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DateDescriptionContact Info
Sunday Dec 21 5:00PM-8:00PMMake-A-Wish Hawaii

Jingle Rock Run

Join Make-A-Wish® Hawaii for our 2nd Annual Jingle Rock Run! A 5k Race and Keiki Sprint to help grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with Hope, Strength and Joy. Come and enjoy the holiday lights and festivities. Runners and walkers will share their holiday cheer through Downtown and the Honolulu City Lights then Jingle all the way back to the finish for our holiday entertainment. There will also be a Keiki Sprint for the young revelers. Children age 12 and under are invited to participate! Festive attire is highly encouraged. Strollers and pets (especially reindeer!) are also welcome! All proceeds benefit Make-A-Wish Hawaii. Come out and Share the Power of a Wish®!

Mother Waldron Park - Kaka'ako Area

330 Cooke St., Honolulu

James Donnelly 808.537.3118
Wednesday Dec 24 6:30PM-8:00PMHonolulu Christian Church

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

Join us on Christmas Eve for our service which includes a short message, gospel hula, children choir, church choir, and singing Christmas Carols together. Refreshments to follow.

Honolulu Christian Church

2207 Oahu Ave., Honolulu

Tsugumune Matsuda 808.973.4335
Thursday Jan 1 12:00AM-5:00PMIzumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii

Traditional New Year's Blessing

The traditional Japanese New Year's blessings shall be given at the Izumo Taisha from midnight New Year's eve, and continue on through the night to the evening of the first of January. Blessings are offered thereafter for the first three days. You are welcome to visit the Shrine at any time to express your gratitude for the blessings of the past and pray and receive the blessings of the New Year for the health and well-being for you and your family and business. New ofuda (talisman) and omamori (amulet) for the blessing and protection of the business, home and persons are available for a nominal donation. New Year's Blessing shall be given to the people.

Izumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii

215 North Kukui St., Honolulu

Jun Miyasaka 808.538.7778
Saturday Jan 10 4:00PM-8:00PMKahului Hongwanji Mission

Taste of Hongwanji

Celebrating 125 Years of Jodo Shinshu Buddhism in Hawaii. Maui Hongwanji Council (Kahului, Lahaina, Makawao, and Wailuku Buddhist Temples) invites you to an exciting community event with delicious food specialties, informative displays, Walgreen's blood pressure readings and flu shots(as supplies lasts), make and take tables, peace crane sun catchers, golden chain, mini-flower arrangements, onenju making, games, community organizations - A Cup of Cold Water, County Office of Aging, and much more!

Kahului Hongwanji Mission

291 South Puunene Ave., Honolulu

Janet Shimada 808.871.4732
Saturday Jan 24 4:00PM-6:00PMJimpu Kai Kin Ryosho Ryukyu Geino Kenkyusho Hawaii Shibu

Jimpu Kai & Friends

A concert of Okinawan dance, music, and theatre; hula; ukulele; and taiko. Call or email for more information jimpukaifriends@gmail.com.

Leeward Community College Theatre

95-046 Ala Ike, Pearl City

Yukie Shiroma 808.737.1846
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