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DateDescriptionContact Info
Till Nov 18 9:00AM-4:00PMHawaii Kotohira Jinsha - Hawaii Dazaifu Tenmangu


Special Blessing for 3, 5 and 7 year olds with complimentary Kimono rental and dressing. Visit for details and reservation forms.

Hawaii Kotohira Jinsha - Hawaii Dazaifu Tenmangu

1239 Olomea Street, Honolulu

Irene Takizawa 808.841.4755
Till Dec 7 9:00AM-5:00PMMatanuska Valley FCU-Waipahu

MVFCU-Honowai Elementary School Holiday School Supplies Drive

Each day and especially during the holidays, the credit union mission is “People Helping People”. This holiday season the Waipahu Community Office will help Honowai Elementary School with a Holiday School Supplies Drive. The school is based in in Waipahu where many of our members reside.

Please drop off donations at the Waipahu Community Office at 94-144 Farrington Highway, #114, next to Don Quijote Waipahu. We will be collecting donations from November 5 through December 8, 2018. For more information, please contact the office at 677-6206.

Matanuska Valley Federal Credit Union-Waipahu Community Office

94-144 Farrington Hwy., #114, Waipahu

Matanuska Valley FCU-Waipahu 808.677.6206
Till Dec 11 Tuesdays Lauren Hana Chai

Art Classes: Conveying Emotion Through Painting

Conveying emotion through art: Contemporary Expressionism. Tuesdays 5:45-8:15PM, October 23-December 11.

This class takes you on an introspective journey through expressionistic painting. Working with a live clothed model, students are taught to use the model as a launching point to paint the inner emotions of the self. Rather than painting an academic representation of what the model looks like, students will learn to transform reality with a raw approach through techniques such as bold brushwork, distortion, simplification and more. Students with any level of experience are welcome. The instructor will be working mostly with oils but any mediums (watercolor, acrylic, mixed media, etc.) are allowed and encouraged. Age group: 14+

Register here:

Impact Hub Honolulu

1050 Queen Street, Honolulu

Lauren Hana Chai 808.426.8928
Saturday Nov 17 9:00AM-12:00PMAARP HI

Think about your future-Kailua Kona

Get Ready for Retirement, Social Security, and Medicare.

West Hawaii Civic Center - Community Hale

74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy., Kailua-Kona

Jackie Boland 877.926.8300
Saturday Nov 17 9:00AM-2:00PMWilson School 'Ohana PTA

Wilson School Fun Fair

FREE ADMISSION! FREE ENTERTAINMENT! Ono local food: Teriburgers, bentos, maki sushi, musubi, taco salad, Krispy Kreme doughnuts, shave ice. Games and prizes for all ages, Japanese yoyo, bouncy house, hair decor/accessories, bag tags, Keiki ID, HPD Patrol Car display, Scholastic Book Fair, and Silent Auction. Entertainment: Royal Hawaiian Band, Kaimuki Middle School Band, and Chinagu Eisa Hawaii. Parking: Additional parking at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (4847 Kilauea Avenue) and Wesley United Methodist Church.

Wilson Elementary School

4945 Kilauea Avenue, Honolulu

Lorna Chang 808.733.4740
Saturday Nov 17 3:15PMRyukyu Koten Afuso Ryu Ongaku Kenkyu Choichi Kai USA

Hou On Sha Toku

Ryukyu Koten (Classical) and Minyo (Folk) Music featuring Master Grant "Sandaa" Murata.

General Seating @3:15PM / Show Begins @3:30PM

Hawaii Theatre

1130 Bethel Street, Honolulu

Brandon Nakasone 808.864.9159
Nov 17 & 18 9:00AM–3:00PMBishop Museum

The Hawaiian ‘Ukulele Experience

‘Ukulele Guild of Hawai’i and Bishop Museum Present The Hawaiian ‘Ukulele Experience. Free with Museum Admission or Membership card.

View an exhibition of the finest custom and vintage ‘ukulele. - Meet the ‘ukulele makers. Join everyone in a kanikapila session. Learn the latest 'ukulele building techniques and technology available.

The ‘Ukulele Guild of Hawai’i is comprised of some of the world’s finest ‘ukulele builders, teachers and collectors. See new and antique ‘ukulele that still sound terrific. More information at

Bishop Museum Atrium and Courtyard

1525 Bernice Street, Honolulu

Kelli Soileau 808.847.8271
Sunday Nov 18 1:00PM-4:00PMAARP HI

Free ‘Think of Your Future’ Workshop-Waimea

Get Ready for Retirement, Social Security, and Medicare.

Tutu's House

64-1032 Mamalahoa Hwy #305, Waimea

Jackie Boland 877.926.8300
Monday Nov 19 4:30PM-8:00PMVegetarian Society of Hawaii

Annual Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner and Healthy Eating Workshop

Enjoy an exciting not-to-be-missed Thanksgiving holiday dinner featuring vegan versions of traditional dishes with friends and family, and meet new friends too!

The annual VSH pre-Thanksgiving vegan buffet dinner And Healthy Eating Workshop catered and co-hosted by Down to Earth Organic & Natural will be on Monday, November 19, 2018, at the McCoy Pavilion at Ala Moana Beach Park with seatings at 4:30 pm and 6:30 pm.

