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DateDescriptionContact Info
Till Nov 19 9:00AM-3:30PMHawaii Kotohira Jinsha - Hawaii Dazaifu Tenmangu

Shichi Go San Children's Festival

Donation for Blessing $60 (includes Blessing, Chitose-ame candy, omamori and gift). Complimentary kimono rental & dressing as part of our service to the community. (*Kimono rental and dressing is offered on weekends only.)

Reservations required (accepted from Sep 1, 2017) . Go to http://www.e-shrine.org/shichigosanjusanmairi.html for details and reservation forms. Please email or fax completed reservation form to kotohira@hawaiiantel.net or Fax no. 808-847-2033.

Hawaii Kotohira Jinsha - Hawaii Dazaifu Tenmangu

1239 Olomea Street, Honolulu

Hawaii Kotohira Jinsha - Hawaii Dazaifu Tenmangu 808.841.4755
Till Dec 31 8:00AM-4:30PMLanakila Pacific

We're Hiring

Be a part of the Lanakila Pacific team and make a difference in the lives of others. We're Hiring Food Service Driver (Full Time and Part Time), Cook (Full Time and Part Time), Shift Schedule 5:00am-2:00pm (Mon-Fri)

Lanakila Pacific

1809 Bachelot Street, Honolulu

Naomi Kimoto 808.531.0555
Nov 15 - Jan 7 '18 During Shop Open HoursMinamoto Kitchoan

The Exhibition of Beautiful Japanese Craft Art made by Edible Ingredients

Minamoto Kitchoan exhibits three Japanese craft arts all made with edible ingredients at Ala Moana Center store.

The Origin of the art craft is in Edo era and it is dimensionally and pictorially describing the Japanese four seasons or Japanese nature such as flowers, birds, wind and the moon. The technique of production is very delicate and requires expert skills.

Minamoto Kitchoan has recently put in a lot of work in to the production of the sweet art craft and had won the top award.

It must be surprising and unbelievable if you see all these delicate sculptures which are made of edible ingredients. Please come and look at this art at our store and feel the sense of beauty of Japanese culture.

*Display period may change depending on unforeseen circumstances.

Minamoto Kitchoan Ala Moana Center

1450 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu

Minamoto Kitchoan 808.947.0870
Friday Nov 17 11:00AM-1:00PMComplete Streets Program

Lower Makiki Sit Down Complete Streets Session

Have ideas for how to make Honolulu's roads safer and more accommodating to everyone? Join one of our upcoming neighborhood "sit down sessions" for the Urban Core #completestreets project.

Two hour session will explore neighborhood level issues and opportunities. RSVP here: http://bit.ly/2yOfgJj

Neal Blaisdell Center, Oahu Room

777 Ward Ave., Honolulu

Melissa White 808.628.5861
Friday Nov 17 6:00PM-8:00PMComplete Streets Program

Ward/Ala Moana Sit Down Complete Streets Session

Have ideas for how to make Honolulu's roads safer and more accommodating to everyone? Join one of our upcoming neighborhood "sit down sessions" for the Urban Core #completestreets project.

Two hour session will explore neighborhood level issues and opportunities. RSVP here: http://bit.ly/2yOfgJj

Neal Blaisdell Center, Oahu Room

777 Ward Ave., Honolulu

Melissa White 808.628.5861
Saturday Nov 18 9:00AM-2:00PMJohn H Wilson Elementary School

Wilson School Fun Fair

Ono local food: Teriburgers, bentos, maki sushi, musubi, taco salad, andagi, Krispy Kreme doughnuts, shave ice, Japanese yoyo and games for all ages, hair decor/accessories, bag tags, Kalani High CPR booth, Scholastic Book Fair, and a Silent Auction. Entertainment by Ka Hale I O Kahala, Kaimuki Middle School Band, Kalani High School Band, and the Royal Hawaiian Band.

FREE ADMISSION! FREE ENTERTAINMENT!

John H Wilson Elementary School

4945 Kilauea Avenue, Honolulu

Lorna Chang 808.733.4740
Saturday Nov 18 10:00AM-2:00PMJapanese Community Association of Hawaii

Bunka No Hi, Japanese Culture Day in Hawaii

Celebrating Japanese culture in Hawaii! Omikoshi parade, Shichi-go-san dressing and picture taking, talk story with former Governor George Ariyoshi, ramen slurping competition, soroban demonstration, music and dance performances, and more!

