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DateDescriptionContact Info
Friday July 31 7:00PM-10:00PMHilo Daijingu

1st Natsu Matsuri(Summer Festival) "Bon Dance"

All proceeds of this 1st time event will benefit Hilo Daijingu maintaining its grounds.

Hilo Daijingu Activity Center

10 Anela St., Hilo

Rev. Naohiro Hotta 808.959.8611
Friday July 31 & Saturday Aug 1 6:30PM-10:00PMPalolo Hongwanji

Bon Dance

Fukushima and Iwakuni ancers will be present at this event. Food booth opens at 6:30pm, service 7:00pm and dance 7:30pm.

Palolo Honganji

1641 Palolo Ave., Honolulu

Palolo Hongwanji 808.732.1491
Friday July 31Friday July 31 & Saturday Aug 1 6:45PMWailuku Hongwanji Mission

Obon

Please join Wailuku Hongwanji Mission's Hatsubon Service & Obon dance. Food concessions, children's games, baked goods, snacks and crafts will be available.

1828 Vineyard St., Wailuku

Reverend Shinkai Murakami 808.244.0406
Saturday Aug 1 7:00PMTaishoji Soto Mission

Bon Dance

A brief Zen Buddhist service will be followed by bon dance folksongs. Taiko show at 9pm. Open to the public using kimonos or happi-coats if possible.

275 Kino’ole St, Hilo

Walter Tachibana 808.959.9374
Thursday Aug 6 6:30PMThe Hiroshima / Nagasaki Commemoration Committee, the Japanese Cultural Society of Maui and the Maui Peace Education Foundation

The Nuclear Age at Seventy: The Human Heart versus Nuclear Weapons

The annual Maui commemoration of the 1945 Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombing on this the 70th anniversary takes place August 6. The keynote speaker is Dr. David Krieger, Founder and President of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation. Dr. Krieger is a global leader in the movement for nuclear disarmament. The event will also feature a Maui Taiko performance, Yosakoi dance, and music by Japanese and Micronesian musicians. The program is free and open to the public. Any donations received will go to the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation and to Maui Peace Education Foundation, both 501 (c) (3).

UH Maui College Pilina Building Multi-Purpose Room

Mele Stokesberry 808.878.8015
Friday Aug 21 & Saturday Aug 22Mililani Hongwanji Mission

Bon Dance

The public is invited to enjoy the festivities at the annual Mililani Hongwanji Bon Dance.

Friday Only: Lantern Parade at 6:45 pm

Friday and Saturday:

Craft Fair opens at 5:00 pm

Food Booth opens at 6:00 pm

Dancing from 7:00 pm to 10:30 pm

Mililani Hongwanji

95-257 Kaloapau St., Mililani

Reverend David Fujimoto 808.625.0925

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