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DateDescriptionContact Info
Friday Dec 13 Various TimeHonpa Hongwanji Hilo Betsuin

Holiday Craft Fair

Come and shop for gifts for the holidays at our annual craft fair. Local vendors are selling home made jewelry, clothing, blankets, bags, baby, stationary, framed art, food and snacks. This is a FREE event. Shop local.

Dec 13 (4PM to 9 PM) and Dec 14 (9 AM to 4PM)

Sangha Hall

398 Kilauea Avenue, Hilo

Holiday Craft Fair 808.961.6677
Saturday Dec 14 9:00AM-1:00PMJapanese Cultural Center of Hawaii

Winter Craft and Collectibles Fair

oin vendors from around the island when they bring their collection of Japanese themed artwork, kimono, swords, kokeshi, porcelain, jewelry, and textiles to JCCH! There will also be items from the U.S. and Japan for collectors both young and old, as well as crafts from creative artisans showing off their wares.

A special - B,C,D Sale: A great variety of vessels - B(bowls), C(cups), and D(Donabe) will all be 20% off in the in the First Floor Gift Shop.

Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii Teruya Courtyard

2454 S. Beretania Street, Honolulu

Ken Yoshida 808.945.7633 Ext.32
Sunday Dec 15 9:00AM-1:30PMRainbow Bonsai Club

Annual Holiday Bonsai Fair and Exhibit

Come to join our annual Bonsai Fair and Exhibit!

Noelani Elementary School

2655 Woodlawn Drive, Honolulu

Rainbow Bonsai Club 808.239.9681
Sunday Dec 15 9:00AM-2:00PMMcKInley H.S. a benefit for the McKinley H.S. Band & Orchestra

McKinley H.S. Craft and Gift Fair

Unique Craft, Food, Great Crafters, Door Prize, Ample Parking

McKinley High School

1039 South King Street, Honolulu

McKinley High School 808.594.0400
Dec 20 & 22

Various Time

Aiea Korean, Christ, and Kilohana United Methodist Churches

7:30-9:30 pm and 4:00-6:00 p.m.

The Greatest Gift of All

The Greatest Gift of All, a gift to the community from the sponsoring churches, will feature international renowned musicians from New York performing operatic and Christmas favorites. The team of opera singers and pianist will be led by tenor Taʻu Pupuʻa. Admission is $35. Any profit realized will be donated to needy community organizations.

Christ United Methodist Church

1639 Keʻeaumoku Street, Honolulu

Brown Paper Tickets 800.838.3006
Saturday Dec 21 10:00AM-11:00AMVoices of Aloha choir

Holiday concert

Free concert

Hawaii State Library

478 S. King Street, Honolulu

Creig 808.256.1414
Saturday Dec 21 11:00AM-12:00PMKe Kula Mele Hawai'i

Ke Lula 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 about things that are ono and fun, such as food or a luau or spending time with friends, as well as some holiday songs. Students will perform on steel guitar, ‘ukulele, guitar and Hawaiian style bass for this Winter Concert. Free to the public.

Please note that the Ke Kula Mele website should be checked for any last-minute changes that may become necessary after the press release.

Windward Mall

46-056 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe

Windward Mall 808.235.1143
Saturday Dec 28 8:00AM-11:00AMAiea Hongwanji Mission

Annual Mochitsuki

The event will be held in the social hall and is open to the public. Come on by and bring the family, young and old, for hands-on experience in the Japanese tradition of mochi pounding with wooden mallets. Once the mochi is pounded and made soft, it will be available for hand shaping into “cakes” with or without “an” (red bean paste filling.)

Aiea Hongwanji Social Hall

99-186 Puakala Street, Aiea

Rev. Shawn Yagi 808.487.2626
Sunday Dec 29 6:00PM-7:30PMVoices of Aloha

Holiday Concert

Voices of Aloha presents it's annual holiday concert directed by Ms. Angie Bright. The performance is free and open to the public.

Kawaiaha'o Church

957 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu

Creig 808.256.1414
Sunday Dec 29 7:00PMInternational Brotherhood of Magicians Ring 185

The 8th Annual Hawaii Magic Festival

This year's HEADLINER "Dana Daniels” Dana Daniels is well known as a comedian magician and has been called one the funniest comedy magic acts working today. In fact, he was the very first magician to receive the Comedy Magician of the year award from the world famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, California.

Award-winning Magic & Variety acts from around the Islands appear in the 8th Annual event. Doors open at 6pm with strolling sleight of hand performers, Stage show at 7pm. First-come seating. (Suggestion: Have dinner or a snack prior to attending. No food allowed in theater.)

Admission: $15 General Admission. Free open parking / First-come seating. Tickets & Info: 224-5198

Kaimuki High School Auditorium

2705 Kaimuki Avenue, Honolulu

Mike Ching 808.836.1800



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