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KIKU Community calendar is a listing of local community events in Hawaii provided by KIKU-TV as a community service for local non-profit, charitable organizations. Know of an event taking place in Hawaii? Click HERE to submit event.

DateDescriptionContact Info
Thursday May 25 12:30PM-1:30PMMokuyo Gosan Kai

Guest Speakers *Japanese version only

May 25: "What is Diplomacy?" by Mr. Ko Murabe (Consulate General of Japan)

Makiki Christian Church

829 Pensacola Street, Honolulu

Akira Shinmyo 808.341.3547
May 22 - Jun 16 9:00AM-12:00PMUniversity of Hawaii

Korean and Japanese Popular Music and Society course

A course on the developments in Japanese and Korean Society in the 20th century with emphasis on how history shaped popular music. Non-UH students welcome!

Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fri 9:00AM-noon

University of Hawaii at Manoa, Webster Hall 101.

2500 Campus Rd, Honolulu

Patrick Patterson 808.845.9417
Saturday May 27 5:30PMRotary Club of Kahala Sunrise

Murder Mystery Dinner

Join us for a night of intrigue, decit, bribery, and laughter as the Rotary Club of Kahala Sunrise (RoCKS) presents: A Murder Mystery Party. Where YOU help solve the mystery. Proceeds for the event go toward help funding our community service projects for the year!

Manoa Grand Ballroom

2454 S Beretania Street, 5th Floor, Honolulu

Brandon Suyeoka 808.695.2550
Thursday Jun 1 6:00PM-8:00PMMatanuska Valley FCU-Waipahu Community Office

All You Need to Know About Budget Basics

Matanuska Valley FCU presents a free budget basics workshop on June 1, 6pm-8pm at Royal Kunia Community Rec Center. Create a budget plan to pay debt, save and put yourself in the driver's seat to a better financial future!

Royal Kunia Community Rec Center

94-750 Anoki Street, Waipahu

Kirsten Fujitani 808.386.7323
Saturday Jun 3 7:00AM-11:00AMJoint Honohina - Honomu Hongwanji Mission

Summer Bazaar & Rummage Sale

Sushi, Baked Goods, Pickled Mango, Plants, Furniture, Tools, Kitchenware, Household Goods, Linens, Clothing, Books, CDs, DVDs, Yard / Material Shredder, & Misc. Hardware Goods. "Summer Bargins Galore".

Honomu Hongwanji Mission Temple Grounds

281658 Government Main Rd, Honomu

Robert Mento 808.964.5359
Saturday Jun 3 9:30AM-12:00PMAARP Hawaii

FREE Family Caregiver Workshop-KAUAI

Steps for successful Advance Care & Hospital Dischare Planning. FREE workshop, learn what to do from an expert (Dr. Laurel Coleman, Geriatric and Palliative Care Physician). Email:

Marriot Courtyard Kauai-Coconut Beach Paddle

650 Aleka Loop, Kapaa

Jackie Boland 808.545.6003
Saturday Jun 3 10:00AM-12:00PMHawaii Harmonica Society

20th Annual Harmonica Recital and Concert

The Hawaii Harmonica Society presents its 20th Annual Recital and Concert featuring the Hawaii Reed 21 Harmonica Band from the International Cultural and Friendship Association (ICFA) of Mililani, Hawaii and the Small World Harmonic Band from the Beretania Community Park Recreation Center in Honolulu, Hawaii performing with the TREMOLO harmonica and ensemble instruments. It's music by seniors for seniors. There is no admission charge and the public is welcome. Free parking at the Municipal Parking Structure at the corner of Alapai and Beretania Street.

Mission Memorial Hall Auditorium (City Hall Annex )

550 South King Street, Honolulu

Albert Kaopuiki 808.228.1740
Saturday Jun 3 5:30PMHawaii's Plantation Village

Hawaii's Plantation Village 27th O-Bon Celebration

Food booths open at 4:30 PM; Blessing at 5:30 PM; Dancing begins at 5:45 PM with performances by Waipahu Soto Mission, Hawaii Eisa Shinyuukai, Mililani Hongwanji, Hawaii Shin Kobukai, Iwakuni Dance Group, Aiea Taiheiji Yagura Gumi. Craft sales including happi coats and hachimaki. Proceeds go to funding programs.

Hawaii's Plantation Village

94-695 Waipahu Street, Waipahu

Mil Holliday 808.677.0110
Sunday Jun 4 9:00AM-2:00PMHawaii Kotohira Jinsha - Hawaii Dazaifu Tenmangu

Chinowa Blessing for People & Pets

Come celebrate all creatures at our annual Chinowa Blessing for People & Pets . Leashed or caged pets and people of all faiths are welcome for a complimentary blessing steeped in ancient tradition. Reservations are not required. Event is free and open to the public.

