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DateDescriptionContact Info
Saturday Apr 19 7:00AM-11:00AMWailuku Hongwanji Mission

Yard Sale

Fundraiser for a new multi-purpose center.

Wailuku Hongwanji Mission grounds

1828 Vineyard St., Wailuku, Maui

Helen Tanaka 808.877.5711
Sunday Apr 20 3:00PM-5:00PMHawaii Kotohira Jinsha

Spring Thanksgiving Festival

All of life is a gift. Please join us in offering prayers of humility and gratitude to the wonderful gifts and blessings in our lives as well as within our community, environment, and world. 3:00 pm Ceremony followed by Scholarship presentation and dinner Open to the public.

Hawaii Kotohira Jinsha - Hawaii Dazaifu Tenmangu

1239 Olomea St., Honolulu

Bob Harada 808.841.4755
Monday Apr 28-Friday May 9Sumie Society of Hawaii, Inc.

12th Annual Sumi-e Exhibition

4/28:12pm-4pm

4/29-5/2, 5/5-5/8: 9am-4pm

5/9: 9am-2pm

Saturday's and Sunday's are closed. Admission is free.

Honolulu Hale Courtyard 1st Floor

City Hall 808.768.6622
Friday May 2 6:30PM-9:00PMJapanese Cultural Society of Maui

2014 Kickoff Event for Maui Matsuri Festival

The kickoff event will feature taiko performances, kendama demonstration, beautiful kimonos, karaoke, minyo (folk) dancing, a coloring contest, and more. The event will conclude with obon odori (bon dance) practice around the stage at approximately 8:30 p.m. Please call or visit the festival's website: www.mauimatsuri.com or Facebook page: www.facebook.com/mauimatsuri for more information.

Queen Ka'ahumanu Center

275 West Ka'ahumanu Ave., Kahului

Kay Fukumoto 808.283.9999
Saturday May 3 8:30AM-12:30PMHarris United Methodist Church

Rummage Sale

Gently used clothing, kitchenware, toys & books, white elephant & linens, and light refreshments at bargain prices. Proceeds to support Harris UMC Ministries.

Harris United Methodist Church

20 S. Vineyard Blvd., Honolulu

Mona Ray Kino 808.536.9602
Saturday May 3 12:00PM-5:30PMSenri Oe Tohoku

Tsunami Restoration Charity Concert

Best-selling Japanese jazz pianist to hold events in Honolulu to benefit children impacted by Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. Special guest performances by Japanese singer Junko Yagami and ukulele artist Herb Otah Jr. Major Japanese pop artist and jazz pianist Senri Oe will hold two benefit events in Honolulu on Saturday, May 3, 2014, in honor of the third anniversary of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. All proceeds will go to Rainbow For Japan Kids, a Hawaii non-profit that provides aid and support to children orphaned or negatively impacted by the earthquake and tsunami. Tickets can be purchased online at www.hawaiiseniorlife.org, and event inquiries can be emailed to the Senri Oe Tohoku Tsunami Restoration Fundraiser Project Office, senrioetsunami@gmail.com.

Diamond Head Private Residence

3027 Alapali Pl., Honolulu

Kazusa Flanagan 808.221.1865
Friday May 9 6:30PM-9:00PMJapanese Cultural Society of Maui

2014 Storytelling Event for Maui Matsuri Festival

The storytelling event will feature local storytellers who will share fables and stories of Hawaii and Japan, including obake (ghost) stories. Admission is free. Please call or visit the festival's website: www.mauimatsuri.com or Facebook page: www.facebook.com/mauimatsuri for more information.

University of Hawaii – Maui College Campus (Student Center in the Pilina Building)

310 Ka'ahumanu Ave., Kahului

Kay Fukumoto 808.283.9999
Saturday May 10 6:00PM-8:30PMThe Honolulu Chorale

48th Annual Spring Concert - Ono Music on a Mix Plate

Presenting Music of Hawai‘i, American Folksongs & Spirituals, Broadway and Vivaldi - with guest entertainer, Shari Lynn. Free admission.