The price is $35 for adults, children ages 7-12 $15, and free for children ages 0-6. Price and includes tax and tip. Please reserve and pay early at

McCoy Pavilion

1201 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu

Kiana Dulan 808.518.2354
Sunday Nov 25 7:00AM-11:00AMPacific Gateway Center

5K Run/Walk for Kupuna

Na Kupuna Makamae Center is hosting a 5K Walk/Run with Mid-Pacific Road Runners Clubs on Sunday, November 25th! The walk/run will start from NKMC at 7am along the Ala Moana Boulevard to Atkinson Drive and back. Bring your whole family along and enjoy this event together!

Join now for the early bird special rate fee! You may register and pay online at (Make sure to search 5K Kupuna to find the right race on the website). If you don't feel like running/walking in the race, we are also looking for volunteers to help!

Na Kupuna Makamae Center

653 Ala Moana Blvd. Honolulu

Sieun Kong 808.425.8438
Thursday Nov 29 6:00PMGinoza Sonjin Kai

Ginoza Son Geinou Kouryu Kouen (Yui) Vol 2

Ginoza Village in Okinawa is having a performance at the Okinawa Center to help celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the the Hawaii Ginoza Club. Sixty five performers from Sokei and Ginoza with a support staff of twenty five others will provide the colorful and exciting performance that is seen at their village events and performing arts center. Dinner is included in the $35 cost of the event.

6:00PM Doors Open, 6:15PM Dinner

Hawaii Okinawa Center

94-587 Ukee Street, Waipahu

Hawaii Okinawa Center 808.676.5400
Friday - Sunday Nov 30 - Dec 2 Hawaii State Numismatic Association

HSNA 55th Free Coin Show

The show will feature over 50 coin and stamp dealers from Hawaii and the Mainland, selling and buying coins, currency, stamps, postcards, Hawaiiana and other collectibles. The theme of this year’s coin show is the 150th Anniversary of the First Japanese Immigrants to Hawaii, 1868-2018.

A commemorative coin featuring a 150th Anniversary of Japanese Immigration and other medallions will be given away free at the door while supplies last.

Hourly prize drawings will be held during the 3-day Show, with special prize drawings for children 12 years of age and under. Coin and currency exhibits and coin collecting seminars will be featured at the show. Several exhibits will feature Japanese Immigration memorabilia.

Admission to the 55th Coin Show is free.

Friday, Nov 30, 12PM-6PM, Saturday, Dec 1, 10AM-6PM, Sunday, Dec 2, 10AM-5PM

Hawaii Convention Center, Room 316

1801 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu

Joe Franz 808.377.9377 Marion Kendrick 808.486.4766
Friday Nov 30 5:30PM-8:30PMTamagusuku Ryu Senju Kai Hawaii

Cultural Fusion

After celebrating 21 years of preserving and perpetuating the Okinawan culture through the art of classical Ryükyüan dance, Tamagusuku Ryu Senju Kai Hawaii Frances Nakachi Ryubu Dojo will hold its annual Cultural Fusion fundraiser on Friday, November 30, 2018.

Cultural Fusion will be an evening filled with live cultural music and dance, and delicious Okinawan and Hawaiian fusion cuisine, cocktails, and beverages. Guests can enjoy early holiday gifts by participating in our silent auction and raffle to win an i-Pad. The Kachashii Contest is a popular competition for all ages that gets everyone up on their feet, and hands up in the air, livening up the party with an Okinawan freestyle dance.

Cost $60- Limited seating. Reservation required. For more information:

Pagoda restaurant Ballroom

1525 Rycroft Street, Honolulu

Frances Nakachi 808.754.8828
Sunday Dec 2 3:00PMThe Honolulu Chorale

Free Holiday Concert

The Honolulu Chorale, led by director, Scott Fikse, will present its 52nd annual Holiday Concert, Let There Be Peace, on Sunday, December 2, 2018, at 3:00 p.m. The program will feature a selection of Hawaiian and Spanish songs with a few holiday favorites! This concert is free and open to the public.

Sacred Hearts Chapel

3253 Waialae Avenue, Honolulu

Terry Higashi 808.554.6269
Sunday Dec 9 9:00AM-2:00PMMcKinley HS Band & Orchestra Boosters

Craft Fair

Craft fair to benefit the McKinley HS Band and Orchestra program. Variety of items for sale.

McKinley HS Cafeteria

1039 S King Street, Honolulu

Heidi Kwong 808.225.3084
Sunday Dec 16 3:00PMMake-A-Wish Hawaii

Jingle Rock Run 2018

Come see the Honolulu City Lights and support local children facing critical illnesses at the 6th annual Jingle Rock Run! This signature holiday event features a keiki sprint, activities, food trucks, and more. Walkers, joggers, runners, strollers, and pets (especially reindeer!) invited. Walk with us and #RockTheWish for local keiki! Start a team or register today! Tickets and more information available at

3PM Festivities & Day-of Registration Begin

5:15PM Keiki Sprint

6:00PM 5K Start Time

Hawaii State Capitol

415 S. Beretania Street, Honolulu

Michelle Fujii 808.537.3118



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