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DateDescriptionContact Info
May 21 & 23 Various TimeAARP Hawaii

Free Seminar: Save Yourself From Cyber Scams

Featured Speaker: Will Bales, Supervising Special Agent, FBI Honolulu Cyber Division. Learn about: online threats and how to protect yourself. The role of the FBI in protecting Americans from cyber crimes. Romance scams, veteran’s scams, and more.

Kauai -Thursday May 16, 1:00pm-3:00pm. Kauai Community College, Room 106 C and D. 3-1901 Kaumualii Hwy, Lihue. Ala Moana Hotel – Garden Lanai Room
, 401 Atkinson Blvd, Honolulu.

Oahu -Saturday May 18, 9:00am-11:00am. Ala Moana Hotel – Garden Lanai Room
, 401 Atkinson Blvd, Honolulu.

Maui -Thursday May 23, 6:00pm-8:00pm. J. Walter Cameron Center, 95 Mahalani Street, Wailuku.

Kailua, Kona -Tuesday May 21, 5:30pm-7:30pm (Check in 5:00pm). Humpy’s Big Island Ale House – Hurricane Rm, 75-5815 Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona.

Hilo -Tuesday May 21, 9:30am-11:30am. The Arc of Hilo, 1099 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo.

Jackie Boland 877.926.8300
Friday May 24 10:30AMIzumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii

Izumo Taisha To Sponsor Its 29th Annual Golf Tournament

To accommodate this ever-increasing number of people, visiting and participating in sharing activities now and in years to come, we the members of Izumo Taisha Mission have embarked on a modest program to refurbish our facilities. Also, to provide scholarship opportunities for deserving young students pursuing a college education. This golf tournament continues to be one of the fund raising projects we undertake to accomplish our goal. Moreover, the golf tournament contributes much to enhance local and international goodwill and understanding.

Check in & Lunch: 10:30AM, Shotgun Start: 12:00PM

Entry Fee: $150 (includes green fee, lunch, awards banquet, and prizes). Entry deadline is Friday, May 10, and if you wish, you may form your own foursome by submitting payment with entry forms.

Ewa Beach Golf Club

91-050 Fort Weaver Road, Ewa Beach

Izumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii 808.538.7778
Saturday May 25 2:00PM-3:00PMHonolulu Japanese SDA Church

Health lecture ~Habits That Heal~

Prevent disease and reverse many of its negative effects by learning the healthy lifestyle habits of America’s longest living people.

Honolulu Japanese SDA Church

2655 Manoa Road, Honolulu

Kodai Matsushita 808.276.8005
Friday May 31 8:00AM-10:00AMThe Honolulu Police Department

Coffee With A Cop

Join your neighbors and police officers for coffee and conversation.

Kahala Mall Starbucks

4211 Waialae Avenue, Honolulu

District 7 Community Policing Team 808.723.3364
Saturday Jun 1 5:30PMHawaii's Plantation Village

Hawaii's Plantation Village 29th Obon Celebration

4:30 pm - Food booths and Craft sales begin, 5:30 pm - blessing by Rev. Jeffrey Soga, 5:45 pm - dancing begins.

Limited Seating, please recommend bringing chair/mat to seat on. Lots of free parking.

Dance groups: Waipahu Soto Mission Bon Dance Class; Waipahu Hongwanji, Hawaii Eisa Shinyuukai, Haawaii Shin Kobukai, Iwakuni Dance Group, Aiea Taiheiji Yagura Gumi.

Hawaii's Plantation Village

94-695 Waipahu Street, Waipahu

Mil Holliday 808.677.0110
Sunday Jun 2 9:00AM-1:00PMHawaii Kotohira Jinsha - Hawaii Dazaifu Tenmangu

Chinowa for People & Pets

Come celebrate all creatures at our annual Chinowa Blessing for People & Pets. Leashed or caged pets and people of all faiths are welcome for a complimentary blessing steeped in ancient tradition.

Hawaii Kotohira Jinsha - Hawaii Dazaifu Tenmangu

1239 Olomea Street, Honolulu

Irene Takizawa 808.841.4755
Sunday Jun 2 6:00PM-8:00PMVoices of Aloha

Voices of Aloha Presents: For the Beauty of the Earth Spring Concert

Hawaii has been traditionally a meeting place of many different races and cultures, and this variety of time and place will be reflected in our Spring Concert. The first part will feature music from mainland America, from the earliest known composers, folk tunes, reflections on the early music and original pieces by contemporary composers. Then we will go on a journey starting from and ending in Hawaii, with settings by contemporary composers of traditional music from Japan, China, India and the Middle East.

