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DateDescriptionContact Info
Saturday Mar 23 7:00AM-11:00AMKahuilui Hongwanji Mission

Annual Spring Bazaar

Come enjoy our ono chow fun and spam musubi along with other yummy food. We will also have our rummage, country store, plants and produce. Don't forget to bring your own recyclable bag or box to carry all those goodies.

Kahului Hongwanji Mission

281 South Puunene Avenue, Kahului

Reverend Tennes 808.871.4732
Saturday Mar 23 11:00AM-4:00PMCreative Arts Experience, Downtown Art Center

Wild Side Popup Art Gallery

Pop up art gallery hosted by Hawaii Craftsmen and Honolulu Printmakers.

Downtown Art Center

1041A Nuuanu Avenue, Honolulu

Downtown Art Center 808.521.1812
Saturday Mar 23 11:00AM-4:00PMCreative Arts Experience

4th Walk on the Wild Side Health and Art Festival

Health, entertainment, ono food and art. FREE Kidney Screening, make and take art activities, Fun for the whole family

Fort St. Mall, Sun Yat Sen Park and Bethel St

Fort St. Mall and Bethel St., Honolulu

Sandra Pohl 808.521.1812
Sunday Mar 24 4:00PMEast-West Center Arts Program

Zakir Hussain (Tabla) with Niladri Kumar (Sitar)

Ustad Zakir Hussain is the world's best known Indian tabla player. Popularly known as the Tabla Maestro, his consistently brilliant and exciting performances have not only established him as a national treasure in India, but also earned him worldwide fame. His playing is marked by uncanny intuition and masterful improvisational dexterity, founded in formidable knowledge and study.

$35 general. Seating is general: first come, first served. Doors open 30 minutes before show time. Remaining tickets will be available at the door, one hour before show time.

Mamiya Theatre

Saint Louis School, 3142 Waialae Ave, Honolulu

Eric Chang 808.944.7177
Saturday Mar 30 10:00AM-3:00PMPuna Hongwanji Buddhist Temple

Puna Spring Festival

An event for the community held on the Puna Hongwanji Buddhist temple grounds. Event is open to the public and we will have food booths, craft vendors, entertainment, demonstrations, kids activities, temple tours, Puna Hongwanji Boutique, and non-profit organizations.

Puna Hongwanji Buddhist Temple Grounds

16-492 Old Volcano Road, Keaau

Puna Hongwanji 808.966.9981
Sunday Mar 31 8:30AM-1:00PMHonpa Hongwanji Hawaii Betsuin

Taste of Hongwanji Bazaar

Come and enjoy a fun-filled day of delicious food, taiko performances, games and other entertainment. The bazaar will feature a wide collection of handcrafted items, a plant sale, fresh produce, the popular Hongwanji Cookbooks – Favorite Island Cookery, and a great rummage sale of hidden treasures. You are sure to satisfy your appetite with fried noodles, beef stew, waffle dogs, bbq chicken, baked goods, tsukemono, shaved ice, and lots more. Affiliated temple organizations, the Boys Scouts, Girl Scouts, Hongwanji Mission School, Pacific Buddhist Academy and the Moilili and Kailua Hongwanji temples will also have a large assortment of specialty items.

Honpa Hongwanji Hawaii Betsuin

1727 Pali Highway, Honolulu

Honpa Hongwanji Hawaii Betsuin 808.536.7044
Sunday Mar 31 2:00PM-3:00PMEast-West Center Arts Program

Illustrated Talk: "Puppetry In Iran"

Join us for an illustrated talk on puppetry in Iran with Maseeh Ganjali, local photographer, director, and actor.

This event will be held in connection with the East-West Center Gallery exhibition titled, "Cosmic Characters: Wood Puppets of Asia", on view until May 5th, 2019.

John A. Burns Hall, East-West Center

1601 East-West Road, Honolulu

Eric Chang 808.944.7177
Saturday Apr 6 8:00AM-11:00AMWailuku Hongwanji Mission

Wailuku Hongwanji Yard Sale

Gently used rummage items, kitchen ware, small appliances, handbags etc. Wailuku Hongwanji Mission's famous Chow Fun and Spam musubi.

