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DateDescriptionContact Info
Mon-Sat, Till Oct 31 Various TimesArt, Music & Recreation Section

Hanaire of Sadou(Flower Vases of Tea Ceremony)

The hanaire (flower vase) with chabana (flowers) and ojiku (scroll) are prominently displayed in the alcove of a tea room. Each guest in a tea ceremony visits the alcove and respectfully views these tea utensils prior to the tea ceremony (sadou). As such, the hanaire plays a very important role in sadou. This exhibit of traditional hanaire is presented by Shofu Kai, a group of ceramists at the Hawai’i Potters’ Guild who have been studying together to learn about the artistry of utensils used in the Japanese tea ceremony, a cornerstone of Japanese culture.

This exhibit is available to view in the front lobby of the Library during regular library hours.

Hawaii State Library

478 S King Street, Honolulu

Roy Yamashiro 808.223.3818
October 17-31 During library hoursFilipino-American Historical Society of Hawaii

Sakadas and Soldiers: Hawaii’s Filipinos in World War I (NEW exhibit)

An exhibit honoring the U.S. Army and Navy service of Filipino plantation workers during World War I.

Aiea Public Library

99-374 Pohai Place, Aiea

Maribel Apuya 646.320.1964
Wednesday Oct 18 6:00PM-7:30PMBlue Zones Project - Hawaii

Healthy Cooking Class in Kaneohe

When healthy food tastes great, better food choices are irresistible. Sign up for Blue Zones Project Cooking Classes to learn how to prepare ono, plant-based recipes!

Cost: FREE, RSVP at http://info.bluezonesproject.com/ko/cooking

Kaneohe Library

45-829 Kamehameha Hwy., Kaneohe

Jenna Murphy 808.226.3066
Wednesday Oct 18 6:00PM-8:00PMAARP Hawaii

Evening With Frank Abagnale, Oahu

For over 40 years, Frank W. Abagnale (from the movie Catch me if you can) has advised the FBI on how to outsmart con artists. He is one of the world’s most respected authorities on forgery, embezzlement and secure documents. Now, he’s joined forces with the AARP Fraud Watch Network to help you learn how to spot and avoid scams so you can protect yourself and your family.

The event is free. His advice is invaluable.

Honolulu Japanese Cultural Center

2454 S Beretania Street, Honolulu

Jackie Boland 877.926.8300
Friday Oct 20 9:00AM-11:30AMKa Lima O Maui

Ka Lima O Maui's 6th Annual Job Fair

Job Fair Open to all abilities with over 30 employers on site! Mock intereviews, chances to win gift card at TJMaxx, interview clothes from Sears, free haircuts from International Beauty School. Safelink will be on site to offer free cell phones to persons who qualify.

Wailuku Community Center

395 Waena Street, Wailuku

Debbie Wanderscheid 808.244.5502
Friday Oct 20 5:00PM-8:30PMUH Manoa, College of Engineering

Holmescoming 2017

Engineering alumni are invited to join the College of Engineering on Friday, October 20 for the 10th Annual Holmescoming Celebration! This is a great opportunity to network and connect with your fellow alumni and professional peers as well as current faculty and students of the College of Engineering all while enjoying great food and entertainment.

Tickets range from $130-$1,500.

For more information, call (8808) 956-5112.

UH Manoa, Holmes Hall

2540 Dole St, Honolulu

Jean Imada 808.954.5112
Friday-Sunday October 20-22 Hawaii State Numismatic Association

HSNA 54th FREE Coin Show

The show will feature over 65 coin and stamp dealers from Hawaii and the Mainland, selling and buying coins, currency, stamps, postcards, Hawaiiana and other collectibles. The theme of this year’s coin show is the “70th Anniversary of the First Aloha Week Celebration - 1947-2017”. A commemorative coin featuring an Aloha Week 70th Anniversary design will be given away free at the door while supplies last.

Hourly prize drawings will be held during the 3-day Show, with special prize drawings for children 12 years of age and under. Coin and currency exhibits and coin collecting seminars will be featured at the show. Several exhibits will feature Aloha Week memorabilia.

Admission to the 54th Coin Show is free.

Friday, October 20, 12 PM – 6 PM

Saturday, October 21, 10 AM – 6 PM

Sunday, October 22, 10 AM – 5 PM

Hawaii Convention Center, Room 316

1801 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu

Joe Au-Franz 808.377.9377 Marion Kendrick 808.486.4766
Saturday Oct 21 9:00AM-2:00PMHaleiwa Jodo Mission YBA

Haleiwa Jodo Mission YBA Craft Fair

Annual YBA craft fair featuring crafts and other products. Hula and taiko performances throughout the day.

Haleiwa Jodo Mission

66-279 Haleiwa Rd # A, Haleiwa

Rev. Koji Ezaki 808.637.4382
Saturday Oct 21 9:30AM-11:00AMAARP Hawaii

The AARP Fraud Watch Network presents A Morning with Frank Abagnale-Maui

For over 40 years, Frank W. Abagnale (from the movie Catch me if you can) has advised the FBI on how to outsmart con artists. He is one of the world’s most respected authorities on forgery, embezzlement and secure documents. Now, he’s joined forces with the AARP Fraud Watch Network to help you learn how to spot and avoid scams so you can protect yourself and your family.