Central Union Church

1660 South Beretania St., Honolulu

Terry Higashi 808.554.6269
Saturday May 10 8:00AM-2:00PMMililani Orchid Club, Inc.

Annual Mother's Day Plant Sale and Display

Annual Mother's Day Plant sale to include blooming orchid plants, gift baskets, country store and more.

Mililani Mauka Elementary School

95-1111 Makaikai St., Mililani

Gail Yamanaka 808.623.3437
Saturday May 10 9:00AM-1:00PMHawaii Kai Orchid Society

Mother's Day Display & Plant Sale

Don't forget your Mom! Come & buy a flowering plant/basket for her to enjoy.

Hawaii Kai Shopping Center

377 Keahole St., Honolulu

Albert Wong 808.262.2350
Saturday May 10 2:00PM-9:00PMJapanese Cultural Society of Maui

2014 Maui Matsuri Festival

The Maui Matsuri Festival will feature: Japanese and Okinawan cultural entertainment, food and craft booths, demonstrations and exhibits, cultural crafts for kids, manga and art contest, Cosplay (costume) and video-gaming contest, hanafuda/sakura contest, eating contests, kendama tournament, and obon odori (bon dancing). Admission is free. Please call or visit the festival's website: www.mauimatsuri.com or Facebook page: www.facebook.com/mauimatsuri for more information.

University of Hawaii – Maui College Campus (great lawn)

310 Ka'ahumanu Ave., Kahukui

Kay Fukumoto 808.283.9999
Saturday May 17 5:00PM-9:00PMKapi'olani Community College

4th Eisa Drum Festival

Celebration of Okinawan drumming with special guest performers from Okinawa. Food sales begin at 5 pm. Program is from 5 pm to 9 pm. Event is free and open to the public. Bring lawn chairs and enjoy an evening of music under the stars. For more information, visit pigsfromthesea.com.

Kapi'olani Community College Great Lawn

4303 Diamond Head Rd., Honolulu

Shari Tamashiro 808.734.9562
Friday May 23 5:00PM-8:00PMGood Shepherd Preschool

Family Fun Fair

Games, crafts, food, face painting, bouncer, balloons, shave ice and more! Free admission & open to the public; please join us!

Good Shepherd Preschool

638 N. Kuakini St., Honolulu

Corinne Uehara 808.533.3088
Saturday May 31 8:00PMTaiko Arts Center

Hanayui in Honolulu 2014

Hanayui is a song and dance group made up of Kodo members Chieko Kojima and YokoFujimoto joined by Okinawan dance expert Mitsue Kinjo, and Kodo’s premier odaiko player Yoshikazu Fujimoto. Taiko Arts Center is producing a concert in collaboration with Hanayui in Honolulu. Also featuring Grant Sandaa Murata Afuso Ryu Ongaki Kenkyu Choichi Kai and Taiko Center of the Pacific. Advance Tickets: $15-$25. Tickets at the door (one hour before showtime): $15-$30. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets available online at http://taikoarts.brownpapertickets.com

Orvis Auditorium, University of Hawaii at Manoa

2411 Dole St., Honolulu

Chizuko Endo 808.737.7236
Saturday May 31 & Sunday June1 Kikunobu Dance Co. Inc.

15th Nihon Buyo, Japanese Traditional Dance Concert

This 15th dance concert theme is "Honor & Perpetuation" through Nihon Buyo, Japanese Traditional Dance. Performing guest artists from Japan will be Onoe Bokusetsu, Onoe Kikunojo III, & Onoe Kikushiro. Tickets: etickethawaii.com/perform.html

May 31-7:30pm

June 1-2:00pm

University of Hawaii at Manoa Kennedy Theatre

1770 East West Rd.,Honolulu

Howard Asao 808.221.0407

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