Wailuku Hongwanji Mission

1828 Vineyard Street, Wailuku

Sharon Higa 808.244.0406 808.281.2386
Saturday Apr 6 8:30AM-12:00PMJikoen Hongwanji Buddhist Temple

Jikoen Annual Bazaar

Everyone Welcome to Jikoen's Annual Bazaar with New and Gently Used Clothing, Kitchenware, Books, Toys, Accessories, Fresh Produce, Plants, Baked Goods, Takuan, Sushi, Andagi and more! Free Parking at Kapalama School.

Jikoen Honwanji Buddhist Temple

1731 N. School Street, Honolulu

Doris Oshiro 808.845.3422
Saturday Apr 6 12:00PM-3:00PMKapiolani Community College Library

Community Tech Fair@Kapiolani Community College Library

A free event about everyday technology. Enjoy hands-on activities, demos, and prizes! BYO smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Join us for a fun-filled afternoon at Kapiʻolani Community College. There is something interesting for everyone of all ages!

Be a Shutterbug: Create your own light painting, explore the bokeh corner, or go on a guided photo walk with fellow photographers.

Make something: Have fun making a paper circuit , cord organizer, or working a button maker.

Do some decluttering: Bring e-devices to e-waste or papers to shred. Prevent viruses and malware on your computer.

Try new tech: Watch a local artist create anime & digital art. Test out the latest gaming & computing devices.

Get a massage: Relieve your text neck and achy hands with massages and self-care workshops.

Cover the basics: Get support through small group workshops to learn iPad basics, Ancestry.com, travel hacks & apps, reputable health websites, and more.

Kapiolani Community College Library

4303 Diamond Head Road, Honolulu

Joy Oehlers 808.734.9352
Sunday Apr 7 8:00AM-9:00AMThe Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii

Spring Things Japanese Sale

Spring means that sleeping things come back to life in the new warm season. It also means that our vintage items and antiques, stored away for the winter, are waiting to be rediscovered for a new home. Join us in our Teruya Courtyard Breezeway (in front of the gift shop) to browse through hundreds of dishes, books, kimono, vases, furniture, and art at a great price.

Teruya Coutyard

2454 South Beretania Street, Honolulu

Ken Yoshia 808.945.7633
Saturday Apr 13 9:00AM-2:00PMManana PTO

2019 Manana Spring Craft Fair

Spotlights outstanding local musical talents--singing, dancing, and playing musical instruments. Donation: $8 General $10 At Door $5 Child.

Kroc Center

91-3257 Kualaka'i Parkway, Ewa Beach

808.307.5300
Saturday Apr 13 6:45PMThe Kapolei Chorale

9th Annual Leeward Music Festival

Celebrating the 12th year in existence, the craft fair is organized by parent volunteers at Manana Elementary School, along with help from staff, students, and partners. The PTO is hoping for another successful event this year. The non-profit organization is a necessary and valuable partner to Manana Elementary School, located in Pearl City, providing each grade level with extra funds for classroom supplies and projects; paying for field trip transportation; supporting extracurricular groups like track, JPO and robotics and Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) night. Funds raised are also used to fund the principals’ special project for each year, which has included in the past, smart boards for classrooms and purchasing new student computers to keep up with ever changing technology.

Manana Elementary School

1147 Kumano Street, Pearl City

Doris Sadako Dudley 808.672.8888
Sunday Apr 14 3:00PMHawaii Taiko Kai

Hawaii Ni Hibiku Uchina De-Ku (Echoes of Uchina De-Ku in Hawaii)

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Mitsufumi Ryu Taiko. Concert Tickets $35 per person, Aloha Party tickets $25 per person. Free bus transportation available from Jikoen Hongwanji, reservations needed, please call Diana at 808-261-8421 or e-mail dk1284@yahoo.com

Doors open at 2:30pm

Hawaii Okinawa Center

94-587 Uke'e Street Waipahu

John Awakuni 808.888.5723

 

 

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