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DateDescriptionContact Info
Saturday Sep 20 5:00PM-9:30PMHawaii United Okinawa Association

Autumn Dance Matsuri (Bon Dance)

Last bon dance of the year! Plate lunch, andagi, baked goods, and shave ice.

Hawaii Okinawan Center

94-587 Ukee St., Waipahu

David Jones 808.292.2378
Saturday Sep 20 10:00AM-3:00PMMaui Okinawa Kenjin Kai

Maui Okinawan Festival

"Feel the Uchinanchu Spirit!" at the Maui Okinawan Festival. There will be lots of food, country store, professional photo sessions in traditional Okinawan wear, games for keiki and much more! Proceeds to benefit Maui Okinawa Kenjin Kai.

Maui Mall

Kahului

Jere Shimomura 808.280.1529
Sunday Sep 21 9:30AM-2:00PMUnited Japanese Society of Hawaii

40th UJSH Senior Citizen Festival (Nenchosha Ian EngeiTaikai)

Join us in celebrating “Respect for the Aged Day” (Keiro-no-hi), a Japanese national holiday as we will be honoring 40 Hawaii elderly citizens reaching 80 years old this year only. Come and enjoy a formal program, buffet luncheon and talented local Japanese entertainment. Aloha Attire. Cost is $37.00 pp. Call for reservations (deadline Sep 7).

Manoa Grand Ballroom (5th floor) Japanese Culture Center of Hawaii

2454 S. Beretania St., Honolulu

Akihiro Okada 808.941.5889
Saturday Sep 27 8:15AM-1:30PMHawaii Business Education Association

Fall Conference, Don't be an Ostrich...Be Prepared

Every business and computer instructor knows preparation is the key to success in teaching. The Fall Conference stresses preparation in several ways. Go to www.hbea.org for details.

Leeward Community College, Room BE-104

96-045 Ala Ike, Pearl City

Kay Ono 808.455.0345
Saturday Oct 4 8:00AM-12:30PMAARP Hawaii

Family Caregiver Conference

A free half day, multi-track conference. Get help assisting your loved one with living at home. Plan for your own aging needs. Learn how to take better care of yourself while providing care. Register at http://aarp.cvent.com/oahucare

Japanese Cultural Center

2454 S Beretania St., Honolulu

Jackie Boland 808.645.2003
Saturday Oct 4 & Sunday Oct 5 10:00AM-5:00PMOahu Intertribal Council

40th Annual Honolulu Intertribal Powwow

Celebrate Native American culture! This powwow will honor our elders, especially those who started the powwow in Hawaii 40 years ago. Audiences will enjoy the lively footwork of fancy dancers; grass dancers; fancy shawl and jingle dancers as well as the stately eloquence of traditional dancers. Everyone is welcome at this FREE family event that will also feature vendors selling Native American made arts and crafts as well as hot and tasty frybread! Metered street parking or pay lots nearby.

Thomas Square Park

925 South Beretania St., Honolulu

Wendy Schofield-Ching 808.292.2797
Saturday Oct 18 9:00AM-1:00PMMoiliili Hongwanji Mission

Open House & Fun Fest

Temple & preschool open house, rummage sale, plant sale, various food items, mini-craft fair, games, etc. Public is invited.

Moiliili Hongwanji Mission

902 University Ave., Honolulu

Emma Kie 808.949.1659
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