Sangha Hall

424 Kilauea Avenue, Hilo

Laurie Higashi 808.498.6247
Saturday Nov 18 1:00PMOmotesenke

Peaceful Japanese Tea Ceremony

Introduction to the Japanese tea ceremony Cost $5.00 Cash only please (includes matcha tea and traditional Japanese confection)

Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii

Weinberg Building, 5th Floor Seikoan Tea Room

Atsuko Igarashi 808.384.0110
Tuesday Nov 21 6:00PM-8:00PMHarris United Methodist Church

56th Annual Nu’uanu Valley Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration

Hawaii’s longest running Interfaith Celebration of Peace and Nonviolence with theme of “We Choose Love” featuring interactive community informational booths, entertainment & fellowship.

Harris United Methodist Church

20 S. Vineyard Blvd, Honolulu

Rona Dumagos Mangayayam 808.536.9602
Saturday Nov 25 10:00AM-2:00PMHonolulu Habitat for Humanity

Sustainable Saturday-A Recycling & Storewide Sale Event

Our second annual Sustainable Saturday Event includes: • Information about keeping items out of our landfills • Being an environmentally conscious shopper • Recycling options-in some cases it PAYS to recycle! • Refurbished and upcycled items on display • Storewide sale • Collecting HI-5¢ glass, plastic & cans for donation • Silent auction-offering some of our most unique & interesting donations

It’s a fun filled day that is FREE to the public and family friendly. At the end of this year’s Sustainable Saturday event, we hope everyone will be able to apply this information and tips to your daily choices and purchases.

How can I participate? • Bring HI-5¢ glass, plastic & cans for donation • Donate new and gently used home and business furniture, housewares, and building materials. • At no cost, have an information booth, to promote your sustainable and recycling efforts • Learn more about and register to become a Honolulu Habitat for Humanity volunteer • Engage with the Honolulu Habitat for Humanity staff to see how your monetary donations can impact our vison of a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

Honolulu Habitat for Humanity

922 Austin Lane, C-1, Honolulu

April Bullis 808.538.7070
Friday Dec 1 6:00PM-8:30PMTamagusuku Ryu Senju Kai Frances Nakachi Ryubu Dojo

Cultural Fusion

Tamagusuku Ryu Senju Kai Hawaii Frances Nakachi Ryubu Dojo Holds Their Annual Cultural Fusion. 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.

Funds raised supports students in their participation in the konkuru program in Okinawa. It’s purpose is to certify students at various levels in dance. Senju Kai continues to send students to Okinawa each year for training and konkuru so they may become teachers and continue sharing their craft for generations to come.

Cost: Pre-sale - $60 per person, At the door - $70 per person

Pagoda Restaurant - C’est Si Bon

1525 Rycroft Street, Honolulu

Gayle Ishikawa 808.754.8828
Saturday Dec 2 9:00AM-2:00PMWahiawa Ryusenji Soto Mission

Ryusenji Fujinkai 29th Annual Craft Fair

Items: Xmas gifts, Jewelry, T-Shirts, Kitchen Aids, Baby Items, etc. and While Elephant Sale

Food: Sushi, Spam Musubi, Tsukemono (Picked vegetables), Baked Goods, Chili Rice or Dog, Teri Burger, Hot/Cold Drinks.

Entertainment: Ryugen Taiko, Na Papa Hula o Noelani, Kaala Japanese Language School Students

Wahiawa Ryusenji Soto Mission

164 California Avenue, Wahiawa

Ryusenji Soto Mission 808.622.1429
Sunday Dec 3 9:30AM-12:00PMHawaii Buddhist Council

2017 Bodhi Day Service

Officiant Minister: Bishop Shugen Komagata of Soto Mission of Hawaii

Attending Ministers: All Bishops & Ministers of Hawaii Buddhist Council

Dharma Messages: "Significance of Bodhi Day" by Bishops / representatives of all denominations

Entertainment & Refreshments

Soto Mission of Hawaii

1708 Nuuanu Ave, Honolulu

Soto Mission of Hawaii 808.537.9409
Sunday Dec 3 3:00PM-7:00PMFilipino Community Center

11th Annual Pasko Sa Filcom

Masaya at Mapayapang Kapaskuhan! (Joyous and Peaceful Christmas Time!)

University of Hawaii College Fair, Music and Dance Entertainment, Food Demonstrations and Sampling, Children's Games and Activities, Tabletop Christmas Tree Contest, Parol Making Contest, Karaoke Contest, Choral Competition and more!

It's FREE and OPEN to the public.

Filipino Community Center

94-428 Mokuola Street, Waipahu

FilCom Center 808.680.0451
Sunday Dec 10 9:00AM-2:00PMC/o McKinley Band Boosters Association

McKinley HS Christmas Craft & Gift Fair

Find special and unique gifts in a fun day of christmas shopping. Ample free parking. Over 40 vendors and talented crafters. Silent auction. A fundraiser for the Mckinley Band and Orchestra program. Mahalo for your support!

