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DateDescriptionContact Info
Saturday Aug 16 7:00AM-11:00AMKahului Hongwanji Mission

2014 Yard Sale

Clothes, furniture, toys, shoes, books, housewares, and food including bento, chow fun and pastries.

Kahului Hongwanji Mission

291 S. Puunene Ave., Kahului

Pam Farnsworth 808.871.4732
Saturday Aug 16 7:30AM-3:00PMHui Okinawa

Haari Boat Festival

Experience traditional Okinawan Dragon boat races in Hilo. Teams from Hawaii, New York and Okinawa compete for the fastest times. There will also be Okinawan foods, products and cultural displays. Visit haariboatfestival.com for more information.

Wailoa State Park and River

Piilani St., Hilo

Patti Taira-Tokuuke 808.969.3811
Saturday Aug 16-Sunday Aug 24Attorney Ichizo Okada

Free Consultation for Inheritance & Real Estate by Attorney Ichizo Okada

Call for reservations or visit japaneselaw.com for more info.

Ilikai Hotel

1777 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu

1.800.662.2791
Saturday Aug 23 5:00PM-9:00PMNichiren Mission of Hawaii

Bon Dance

Offering a variety of food, crafts, games & rummage sale. Taiko performance by Hawaii Matsuri Taiko. Additional parking at Nuuanu Elementary School, Daijingu Temple and Tenrikyo Mission, with free shuttle service 4:30 to 10pm.

Nichiren Mission of Hawaii

33 Pulelehua Way, Honolulu

Sandra Taga 808.535.7789
Saturday Aug 30 6:30PM-9:30PMKula Shofukuji Shingon Mission

Obon

Obon service and obon dance. Chow fun, beef stew, chili, hot dogs and more. Vegetable gift with donation.

Kula Shofukuji Shingon Mission

113 Puanani Place, Kula

Jeffrey Komoda 808.757.9244
Saturday Aug 30 & Sunday Aug 31 9:00AM-5:00PMHawaii United Okinawa Association

32nd Okinawan Festival

Largest ethnic festival in Hawaii! The Okinawan Festival is always held on Labor Day weekend at Kapi\'olani Park. 2014 marks the 32nd Okinawan Festival! Saturday features a bon dance in the evening. Park your car at Kapi'olani Community College and catch the shuttle down to the park.

Kapi'olani Park

2805 Monsarrat Ave., Honolulu

Vince Watabu 808.228.0324
Saturday Sep 6 6:00PMHilo Higashi Hongwanji Mission

O-bon Service & Bon Dance

6pm Service, 7pm Bon Dance.

216 Mohouli St., Hilo

Rev. Marcos Swada 808.935.8968
Saturday Sep 13 9:00AM-2:00PMBe Ready Manoa

2014 Disaster Preparedness Fair

The goal of the fair is to raise awareness of the hazards which face Mānoa residents so they will be able to sustain themselves for up to seven days before outside assistance arrives and to recover to pre-disaster normality as quickly as possible. Free admission.

Manoa Valley District Park Gym

2721 Kaaipu Ave., Honolulu

Hector Venegas 808.799.9938
Friday Sep 12 & Saturday Sep 13 Kuakini Auxiliary

Bazaar

Event is free and open to the public. Housewares, clothes, books, CDs and DVDs, jewelry, potted plants, and handmade crafts will be sold as well as special items from Kuakini’s Gift Shop. Snacks, baked goods, sushi, waffle dogs and andagi will also be on sale. Proceeds from the event will benefit Kuakini Foundation, which is raising funds for the new Kuakini Research Building and Kuakini Medical Center’s new emergency generators.

9/12-9am-230pm

9/13-9am-12pm

Kuakini Hale Pulama Mau Building

347 N. Kuakini St., Honolulu

Karen Yanagida 808.226.5804
Sunday Sep 14 3:00PM-6:00PMDaijingu Temple of Hawaii

Annual Autumn Thanksgiving Festival

The Thanksgiving service will be held in the Temple at 3 P.M., followed by congratulatory messages, entertainment and fellowship supper in the Shrine Hall at 4:30 P.M. Come and enjoy entertainment of authentic Japanese dance by the Hanayagi Dancing Academy, traditional Ryukyu Dance by the Nakasone Buyo Kenkyusho, Drill Team Hawaii, by Penny Young and her students, Matsuri Daiko by Faye Komagata and her students and entertainment by volunteers.

61 Puiwa Rd., Honolulu

Akihiro Okada 808.595.3102
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
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