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DateDescriptionContact Info
Friday Sep 21 6:30PMHonpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii

8th Annual Peace Day Interfaith Celebration

Performances of song, hula, taiko, and dance and remarks by speakers of diverse religious traditions to celebrate Peace Day. This year's theme is "Cultivating Peace" and features a presentation on the recent Hoʻōla ʻĀina Youth Food Sovereignty Congress. Sponsored by Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii with Honpa Hongwanji Hawaii Betsuin, Pacific Buddhist Academy, and The Interfaith Alliance Hawaii. Free. hongwanjihawaii.com

Honpa Hongwanji Hawaii Betsuin

1727 Pali Highway, Honolulu

Liane Viloria (PBA) 808.532.2649
Sunday Sep 23 1:00PM-5:00PM100th Infantry Battalion Veterans

Opening Reception for the MangaBento art show, "Pets"

Meet the artists of MangaBento and the 100th Infantry Battalion Veteran while enjoying an exhibit all about pets. Learn about the 100th through displays on "Vets and Pets" and the Cat Island experiment. Keiki activities and hands on art projects. Free and open to the public but you must RSVP by Friday, September 14.

Show will run on weekdays from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm from September 24 through October 9 and November 1 through December 28. It will be closed on weekends, holidays and from October 10 through 31. Please check the 100th Infantry Battalion Veterans Facebook page for a schedule of special weekend events.

100th Infantry Battalion Veterans Clubhouse

520 Kamoku Street, Honolulu

Jayne 808.946.0272
Tuesday&Thursday Sep 25 - Oct 25Moiliili Community Center

US Citizenship Class taught in Japanese

A class to prepare for the US citizenship interview.

12:00PM - 2:30PM on Tuesday & Thursday

Moiliili Community Center

2535 South King Street, Honolulu

Rachel Yamashita 808.955.1555
Sep 26 & Sep 28JET Program USA

2019 Japan Exchange and Teaching Program

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program will begin its 2019 recruiting season with a series of Informational Meetings at various universities on Oahu and the Big Island starting in late September. Please see schedule for exact dates, times and locations.

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).

Since 1987, more than 60,000 JET Program participants from over 40 countries have lived and worked in cities, towns, and villages throughout Japan. Join JET and become part of this exclusive network of like-minded international enthusiasts!

To learn more, come and speak to a JET Program representative when they visit your campus!

Wednesday, Sep 26 @10am-11:30am : Informational Meeting at Brigham Young University - Hawaii (Aloha Center, Rooms 155)

Friday, Sep 28 @3pm-4:30pm : Informational Meeting at Hawaii Pacific University (1188 Fort Street Mall, Room 243)

https://jetprogramusa.org/
Thursday Sep 27 3:30PM-6:00PMWashington Middle School Student Body Government

Goodies & Grinds Farmer's Market

Join us for our Goodies & Grinds Farmer's Market. The WMS Science Club is raising money to start a hydroponic and aquaponic farm to teach the students about entrepreneurship. The Student Body Government is raising money to install cool water filling stations.

Washington Middle School Portable Courtyard

1633 S. King Street Honolulu

Cindy Wong 808.973.0177
October 1 - 31 Hawaii State Library hoursShofu Kai

Mizusahi of Sadou: Cold-Water Containers of Japanese Tea Ceremony

This exhibit of traditional mizusashi is presented by Shofu Kai, a group of ceramists at the Hawai’I Potters Guild who have been studying together to learn about the artistry of utensils used in the Japanese tea ceremony, a cornerstone of Japanese culture. The mizusashi is the lidded jar that the holds the cold-water that is used to replenish the water in the kama (kettle). Mizusashi are classified by their shape, origins, and other characteristics. Four different styles of mizusashi used by the early tea masters will be presented: hoso (thin), hira (flat), kaku (square), and yabure bukuro (torn bag).

