20 should be made payable to the Buddhist Study Center.

The dates of the classes: Jan. 28, Feb 4, 18 and 25, and Mar 4, 11 and 18.

Pearl City Hongwanji

858 2nd Street, Pearl City

Rev. Mariko Nishiyama 808.455.1680
Sunday Jan 29 10:00AMJodo Mission of Hawaii

Guest Speaker "Brain Health"

Guest Speaker: Jody Mishan of Hawaii Alzheimer's Disease Initiative, University of Hawaii Center on Aging will talk about BRAIN HEALTH.

Jodo Mission of Hawaii

1429 Makiki Street, Honolulu

Rev. Narashiba or Sally Hayashi 808.949.3995
Thursday Feb 2 6:45PM-9:00PMHawaii Center for Food Safety

Island Earth: Free Screening in Haleiwa

Island Earth tells the story of the growing Hawaiian movement of people who are fed up with an industrial agricultural system that is reliant upon fossil fuels, genetically engineered crops and pesticides. What will it really take to feed world? How can Hawaiʻi become food-independent again while maintaining biodiversity? The documentary aspires to inform and inspire people to consciously participate in taking back our food supply.

The evening will begin at 6.45pm, organic food and beverages will be provided. The film starts at 7:15pm. WATCH THE TRAILER:


Waimea Valley Pavilion

59-864 Kamehameha Hwy.,Haleiwa

Maria Juur 347.341.9464
Friday Feb 3 & Saturday Feb 4 Hawaii Institute For Music Enrichment and Learning Experiences (HIMELE)

2nd Annual Kauaʻi Steel Guitar Festival

Kauaʻi Steel Guitar Festival featuring steel guitar masters as well as students of the steel guitar. Free to the public. Free admission. All invited to join.

Friday 2/3, performances 1-4 pm, music workshops 5-8pm

Saturday 2/4, performances 11am-8pm

Kanikapila jam sessions 8:30-10pm both evenings.

Courtyard by Marriott Kaua’i at Coconut Beach in Kapaʻa, Kauaʻi.

650 Aleka Loop, Kapaa

Alan Akaka 808.375.9379
Saturday Feb 4 10:00AM-2:00PMHawaii's Plantation Village

New Year's Festival/Malassadas Day Celebration

Celebrate the Year of the Fire Rooster. Shinto blessing at the Wakamiya Inari Shrine. Lion dance. Free admission, free entertainment, free parking, free ethnic food samples. Make and take, games and prizes for children. Food, plants and crafts for sale.

Hawaii's Plantation Village

94-695 Waipahu Street, Waipahu

Mil Holiday 808.677.0110
Saturday Feb 11 6:30AM-10:30AMPearl City Lions Club

Valentine's Breakfast

Club fundraiser. Cost $6 includes hearty breakfast, country store sales of baked goods, orchids and plants. Helps the Lions in community service projects.

Pearl City High School Cafeteria

2100 Hookiekie St, Pearl City

Ira Tagawa 808.384.0191
Sunday Feb 12 9:00AMWahiawa Hongwanji

Annual Memorial Service for Pets

The memorial service for pets is a service for our late lovely pets. We do the service to appreciate for pets. Please join us.

Wahiawa Hongwanji Temple

1067 California Avenue, Wahiawa

Wahiawa Hongwanji 808.622.4320




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