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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 Sep 21 10:00AM-3:00PMMaui Okinawa Kenjin Kai

Maui Okinawan Festival

Mensore! Come join us for an Okinawan experience on Maui. Okinawan food, dance, genealogy, country store, mini craft fair, culture and more.

Queen Ka`ahumanu Center

275 W Kaahumanu Avenue, Kahului

Maui Okinawa Kenjin Kai 808.242.1560
Sunday Sep 22 2:00PMEast-West Center Gallery

EWC Gallery Exhibition: First Nations Art of British Columbia

First Nations art of British Columbia is among the most vivid and distinctive artwork in North America. This exhibition includes the artwork of established, mid-career, and emerging Northwest Coast First Nations artists who have a deep respect for traditional practice yet are keenly aware of their relationship to history and their place in contemporary First Nations culture.

These cultures create exquisitely carved objects, intricately woven materials, and beautifully painted surfaces.

This exhibition will open on September 22nd, 2019 and will be on view until January 12th, 2020. Guided gallery tours will be offered Sundays at 3:00pm

East-West Center Gallery

1601 East-West Road, Honolulu

Eric Chang 808.944.7177
Tuesday Sep 24 12:00PM-2:30PMMoiliili Community Center

Citizenship Class

The Citizenship class is geared for those wanting to take the citizenship exam to become an American citizen. The class is conducted in Japanese with instructor Mitzi Moore and is held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00-2:30 pm in room 202 for 10 sessions starting September 24, 2019. For those interested, please come to the first class.

Moiliili Community Center

2535 S King Street, Honolulu

Rachel Yamashita 808.955.1555
Sep 26 - Oct 10 Various TimesThe Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program

2020 JET Program

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program will begin its 2020 recruiting season with a series of Informational Meetings at various universities on Oahu and the Big Island starting in late September.

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program offers young professionals the opportunity to work in Japan as Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) or Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs). For more information, please see the official website at: https://jetprogramusa.org.

Thursday, 9/26, 10am-11:30am -Information Session at Brigham Young University - Hawaii (McKay Bldg., Room 175)

Friday, 9/27, 3pm-4:30pm -Information Session at Hawaii Pacific University WPI-520 (Waterfront Plaza, Bldg. 1, 5th Floor)

Tuesday, 10/1, 10am-2pm -Career Fair at University of Hawaii at Manoa (Campus Center Ballroom)

Wednesday, 10/2, 10am-2pm -Career & Internship Fair at University of Hawaii - West Oahu (Campus Center)

Friday, 10/4, 12pm-1:30pm -Information Session at University of Hawaii at Hilo (Student Services Center, W201)

Wednesday, 10/9, 2pm-3:30pm -Information Session at University of Hawaii - West Oahu (Building A, Room 116)

Thursday, 10/10, 2pm-3:30pm -Information Session at University of Hawaii at Manoa (Campus Center, Room 308)

https:// jetprogramusa.org
Wednesday Oct 2 8:00AM-10:00AMThe Honolulu Police Department

Coffee With A Cop

Join your neighbors and police officers for coffee and conversation!

Manoa Starbucks

2902 East Manoa Road, Honolulu

District 7 Community Policing Team 808.723.3364
Saturday Oct 5 9:00AM-2:00PMHaleiwa Jodo Mission YBA

Haleiwa Jodo Mission YBA Craft Fair

Country craft fair featuring a variety of vendors and goods. Hula and other performances. To pre-order bento & sushi, please call or email haleiwajodomissionyba@gmail.com before September 20. Vendor spaces may still be available.

Haleiwa Jodo Mission

66-279A Haleiwa Road, Haleiwa

Rev. Koji Ezaki 808.637.4382
Oct 5 - 6 10:00AM-5:00PMOahu Intertribal Council

45th Annual Honolulu Intertribal Powwow

Free family friendly powwow open to the public on grounds of beautiful Ala Moana Beach Park, Magic Island. Local and mainland American Indians from North America and Alaska Natives will be drumming, singing, and dancing in their finest regalia. Featuring Grammy Nominated Drum group Northern Cree and host drum 808NDNZ. Children can make Native themed craft items to take home. Local and mainland American Indians from North America and Alaska Natives will offer authentic jewelry, clothing, beaded items, and baskets for sale. Come out and enjoy the day bring chairs or blankets to enjoy powwow while enjoying Frybread, Indian Tacos, cold water or soda. This is a non-alcohol, no drugs, or alcohol powwow.

Ala Moana Beach Park, Magic Island

1201 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu

honolulupowwow @gmail.com
Sunday Oct 6 10:30AMJikoen Hongwanji Buddhist Temple

Hongwanji 130th Anniversary Community Event

Hawai’i Okinawan Restaurant Project Presentation by Howard Takara and Gene Kaneshiro.

Jikoen Hongwanji

1731 N. School Street, Honolulu

Alan Urasaki 808.391.4754
Oct 11 - 13 Various TimesHonolulu Orchid Society (HOS)

Celebrating 80 Years of Orchids

FREE event celebrating the 80th anniversary of Honolulu Orchid Society (HOS) with spectacular floral displays, orchid and plant sales and orchid culture lectures/demonstrations.

Local Orchid Vendors will have beautiful blooming plants for sale. Public is invited to Celebrating 80 Years of Orchids with proceeds to benefit the educational mission of the society and the perpetuation of the love and culture of orchids in Hawaii. Ample free parking available.

10/11/19 at 11 am-Phalaenopsis, 1 pm-Honohono

10/12/19 at 11 am Dendrobium, 1 pm-Basic Orchid Culture

10/13/19 at 11 am-Cattleya

Washington Middle School Cafeteria

1633 South King Street, Honolulu

Katherine Sakuda 808.258.6511
Saturday Oct 12 8:00AM-2:00PMThe Children's Center, Inc.

The Children's Center, Inc. 34th Annual Holiday "Friendship" Faire

It is our 34th annual Holiday "Friendship" Faire. We will be having a silent auction, potpourri booth which will include crafts and jewelry, handmade children's accessories, a "Keikiland" full of fun games and activities, including a bouncer for the kids and kids-at-heart. And an open market selling vegetables, fruit, baked goods, jams, jellies, plants and other homemade specialties. We will have lucky prize drawings every hour, and a grand cash prize drawing at the end of the event. On the same grounds as Nu'uanu Congregational Church in the beautiful Nu'uanu valley. Parking and admission is free.

The Children's Center, Inc

2651A Pali Highway, Honolulu

Carole Kasamoto 808.393.1171
Sunday Oct 13 9:00AM-1:00PMMoiliili Hongwanji Buddhist Temple

Moiliili Hongwanji Bazaar & Open House

Featuring Ono Foods & Bake Sale, Bargain Bazaar items, Crafters, Plants & Produce, Magic Show, Entertainment, & Open House.

Moiliili Hongwanji

902 Univercity Avenue, Honolulu

Rev. Toshiyuki Umitani 808.949.1659
Sunday Oct 13 1:00PM-5:00PMIzumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii

Annual Autumn Thanksgiving Festival

Celebrating 50 years on Kukui Street. Please join us for our 113th Omatsuri Festival!

During this Autumn Thanksgiving Festival, we express our gratitude for blessings received in the past, and we pray for continued blessings to be bestowed on our families, businesses, organizations, and our state and our country.

Izumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii

215 N. Kukui Street, Honolulu

Jun Miyasaka 808.538.7778

 

 

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