The event is free. His advice is invaluable.

King Kamehameha Golf Club, Waikapu Ballroom

2500 Honoapiilani Hwy, Wailuku

Jackie Boland 877.926.8300
Saturday Oct 21 10:30AM-12:30PMFilipino-American Historical Society of Hawaii

The Sakada Series (short documentary film)

Three short films capturing the personal stories and successes of the sakadas and of the Filipino-American second-generation. Sakadas are Filipino contract workers who immigrated to Hawaii between 1906-1946 to work as laborers for Hawaii’s sugar and pineapple plantations.

http://thesakadaseries.com | facebook: thesakadaseries

Aiea Public Library

99-374 Pohai Place, Aiea

Maribel Apuya 646.320.1964
Oct 22 - Nov 19 9:00AM-3:30PMHawaii Kotohira Jinsha - Hawaii Dazaifu Tenmangu

Shichi Go San Children's Festival

Donation for Blessing $60 (includes Blessing, Chitose-ame candy, omamori and gift). Complimentary kimono rental & dressing as part of our service to the community. (*Kimono rental and dressing is offered on weekends only.)

Reservations required (accepted from Sep 1, 2017) . Go to http://www.e-shrine.org/shichigosanjusanmairi.html for details and reservation forms. Please email or fax completed reservation form to kotohira@hawaiiantel.net or Fax no. 808-847-2033.

Hawaii Kotohira Jinsha - Hawaii Dazaifu Tenmangu

1239 Olomea Street, Honolulu

Hawaii Kotohira Jinsha - Hawaii Dazaifu Tenmangu 808.841.4755
Sunday Oct 22 4:00PM-6:00PMHawai'i Conference of Religions for Peace (HCRP)

Interfaith "Peace Prayer" Gathering

Interfaith gathering to enhance the understanding and communications among people with different faith traditions. Offering of Prayer, Music, and Hula. All are welcome!

Gedatsu Church of Hawaii

6095 Summer Street, Honolulu

Masago 808.395.9239
Thursday Oct 24 6:00PMAARP HI

AARP HI presents: A FREE screening of THE BEGUILED-Hilo

Free Screening of THE BEGUILED staring Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell. Registration is REQUIRED: Call 1-844-418-2281 or go to http://www.aarp.cvent.com/BEGUILEDHilo

Regal Prince Kuhio 9

111 East Puainaka Street, Hilo

Jackie Boland 844.418.2281
Wednesday Oct 25 10:00AM-2:00PMConsulate General of Japan

2018 The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program will begin its 2018 recruiting season with a series of Informational Meetings at various universities on Oahu and the Big Island.

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program offers young professionals the opportunity to work in Japan as Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) or Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs).

Since 1987, more than 60,000 JET Program participants from over 40 countries have lived and worked in cities, towns, and villages throughout Japan. Join JET and become part of this exclusive network of like-minded international enthusiasts!

To learn more, come and speak to a JET Program representative when they visit your campus!

Wednesday October 25, 10:00AM-2:00PM "Opportunities Fair" @UH West Oahu (Campus Center 208)

Hilo & Oahu

Consulate General of Japan 808.543.3111
Wednesday Oct 25 7:00PMAARP HI

Join AARP HI: A FREE screening of THE BEGUILED-Oahu

THE BEGUILED staring Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell. Registration is Required:Call 1-844-418-2281 or go to http://www.aarp.cvent.com/BEGUILEDHonolulu

Consolidated Theaters-Kahala 8

4211 Waialae Avenue, Honolulu

Jackie Boland 844.418.2281
October 26, 27, 28 10:00AM-4:30PMFriends of Hilo Public Library

Book Sale

Thousands of books are available at great prices. Hard cover books are $1 and paperbacks are available for 50 cents. Children's books are 3 for $1. There will also be hundreds of CD's, DVD's, VHS tapes and vinyl records at $1 to $2 each.

The sales hours will be Thursday, from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Friday, from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM, and Saturday, from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM.

Members of Friends of the Library can shop during the preview on Wednesday, October 25 from 5:00 to 6:30 P.M. Non-members may join at the door on preview night for $10.

All proceeds support programs at the Hilo Public Library and the Friends scholarship fund.

Hilo Public Library

300 Waianuenue Avenue, Hilo

Brad Clark 808.966.6626
Saturday Oct 28 7:30AM-12:00PMHonomu Henjoji Mission

Honomu Henjoji Mission - Annual Bazaar & Rummage Sale

Baked Goods, Produce, Maki Sushi, Nishime, Chili, Spam Musubi, Clothing, Household, Plants, Crafts, Books, Miscellaneous

Honomu Henjoji Mission

28-1668 Old Mamalahoa Hwy., Honomu

Bishop Clark Watanabe 808.963.6308
Saturday Oct 28 9:00AM-3:00PMHawaii/Pacific Basin Area Health Education Center

Teen Health Camp O'ahu at JABSOM

This free, one-day event will introduce students in grades 6-12, to workshops and interactive skill demonstrations presented by JABSOM medical students.