Hawaii Kotohira Jinsha- Hawaii Daziafu Temangu

1239 Olomea Street, Honolulu (next to Honolulu Ford)

Irene Takizawa 808.841.4755
Thursday Jun 8 7:30PMKikunobu Dance Co. Inc.

Kumi Odori Lecture-Demonstration

Hanashiro Seikichi, Nakandakari Tetsuya and Yamada Kazuko - all from Okinawa will present a lecture-demonstration on Kumi Odori, a traditional performing art of Okinawa.

The admission cost for the "Kumi Odori Lecture-Demonstration" event is Free.

UH Manoa - Orvis Auditorium

2411 Dole Street, Honolulu

Howard Asao 808.456.0830
Saturday Jun 10 11:00AM-12:00PMKe Kula Mele Hawai`i – Alan Akaka School of Hawaiian Music

Ke Kula Mele Hawai`i Spring Concert

Ke Kula Mele Hawai`i students, under the Direction of Kumu Alan Akaka, will perform songs with the theme of Ke Kai - the ocean, on steel guitar, ‘ukulele, guitar and Hawaiian style bass for this Spring Concert.

Windward Mall, Kaneohe

46-056 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe

Alan Akaka 808.375.9379
Saturday Jun 10 17:00PMHonomu Henjoji Mission

Honomu Henjoji Mission (Odaishisan) Bon Dance

5:00 pm Hatsu-Bon & O-Bon Service

7:00 pm O-Bon Dance

Honomu Odaishisan

28-1668 Old Mamalahoa Hwy, Honomu (Located on Highway 19, at the Akaka Falls turnoff)

Bishop Clark Watanabe 808.963.6308
Sunday Jun 11 9:30AM-12:30PMPacific Bonsai Club

Annual Bonsai Plant Fair

In addition to the plant fair, Pacific Bonsai Club members will display samples of their beautiful Bonsai. Free admission.

Kailua Recreation Center

4109 Kilauea Avenue, Honolulu

Wayne Kawamura 737-7156
Sunday Jun 11 11:00AM-4:00PMHawaii Institute For Music Enrichment and Learning Experiences (HIMELE)

Hawaiian Steel Guitar Festival at Windward Mall, Kaneohe, Oahu, HI

Featured are Hawaii’s top steel guitar masters, as well as Ke Kula Mele’s Next Generation steel guitar students. Free to the public.

Windward Mall, Kaneohe

46-056 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe

Alan Akaka 808.375.9379
Friday Jun 16 9:00AM-1:00PMHawaii United Okinawa Association

Senior Health & Fitness Fair

Free admission; Open to the public; Health, Safety, Financial and Cultural Booths; Educational & Wellness Workshops.

Hawaii Okinawa Center

94-587 Ukee Street, Waipahu

Karen Kuba-Hori 808.676.5400
Friday Jun 16 5:30PM-8:00PMBattleship Missouri Memorial

Picnic on the Pier MO Edition

Picnic on the Pier at sunset. Bring family, friends for a summer picnic with gorgeous views of Pearl Harbor. Enjoy live entertainment, food, and prizes for keiki.

Battleship Missouri Memorial

63 Cowpens Street, Honolulu

Jaclyn Hawse 808.455.1600
Friday Jun 16 6:30PMWailuku Jodo Mission

Wailuku Jodo Mission Obon

Chow fun, hot dog, andagi, shave ice, chili rice, cold drinks, and snacks will be available for purchase

6:30pm Service, 7:30pm Dance

Wailuku Jodo Mission

67 Central Avenue, Wailuku

Rev. John Hara 808.244.0066
Saturday Jun 17 6:30PMWailuku Shingon Mission

Wailuku Shingon Mission Obon

chow fun, shave ice, snacks will also be available for purchase

6:30pm Service, 8:00pm Dance

Wailuku Shingon Mission

1939 North Street, Wailuku

Rev. George Kitagawa 808.244.3800
Saturday Jun 17 7:00PM-10:00PMEwa Hongwanji Mission

Ewa Hongwanji Mission Bon Dance

The public is cordially invited to Ewa Hongwanji Mission's Bon Dance.

Food Booth opens at 5:30 pm with laulau plate, chicken plate, chili bowl, fried saimin, saimin, spam musubi, hot dog, kim chee pancakes, andagi, Kona ice, drinks, baked goods.

Admission is free! Please join us for an evening of joyful dancing to honor our ancestors.

Ewa Hongwanji Mission

91-1133 Renton Road, Ewa Town

Myra 808.542.1770




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