McKinley High School, in and around the cafeteria

1039 S King Street, Honolulu

Don Somphatphibane 808.388.6726
Sunday Dec 10 3:00PMThe Honolulu Chorale

A Joyful Christmas

Join the Honolulu Chorale and new Music Director, Karol Nowicki, for their 51st season as they present their annual holiday concert, A Joyful Christmas – celebrating various holiday carols: African Noel arranged by Andre J. Thomas; Brazilian Christmas Carol by Benjamin Harlan; Mary Had a Baby by William L. Dawson; We Wish You a Merry Christmas arranged by John Rutter and more!

Kawaiaha‘o Church

957 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu

Terry Higashi 808.554.6269
Tuesday Dec 12 5:00PM-6:00PMBlue Zones Project - Hawaii

Blue Zones Project – Grocery Tour at KTA Waikoloa

KTA Super Stores is nudging customers to make healthy choices. On the tour, health coaches will highlight fresh and convenient plant slant options, and identify foods with hidden sugars and other harmful ingredients.

Cost: FREE, RSVP by emailing bzp.northhawaii@gmail.com

KTA Waikoloa

68-3916 Paniolo Avenue, Waikoloa

Sue Dela Cruz 808.824.3591
Dec 12, 14, 20 Various Time & PlacesBlue Zones Project - Hawaii

Blue Zones Project – Food Distribution

Contribute your time and efforts in Hilo to benefit Hawaii Island Kupuna and families in need, in partnership with the Food Basket. Volunteer activities will include sorting, bagging, and distributing bags of food. Each location distributes to approximately 100 people, so the helping hands are greatly appreciated.

December 12 @10:30AM-12:00PM/Tennis Stadium (350 Kalanikoa St., Hilo)

December 12 @1:00PM/Pahoa Senior Center (15-3016 Kauhale St., Pahoa)

December 14 @10:15AM/Pepeekeo Community Center (28-1084 Old Mamalahoa Hwy., Pepeekeo)

December 20 @10:00AM/Puna Hongwanji Keaau (16-492 Old Volcano Rd., Keaau)

Cost: FREE, RSVP at http://info.bluezonesproject.com/eh/volunteer

Jade Iokepa 808.756.5772
Saturday Dec 16 11:00AM-12:00PMKe Kula Mele Hawai`i - School or Hawaiian Music

Ke Kula Mele Winter Concert

Enjoy the music of Ke Kula Mele - School of Hawaiian music under the direction of Kumu Alan Akaka. Students will perform songs with the theme of KA MANU - BIRDS, as well as some Christmas songs, on steel guitar, ‘ukulele, guitar and Hawaiian style bass for this Winter Concert.

Free to the public. For more information call 808 375-9379 or visit kekulamele.com

Windward Mall

46-056 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe

Alan Akaka 808.375.9379
Sunday Dec 17 3:00PMMake-A-Wish Hawaii

Jingle Rock Run

Our 4th Annual Jingle Rock Run is back! Come see the Honolulu City Lights through this family-friendly festive holiday walk. FUN FOR ALL! Walkers, joggers, runners, strollers, pets (especially reindeer!) invited.

To spread hope, strength and joy through the power of a wish. All proceeds benefit Make-A-Wish Hawaii.

This signature holiday event features a Keiki Sprint for the young revelers, ages 12 and under! Festive attire is highly encouraged for participants of all ages.

VISIT: jinglerockrun.com for ticket info

Hawaii State Capitol

415 South Beretania Street, Honolulu

Janel Chandler 808.537.3118
Thursday-Saturday Dec 21-23West Hawaii Dance Theatre

The Nutcracker Ballet

West Hawaii Dance Theatre and Academy lights up the holidays by presenting "The Nutcracker Ballet”. A Full Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Brian Dollinger with members of the Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra will accompany the dancers.

This visually stunning festive family-friendly production includes more than 70 local dancers, guest dancers from The Maui Academy of Performing Arts, and Guest Professional dancers from the Matsuyama Ballet, Carolina Ballet and Bolshoi Ballet.

December 21 and 22, 6:00PM

December 23, 2:00PM

Tickets: www.kahilutheatre.org

Information: Phone West Hawaii Dance Theatre (808) 329-8876 www.whdt.org

Kahilu Theatre

67-1186 Lindsey Rd, Waimea

Virginia Holte, Artistic Director 808.329.8876

 

 

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