The main purpose of Teen Health Camp is to encourage students from economically and educationally disadvantaged backgrounds to pursue careers in healthcare.

Lunch is provided. We advise anyone with specific food allergies to bring their own lunch.

Dress code: comfortable and appropriate. Closed shoes required and short sleeves are preferred for cast workshop.

Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/Q8KQJX4S2x5CWtow1 Deadline: October 19, 2017

UH John A. Burns School of Medicine

651 Ilalo Street. Honolulu-Medical Education Building

Priscilla Mapelli 808.692.1065
Sunday Oct 29 9:30AMHonpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii

Queen Lili'uokalani Tribute, 100th Anniversary

Honoring and expressing gratitude to Queen Lili'uokalani for her kindness and love extended to the people of Hawaii including Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii.

Honpa Hongwanji Hawaii Betsuin

1727 Pali Hwy, Honolulu

Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii 808.522.9200
Friday Nov 3 8:30AM-1:00PMKuakini Health System

Kuakini Holiday Craft Fair and Bake Sale

Kuakini Health System's Holiday Craft Fair and Bake Sale will feature unique handcrafted items such as jewelry, clothing, stationery, household and kitchen items, accessories, decorations, crafts, magnets, bookmarks, holiday ornaments and more. There will also be baked goods such as cakes, cookies and other snacks for sale. The event is free and open to the public.

Hale Pulama Mau Auditorium

347 N. Kuakini Street, Honolulu

Maria Doctor 808.547.9168
Friday Nov 3 9:00AM-1:00PMNational Kidney Foundation of Hawaii

Kidney Early Detection Screening

Kidney Early Detection Screenings (KEDS) is a FREE health event with multi-station screenings where participants have their blood pressure tested, their height and weight measurements taken and blood glucose and urine tested. After testing, participants will have a one-on-one consultation with a medical professional to interpret their results.

41-253 Ilauhole Street, Waimanalo

Jennifer Hernandez 808.589.5903
Saturday Nov 4 7:30AM-11:00AMHilo Hooganji Mission

Hilo Hooganji Mission Garage Sale and Bazaar

Public is invited to the annual fundraising event. Funds will be used for repair and maintenance of the temple. Bento, sushi, andagi, baked goods, crafts, plants, big white elephant sale. See you there!

Hilo Hooganji Mission

457 Manono Street, Hilo (at the corner of Manono St. and Piilani St.)

Rev. S. Kuki 808.935.8331
Saturday Nov 4 8:00AM-11:00AMPearl City Hongwanji Buddhist Women's Assoc. (BWA)

Pearl City Hongwanji BWA Craft Fair

Sale of crafts, sushi & other homemade foods, pickled vegetables, baked goods, produce, plants & cut flowers, white elephant, and our latest cookbook Wisteria Delights II.

Pearl City Hongwanji Mission

858 Second Street, Pearl City

Joan Masaki 808.456.1663
Saturday Nov 4 9:00AM-1:00PMHarris United Methodist Church

Harris Church Bazaar

Fresh produce, pies, baked goods, used books, white elephant booths, toys, shave ice, sewing items, spam musubi, arts & crafts, silent auction, plants, and ono ono fried noodles.

Harris United Methodist Church

20 S. Vineyard Boulevard, Honolulu

Harris Bazaar 808.536.9602
Saturday Nov 4 6:00PM-10:30PMWahiawa Ryusenji Soto Mission

Ryusenji Fundraiser

An evening of music and dance. Featuring "LS34", a popular band that plays a wide variety of favorite nostalgic music. Guest appearance by Ryugen Taiko. Attendees can enjoy: A Mini Bon Dance, Door Prizes, Raffle Drawings and Delicious Pupus. Doors open at 5:30PM.

Presale tickets: $30. At the door: $35. Proceeds will provide for the operation of the temple.

Dot's in Wahiawa

140 Mango Street, Wahiawa

Rev. Shoryu Fukagawa 808.622.1429
November 4 & 5 9:00AM-4:00PMJapanese Cultural Center of Hawaii

Things Japanese Sale

The Things Japanese Sale includes everything from ceramic ware to hinamatsuri dolls. This is the event to pick up that hard to find item for your collection or something for that special someone this holiday season. All proceeds go to support the Cultural Center’s educational programs and activities. Free admission and free parking with validation during the Things Japanese Sale.

Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii

2454 S Beretania Street, Honolulu

Denise Park 808.945.7633
Sat. Nov 4 & 11 9:00AM-3:30PMUniversity of Hawaii Kimono Project USA

Kimono Dressing, Shichi-Go-San 2017

Traditional Kimono Dressing for children, 3 and 7 year old girls and 5 year old boys only. Adult men and women of all ages. Bring your camera!

APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED! Please contact 488-1154 for reservations.

Donations gratefully accepted for the University of Hawaii Kimono Project Foundation.

University Laboratory School

1776 University Avenue, Honolulu

Mutsuko N. McConnell 808.488.1154

 

 

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