The program will be conducted by Music Director Sangeet Gellhorn who is also the director of the Temple Emanu-El High Holydays choir. He previously directed the choirs for the Unitarian Church and the Central Union Church. Sangeet joined Voices of Aloha as the new music director in August 2018. Leilani Motet will be the accompanist. Leilani holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Pedagogy from Texas Christian University and is currently on the staff at the Ellen Masaki School of Music. The evening will feature special guest musicians: Yazhi Nie on guzheng (Chinese zither), David Davis on cello, Kip McAtee on oud, Tara Severns on drums, and VoA president Creig Lam on guitar.

Doors will open at 5:30 pm. The concert will begin at 6 pm.

Kawaiaha`o Church

957 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu

Jun 4 - 7 9:00AM-3:00PMMaui Okinawa Kenjin Kai

Children’s Cultural Day Camp

Children will learn Okinawan culture through music, dance, language, craft and participate in cooking classes. Registration May. Call for more information or contact

Maui Okinawa Culture Center

688 Nukuwai Place, Wailuku

Wendy 808.242.1560
Jun 7 - 9 10:00AM-10:00PMKintetsu International

Pan-Pacific Festival

The 40th annual Pan-Pacific Festival, a celebration of cultural traditions of Hawai‘i, the Pacific Rim and around the world, will run from June 7 - 9 at various locations throughout Honolulu.

The three-day festival kicks off with a Ho‘olaule‘a (block party) complete with live entertainment on multiple stages, food, crafts and more. The celebration continues with Performing Arts Showcases, featuring cultural performances and demonstrations.

The 19th Annual Pan-Pacific Hula Festival will take place daily on Waikīkī Beach featuring more than a dozen hula hālau (schools), most of them from Japan.

The Punahele Party on Saturday night will feature a live band with hālau. The festival concludes with a colorful parade along Kalākaua Avenue in Waikīkī.

Various Locations

Waikiki, Honolulu

808.926.8177 Ext. 279
Saturday Jun 8 11:00AM-12:00PMKe Kula Mele Hawaii

Ke Kula Mele Spring Concert

Enjoy the music of Ke Kula Mele - School of Hawaiian music under the direction of Kumu Alan Akaka. Students will perform songs about Honolulu, on steel guitar, ‘ukulele, guitar and Hawaiian style bass for this Spring Concert. Free to the public.

Please note that the Ke Kula Mele website should be checked for any last-minute changes that may become necessary after the press release. KE KULA MELE WEBSITE or contact

Windward Mall

46-056 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe

Alan Akaka 808.375.9379
Friday Jun 14 9:00AM-1:00PMHawaii United Okinawa Association

Senior Health and Fitness Fair

Educational & Wellness Workshops, New Products and Services for Seniors Valuable Info for Caregivers and Families, Health, Safety, Financial, Cultural Booths - Free Admission/Open to the Public.

Hawaii Okinawa Center

94-587 Ukee Street, Waipahu

Karen Kuba-Hori 808.677.5400
Friday Jun 14 6:30PMWailuku Jodo Mission

Obon Service and Dance

Come join Annual Obon Service and Dance!

6:30PM Service, 7:30PM Dance

Wailuku Jodo Mission

67 Central Avenue, Wailuku

Rev. John Hara 808.244.0066
Saturday Jun 15 5:00PM & 7:00PMHonomu Henjoji Mission

Honomu Henjoji Mission Bon Dance

Lots of delicious food and drinks will be sold at our concession stand, including hot dogs, chili, saimin, shave ice, baked goods, bottled water, coffee, and more!

5:00PM Hatsubon & Obon Service, 7:00PM Obon Dance

Honomu Henjoji Mission

28-1668 Old Mamalahoa Hwy, Honomu

Bishop Clark Watanabe 808.963.6308
Saturday Jun 15 5:00PMOahu Civic Orchestra

Oahu CIvic Orchestra Summer Concert

Oahu Civic Orchestra Summer concert. Music of Schubert, Schumann, von Weber, Richards Rogers.

Seto Hall, Iolani School

563 Kamoku Street, Honolulu

Ellie Lum 808.261.6127
Saturday Jun 15 6:30PMWailuku Shingon Mission

Obon Service and Dance

Come join Annual Obon Service and Dance!

6:30PM Service, Dance to follow

Wailuku Shingon Mission

1939 North Street, Wailuku

Rev. George Kitagawa 808.244.3800
Saturday Jun 15 7:00PM-10:00PMEwa Hongwanji Mission

Ewa Hongwanji Bon Dance

Please join us for an evening of joyful dancing to honor our ancestors. Food Booth opens at 5:30pm, come early for best parking and best dinner selection!

Food Booth opens at 5:30PM

Ewa Hongwanji Mission

91-1133 Renton Road, Ewa Beach

Myra Nohara 808-542-1770



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