Hawaii State Library

478 South King Street, Honolulu

Sachiko Furuya 808.772.8204
Friday Oct 5 9:30PM-3:30AMKrewphoria Events

Mālama Masquerade

Let the Halloween festivities begin!! Mālama Masquerade is a costume party fundraiser! This 6 hour event showcases 6 talented DJs from Hawaii and Washington State! Must be 18+ to dance, 21+ to drink!

Mālama Masquerade is an event that allows people of all different types come together through a love of music and giving back to the community. This event will give guests an opportunity to make new friends, hear several local up and coming DJs play their music, and support a Hawaiian non-profit by donating their ticket proceeds to the Hawaiian Humane Society. Free mask with entry!!

Presale tickets are $10 online or $15 at the door. Tickets to this tropical masquerade can be purchased here: https://malamamasquerade.bpt.me

Boda Café

1227 Hopaka Street, Honolulu

Tabitha Zimny 509.656.4315
Oct 5, 9, 10, 16 & 17JET Program USA

2019 Japan Exchange and Teaching Program

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program will begin its 2019 recruiting season with a series of Informational Meetings at various universities on Oahu and the Big Island starting in late September. Please see schedule for exact dates, times and locations.

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).

Since 1987, more than 60,000 JET Program participants from over 40 countries have lived and worked in cities, towns, and villages throughout Japan. Join JET and become part of this exclusive network of like-minded international enthusiasts!

To learn more, come and speak to a JET Program representative when they visit your campus!

Friday, Oct 5 @12pm-1pm : Informational Meeting at University of Hawaii at Hilo (Student Services Center, W201)

Tuesday, Oct 9 @10am-2pm : Career Fair at University of Hawaii at Manoa (Campus Center Ballroom)

Wednesday, Oct 10 @10am-2pm : Career & Internship Fair at University of Hawaii - West Oahu (Campus Center 208)

Tuesday, Oct 16 @2pm-3:30pm : Informational Meeting at University of Hawaii at Manoa (Campus Center 308)

Wednesday, Oct 17 @2pm-3pm : Informational Meeting at University of Hawaii - West Oahu (Room E-109)

https://jetprogramusa.org/
Saturday Oct 6 8:00AM-12:00PMPuna Hongwanji Mission

Puna Hongwanji Mission Bazaar

This fundraising event will help maintain our temple and building repairs. We will have our delicious laulau, smoked meat, variety of baked goods, huge rummage sale, silent auction, fresh vegetables, bagged cinders, and much more. Come early for the best parking.

Puna Hongwanji Mission

16-492 Old Volcano Rd, Keaau

Jason Hashimoto 808.966.9981
Saturday Oct 6 9:00AM-1:00PMMoiliili Hongwanji

Open House & Food Fair

Open House showcasing temple, preschool, Project Dana. Food Fair featuring variety of food ie. kalua pig bowl, chicken katsu, spam musubi, mazegohan, mochi, shave ice, etc. Treasures (high end rummage) will be on sale.

Entertainment program at 10:30AM. Public is invited.

Moiliili Hongwanji

902 University Avenue, Honolulu

Rev. Toshiyuki Umitani 808.949.1659
Sat&Sun, Oct 6&7 10:00AM-5:00PMOahu Intertribal Council

44th Annual Honolulu Intertribal Powwow

Free, family friendly powwow open to the public. Celebration of North America Indian and Alaska Native cultures with drumming, singing, and dancing in beautiful hand made regalia. Children are invited to visit craft booth to make items to take home. North America Indian and Alaska Native vendors will be on hand to offer bead work, jewelry, arts and crafts items for purchase. Frybread, Indian Tacos, soda, and water will be available for purchase. Bring chairs, and blankets for your comfort to enjoy powwow. Non-alcohol, no smoking and drug free powwow.

For more information visit our webpage: www.honoluluintertribalpowwow.com

Ala Moana Beach Park-Magic Island

1201 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu

Oahu Intertribal Council honolulupowwow @gmail.com
Sunday Oct 7 1:00PM-5:00PMIzumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii

Annual Autumn Thanksgiving Festival

Please join members and friends of Hawaii Izumo Taisha for the 112th Anniversary 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 country.

Izumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii

215 N. Kukui Street, Honolulu

Jun Miyasaka 808.538.7778
Tuesday Oct 9 7:00PMVegetarian Society of Hawaii

Nutrition-Based Medicine: The Key to Healing in the 21st Century

Obesity, clogged arteries, Type-2 diabetes, many cancers and autoimmune diseases -- in fact, most of the chronic diseases that absorb most of the time, energy and finances in the health care system, are driven largely by the Standard American Diet, which is laden with an excess of animal-based products, refined carbohydrates and processed oils, along with many other adulterants. Changing to truly health-supporting food choices predictably results in dramatic improvement - if not complete resolution - of these fearsome diseases. Dr. Klaper will explain the (mal)nutrition-based pathophysiology of these common maladies, and present practical (and tasty) methods for instituting food choices that can effectively ameliorate these fearsome diseases!

Ala Wai Golf Course Clubhouse

404 Kapahulu Avenue, Honolulu (at end of 0.2 mi. driveway between Waikiki-Kapahulu Library & golf course—across from the Texaco station)

Kiana Dulan 808.397.3215
Friday - Sunday Oct 12 - Oct 14 Honolulu Orchid Society (HOS)

Orchids by the Sea - Honolulu Orchid Society's 79th Annual Orchid Dislay and Plant Sale

Honolulu Orchid Society's 79th Annual Orchid Display and Plant Sale, "Orchids by the Sea," will showcase orchids for sale by orchid vendors and plants, plant accessories, white elephant items and donations for sale by HOS members. The event is FREE to the public. Proceeds benefit educational programs for students and the community. Orchid Culture Lectures on Friday, 10/12/18 are held at 11 am on Phalaenopsis Orchid Culture and 1 pm on Honohono Orchid Culture. Saturday 10/13/18 will feature Dendrobium Orchid Culture at 11 am and Basic Orchid Culture at 1 pm. On Sunday, 10/14/18 Cattleya Orchid Culture will be presented at 11 am.

Oct. 12 (9 am-5 pm), Oct. 13 (9 am-4 pm), Oct. 14 (9 am-3 pm)

More information : www.honoluluorchidsociety.org

Washington Middle School Cafeteria

1633 South King Street, Honolulu

Katherine Sakuda 808.258.6511
Saturday Oct 13 11:00AM-2:00PMCommunity of Christ Makiki

Community of Christ- Makiki Lu’au

Hawaiian Plate, Pick Up/Dine In, Entertainment. $25 a Plate Presale/$30 a Plate at the Door. Proceeds to support kitchen renovation project.

Makiki Community of Christ Church

1666 Mott-Smith Drive, Honolulu

Pearlene Blaisdell 808.285.3678
Saturday Oct 13 12:00PM-5:30PMVegFest Oahu

3rd Annual VegFest Oahu

The festival brings together more than 50 booths offering education, food, and entertainment, and was attended by 5000 people last year. Activities include: plant-based cooking demos by expert chefs; speakers on health and environmental topics; a mouthwatering variety of vegan vendors offering ethnic dishes, local favorites, and comfort foods; yoga and dance classes; lots of free product sampling; and continuous live music. Free entry & parking.

More information; https://vegfestoahu.com

Frank Fasi Civic Grounds near SkyGate

558 S King Street, Honolulu

Joy Waters 808-255-9454
Sunday Oct 14 10:30AMWailuku Hongwanji Mission

College Prep

College orientation for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. Presenting information on college search, SAT/ACT exam, college visit, four-year schedule, extracurricular activities, refine note-taking skills, college financial options and much more.

Wailuku Hongwanji Mission

1828 Vineyard Street, Honolulu

Sharon Higa 808.244.0406 or 808.281.2386

 

 

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